CARBON (II) MONOXIDE AS A SUBJECT FOR POISONS STUDYING OF STUDY ON DISCIPLINE TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY (CRIMINAL ANALYSIS) AT THE PHARMACEUTICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY IN UKRAINE
AbstractToxicological Chemistry (or Analytical Toxicology) is a field among other pharmaceutical disciplines that investigates the characteristics of toxic substances and poisons, their actions in the human body and in the cadaver material, and the ways of segregating, qualitatively detecting, and quantitatively defining poisons and their metabolites. The aim of this article is to explain the importance of studying common chemical substances, such as carbon (II) monoxide (or charcoal gas), which is a strong poison, in this chemistry field, i.e., Toxicological Chemistry, throughout the whole educational period at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the National Medical University in Ukraine.
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