Journal of Perioperative Medicine

Journal of Perioperative Medicine
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ISSN: 2684-1290

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Susan M Pinney

Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati, United States

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    Uranium Exposure to a Community Population: Renal Proximal Tubule
    Author(s): Susan M Pinney*

    Uranium a radioactive element and a source of radioactive pollution directly influence the humans those are exposed to it. Sometimes high uranium content is present in phosphate rock used for the manufacturing of fertilizer. Besides being heaviest naturally occurring metal, uranium is one of the primeval radionuclides that can be found in low levels within all rocks, soil and water. In the record of history never has a scientific discovery so profoundly affected the course of human fate as the discovery of atomic energy. Therefore, its potential for destruction is massive and its use for economic purpose is limitless. In present era, rightly known as the atomic age, the emission of radiation in the form of rays or particles called radioactivity. There are many deposits of uranium in Pakistan and their uses cause much positive as well as negative impact on humans and environment. Urani.. View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2684-1290.22.4.137

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