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3 mmol/kg) (n = 5–6 per condition). No OHC or sodium nitrate animals survived at the lowest dose of cyanide gas. All cobinamide-treated animals survived, whereas 80%, 60%, and none of sodium thiosulfate-treated animals survived when treated with 534, 801, and 908 ppm, respectively. The combination of sodium thiosulfate and sodium nitrite was fully effective except when 908 ppm cyanide was administered, in which only 20% of animals survived (n = 5). The data were plotted and log transformed for nonlinear regression analysis.