You should go to the emergency clinic.

  • Be aware that the response varies depending on what was ingested.
  • For the items in red, do not induce vomiting!
  • If the ingested item is not listed below, go to the next page.
Kerosene Benzene Lighter fluid
Home bleach Nail polish remover Bath tub cleaner
Sunscreen cosmetics Perfume Furniture polish
Alkaline battery Tobacco Oil-based ink
Oil paint Poster color Watercolor paint for professionals
Hair tonic Hair liquid Hair rinse
For any sharp items such as bottles or broken glass, or things you cannot judge, you should hurry and go to the hospital without your child vomiting.
Click here for nursing points other than the above.
If accidental ingestion does pertain to items on this page, then go to the next page.

Telephone consultation service in case of accidental ingestion / Poisoning 110 phone service

  • This service is for the general public and is free of charge.
    • ▶Osaka Poisoning 110 (365 days, 24 hours)


    • ▶Tsukuba Poisoning 110 (365 days, 9 am to 9 pm)


    • ▶Tobacco-specific Hotline (365 days, 24 hours)

      072-726-9922 *Information provided to the general public through recordings

Preparing to go to the emergency clinic

Let’s prepare the items you will take to the hospital

  • □ Health insurance card
  • □ Medical expenses deduction certificate (infant)
  • □ Maternal and Child Handbook
  • □ Medication Handbook
  • □ Body temperature tracking notes
  • □ Change of clothes, diapers
  • □ Money

Let’s be careful when going to the hospital

  • 1. Check sources of fire before leaving home!
  • 2. Don't forget to close your door!
  • 3. Watch out for traffic accidents!

At your visit, let your doctor know

  • “What” did your child drink and “how much”?
  • Did your child vomit? If so, how many times?

    * In a container, store some of the vomit, and take it with you when you visit the hospital.

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