turpentine poisoning(redirected from terebinthinism)
Symptoms include a warm or burning sensation in the esophagus and stomach, followed by cramping, vomiting, and diarrhea. Pulse and respiration become weak, slow, and irregular. Irritation of the urinary tract and central nervous system resembles alcoholic intoxication.
The airway should be secured and breathing assessed. Other therapies are supportive (intravenous fluids, oxygen, etc.).