CO Epidemiology, Page 2, Dr. D. Penney
Unintentional Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Colorado, 1986 through 1991:
Fire-related CO Intoxication Deaths
Motor Vehicle Exhaust-related Deaths
Vehicle Exhaust, Non-fatal
The importance of furnaces and other home heating devices in carbon monoxide intoxication may be under-appreciated if only mortality data are examined.
Laboratories required to report COHb levels greater than 12%.
Division of Disease Control and Environmental Epidemiology, Colorado Department of Health, Denver.
Reference: Cook, M., P.A. Simon & R.E. Hoffman (1995) Unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning in Colorado, 1986 through 1991. Am. J. Public Health, 85, 988-990.
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