Re: CO exposure in my office causing cognitive damage
Posted by v on 10/11/04
Thank you Mary for the help on bailing me out of that one. I wasn't sure about it. Same deal with hair, as with blood?
On 10/11/04, mary wrote:
> Carol:Here is a direct link to the NIOSH criteria document. Old(1972) but LOTS of relevant info.http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/73-11000.htmlBest Regards,maryOn 10/07/04, Carol E Skog wrote: > Co was measured at 192PPM with a cracked heat exchanger > with rusted sieve holes, incomplete combusiton, sooty, mis > firing, and a bees nest in the air flue. I have cognitive > damage as I sat 6' from teh HVAC. The HVAC said in his > deposition that he measured CO in the 190's but that he > lost his instrument and didn't know if the reading was > correct as he wasn't sure that he calibrated it. He did npt > phone the Fire Dept and I have now learned that 35ppm is > action level for them to be called. I di not go to the HSPT > but went home and slept. I phoned my DR 2 days later and he > said it was too late for a blood test. CAn anyone help?
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