Toxicological Effects of Veterinary Medicinal Products in Humans 1st Edition PDF

Toxicological Effects of Veterinary Medicinal Products in Humans 1st Edition PDF. This books attempts to bring together some of this knowledge and experience to assess the safety of veterinary medicinal products.

Toxicological Effects of Veterinary Medicinal Products in Humans 1st Edition PDF

Toxicological Effects of Veterinary Medicinal Products in Humans

As described in the pages that follow, this involves user safety and safety of those who consume products derived from animals treated with veterinary medicines, and for the most part this means examining their toxicological and pharmacological properties.

However, some veterinary drugs are also microbiologically active, and this presents certain hazards that also need to be taken into account. Finally, like human drugs, these products also eventually find their way into the environment.

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As a result, to examine the potential hazards arising from veterinary medicine, we need to evaluate their toxicological and pharmacological properties, and we need to consider their microbiological properties and their eventual fate in the natural environment.

This latter aspect is of concern not only because organisms might encounter the remnants of veterinary medicines as a result of environmental contamination, but also because of the potential effects for human health from the contamination of land and drinking, We only know a little regarding the safety of veterinary medicinal products in humans from their use in animals.

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