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Effects of carbon monoxide and ammonia on a person wearing protective clothing


, : Effects of carbon monoxide and ammonia on a person wearing protective clothing. Kosmicheskaia Biologiia i Aviakosmicheskaia Meditsina 22(5): 72-76

Experiments were performed to study the effect of carbon monoxide and ammonia on man wearing a protective suit. It was found that hypobaric oxygenation produced a modifying effect on the level of intoxication with these compounds. It is recommended to take into consideration specific environmental effects when standardizing concentrations of toxic components inside individual protection systems.

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