Arsenic Exposure, Assessment, Toxicity, Diagnosis, and Management

Arsenic is ubiquitous in the environment and human exposure can occur from multiple routes including diet. Occupational medicine physicians asked to evaluate workers with elevated urine arsenic levels may be unaware that many sources of arsenic exposure are not work related. This guidance statement addresses arsenic exposure sources and pathways, adverse health effects of arsenic exposure and those subpopulations at increased risk, and the evaluation and treatment of those exposed to elevated arsenic levels.
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