Blood concentration of carbon disulphide in "normal" subjects and in alcoholic subjects treated with disulfiram.

@article{Brugnone1992BloodCO,
  title={Blood concentration of carbon disulphide in "normal" subjects and in alcoholic subjects treated with disulfiram.},
  author={Francesco Brugnone and G Maranelli and S Zotti and Isabella Zanella and P de Paris and Stefano Caroldi and Alberto Betta},
  journal={British journal of industrial medicine},
  year={1992},
  volume={49 9},
  pages={658-63}
}
Assay of free and acid labile carbon disulphide (free and total CS2 respectively) in human blood was performed by gas chromatography/spectrometry. The method used a large dynamic head space volume and a "cryogenic trap". Blood CS2 concentration was measured in 42 subjects not occupationally exposed to CS2 (group A) and in 11 alcoholic subjects (group B) treated with disulfiram. Free CS2 concentration showed a mean value of 261 ng/l in the 42 subjects in group A and 9482 ng/l in eight subjects… CONTINUE READING

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