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Health hazards of environmental arsenic poisoning from epidemic to pandemic by Jianren Chen

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Published by World Scientific in New Jersey .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Arsenic Poisoning,
  • Epidemics,
  • Environmental aspects,
  • Epidemiology,
  • Complications,
  • Adverse effects,
  • Toxicology,
  • Arsenic,
  • Environmental Exposure

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementeditors, Chien-Jen Chen, Hung-Yi Chiou
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA1231.A7 H43 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24838947M
ISBN 109814291811
ISBN 109789814291811
LC Control Number2011009748

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Arsenic hazards to plants and animals; Arsenic compounds in marine organisms; Featuring detailed case studies of chronic arsenic poisoning in Mexico and China, the book sheds light on the pervasive health threat of arsenic poisoning. Full of up-to-date findings and illuminating insights into the chemical, biological, and ecological behavior of  › Books › Engineering & Transportation › Engineering. Although arsenic is an established human carcinogen and has been associated with a multitude of health outcomes in epidemiologic studies, a mode of action has yet to be determined for some aspects EXPOSURE TO ARSENIC: A MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN. Soluble inorganic arsenic is acutely toxic. Intake of inorganic arsenic over a long period can lead to chronic arsenic poisoning (arsenicosis). Effects, which can take years to develop depending on the level of exposure, include skin lesions, peripheral neuropathy, @article{osti_, title = {Clinical and environmental aspects of arsenic toxicity}, author = {Hindmarsh, J T and McCurdy, R F}, abstractNote = {Arsenic is widely distributed throughout the animal and plant kingdoms and our environment where sources can be natural or anthropogenic. Agricultural uses of arsenic have declined recently, but it still has well-defined roles in ://

  Living organisms, both on land and in water, react in a variety of ways to arsenic exposure. The effects depend on the chemical form of the arsenic, the nature of the surrounding environment and their own particular biological sensitivity. Individual organisms or whole populations may be affected. Adverse effects include death, poor growth and failure to  › Home. Buy Environmental Health Risks: Lead Poisoning and Arsenic Exposure (): NHBS - Edited By: Jack D Gosselin and Ike M Fancher, Nova Science Publishers 2 days ago  Arsenic occurs naturally in the environment as an element of the earth's crust. Arsenic is combined with other elements such as oxygen, chlorine, and sulfur to form inorganic arsenic compounds. Exposure to higher-than-average levels of arsenic occurs mainly in Arsenic is a metalloid that occurs naturally in the environment. From ancient times it has been popular as a homicidal and/or suicidal poison. Arsenic compounds are known to cause several health hazards; however, the developing brain seems to be most vulnerable. Arsenic causes psychomotor, verbal learning, and memory deficits in ://