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Ep-27 carbon monoxide poisoning is sometimes mistakenly identified as what?

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Cynthia Baker on March 1, 2019

Carbon monoxide poisoning is sometimes mistakenly identified like the flu, seasickness or alcohol intoxication. People often overlook the the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning because they are very similar to non-serious diseases or conditions. The symptoms are nausea, fatigue, dizziness, difficulty of breath, vomiting, confusion, loss of muscle coordination, and unconsciousness.


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