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     BOF: 3.44

In which of the following people would the oxygen-haemoglobin dissociation curve be shifted to the left?

a)      A person living at high altitude

b)      An insulin dependent diabetic who has been admitted with signs of salt and water depletion and Kussmaulís respiration

c)      A patient brought into casualty having attempted suicide by shutting himself in his garage and turning on the car engine

d)      A person who has been engaging in unaccustomed strenuous physical exercise

e)      A patient in the febrile phase of vivax malaria

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