In crushing industry a bag type filter is used for trapping the fine particulates of toxic fumes
This causes the car to burn more fuel which, in turn, increases the amount of exhaust fumes
released into the air.
Further, the Department of Health has stated the fumes
are not hazardous at the level of dilution, the company said.
They found that the naked mole-rats had no activity in the trigeminal nucleus 6 a bundle of nerves in the brainstem that serves as a repository for sensory information, including pain -- in response to the acidic fumes
The researchers were able to quantify the physiologic response to exposure to acidic fumes
by measuring a protein, c-Fos, an indirect marker of nerve activity that is often expressed when nerve cells fire.
The study examined 12,000 miners who had been exposed to diesel fumes
underground, over a period of 50 years.
According to a senior doctor in a hospital in Islamabad, diesel fumes
have poisonous particles and gases which cause simple bronchitis, chronic bronchitis and malignancies.
Because I was the only one who had smelled the fumes
, which had since dissipated in intensity, we did not don oxygen or proceed with the procedure for fire, smoke, or fumes
from unknown origin.
The men had to be airlifted from Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious off the coast of Hartlepool after being overcome by the fumes
in one of the ship's toilets, the Navy said.
A police spokesman said: "It would appear bleach poured down a drain reacted with something already there, releasing the fumes
can be generated during torch cutting and welding operations.
In most welding fume
cases, the plaintiffs have failed to convince the trier of fact of a connection between the exposure to welding fumes
containing manganese and Parkinson's disease or some other neurological disorder such as parkinsonism or manganism.