CO Toxicity in the Critically Ill Patient

February 18, 2019 00:26:27
CO Toxicity in the Critically Ill Patient
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
CO Toxicity in the Critically Ill Patient

Feb 18 2019 | 00:26:27

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Show Notes

As bitter cold temperatures grip the Northeast, many struggle to stay warm and often resort to nontraditional methods of heating.  As a result, there has been an increase in the number of cases of CO toxicity.  In this episode, we cover what you NEED to know about diagnosing and managing the critically ill patient with CO exposure.

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