In summary, there seems to be no compelling reason why blood measurements of cyanide would be a better predictor of toxicity than measurement of ambient air levels. The added difficulties associated with the measurement and interpretation of blood cyanide levels would suggest that this measurement should not be selected as a routine monitoring methodology.
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