Biologic monitoring

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Term Biologic monitoring
Description Measuring hazardous substances in biologic materials (such as blood, hair, urine, or breath) to determine whether exposure has occurred.
Definition Biologic monitoring

Text providing a definition of term (Normal paragraph formatMeasuring hazardous substances in biologic materials (such as blood, hair, urine, or breath) to determine whether exposure has occurred. A blood test for lead is an example of biologic monitoring. )

References http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/glossary.html#G-A -
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