Smoke inhalation

Name(s): 
Smoke asphyxiation
Nature

Smoke inhalation is an inhalation of large toxic fume or by-product of combusting substance through respiratory tract which results in serious injury or death. It is underlying primary cause of death for victims of fires. The inhalation or exposure to hot gaseous products of combustion can cause serious respiratory complications.

Some 50–80% of fire deaths are the result of smoke inhalation injuries, including burns to the respiratory system. The hot smoke injures or kills by a combination of thermal damage, poisoning and pulmonary irritation and swelling, caused by carbon monoxide, cyanide and other combustion products.

Source: Wikipedia

Broader 
Type 
(G) Very specific problems