Other resources that may be helpful in building carbon monoxide surveillance include:
- The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologist’s carbon monoxide poisoning case definition pdf icon[PDF – 182 KB]external icon.
- National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network – Carbon Monoxide Poisoning is a system of integrated health, exposure, and hazard information and data from a variety of national, state, and city sources.
- Graber JM, Smith AE. (2007) “Results from a state-based surveillance system for carbon monoxide poisoning.”external icon Public Health Reports. 122(2):145-54.
- Iqbal S, Clower JH, Boehmer TK, Yip FY, Garbe P. (2010) “Carbon monoxide-related hospitalizations in the U.S.: evaluation of a web-based query system for public health surveillance.”external icon Public Health Reports 125(3):423-32.
- Iqbal S, Clower JH, King ME, Bell J, YipFY. “National Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Surveillance Framework and Recent Estimates.”external icon Public Health Reports 2012; 127: 486-496.
- Iqbal S, Clower J, Yip FY, Garbe P. “Carbon monoxide poisoning surveillance.” In: Occupational and environmental health. BS Levy, DH Wegman, SL Baron, RK Sokas, eds. 6th Ed. Oxford University Press, USA (ISBN: 0195397886 )
- Consumer Products Safety Commission (2013) Incidents, Deaths, and In-Depth Investigations Associated with Non-Fire Carbon Monoxide from Engine-Driven Generators and Other Engine-Driven Tools, 1999-2012 pdf icon[PDF – 398 KB]external icon
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