Síndrome coronario agudo secundario a intoxicación por monóxido de carbono y respuesta al tratamiento con oxígeno hiperbárico

  title={S{\'i}ndrome coronario agudo secundario a intoxicaci{\'o}n por mon{\'o}xido de carbono y respuesta al tratamiento con ox{\'i}geno hiperb{\'a}rico},
  author={Jorge Guillermo P{\'e}rez Tu{\~n}{\'o}n and Mayr{\'e} Ivonne Bautista Alb{\'i}ter and Leslie Moranchel Garc{\'i}a and Roc{\'i}o Marti{\~n}{\'o}n R{\'i}os and A. Hernandez},
El monoxido de carbono (CO) es un gas sin olor ni color que debe sus efectos asficticos a su afinidad por proteinas transportadoras como la hemoglobina (Hb). Se produce en todas las combustiones incompletas de materiales que contienen carbon. La intoxicacion por CO representa una de las principales causas de dano neurologico y muerte alrededor del mundo ya que afecta primordialmente a los organos con mayor demanda de oxigeno. El oxigeno hiperbarico (OHB) es la terapia de eleccion en la… 



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