In a recent cohort study, carbon monoxide poisoning appeared to be associated with an increased risk of this complication in the first 90 days after poisoning?
Cho et al. performed a cohort study in carbon monoxide poisoned patients and found an increased risk of venous thromboembolism during days 0 to 90 after CO poisoning. (Cho Y et al. Risk of Venous Thromboembolism After Carbon Monoxide Poisoning:A Nationwide Population-Based Study. Ann Emerg Med 2020; 75(5): 587-596.)