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'Normal' Carboxyhemoglobin Levels of Blood Donors in the United States.
Effect of Carbon Monoxide on Time Perception.
Effects of low level carbon monoxide exposure : blood lipids and coagulation parameters /
Exposure of Humans to Carbon Monoxide Combined with Ingestion of Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride or Phenacetin.
Exposure of Humans to Carbon Monoxide Combined with Ingestion of Ethyl Alcohol and the Comparison of Human Performance When Exposed for Varying Periods of Time to Carbon Monoxide.
Guides for short-term exposures of the public to air pollutants : VI, guide for carbon monoxide /
Interactive Effects of Carbon Monoxide and Alcohol on Driving Skills.
Lack of Effects of Carbon Monoxide on Human Vigilance.
Myoglobin in Carbon Monoxide Intoxication of the Body (Mioglobin pri Otruenni Organizmu Okisom Vugletsyu).
Physiological Adaptations to Carbon Monoxide Levels and Exercise in Normal Men.
Predicting the Carboxyhemoglobin Levels Resulting from Carbon Monoxide Exposures.
Relationship Between Ambient Carbon Monoxide Levels, Postmortem Carboxyhemoglobin, Sudden Death and Myocardial Infarction.
Research Study to Determine the Range of Carboxyhemoglobin in Various Segments of the American Population.
Study of the Effects of Low Levels of Carbon Monoxide Upon Humans Performing Driving Tasks.
Study of the Relationship Between Carboxyhemoglobin on Admission to the Subsequent Hospital Course of Patients Admitted to the Myocardial Infarction Research Unit at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Summary Results of Research Directed Toward Eliciting Effects of Exposure to Carbon Monoxide on the Spontaneous Electroencephalogram and Visual Evoked Cortical Electrical Activity.
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