ADMS 3400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Asphyxiant Gas, Household-Responsibility System, Xenobiotic

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Question examples: rac: recognize + access + control, last choice when implement controls: ppe (personal protective equipment) + Not a principal: do not have a right to be compensated. Chemical states: solid (least) + liquid (less) + gas (most) hazardous. The slower settling rate + the longer it stays in the air (settling rate: the time in second that it takes for an airborne particle to fall one foot) Toxicology: study of poisons + study of chemical related occupational illness. Xenobiotic: foreign substance taken into the body (can be harmful or good for your body) Systemic toxin: affect the entire body or many organs rather than a specific site. Specific organ toxin: affects only specific tissues or organs. Carbon monoxide: chemical asphyxiant (means some kind reaction of the body towards the high dose of toxic) and simple asphyxiant (nitrogen: only dangerous because of too much of it) Acute toxicity vs chronic toxicity (the consequences show up overtime)

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