1. What happened to the eleven elderly men in Manhattan which caused medical teams to become concerned about their condition?
Eleven elderly men suddenly began to turn blue, rigid, and cyanotic, and they were in shock, which caused medical teams to become concerned.
2. What happened when the eleven men were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning when they were first seen by medical professionals?
Ten of the eleven men who were hospitalized and treated for carbon monoxide poisoning did begin to get better.
3. What were the two things that were learned by the health department when a misdiagnosis was suspected in the case of the elderly men?
The two things discovered about the men were that neither customers nor employees became ill and all of the men ate the oatmeal that day.
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