may contain a trace impurity of a poisonous gas formed during its manufacture.
Lastly, smoke can act as a simple asphyxiant
, as it displaces normal air and oxygen levels.
The thoracic asphyxiant
dystrophy and renal disease.
queueing at the steel door to the brutal asphyxiant
Initial customers have included many breweries and wineries, where the recognition of carbon dioxide as a toxic threat rather than just a potential asphyxiant
Suggestions: If respirator hose couplings can be connected to a source that may contain nitrogen, argon or another asphyxiant
, a fatality could result.
Because of his stated symptoms, myiasis was suspected, and symptomatic treatment was started, consisting of antihistamines, nasal anticongestants, cough suppressants, and asphyxiant
2] difference suggests poor extraction of oxygen by the tissues and is consistent with the presence of a cellular asphyxiant
The gas is an asphyxiant
, and can kill if it is breathed in when there is a fairly high concentration of it around.
Ms Julie Mason, spokeswoman for the plant's owners and operators British Energy, said the alarm was raised when higher than normal levels of carbon dioxide, which is an asphyxiant
, were detected by safety devices in the basement.
An odorless, colorless chemical asphyxiant
, it is both toxic and flammable.
La brique a bouffe les terres agricoles, asphyxiant
les poumons verts de la ville.
2] is a colorless, odorless gas and a simple asphyxiant
that displaces oxygen when inhaled.
En revanche, l' accumulation des details, en genant, en asphyxiant
la circulation de l'intelligence, forclot le referentiel, d'ou sa revendication recurrente dans le texte sadien sous la forme du detail, anecdotique mais exemplaire : "Duclos, interrompit ici le president, ne vous a-t-on pas prevenue qu'il faut a vos recits les details les plus grands et les plus etendus?
Carbon monoxide (CO), a colorless and odorless gas, is classified as a pulmonary asphyxiant