It is also recommended that all fuel-burning appliances such as heaters, furnaces and stoves be professionally inspected. These preventative measures will help detect any carbon monoxide that is in the air and may allow you to fix any leaks before the carbon monoxide reaches dangerous levels.
- Q How does carbon monoxide poisoning affect pregnancy?
- Q Can wood-burning stoves cause carbon monoxide poisoning?
- Q What are the treatment options for carbon monoxide poisoning?
- Q Can burning charcoal in my home be harmful?
- Q What increases my risk of carbon monoxide poisoning?
- Q What is carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning?