Pesticide Poisoning

Pesticides wreak havoc on the environment, threatening biodiversity and weakening the natural systems upon which human survival depends. Pesticides can irritate the skin, eyes, nose, or mouth. There are three types of pesticide poisoning. The first is committing suicide. The second is long-term high-level exposure, which can occur in pesticide formulators and manufacturers. The third is in which individuals are exposed to pesticide residues in food, air, water, soil, sediment, food materials, plants and animals.

  • Self-poisoning with agricultural pesticides
  • Occupational Pesticide Poisoning
  • Residential pesticide poisoning
  • Plant-derived Insecticides, Inorganic, and Microbial Insecticides
  • Synthetic Pyrethroid Insecticides
  • DEET Repellent
  • Epidemiology of Pesticide Poisoning
  • Organochlorines and Anticholinesterase compounds
  • Pesticide residues in food
  • Organophosphate and Carbamate Insecticides
  • Fungicides, Rodenticides, Fumigants, and Wood Preservatives
  • Arsenical, Chlorophenoxy, and Bipyridyl Herbicides

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