Toxic metals, such as mercury, lead, aluminum, cadmium, arsenic and others, can affect the development and overall health causing With increasing levels of pollution, metals poisoning is a special concern. Chemical products, fertilizers, industrial paint, building materials, fish, silver dental fillings, and some vaccines are just some of the sources of heavy metals poisoning. Many symptoms of this poisoning are difficult to diagnose without advanced laboratory testing.
Testing specimens can include hair, nails, urine, blood, and sweat. Occupational and industrial exposure analysis for employee safety tests against federal regulatory levels for all of the following:
- Benzene, Xylenes and other Petrochemical Hydrocarbons
- Lead, Chromium, Arsenic, Mercury, and other Heavy Metals
- Pesticides and Herbicides and other Poisons