일산화탄소 위해에 관한 연구 제1편 호흡분석에 의한 HbCO 포화도의 실험적추정
Studies on Carbon Monoxide Hazards. Part I : Experimental estimation of carboxyhemoglobin by the analysis of expiration air

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서울대학교 의과대학
Seoul J Med 1964;5(2):83-86
The deleterious effects of carbon monoxide on the
human body have long been known. Recently increasing
incidences of carbon monoxide poisoning since
the wide-spread uses of the briquette have been a
serious problems on the view point of the public
health in this country. The necessity of the devolopment
of a rapid, accurate method of screening human
subjeects for possible carbon monoxide poisoning
cann't too overevaluted. The author undertook the
confirmative experiment on the method of estimating
bloodHb-CO contents by expired air analysis and
discussed the appilcability of this method for the large
scale survey work.
For the CO analysis of expired air the carbon monoxide
detecting tube (made in Korea) was used. 12
subjects were asked to breathe a mixture of CO to
build up a measurable CO concentration. Consumption
of the gas mixture (approximately 400 ppm) ranged
from 95 to 100 liters. The collection of the expired
air was made by such a way in which each subject
was asked to hold his inhaled breath for 15 seconds
before inflating the soft rubber balloon. Then the
open end of the CO indicating tube inserted into the
rubber stopper attached to syringe which drawed 50
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 05 No.2 (1964)
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