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Variation in heart rate associated with toxicity with Aluminum, Monosodium glutamate and acrylamide. The possible mechanisms of cardiotoxicity

Author: BASMA ZAWAWI,
Abstract: Death due to cardiovascular diseases (CVD) is a common worldwide problem. Exposure to environmental pollutants was reported to predispose to the occurrence of CVD. Food might be contaminated during processing or storage by different chemical substances which may impose potential hazards to human health. Food additives are hazardous substances that may be produced during special food processing procedures are well known to induce serious and sometimes fetal complications. This work aimed to review the cardiotoxic effects of some of those chemicals such as Aluminum phosphide, Aluminum chloride, Acrylamide and Monosodium glutamate and throw brief explanation of their underlying pathophysiological mechanism behind their cardiotoxic effects.
Keyword: Heart rate-contractility-Aluminum phosphide- Aluminum chloride-Monosodium glutamate-Acrylamide- ECG-toxicity-mechanism
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.013
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