Published Date:December 18, 2008
Corporate Authors:United States, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
Effect Of Environment On
Medical History Taking
Human Beings/Effect Of Environment On/Programmed Instruction
Medical History Taking/Programmed Instruction
Series:Case studies in environmental medicine
Description:How to use this course -- Initial check -- What is chromium? -- Where is chromium found? -- What are the routes of exposure for chromium? -- Who is at risk of exposure to chromium? -- What are the standards and regulations for chromium exposure? -- What is the biologic fate of chromium in the body? -- What are the physiologic effects of chromium exposure? -- Clinical assessment - history, signs and symptoms -- Clinical assessment - laboratory tests -- How should patients exposed to chromium be treated and managed? -- What instructions should be given to patients exposed to chromium? -- Sources of additional information -- Posttest -- Literature cited
"Course: WB 1466."
"CE original date: December 18, 2008."
"CE Expiration date: December 18, 2011."
Literature cited: p. 62-67.
Supporting Files:No Additional Files
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