<< Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Children: Diagnosis And Management In The Emergency Department


Generally, patients may be safely discharged from the hospital when they are asymptomatic and their COHb level is < 5%. Emergency clinicians should assure that patients have a safe place to go and that they do not to return to the site of the exposure until the source has been identified and it has been deemed safe by the fire department.

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