Video: Firefighters Deployed to Fort McMurray Undergo Testing of Smoke Exposure

University of Alberta begins testing firefighters at wildfire for smoke exposure

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Related in FireRescue Magazine:

Breathe Deep (Davies)
A look at the importance of lung and heart health for firefighters and presents strategies for keeping them healthy

Options for Respiratory Protection in the Wildland/WUI Environment (Litzenberg)
Additional research and standard guidance is needed

The Toxic Twins (Schnepp)
The dangers that are found in fire smoke, namely carbon monoxide and cyanide.

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University of Alberta begins testing firefighters at wildfire for smoke exposure   Related in FireRescue Magazine: Breathe Deep (Davies) A look at the importance of lung and heart health for firefighters and presents strategies for keeping them healthy Options for Respiratory Protection in the Wildland/WUI Environment (Litzenberg) Additional research and standard guidance is needed The […]

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