Toxinology for safer drug industry, part III

Veterinary Science & Technology

ISSN: 2157-7579

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Toxinology for safer drug industry, part III

3rd International Veterinary Congress

August 18-20, 2016 London, UK

Amna Beshir Medani Ahmed

University of Medical Sciences and Technology, Sudan

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Vet Sci Technol

Abstract :

This workshop was prepared to elevate the standard of knowledge of toxinology among the medical and paramedical staff who are concerned with the treatment of patients poisoned by natural sources of toxins, classify natural toxins and relate this classes to certain geographical area to ease diagnosis in case of suspicion, facilitate the availability of antidotes in the appropriate geographical districts in relation to toxin background, enhance easy, toxin specified and economic models of research, connect personnel interested in this field, train them and lead an open access for contact between them and of course, ease communication between companies investing in therapy and the medical staff (toxicology personnel, emergency room staff, first aid personnel, lay public in highly endemic areas, community and public health personnel, drug biotechnology manufacturers and other interested segments). This course contains an introduction (1 hour) (History, culturally associated stories and social legends, a classification (1 hour) according to origin and geographical distribution, causes of intoxication due to toxins from plant origin (2 hour), causes of intoxication due to toxins from animal origin (2 hour) and causes of intoxication due to toxins from microbial origin (1 hour).

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