• Carboxyhemoglobin LevelsGeneral Gas Education

    Carboxyhemoglobin Level Chart
    The carboxyhemoglobin level is a measure of the amount of  Carbon Monoxide which has been absorbed into the blood stream. The chart converts the amount of Carbon Monoxide measured in the exhaled breath to the percentage carboxyhemoglobin level in the blood. The UL 2034 level (10% carboxyhemoglobin) depicted on the chart shows the average carboxyhemoglobin concentration after a fifteen minute exposure to 400 ppm Carbon Monoxide. At this exposure level, the average person will begin to experience the symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.

    Carboxyhemoglobin Level PDF

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