Sonam R.Sanap, Akash B.Avhad, Bhushan G.Sanap, Veneshwar D.Nagare, Bhushan C.Thore
Pharmaceuticals, environmental, impurities, side products, elimination.
Pharmaceuticals and cosmetic products are an essential component of contemporary healthcare systems and are dispersed into the environment in a variety of ways. Their presence in soil and the aquatic environment offers a number of eco-toxicological issues due to their innate biological activity. Numerous international organizations, including the WHO and EPA, have acknowledged that antibiotic contamination of soil and water sources is contributing to the emergence of microbial resistance to antibiotics. The pharmaceutical industry and healthcare professionals need to follow green and sustainable pharmaceutical practices, and better remediation/bioremediation techniques are among the effective actions that need to be implemented in this regard. This chapter describes the many predicted pathways of pharmaceutical exposure to the environment, as well as the harmful outcomes, destiny, and degradation in aquatic systems.
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Unique Paper ID: 157184

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 281 - 287
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