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Firefighters battle chemical fire at recycling plant - 06/27/2015

The fire started inside a tank once used for hydrogen cyanide; 14 plant workers were injured.

Burned fire capt.'s wife speaks out about his progress - 06/18/2015 Study: Latino, black firefighters at higher risk of cancer - 06/11/2015 What's the best or worst thing you've seen in a fireground rehab section? - 06/09/2015 Firefighter cancer: An inconvenient truth - 06/08/2015 Firefighter loses 152 pounds on 'Extreme Weight Loss' - 06/03/2015 Philly firefighters' union concerned about suicides - 06/03/2015
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Firefighter fitness: 3 scientific findings
Training on duty, proper lifting motions and physical ability testing are hot-button issues that science is addressing.
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Clinical Studies
Longitudinal decline in measured firefighter single-breath diffusing capacity of carbon monoxide values - 09/21/2006
The role of exertion as a determinant of carboxyhemoglobin accumulation in firefighters - 09/21/2006
Human factors in firefighting: ergonomic-, cardiopulmonary-, and psychogenic stress-related issues - 09/21/2006
Environmental study of firefighters - 09/21/2006
Characterization of firefighter exposures during fire overhaul - 09/21/2006
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Detecting Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: The Reluctant Patient

Meridian Fire Department


If we successfully implemented a CO protocol and could prove its effectiveness, the opportunity to share our findings with other departments would be very rewarding. Little did we know it would impress us so quickly.
Detecting Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: The Reluctant Patient
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Making Rehab a Requirement: NFPA 1584 Burned fire capt.'s wife speaks out about his progress Study: Latino, black firefighters at higher risk of cancer What's the best or worst thing you've seen in a fireground rehab section? Non-invasive Screening for CO and MET
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FireRehab Communications
Science looks at FF fitness; Mental toll of responding to loved one | May 21, 2015 What FF injury data means; Rehab scenario: What would you do? | March 26, 2015
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Resources

USFA Emergency Incident Rehabilitation Manual IAFC: Fighting Heat Stress U.S. EPA Excessive Heat Events Guidebook (PDF) Agency for Toxic Substances Cyanide FAQ Assistance to Firefighters Grant AFG: DHS/FEMA Fire Act Grant
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Press Releases
HeatSeeker Technology & Design Fire Introduces Rehabilitation Products FDNY Makes Largest First Responder Purchase of Masimo Rad-57 Pulse CO-Oximeters to Improve Survival of Firefighters and Victims of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning 343 Technologies and Hothead Technologies Announce Wireless Temperature Sensor for Firefighter Rehab
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