Determination of heavy metals

Heavy metal detection tests determine the level of potentially harmful metals in the blood. Heavy metals are found naturally in the environment, in certain foods, medicines and even water. They can enter your body in a variety of ways - by inhalation, through food, or through absorption through the skin. If a large amount of heavy metal gets into your body, you can develop metal poisoning, which can lead to serious health problems (organ damage, changes in behavior, thinking and memory). The specific symptoms and how it will affect you depend on the type of metal and the amount of it in your body.

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