NOMOGRAMS CORRELATING DOSE OF MMH WITH BLOOD LEVELS.
Final rept. May-Nov 69,
SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TEX
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Nomograms were developed to show the interrelationship of time and dose to methemoglobinemia or plasma monomethyl hydrazine MMH concentration as observed during the first 2 hours after application of MMH to the chest of anesthetized male dogs. Limitations of the nomograms are discussed in respect to range and accuracy. It is emphasized that the nomograms were compiled from responses of anesthetized dogs. These nomograms could be used to estimate the severity of human exposure only in conjunction with other known MMH intoxication symptoms. In the absence of dose-response data from humans, however, the nomograms are considered the best available data by which to evaluate accidental exposure by skin contact with MMH. Author