tation resulting from the inhalation of gases released during fires ( for example, CO, HCN, nitrogen dioxide, hydrochloric acid, acrolein, and carbon dioxide) at high concentrations and in any combination, as well as from a decrease in available O2 (Stuhmiller et al. 2006). Thus, TGAS models account for several factors that influence the breathing rate. The TGAS models would probably need to be restructured and calibrated to estimate the combustion-product-exposure conditions presented to the committee and also to estimate internal dosimetrics, such as COHb resulting from CO exposure.
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