Public interest in the health impacts of carbon monoxide (CO) has been increasing rapidly during the past decade. And rightly so: it is the most ubiquitous environmental poison. Car exhaust fumes, furnaces, gas-powered engines, home water heaters, smoke from all types of fire, and tobacco smoke all contribute to carbon monoxide intoxication - the l

chapter 1|18 pages

History of Carbon Monoxide Toxicology

chapter 3|22 pages

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

chapter 17|12 pages

Low-Level Carbon Monoxide and Human Health

chapter 18|26 pages

Chronic Carbon Monoxide Poisoning