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TAF Prev Med Bull. 2009; 8(4): 351-356


Carbonmonoxide Poisoning

Hüseyin Şen, Sezai Özkan.

Abstract
An odorless, colorless, tasteless, non-irritant properties as a gas carbon monoxide (CO) is common cause of intoxications in daily life. CO intoxication diagnosis depends on suspicious anamnesis. Carbon monoxide intoxication treatment basis is oxygen supply. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment should be started in first 24 hours. And after diagnosis of carbon monoxide intoxication patient should be transfered to the center as possible as where hyperbaric oxygen treatment is avaible.

Key words: Carbonmonoxide, poisoning, hyperbaric oxygene treatment.



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