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Building disease syndrome

There are many manifestations of building disease syndrome, which are caused by exposure to various harmful substances It tends to happen to people working in offices or in densely populated buildings Most often occurs in new, enclosed buildings, which do not open windows to reduce heat dissipation. Heating and cooling pipes are installed in the building, which are sent from the same place Elevated CO 2 is the most common phenomenon in these buildings and a common cause of building disease syndrome The patient becomes anxious and hyperventilated, which develops into hand and foot convulsions and severe dyspnea Other problems may be caused by trucks or other motor vehicles idling near air intakes, resulting in excessive exposure to carbon monoxide and diesel vapors Diesel vapor contains carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide, various aldehydes and other harmful substances.


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