HC Deb 22 July 1980 vol 989 c645W
Mr. David Young

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what evidence is available of any medical complications suffered by elderly people who inadvertently inhale a medical pain-killing spray used to relieve pain in the chest or neck or other part of the anatomy near the nose.

Sir George Young

I am aware of no evidence of adverse effects attributable to the accidental inhalation of analgesic spray which may occur during normal use by persons of any age.