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Doctor insights on: Alternative Treatments For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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Describe the features of carbon monoxide poisoning.?

Describe the features of carbon monoxide poisoning.?

Many: Carbon monoxide poisoning can cause headaches, blurry vision, fatigue and lightheadedness, and progress to alteration of conciousness rather quickly. You should have a carbon monoxide detector (with charged batteries!) in your house to determine if there are unsafe levels in your home. Please go to the er immediately if you suspect poisoning; they will check your blood and get treatment started. ...Read more

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Dr. Rashed Hasan
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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning (Definition)

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a condition in which a person has breathed in too much carbon monoxide, an odorless gas that comes from burning fossil fuels such as wood, ...Read more


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What are the real symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning?

What are the real symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning?

Anoxia: Carbon monoxide if inhaled, fits into the oxygen carrying site on hemoglobin even better than oxygen. This means your body will be deprived of this critical element. It is as if a tourniquet were applied around your neck. You will appear bright red but since the redness is from the wrong chemical, your cells will die due to oxygen lack. This is an extreme emergency. ...Read more

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Please tell me what are effects of carbon monoxide poisoning?

Please tell me what are effects of carbon monoxide poisoning?

Exposure: Carbon monoxide has a stronger affinity (bonding) to the red cells hemoglobin molecule than oxygen, so the presence of increased levels of carbon monoxide in air can gradually displace the oxygen.As it circulates in the blood, the hemoglobin is not carrying useful oxygen, so the cells starve and the poisoning occurs.Cell death can occur if oxygen does not return in time. ...Read more

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What are the best home remedies for carbon monoxide poisoning?

CO poisoning: Carbon monoxide (co) poisoning is a serious problem with acute and long-term complications. If there any suspicion that you may have co poisoning you need to get to a hospital immediately and get the proper treatment. Do not waste time with home "remedies" because time is off the essence. Of course getting out and away from the source of co to get fresh air (oxygen) is the immediate best response. ...Read more

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Is it possible to be saved from carbon monoxide poisoning?

Just a few caveats: Best to avoid contact with carbon monoxide. All homes should have detectors, they are cheap and work well. Beware of some older cars, as exhaust systems may leak and enter vehicle especially in wintertime. At high altitude, always risk with inside fires, especially cooking with charcoal. Signs of early exposure include headaches, dizziness, and cherry red coloration at tips of fingers. ...Read more

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What should you do if you suspect someone of having carbon monoxide poisoning?

Immediate fresh air: If you suspect someone has been exposed to carbon monoxide, immediately get them to fresh air by taking them outside (best) or opening all doors and windows (fair). Also call 9-1-1 as this is an emergency and will likely require supplemental oxygen. ...Read more

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What to do if carbon monoxide poisoning?

CO poisoning: Remove person from the source of exposure, give oxygen, treat other symptoms according to severity. For example seizures, acidosis, heart abnormalities, low blood pressure, all done in hospital. ...Read more

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Please help! I have carbon monoxide poisoning?

Call 911 or have : someone take you to a hospital ER ASAP for treatment. ...Read more

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