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Toxicology

Nada hazem khattab

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Toxicology
▪ Toxicology is a branch of science that studies the negative consequences of chemicals or environmental conditions on humans, all living organisms in general, and the environment.

Types of Toxicology

▪Analytical analysis
Analytical toxicology investigates dangerous compounds identified in biological specimens as well as raw materials. Poison assessment is the detection, identification, and quantification of poisons via the use of various analytical procedures.

▪ Clinical toxicity
The identification and treatment of human toxicity are the focus of clinical toxicology.

▪ Toxicology for forensic purposes
Forensic toxicology is focused on the evaluation of toxic substances, which involves a number of methods for examining these harmful molecules in order to aid legal inquiries into the cause of poisoning. It is a legal as well as a medical component of clinical poisoning.

▪ Veterinary toxicity
Veterinary toxicology is a branch of toxicology that investigates, diagnoses, and treats various hazardous substances in animals.

▪ Toxicology of aquatic organisms
The study of the adverse effects of hazardous substances on aquatic systems is known as aquatic toxicology.

▪ Toxicology of the environment
Environmental toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of environmental toxins on humans, animals, plants, and the environment. Environmental toxicants are compounds that are released into the environment from a variety of sources, including industrial waste and household trash, and can be biodegradable or non-biodegradable.

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