What is a normal co2 level?
Your test measures how many millimoles of carbon dioxide is in a liter, or about a quart, of fluid (mmol/L).
A normal result is between 23 and 29 mmol/L.
A low CO2 level can be a sign of several conditions, including: Kidney disease..
What level of co2 is harmful to humans?
From 2000 to 5000 ppm, CO2 concentration starts to cause problems (headaches, insomnia, nausea). It is a dirty air. From 5000 ppm, the presence of other gases in air is altered, arising a toxic atmosphere or poor in oxigen with fatal effects as the concentration increases.
What is a dangerous co2 reading?
High CO2 levels, generally over 1000 ppm, indicate a potential problem with air circulation and fresh air in a room or building. In general, high CO2 levels indicate the need to examine the HVAC system.
Can you die from high co2 levels?
Severe hypercapnia can cause noticeable and distressing effects. You may experience sudden respiratory failure, which can lead to a coma and may even be fatal. Seek emergency medical care if you experience any of these.