monoxide is an established dangerous toxicant with a complex mechanism of
cellular toxicity. It is known to cause various neurological symptoms which can
manifest both in acute as well as chronic forms. Delayed neurological deficits
are often less recognizable. Radiological findings are also less specific.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been the mainstay of treatment over the years but
is associated with its own list of complications and controversies. Current
management for this important condition is discussed here.
Carbon monoxide, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, neuroglobulin