The two-year-old was treated at Good Hope Hospital in Sutton Coldfield when she vomited after picking up a cartridge containing the chemical and putting it in her mouth.
The Doctor who treated her is now calling for more legislation around the safety of e-cigarettes.
In the worst case scenario it could kill a very small child who ingests the substance. Two or three drops are enough to cause palpitations, vomiting, dizziness and high blood pressure. It is the screw-cap type which are dangerous and the risk has grown because there are so many products like this being developed by companies." – DR SANJAY GUPTA
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