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Taking an Exposure History
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Course: WB 1109
CE Original Date: May 12, 2008
CE Renewal Date: May 12, 2011
CE Expiration Date: May 11, 2013
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Cover Page
What Is Included in the Work History (Part 2) of an Exposure History Form?
How to Use This Course
What Is Included in the Environmental History (Part 3) of an Exposure History Form?
Initial Check
Other Resources
What Is the Purpose of Taking an Exposure History?
Summary and Follow-Up
What Role Can Primary Care Clinicians Play in Detecting, Treating, and Preventing Disease Resulting from Toxic Exposures?
What Instructions Should Be Given to Patients?
Which Organ Systems Are Affected By Toxic Exposure?
Where Can I Find More Information?
What Are the Possible Sources of Indoor Air Pollution?
Assessment and Posttest Instructions
What Are Other Toxicants in the Home and Environment?
Literature Cited
What Are the Components of an Exposure History?
Appendix 1: Exposure History Form
What Is Included in the Exposure Survey (Part 1) of an Exposure History Form?
 
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