Certified clinical industrial hygienist, are not associated with the ABIH or their CIH schema/paradigm. The practices of the for clinical health purposes including clinically related conditions associated with mold fungi and is superior to any CIH investigation for health investigation over a wide range of health risk issues. All investigators are medical professionals and experts in the related field for which the investigation is conducted.
Our ™ are certified, trained and experienced in human toxicology together with that of organ systems and effects including: mutagenesis, carcinogenesis, developmental toxicology; reproductive toxicology; inhalation toxicology; neurobehavioral toxicology; immunological toxicology; cutaneous toxicity, ocular toxicity, hematopoietic toxicity, hepatic toxicity, renal toxicity; and endocrine-related toxicities. The general principles and applied toxicology: considers toxicokinetics; factors influencing toxicity; risk assessments; epidemiology and biostatistics; regulatory toxicology; environmental toxicology; forensic and clinical toxicology.
The clinically trained and experienced ™ is qualified to provide reports with findings and medical conclusions that are not available from any known CIH - just ask us. The common CIH just does not qualify for the level of reporting that is necessary for clinical or related forensic/ evidentry purposes,
The (CC red-dot** IH) is the international trademark of the Indoor Environmental Health Sciences Institute. The red-dot separating the light blue CC and IH is symbolic of clinically relevant airborne and surface agents.
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