First Aid/drinking ditergent


my wife drank ETA(indian detergent soap)detergent water a glass fully,after few minutes she threw up all water and she went 1 time for motion,the problem is she has severe stomach pain which she can't stand for,i took her to a doctor,he gave some medicines which are not working,so please help me

Hello Rambabu,

I'm not familiar with ETA detergent. I did attempt to search for any links that would give me some thought of how to treat an ingestion but haven't found anything useful. In the United States any company that makes a chemical product must supply an MSDS (material safety data sheet), I was hoping to find one on line for the Kishoresons company but no luck. Because of the vast formulation of detergent products it's impossible to tell you what to do or not to do to treat your wife's symptoms. I have attached the companies contact info below, hopefully they can give you a better idea of what to to to comfort her.

Contact Information
Phone000-000-91-40-24612128 / 24612127
Address Line115-9-469,MAHBOOB GUNJ
Zip/Postal Code500012

Good luckm I hope your wife feels better soon.


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I am available to answer most questions related to: first aid, pre- hospital medicine, EMT and Paramedic questions, medical transport, critical care transport, ICU/CCU care, sedation, and medicine in general.


I have worked as a NYS Paramedic since 1993 for both community based ambulance companies and large commercial agencies. I Have experience as bike team commander, and shift supervisor for a commercial ambulance. As a member of the Disaster team I was deployed to Louisiana for 20 days following hurricane Katrina. I worked along side the county Haz-Mat team as a "Tox-Medic" with advanced training in treating injuries from chemical agents. Besides my experience on the on the ambulance I have worked in a number of hospital based offices including dialysis and a sleep lab.

I started my EMS career as a NYS CFR (Certified First Responder)in 1989, an EMT in 1991, a Paramedic since 1993, and a CCU transport paramedic since 2005. I currently hold certification as a: NYS Paramedic, Critical Care Transport Paramedic, ACLS/CPR/PALS certified. Advanced Haz-Mat Life Support certified (AHLS). In the past I have taught CPR and ACLS to my coworkers and the local community.

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