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As a reference book for internists and a manual for industrial physicians, this book serves an excellent purpose. Carbon monoxide poisoning is frequent and as an acute emergency calls on the physician for prompt action based on accurate knowledge. Its sequelae are highly varied.
Few subjects have been better elucidated by research, and though many phases are still obscure, the physiologic and biochemical aspects, when presented as clearly as in this book, give to the reader a satisfying sense of complete understanding.
The monograph is written from a practical point of view and includes thorough discussion of the sources of
Carbon Monoxide Asphyxia.. Ann Intern Med. 1940;14:537. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-14-3-537_1
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