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20 Volume 85 • Number 4 A D VANC EME N T O F T H E SCIENCE Minnesota Department of Public Safety. (2019, February 28). When ice fishing, CO alarms are the catch of the day. https://dps.mn.gov/ blog/Pages/20190228-ice-fishing-carbon-monoxide-safety.aspx Moon, J.M., Byeong, J.C., Cho, Y.S., & Mun, J.G. (2020). Does alcohol play the role of confounder or neuroprotective agent in acute carbon monoxide poisoning? Clinical Toxicology, 58(3), 161–170. https://doi.org/10.1080/15563650.2019.1625915 Ross, J. (2016, January 16). Leech Lake carbonmonoxide victim identified. Star Tribune. https://www.startribune.com/leech-lake-ice- fisherman-dies-three-others-sick-from-carbon-monoxide/365 699971/ Seifert, S. (2020, January 3). Chippewa County man survives carbon monoxide scare. The Chippewa Herald. https://chippewa.com/ news/local/chippewa-county-man-survives-carbon-monoxidescare/article_019cd558-0992-50c9-8fcb-2bd39c098e50.html Steil, M. (2017, December 18). Dangers of the season: Thin ice, carbon monoxide. Minnesota Public Radio. https://www. mprnews.org/story/2017/12/18/thin-ice-carbon-monixde- dangerous-minnesota-season Take Me Fishing. (2022). Ice fishing safety. https://www.takemefish ing.org/ice-fishing/ice-fishing-basics/ice-fishing-safety Thiels, C.A., Hernandez, M.C., Zielinski, M.D., & Aho, J.M. (2016). Injury patterns and outcomes of ice-fishing in the United States. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 34(7), 1258–1261. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajem.2016.02.078 Tucholski, D.R. (2002). CO emissions from portable propane radiant heaters. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. https://cpsc. gov/s3fs-public/CO02.pdf U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (2012). 2011 national survey of fishing, hunting, and wildlife-associated recreation: National overview. https://www.doi.gov/sites/doi.gov/files/migrated/news/pressre leases/upload/FWS-National-Preliminary-Report-2011.pdf Weaver L.K., Hopkins, R.O., Chan, K.J., Churchill, S., Elliott, C.G., Clemmer, T.P., Orme, J.F., Thomas, F.O., & Morris, A.H. (2002). Hyperbaric oxygen for acute carbon monoxide poisoning. The New England Journal of Medicine, 347(14), 1057–1067. https://doi. org/10.1056/NEJMoa013121 Weaver, L.K., Howe, S., Hopkins, R., & Chan, K.J. (2000). Carboxyhemoglobin half-life in carbon monoxide-poisoned patients treated with 100% oxygen at atmospheric pressure. Chest, 117(3), 801–808. https://doi.org/10.1378/chest.117.3.801 Yoon, S.S., MacDonald, S.C., & Parrish, R.G. (1998). Deaths from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning and potential for prevention with carbon monoxide detectors. JAMA, 279(9), 685–687. https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.279.9.685 References continued from page 19 Explore how land reuse can transform your community’s health with the Environmental Health and Land Reuse Certificate Program. In this free, online course from NEHA and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, you can learn to redevelop land reuse sites like brownfields. With self-paced and group learning options, you can learn—and earn continuing education contact hours—on your own schedule. Visit www.neha.org/ehlr for more information. Did You Know? Show the world you are the environmental health expert you know you are with a credential. You might even earn more or get promoted. neha.org/credentials Stand out in the crowd.

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