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Methaemoglobinemia: Introduction

A methaemoglobin is a red blood cell which is unable to carry oxygen. The body normally has very small amounts of methemoglobin but when this level is increased methaemoblobinemia results and the bloods ability to carry oxygen is reduced. The condition can be fatal in serious cases. The condition may be chemical- or drug-induced or hereditary. ...more »

Symptoms of Methaemoglobinemia

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Methaemoglobinemia: Deaths

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Causes of Methaemoglobinemia

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Misdiagnosis and Methaemoglobinemia

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