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Biological monitoring is the collection of a urine, blood or exhaled air samples from a worker. This type of a testing can provide information not available by air testing. For example, it can reveal the presence of significant exposures by ingestion or dermal absorption.
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- Legal Requirements in Manitoba for Biological Monitoring
- Goal of a Biological Monitoring Program
- Biological Exposure Indices (BEIs) Explained
- Baseline Testing
- Limitations of Biological Monitoring