Latest Carbon monoxide poisoning Stories
Home Security Think Tank Protect America Advises Parents in Observance of National Child Injury Prevention Week Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 06, 2013
Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is a significant U.S. health problem, responsible for approximately 500 accidental deaths annually, and a risk of 18 percent to 35 percent for cognitive brain injury 1 year after poisoning.
Research calling for the use of a wearable computing system installed in a helmet to protect construction workers from carbon monoxide poisoning, a serious lethal threat in this industry, has garnered the Virginia Tech investigators a Best Paper Award from a prestigious scientific and engineering community.
Perfectly sized for smaller clinics and for use at home, this compact chamber allows occupants to enjoy freedom of movement for a pleasant, ergonomic and comfortable treatment, anytime, anywhere.
SimpliSafe Home Security releases a new Carbon Monoxide Detector, which uses time-weighted alarm technology to detect the presence of deadly CO gas long before it becomes a health hazard.
Portable electric generators retrofitted with off-the-shelf hardware by the University of Alabama (UA) emitted significantly lower levels of carbon monoxide (CO) exhaust.
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