The Virtual Conference on Toxicology and Environmental Health is going to be scheduled on February 20-21, 2023 as a Webinar. Toxicology Webinar 2023 Exceptional meeting where the world wide researchers, Ecologists, toxicologists, professors, students are about to share their research results ,exchanging ideas and makes us updated about the advancements and innovations in the field of Toxicology and environmental health with the theme “Tracing Toxicology Advancements for Better Life ”.
TOXICOLOGY WEBINAR 2023 is an International platform the conference featuring plenary, Keynote and young researcher’s speeches, Poster presentations and workshops. The conference will focus on deleterious consequences of chemicals and conditions on humans, animals, and the environment, Types of toxins, protecting public health and reduce human exposure to toxic substances, to minimizing the risk of disease and all aspects of Environmental Health and how to accurately diagnose and treat animals and people.
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Toxicology: Toxicology is a field of science it is also known as “science of poisons” that helps to understand overlapping with biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and medicine that involve the study of the adverse effects of chemical substances on living organisms and the practice of diagnosing and treating exposures to toxins and toxicants. Toxicology is divided into environmental, economic, and forensic.
Environmental toxicology: It is a multidisciplinary field of science it is the study of the harmful effects of various chemical, biological and physical agents on living organisms Ecotoxicology is a concerned with study of the harmful effects of toxicants at the population and ecosystem levels. Toxicants means toxic chemicals that are human -made artificial products like carcinogens, industrial waste and pesticides and all these are introduced into the environment due to human activity.
Clinical Toxicology: Clinical toxicology is concerned with the impact of drugs and other chemicals in humans. The role of the clinical toxicologist encompasses the traditional therapeutic role that is the management of patients with acute and chronic poisoning. The clinical toxicologist’s main work is to treat patients who have been poisoned with a drug or other substance.
Risk Assessment: Risk assessment is a multi-step process which, in conjunction with an exposure assessment and other components, produces estimates of risk of an adverse health effect occurring as a consequence of ingesting, inhaling and/or absorbing one or more toxic substances.
An ecosystem is approach to resource management and environmental protection .The main aim is to consider the complex interrelationships of an entire ecosystem in decision making rather than simply responding to specific issues and challenges. the decision-making processes under such an approach would be a collaborative approach to planning and decision making that involves a broad range of stakeholders across all relevant governmental departments, as well as industry representatives, environmental groups, and community. This approach ideally supports a better exchange of information, development of conflict-resolution strategies and improved regional conservation. Religions also play an important role in the conservation of the environment.
Carcinogenicity: A carcinogen is any substance or radiation that promotes carcinogenesis; it is the formation of cancer so it is also known as cancerogen. This may be due to the ability to damage the genome or to the disruption of cellular metabolic processes. Carcinogens are formed due to UV radiation, industrial pollution, smoke, X-Rays. Carcinogens are divided into three major categories: chemical carcinogens, physical carcinogens, and oncogenic (cancer-causing) viruses.
Hydrobiology and water pollution: Hydrobiology is the science of life and life processes in water. A hydro biologist technician conducts field analysis for hydrobiology. They identify plants and living species, locate their habitat, and count them. They also identify pollutants and nuisances that can affect the aquatic fauna and flora.
Air Pollution and Public Health: Air pollution is a mix of hazardous substances from both human-made and natural sources.
Vehicle emissions, fuel oils and natural gas to heat homes, by-products of manufacturing and power generation, particularly coal-fueled power plants, and fumes from chemical production are the primary sources of human-made air pollution.
Nature releases hazardous substances into the air, such as smoke from wildfires, which are often caused by people; ash and gases from volcanic eruptions; and gases, like methane, which are emitted from decomposing organic matter in soils
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