October 8, 2019
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In This Issue: Carbon Monoxide Incidents, IL Masonic Temple Burns…

Firefighters may respond frequently to carbon monoxide-related calls, but a sense of complacency about these incidents could have disastrous results. Robert Bohrer presents an overview of carbon monoxide and dealing with patients affected by it.

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