Documented health effects of carbon monoxide focus primarily on the neurological and cardiovascular systems. Neurological symptoms such as fatigue, headache, confusion, and dizziness, especially when associated with a particular location, are key signs of a possible CO exposure. At high doses CO exposure results in loss of consciousness, coma, neuropsychiatric and behavioral impairment, and death ( Raub, Mathieu-Nolf, Hampson, & Thom, 2000 ). In the long term, carbon monoxide poisoning results in neuropsychiatric impairment which often manifests as impaired judgment, poor concentration, memory loss, and impaired cognition ( Raub, Mathieu-Nolf, Hampson, & Thom ).
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