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A) Monitor vital signs and mental status.
B) After a significant ingestion, monitor serial CBC, serum electrolytes, renal function, liver enzymes, lactate, base deficit, INR, and type and crossmatch for blood.
C) Monitor urinalysis and urine output.
D) Monitor for evidence of GI bleeding or perforation, or increasing abdominal pain.
E) Arrange for early (within 12 hours) endoscopic evaluation after ingestion.
F) Monitor pulse oximetry and monitor for respiratory distress.
G) Obtain a chest radiograph in patients with respiratory symptoms.
H) After eye exposure, test the pH of the cul-de-sac, evaluate visual acuity and perform a slit lamp exam.
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