Large Amounts of Carbon Monixide: What are the effects on humans?

Hartwig Kuehbauch cabku01 at mailserv.zdv.uni-tuebingen.de
Mon Feb 8 05:13:51 EST 1993


In <C235vE.3tI at world.std.com> jpinnow at world.std.com (John S Pinnow) writes:

>I am wondering if anyone has any specific information on the effects of large
>carbon monoxide exposer that doesn't lead to death.

>Knowing the permanant damage it causes would help too.

>Is there any treatment for the effects besides removing the cause?


One of the really bad side effects can be the 'morbus parkinson'!
The rest of the effects can easily be blamed on the lack of oxygen, if you're
exposed to CO for longer times.

Hartwig


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