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Biologic monitoring The term 'Biologic monitoring' as it applies to the area of hazardous materials can be defined as 'Measuring hazardous substances in biologic materials (such as blood, hair, urine, or breath) to determine whether exposure has occurred. A blood test for lead is an example of biologic monitoring'.
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