The International Association of Fire Fighters and Masimo Team Up on a New Global Campaign to Raise Awareness of Carbon Monoxide-Related Death and Injury Risks for Fire Fighters
... fighters about the duty-related dangers of carbon monoxide
(CO) and reducing known risk factors that ... term mortality among survivors of acute carbon monoxide
poisoning." Crit Care Med. 2009; 37(6): 1941-47. ... NB, et al: "Carboxyhemoglobin levels in carbon monoxide
poisoning: do they correlate with the clinical ...
Tiny levels of carbon monoxide damage fetal brain
... during pregnancy to miniscule levels of carbon monoxide
damages the cells of the fetal brain, resulting ... pregnant rats to 25 parts per million carbon monoxide
in the air, an exposure level established as safe ...
"We believe that the minute levels of carbon monoxide
in the mother rats' environment made their ...
FEMA Adds Masimo Rad-57(R) Pulse CO-Oximeter(TM) to Required Medical Equipment List
... Citing Need for Early and Accurate Carbon monoxide
Exposure Detection Following Disasters, Agency ... accurately and noninvasively detect carbon monoxide
(CO) poisoning on the scene of disaster recovery ... for successful mitigation and treatment of carbon monoxide
poisoning," stated Neil Hampson, MD, Medical ...
Replace Smoke and CO Alarm Batteries This Sunday for Daylight Saving Time
... consumers to replace their smoke alarm and carbon monoxide
(CO) alarm batteries this Sunday as clocks are ... by putting new batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide
alarms this weekend," said CPSC's Acting Chairman ... can alert you to a fire or poisonous carbon monoxide
in your home and give you valuable escape time." ...
United Kingdom House of Commons Safety Group Recommends Carbon Monoxide Screening by Pulse CO-Oximetry(TM) to Reduce Misdiagnosis and Prevent Deaths
... rate of detection and diagnosis of carbon monoxide
(CO) poisoning. 1 In addition, new evidence from ... Medical Professionals' Awareness of Carbon monoxide
Poisoning,' cites "increasing concern that little ... able to correctly diagnose the symptoms of carbon monoxide
and treat victims effectively," as the catalyst ...
When It's Cold Outside, Be Careful Inside With Heaters
... a home heating accident, such as a fire or carbon monoxide
The National Fire Protection ... to an increasing number of non-fire, carbon monoxide
incidents in recent years. Carbon monoxide
is an invisible, odorless, colorless but deadly ...
Small Doses of Carbon Monoxide Might Help Stroke Victims
... lethal gas, but small amounts of carbon monoxide
(CO) may help prevent brain damage after a ... team found that low amounts of inhaled carbon monoxide
reduced brain damage by as much as 62.2 percent ... Protection Agency has more about carbon monoxide
-- Robert ...
'Tis the Season for Carbon Monoxide
... No. 1 killer poison in the United States.
is a odorless and colorless gas which will kill ... monoxide
detectors. If you do not have a carbon monoxide
detector, install one on every
level of your ... room."
"In cases of severe carbon monoxide
poisoning, hyperbaric oxygen therapy
can be ...
Protect Your Family From 'The Silent Killer' This Winter
... Carbon monoxide
Awareness Week Begins Today
SACRAMENTO, Calif., ... /PRNewswire/ -- California's second annual
(CO) Awareness Week begins today and safety ... )
Odorless, colorless and tasteless, carbon monoxide
is often referred to
as the "Silent Killer," and ...
Scientists using laser light to detect potential diseases via breath samples, says new study
... much more reliably when carbonyl sulfide, carbon monoxide
and hydrogen peroxide are all detected ... trace signatures of gases like ammonia, carbon monoxide
and methane from the samples of volunteers. In one measurement, they detected carbon monoxide
in a student smoker that was five times higher ...
Routine screenings uncover hidden carbon monoxide poisoning
... Screening all emergency room patients for carbon monoxide
poisoning is a simple yet potentially life-saving ... were routinely screened for exposure to carbon monoxide
(CO), a highly toxic gas that can cause brain and ... especially during the winter months, when carbon monoxide
poisoning is most common, said lead author Selim ...
Activists Raise Alarm for Seniors, Deliver Carbon Monoxide Detectors to Atria Marland Place
... found in
violation of state law requiring carbon monoxide
detectors that would warn
residents and staff of ... of the Campaign delivered carbon monoxide
detectors to the facility
detectors can cost as little as $16 each. Atria ...
Hookah Smoking as Tough on Lungs as Cigarettes
... finds one-hour session produces as much carbon monoxide
as a pack of smokes
THURSDAY, Jan. 3 ... among college students -- packs the same carbon monoxide
punch as a pack-a-day cigarette habit, a new ... with charcoal.
Researchers monitored carbon monoxide
in the breath of the participants both before and ...
National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) Recommends Screening for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
... of Missing the Diagnosis of Carbon monoxide
IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 8 ... with any of the signs and symptoms of
poisoning or suspected exposure. In addition, the
organization is advocating enhanced carbon monoxide
training programs for
all EMS professionals to ...
Breaking Studies - Masimo's Technologies the Focus of Multiple Clinical Studies at Last Week's American Society of Anesthesiologists' Annual Meeting
... clinical diagnosis and treatment for carbon monoxide
Benzocaine-induced ... and found that 98 of the 429 acute
(CO) poisoning patients had methemoglobin (MetHb) ... in the
noninvasive measurement of carbon monoxide
and methemoglobin concentration
levels in the ...
Blood Test Catches Secret Smokers
... Levels of carbon monoxide
a giveaway, researcher says,,
MONDAY, ... whether someone is a smoker.
The blood carbon monoxide
detector could be used to ferret out people who ... tested an oximeter that also measures carbon monoxide
levels in the blood. It's typically used on ...
Nitrous gases and zinc in the crosshairs
... changes and new entries.
These include revised assessments of nitrogen monoxide
and nitrogen dioxide. These gases are produced during combustion processes ... are used in the industrial production of nitrites. Purest nitrogen monoxide
has many uses in medicine, including treating newborn babies with ...
Discover the Deadly Toxic Twins: Hydrogen Cyanide and Carbon Monoxide
... advanced 3-D visualizations to reveal how Hydrogen Cyanide and Carbon monoxide
work together to cause devastating effects on the human body. The program ... firefighter may walk off the scene of a fire but that does not mean carbon monoxide
and cyanide did not affect them. The toxins have devastating, cumulative ...
EPA Alerts Seniors to Carbon Monoxide Dangers
... 21 (HealthDay News) -- If you didn't know better, you could confuse carbon monoxide
(CO) poisoning with the flu.
That's why the U.S. Environmental ... The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has more about preventing carbon monoxide
-- Kevin McKeever
East Tennessee Firm Of Terry, Terry & Stapleton Launches Redesigned Web Site
... includes video library, pages on amusement park injuries and carbon monoxide
Morristown, TN (PRWEB) January 15, ... New content on amusement park injuries. A new page on carbon monoxide
poisoning. Added content on the risk of burn injures at home and work. ...
Journal CHEST: Nov. highlights
... daytime sleepiness and not merely a proxy for sleep apnea.
LEVELS MAY PINPOINT SLEEP APNEA SEVERITY
(CO) levels in a patient's blood may determine the severity of a patient's ...
Poor Indoor Air Quality Can Be Excellent Headache Trigger
... air quality issues that can be major headache triggers:
1. Carbon monoxide
exposure: When a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is not functioning properly, it can leak Carbon monoxide
in to the residence, which can cause headaches among other symptoms. ...
JCI table of contents: Nov. 21, 2007
EDITOR'S PICK: Opposing the (red) devils advocate: carbon monoxide
counteracts one side-effect of an anticancer drug
Doxorubicin (DOX) ... was recovered in DOX-treated rodents by either inhalation of carbon monoxide
(CO) or overexpression of the protein HO-1.
Mitochondrial biogenesis is ...
University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Complete System-Wide Conversion to Masimo SET Pulse Oximetry Technology
... of continuously and noninvasively measuring
(SpCO), methemoglobin (SpMet), and Pleth
Variability Index (PVI), in ... which, for the first time,
noninvasively monitors the level of carbon monoxide
and methemoglobin in
the blood, allowing early detection and treatment of ...
Cars Are No Place for Kids to Be Alone
... not even for a quick errand. Any number of things can go critically wrong in the blink of an eye."
Strangulation by power windows and carbon monoxide
poisoning are among the other leading causes of the 44 deaths and 105,000 injuries to children that occur on average in non-crash-related vehicle ...
FDA Accepts Final Section of NDA Filing for LUCASSIN(R)
... and Australia. INOmax is approved for marketing in Japan and Mexico. Ikaria is engaged in new and ongoing clinical development of INOmax, carbon monoxide
for inhalation and hydrogen sulfide. Ikaria also acquired the North American rights to terlipressin, which currently is under review by the FDA for ...
Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists Annual Conference Begins June 7 in Buffalo, NY
... disease and environmental and occupational health. Among these are studies that examine risks such as healthcare acquired infections and carbon monoxide
poisoning following storm-related power outages.
"Although our attention currently is focused on flu, other critical public health problems ...
To what extent can environmental pollutants and alcohol affect GI health?
... Air Pollution Surveillance were used to determine the hourly levels of ozone (O 3 ), nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ), sulphur dioxide (SO 2 ), carbon monoxide
(CO) and particulate matter of varying sizes (PM10 & PM2.5).
The investigators determined that nearly two-thirds of visits for NSAP were by ...
Turtle Island Oxygen Trust Sponsors Free Hyperbaric Treatments
... Stoller, MD, FACHM, is offering this service because most 3rd party payers refuse to reimburse for hyperbaric treatments unless a child has carbon monoxide
poisoning or decompression sickness. The access children have to innovative treatments when they need them is minimal. This is not unique to the ...
Pennsylvania DEP Releases Evaluation of Air Quality Program
... have reduced emissions of nitrogen oxides by 35,331 tons; volatile organic matter by 7,735 tons; particulate matter by 4,212 tons; and carbon monoxide
by 16,102 tons.
Ground-level ozone and fine particulate matter remain concerns in parts of the commonwealth. Ozone is a key component in smog ...
G & G Holistic Addiction Treatment Uses Innovative Use of Oxygen Therapy Which Restores Mind and Body in Drug Rehab
... works well with other treatments. HBOT is an accepted, reimbursable treatment for more than 15 different types of disorders ranging from carbon monoxide
poisoning to 'crush' injuries of the brain to diabetic wounds. HBOT is also used for many other conditions where it may or may not be reimbursable. ...
American Lung Association of Upper Midwest Offers Tips on Dealing With Floodwaters
... camping stoves and other devices to cook indoors. All of these produce a deadly odorless and colorless gas, carbon monoxide. Exposure to carbon monoxide
reduces the blood's ability to carry oxygen and can lead to death. To keep yourself and your family safe, remember the following advice:
Cleveland Clinic First To Perform Nephrectomy Completely Transvaginally
... on March 13. The procedure involved inserting a small, single channel 5 millimeter port in the belly button to inflate the abdomen with carbon monoxide
and thread a small scope, which visually assisted with the placement of the vaginal port. Then, the surgical team made a single incision in the ...
NSC Hosts National Poison Prevention Week News Conference, Tuesday, March 17
... and the future of poison centers
Alan Korn, Director of Public Policy and General Counsel, Safe Kids Worldwide, on the dangers of carbon monoxide
Deborah M. Fanning, Vice Chair of Poison Prevention Week Council, Executive Vice President, The Art and Creative Materials Institute, Inc.
City Kids May Breathe Easier in the Country
... functions were after just a few days of cleaner air."
Some of the problem pollutants in the air of industrialized countries are ozone, carbon monoxide
and benzene - all of which can trigger emergency room visits and hospitalizations of asthmatic children. "In addition, we have new data suggesting ...
Menthol Cigarettes the Most Addictive
... more addictive and deadlier to smokers, a new study says.
"We previously found that menthol cigarette smokers take in more nicotine and carbon monoxide
per cigarette. This study shows that menthol smokers also find it harder to quit, despite smoking fewer cigarettes per day," study author Kunal ...
How to Avoid a Holiday Trip to the ER
... or large rocks.
Clean all fireplaces and make sure all fireplaces, heaters and stoves have proper ventilation. Install and frequently check carbon monoxide
Don't overload your electrical outlets with decoration plugs. Doing so could start a fire or cause a serious electrical shock.
Cold Weather Could Spell Bad News for Older Residents in Illinois
... in a heated room; avoid fire hazards by having proper ventilation when using fireplaces, wood stoves, or space heaters. Functioning smoke and carbon monoxide
detectors should be installed.
In good health: Make sure older adults continue their exercise regimens, but avoid overly strenuous physical ...
Smokeout '08: The Perfect Time to Quit
... to quit -- and many benefits when you do:
20 minutes after quitting, your heart rate and blood pressure drop.
12 hours after quitting, carbon monoxide
levels in your blood drop to normal.
two weeks to three months after quitting, circulation improves and lung function increases.
one to nine ...
Thanksgiving Cooks Serve up a Side of Safety to Loved Ones
... where children cannot reach them. -- THE OVEN IS FOR THE TURKEY: Never use the oven to heat a room. It could pose a fire risk or carbon monoxide
poisoning hazard to your family. -- KEEP A FIRE EXINGUISHER ON HAND: Keep a multi-purpose fire extinguisher handy in the event of a ...