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5 types of common toxic molds . Their acute and chronic effects and recomandation

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    1. 1. Presentation by: Asma Sattar 1774
    2. 2. Molds  Fungus that grow in the form of multicellular hyphae Toxic molds That deadly to human and cause many diseases  Toxic molds produce chemicals during their natural growth that are classified as toxins or poisons  mostly in hidden surfaces
    3. 3. Categories of toxic mold five categories of toxic mold 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Stachybotrys Cladosporium Penicilium Fusarium Aspergillus
    4. 4. Stachbotrys most harmful or deadly symptoms :         Respiratory issues Nasal congestion Eye irritation Sore throat Cough Fatigue Central nervous system issues Aches and pains
    5. 5. Diseases  Minor Hay fever  Serious Liver damage Pulmonary edema Brain or nerve damage and even death
    6. 6. Acute effects Chronic effects  Confusion  Bleeding in brain  Dizziness  Jaundice  Depression  Infertility  Nose bleed  Liver disease  Runny nose  Memory loss  Cough  Coma  Low blood pressure  Death  Miscarraige
    7. 7. Cladosporium, Fusarium, and Penicillium  nail fungus  Asthma and also infections of the lungs  liver  and kidneys. Fusarium may cause gastrointestinal illnesses, and even illness which affect the female reproductive system
    8. 8. Aspergillus  The least serious of the toxic mold groups  family consists of over 160 species. Only 16 of those cause illness in humans, none of which are fatal if treated.  allergy-type illness to life-threatening
    9. 9. Precautions  Old remodeling materials left in a basement  Remove salinity and moisture  without delay fixing leaky roofs, windows, and pipes;  Thoroughly cleaning and drying after flooding;  Ventilating shower, laundry, and cooking areas.  Clean material and body regularly  Proper spray rooms and kitchen

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