Lab researchers create possible antidote for carbon monoxide poisoning
from Bonner County Daily Bee
Sage Wiener, M.D., has taken care of dozens of people with carbon monoxide poisoning as an emergency medicine doctor in Brooklyn. He’s relied on oxygen to alleviate the headaches, dizziness, vomiting and other symptoms — a strategy that hasn’t changed much in recent decades. But Wiener is heartened by new research that shows a protein might help people expel the poison and recover faster, mitigating potential damage to the heart, kidneys and other organs.
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