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Prolonged hypoxaemia following inhalation of hydrogen chloride vapour.
  1. M J Finnegan,
  2. M E Hodson
  1. Royal Free Hospital, London.


    A patient is described who developed prolonged hypoxaemia and subsequent asthma after a single exposure to a high concentration of hydrogen chloride vapour (and a small amount of phosphorus trichloride).

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