Two cases of accidental drowning in fermentation tanks are described. During the fermentation different toxic gases are generated among which carbon dioxide is supposed to be most dangerous since it is colourless and odourless. Special problems concerning fermentation of slurry are pointed out and precaution during work with these tanks is recommended.
JOURNAL AND NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE ID#
JOURNAL: Med Sci Law. 1982; 22(4): 283-284.
Note: Medicine, Science and the Law.NLOM ID#: 83061816 .
Publication #: 83061816
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