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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning:


Sources of CO in the Recent Literature:

  • Gasoline-powered generators during/following disasters - Daley et al., 2000, J. Emerg. Med., 18, 87-93.

  • Boat, in open air, child poisoning - Easley, 2000, Southern Med. J., 93, 430-432.

  • Monster truck shows, indoors - Levesque et al., 2000, J. Expo. Anal. Environ. Epidemiol., 10, 58-65.

  • Mass CO poisoning, U.K. - McGuffie et al., 2000, J. Accid. Emerg.Med., 17, 38-39.

  • Welding fumes - Saito et al., 2000, Industr. Health, 38, 69-78.

  • Automobiles in suicides, Australia - Thacore & Varma, 2000, Crisis, 21, 26-30.

  • Explosives, detonation - Auger et al., 1999, Environ. Health Perspect., 107, 603-605.

  • Desflurane anesthesia, surgery - Berry et al., 1999, Anesthesiology, 90, 613-616.

  • Inside Air Quality (IAQ) in commercial aircraft - Lee et al., 1999, Indoor Air, 9, 180-187.

  • Heating oil & furnaces - Drescher et al., 1999, Ann. Emerg. Med., 33, 406-408.

  • Drivers in automobiles - Jovanovic et al., 1999, Vojnosanit. Pregl., 56, 587-592.

  • Explosives, death - Decker et al., 1999, Appl. Occup. Environ. Hyg., 14, 7-14.




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