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References

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(2)   Paul Heckerling, American Journal of Emergency Medicine Volume 5, Number 3, May 1987

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(4) Michael Dolan, MD, Canadian Med Assoc. Journal, Vol 133, September I, 1985

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[Federal Register Volume 75, Number 19 (Friday, January 29, 2010)] EPA, Integrated Science Assessment for Carbon Monoxide (Final Report) The EPA 2010for CO has gathered specific data on the very low-level cumulative effects of second-hand smoke.

(9) Lara A. Gundel, Michael G. Apte and Albert R. Nematollahi, Carbon Monoxide Detector; “Technology Comparison: Report to Various Gases” Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Report LBNL-40556 July 1998

(10) Graph from Underwriters Laboratory Standard UL2034. This UL 2034 standard is available from UL for a fee. 

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(12) Sebastian Moffet, “Backdrafting Woes”, Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Progressive Builder, November 1986.

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(14) CDC. Carbon monoxide poisonings associated with snow-obstructed vehicle exhaust systems -- Philadelphia and New York City, January 1996. MMWR 1996;45:1.

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(18) COSHA Report: The Cost of Unintentional Deaths and Injuries from Carbon Monoxide Poisonings in the USA, La Jolla, California, The Carbon Monoxide Safety and Health Association, 1997.

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(21) CDC. Unintentional Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Following a Winter Storm, Washington, January 1993. MMWR 1993;42:109 11.

(22) Ed Krenzelok, PharmD.  Krenzelok is currently the Director of the Pittsburgh Poison Center at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and the Director of the Schools of Pharmacy & Medicine, University of Pittsburgh (July2000 private communication).

(23) “Air Quality Criteria for Carbon Monoxide” June 2000 (EPA 600/P-99/001F).

(24) William B. Helfman, MD, Lara A. Gundel and, Michael G. Apte, "CO Detectors How Selective Are They?” Security Magazine September 1997.

(25) COSHA Report: The Cost of Unintentional Deaths and Injuries from Carbon Monoxide Poisonings in the USA, La Jolla, California, Carbon Monoxide Safety

and Health Association, 1997.

(26) “Air Quality Criteria for Carbon Monoxide” June 2000 (EPA 600/P- 99/001F).

(27) GRI (GTI) CO Alarm Reliability: Field Experiments, Laboratory Testing and Certification Standards, Presented at 2001 ASHRAE Winter Meeting, Atlanta, GA.