A Brief Overview on Pesticide Exposure and Ocular Toxicity

Pesticide residues increase in homes accompanying greater amounts which are about the Child Breathing Zone. It is well-known that uncovering to pesticide residues can have harmful results on one’s energy, including toxicity to analysis. This paper describes a study of pesticide residues about a random sample of 132 households in non-metropolitan counties of New York State. Fifteen pesticides were tested for and residues from all fifteen pesticides were about all 132 homes. The belongings of human exposure to these residues are explained. Negative consequences from exposure involve conjunctivitis and ocular hyperemia. Other energy effects include retinal deterioration, optic neuropathy, retinopathy, optic motor friendly, and cataracts. McCaule et al. [1] reported that dwellings cleaning practices can considerably reduce pesticide residues, but those practices are distinguishing to different surfaces.

Author(s) Details:

Joseph Laquatra,
Department of Human Centered Design, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/RDMMS-V1/article/view/9626

Keywords: Pesticide residues, child breathing zone, ocular toxicity

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