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New Central Hotline for US Poison Control Centers

Americans for the first time can use a single toll-free telephone number to 
reach a poison control center anywhere in the nation, officials announced 
January 30.

Officials launched the national hotline, 1-800-222-1222, and applauded it 
as an overdue coordination of the country's 65 separately-run poison 
centers. Callers dialing the number will be automatically linked to the 
closest poison center.

The nation's first poison center opened in 1953, and subsequent centers 
have opened on an independent basis. "Until now... nationwide poison 
prevention education was hindered by the very structure by which poison 
centers evolved," said Dr. Alan D. Woolf, the president of the American 
Association of Poison Control Centers.

"This country's 65 centers had more than 130 individual and separate 
telephone numbers," he said.

The new number is part of a $21.2 million federal effort to update poison 
control centers across the country. Centers field calls on approximately 
2.2 million suspected poisonings per year, mostly involving young children. 
About 75% of all poisonings can be safely handled at home with the help of 
a poison center aide, though 700 to 800 calls to centers per year end in 
fatalities, Woolf said.

Rep. Edolphus Towns (D-NY) said that the new national hotline would "help 
save lives and prevent costly trips to emergency rooms." Towns crafted the 
House legislation that led to congressional approval of the centers' new money.

Half of all calls to poison centers involve preschool-age children, though 
calls involving adults or elderly persons tend to be more serious. 
Officials said that they would accompany their new national phone number 
with a print and radio-based education campaign urging children to avoid 
household poisons and urging parents to post poison control numbers near 
their phones.

Household cleaners and chemicals make up the bulk of poisonous substances 
in homes, though perfumes, medications, and spider and animal bites can 
also lead to poisoning.

Members of the public can obtain stickers, magnets, and other promotional 
materials by calling the toll-free number, Woolf said.


Meanwhile, about one third of all centers will keep using the decades-old 
green "Mr. Yuck" symbols to warn children about dangerous poisons in the home.

"Centers that use Yuck are continuing to use Yuck," said Toby Litovitz, 
national director of the American Association of Poison Control Centers.

Reuters Washington January 30, 2002

 


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