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Hydrogen Cyanide Poisoning


Hydrogen Cyanide Poisoning

Facts associated with Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN)Poisoning .and smoke inhalation

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Latest Activity: Mar 8, 2012

Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN) poisoning is finially starting to get the recognition it deserves. HCN together with carbon monoxide can create a potentially lethal cocktail, while each deadly gas alone may be at sub IDLH levels. The focus of this group is inform firefighters of the facts associated with this highly lethal gas.

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Hydrogen Cyanide Information 13 Replies

Started by Mick Fischer. Last reply by Jetty Middelkoop Jun 8, 2011.

HCN medical information sheet 6 Replies

Started by Kevin Reilly. Last reply by Jetty Middelkoop Jul 15, 2008.

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