4 edition of Reproductive effects of chemical, physical, and biologic agents found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Anthony R. Scialli, Armand Lione, and G.K. Boyle Padgett.|
|Contributions||Lione, Armand., Padgett, G.K. Boyle.|
|LC Classifications||RA1224.2 .S355 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||891 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||891|
|LC Control Number||95076708|
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Summaries are included for agents to which exposures and biologic agents book occur, including chemicals, physical agents (heat, radiations), and biologics.
Where relevant information is available, summaries include information on developmental effects (e.g., embryonic development), reproductive effects (e.g., fertility), and lactation by: Reproductive Effects of Chemical, Physical, and Biologic Agents: REPROTOXR. Full text.
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Friedman. The knowledge base also has been published as a book, Repro ductive Effects of Chemical, Physical and Biologic Agents (Scialli et al. ), but Reproductive effects of chemical electronic versions are more current. Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity REPROTOX has information on the reproductive and developmental toxicology of some chemical and physical agents.
The Handbook of Environmental Health-Biological, Chemical and Physical Agents of Environmentally Related Disease, Volume 1, Fourth Edition includes twelve chapters on a variety of topics basically following a standard chapter outline where applicable with and biologic agents book exception of chapters 1, 2 and The outline is as follows:Cited by: 5.
Summary. The Handbook of Environmental Health-Biological, Chemical and Physical Agents of Environmentally Related Disease, Volume 1, Fourth Edition includes twelve chapters on a variety of topics basically following a standard chapter outline where applicable with the exception of chapters 1, 2 and The outline is as follows.
Biological Physical and Reproductive Health Occupational exposure to certain biological agents may be harmful to workers’ reproductive health, to pregnancy or to the foetus.
Under the general assessment requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Biological Agent) Regulationsthe employer must assess any risk to an employee’s health or safety from the presence of biological agents. The roles that chemical, physical, ergonomic, biologic, physical psychosocial factors play in reproductive health are also considered.
Friedman JH, Polifka JE () The Effects of Neurologic and Psychiatric Drugs on the Fetus and Nursing Infant: A Handbook for Health Care ProfessionalsAuthor: Steven G.
Gilbert, Kimberly S. Grant. In this context, reproductive toxicity is defined as the adverse effects of a substance on any part of this reproductive cycle, including the impairment of the reproductive function and biologic agents book males and females, as well as the effects on the fetus or offspring.
biomedical physical on the effects of chemical, physical, and biologic environmental agents on human health Reproductive effects of chemical well-being. Contact: NIEHS, PO BoxT.W.
Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC • Phone: Referrals. The Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics (AOEC) has developed a network of clinics. Books Barlow SM, Sullivan FM: Reproductive Hazards of Industrial Chemicals.
London: Academic Press, This book reviews the available clinical and animal data on the and biologic agents book toxicity of approximately 50 industrial chemicals.
Information regarding the teratogenic, mutagenic, and carcinogenic effects of each chemical is included. Reproductive Effects of Chemical, Physical, physical Biologic Agents: REPROTOXR Physical J. Friedman Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: J. Friedman. In addition to original research articles, Reproductive Toxicology also publishes interpretative review articles, editorials, letters, book reviews, and conference announcements.
The first section of each issue of the journal is devoted to an in-depth, Reproductive effects of chemical review of research on the effect of particular chemical or physical agents on. Reproductive hazards are substances or agents that may affect the reproductive health of women or men or the ability of couples to have healthy children.
Hazards may be chemical, physical or biological. Examples of reproductive hazards are lead (chemical), radiation (physical) and certain viruses (biological). This is a database in book form containing up-to-date information on the effects of drugs, chemicals and physical agents on all aspects of reproduction.
TO EVALUATE THE REPRODUCTIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY OF CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL AGENTS A record of publications in peer reviewed journals, book chapters and/or demonstrated experience in preparation of relevant laboratory study reports. Board chemical analyses, dose preparations, and dose analyses.
General qualifications of File Size: 7MB. Several adverse reproductive effects can result from exposure of men and women to biologic, chemical, or physical hazards. Damage to the male or female germ cells can reduce fertility, and exposure before or during gestation can cause early pregnancy loss (clinically manifested as menstrual irregularity or infertility), spontaneous abortion, preterm or low-birth-weight neonates, birth defects.
The Handbook of Environmental Health-Biological, Chemical and Physical Agents of Environmentally Related Disease, Volume 1, Fourth Edition includes twelve chapters on a variety of topics basically following a standard chapter outline where applicable with the exception of chapters 1, 2 and The outline is as follows Background and status/5(1).
A comprehensive collection of short articles on potentially toxic agents (such as drugs, plant materials, metals, and organic compounds). The articles give brief summaries of (and relevant references for) the characteristics of each agent, and they detail the reported toxic or potentially toxic effects of each agent on the pregnant mother, the fetus, or the neonate.
Book Description. The Handbook of Environmental Health-Biological, Chemical and Physical Agents of Environmentally Related Disease, Volume 1, Fourth Edition includes twelve chapters on a variety of topics basically following a standard chapter outline where applicable with the exception of chapters 1, 2 and The outline is as follows.
15 Effects of Environmental Chemicals and Metals on Reproductive System Environmental chemicals refer to a chemical compound or chemical element present in air, water, food, soil, dust, or other environmental media such as consumer products. EFFECTS OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENTS INTRODUCTION.
The information herein has been compiled from official publications of the Department of the Army, Office 0f Civil and Defense Mobilization, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and from other sources.
No classified material is included. This is not aFile Size: 68KB. between chemical agents and biological systems. While the subject of toxicology is quite complex, it is necessary to understand the basic concepts in order to make logical decisions concerning the protection of personnel from toxic injuries.
Toxicity can be defined as the relative ability of a substance to cause adverse effects in living Size: KB.
Principles of Toxicology. Toxicology studies the injurious effects of chemical and physical agents on living organisms, observed as alterations in structure and covered includes:Targets and Bio-Transformation, Toxicokinetics, Hemato- and Vascular Toxicity, Dermatotoxicity, Neurotoxicity, Hepatotoxicity, Nephrotoxicity, Pulmonary Toxicity, Reproductive Toxicity, Geno toxicity.
Reproductive toxicity can be defined as "the occurrence of adverse effects on the reproductive system that may result from exposure to environmental agents.".
Reproductive toxicity may be expressed as alterations to the reproductive organs and/or the related endocrine system. What are Biological Agents. Biological agents are widely found in the natural environment and as a result found in many work sectors.
They include bacteria, viruses, fungi (including yeasts and moulds) and internal human parasites (endoparasites).
The majority of these agents are harmless however some may have potential to cause ill health. The. Compared with these data, the impact of biological and chemical agents terrorism in the past is negligible and will remain probably (hopefully!) small.
Implementation of the Chemical and Biological Weapons Convention and Conclusions. Like most scientific and industrial developments there is the possibility to apply them for the good or for. Biological Agents. Chemical Agents: Natural origin. Man-made.
Difficult, costly, small-scale production. Large-scale, cheaper, industrial production. Odorless and. Risk assessment for biological agents is challenging, for many reasons. First, because of the diversity of these agents.
In addition, occupational exposure limits (OELs) have not been set for many of them. Pathogenic micro-organisms may be hazardous at extremely low concentrations, and of course biological agents are not visible to the naked Size: KB. However, biological pollution is the introduction of living organisms, which grow and become invasive, into the environment.
Like physical and chemical pollution, biological pollution is mainly. Introduction Chemical and biological (CB) agents pose a threat to U.S. and allied military forces. Unfortunately, what strictly used to be a military risk has now become a concern to the civilian population—brought about by terrorist groups and other factions with developed CB capabilities.
Study of the adverse effects of chemical, physical, or biological agents on people, animals & the environment. An exposure estimate determines a person's level of exposure to a contaminant.
Amount of a contaminant that actually ends up in the systemic circulation. TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE FOR METHYLENE CHLORIDE biomedical research on the effects of chemical, physical, and biologic environmental agents on human health and well-being.
Contact: NIEHS, PO BoxT.W. Alexander Drive, Reproductive Effects. Potential interactions among agents, which can be cumulative, synergistic, or antagonistic, add to the difficulty. For example, chemical interactions may, in fact, abate, or even destroy, a biological agent.
In fact, at one time, DoD research was focused on using a chemical agent to counter a. Values for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents. Biological Exposure Indices. Cincinnati, OH. al Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Cincinnati, OH. HANDBOOK OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: VOLUME I: BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, AND PHYSICAL AGENTS OF ENVIRONMENTALLY RELATED DISEASE (HARDBACK) Taylor Francis Ltd, United Kingdom, Hardback.
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Since this Guide was issued inthere have been a few changes that will be discussed in this volume. [PDF – 3, KB] Page last reviewed: June 6, Physical, Chemical and Biological Hazards Epidemiological studies, however, point to the positive, protective effects of physical activity on reducing various chronic diseases, including coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis and colon cancer, as well as anxiety and depression.
Substances producing adverse biological effects of any kind. May be chemical or physical in nature. Effects may be acute or chronic. Peptides or proteins produced by living organisms. Venoms are toxins injected by a bite or sting.
Toxins produced by organisms. A toxic agent is anything that can produce an adverse biological effect. It may be. Pdf information on nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons From the diseased pdf carcass hurled over the wall of a besieged castle to the nuclear suitcase bomb carried by a clandestine operative, the threat of unconventional weapons has always been a feature of warfare.
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