CINCINNATI (WXIX) – At-home COVID-19 test kits could contain a harmful, toxic substance, according to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
The Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center is reporting an uptick in accidental exposures to a possibly toxic substance in at-home COVID-19 test kits, Children’s Hospital announced in a blog on its website.
Poison control centers nationwide report the same finding.
This comes as more than 50 million households recently received free at-home COVID-19 tests from the federal government, according to the White House COVID-19 response team’s senior adviser, Dr. Tom Inglesby.
The substance that is a concern is called the reagent liquid.
It is used to trigger the chemical reaction that detects the presence of coronavirus.
The ingredient of worry in this liquid is a chemical called sodium azide, which is used as a preservative in these kits,” Children’s blog says.
“The most common calls to poison centers have been about children exploring their environment and finding the small bottle containing reagent liquid and putting it in their mouth or spilling it on themselves.
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