Gloria H Lewis, William Clarke, Author at Clinical Advisor

Gloria H Lewis, William Clarke

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Toxicity Associated with Carbon Monoxide

At a Glance Carbon monoxide gas is odorless, tasteless, colorless, and nonirritating. The product of incomplete combustion of carbonaceous material, carbon monoxide is most commonly found in cigarette smoke, automobile exhaust, and improperly ventilated home heating units. Endogenous carbon monoxide is produced in the metabolic conversion of heme to biliverdin, thus, it increases in cases…

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