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Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide in Hotels

Carbon Monoxide Pool Heaters

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Symptoms

Delayed Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Damage

Winter Heart Attack Caused by Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Diagnosis of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Prevention of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Products which can Cause Carbon Monoxide Poisoning


Carbon Monoxide Lawsuits

Common causes of Carbon Monoxide poisoning include:

Furnaces/HVAC Units
Space Heaters
Air Crashes

Warehouse Workers
Propane Devices

PREVENTION: Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors can make a difference in your home. But if such devices are not properly maintained they won’t make a difference.

One of the most serious situations for carbon monoxide poisoning is in space heaters in apartments or hotel rooms. Stand alone heating units also include on the wall heating systems that you find in a high percentage of hotel rooms.

When in a hotel room with an older type system check to see if there is a carbon monoxide detector in the room. Travelling with a portable carbon monoxide detector is a good plan as only a few states have a law requiring CO detectors in hotels, and none in all rooms. Hotels

WARNING: Older ski resorts have a poor safety record for carbon monoxide poisoning so be particularly cautious when staying at ski resorts.

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Carbon monoxide poisoning should never occur. If it does, there is almost always a defective product, or a construction defect, involved.

In such case, there should be someone responsible for such defect.

In the case of a product like a furnace, a water heater, it is the either the design, manufacture of maintenance of that product.

Below are links to specifics on each such products.

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What should I do if I suspect CO in my home?

  • Leave the premises immediately.
  • Call 911 or Poison Control from your cellphone after you have left your house. Seek medical attention.
  • Call the fire department to test for CO, or call your fuel company or heating contractor for an emergency inspection.

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