Has known Side Effects
This is often the result of long or short term medication use. The same medication can have a range of side effects ranging from none at all to totally debilitating symptoms within different individuals. Reasons for this include individual genetics, individual detoxification capacity, nutrition status, duration of use and total number of medications being taken.
It becomes very difficult to establish clear causes of symptoms when multiple medications are being taken at once.
See SIDE EFFECTS LINKOUT at end of this profile.
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- CATEGORIES: Chemicals detected in flowback and produced water - collectively referred to as - hydraulic fracturing wastewater | Indirect Additives Used in Food Contact Substances | A Hazardous Substance that may be found in the Australian Workplace | Medication or Drug | Psychiatric Drug - Mood Stabilizers
- SUBSTANCE LINEAGE:
- SYNONYMS: Actilitio, Biogam Li, Cabalex, Cade, Calith, Camcolit, Carbolim, Carbolit, Carbolith, Carbolithium, Carbolitium, Carbonato de Litio, Carbonato Litio, Carbopax AP, Carboron, Carlit, Ceglution, Ceglutión, Cibalith, Contemnol, Demalit, Dynelem Li, Duralith, Efalith, Elcab, Eskalit, Eskalith, Eutimin, Frimania, Gammadyn, Granions de lithium, Hypnorex, Hyponrex, Kalitium, Karlit, Kilonum, Lentolith, Leukominerase, LGL, Li 450, Licab, Licarb, Licarbium, Lidin, Lilipin, Li-Liquid, Lilitin, Limanie, Limas, Liskonum, Litard, Litarex, L:ithan, Lithane, Lithea, Litheum, Lithicarb, Lithii Carbonas, Lithiofor, Lithionate, Lithionit, Lithium, Lithiumchlorid, Lithiumkarbonat, Lithiumorotat, Lithiun, Lithizine, Lithmax, Lithobid, Lithocap, Lithocarb, Litho-Carb, Lithioderm, Lithomyl, Lithonate, Lithosun, Lithotabs, Lithuril, Liticar, Liticarb, Litilent, Litija Karbonat, Litij-karbonat, Litijum karbonat, Litil, Litilent, Litin Capsule, Litinat, Litio, Litio Carbonato, Litiocar, Litja Oxibutirat, Lito, Litocarb, Litoduron, Litionato, Litu, Manialit, Manialith, Maniprex, Mikroplex Lithium, Milithin, Neurolepsin, Neurolithium, Oligosol Li, Oligostim, Phanate, Phasal, Plenur, Pregin, Priadel, Prolix, Psicolit, Quilonium, Quilonorm, Quilonum, Rhen "Loges", Sedaplus, Sicolitio, Teralithe, Theralite; component of Amilit, Otofa sol auric, Solupred, Togal
- DESCRIPTION: Has been used in CSG, Hydraulic Fracturing Operations (Fracking) as - Unknown
From Safe Work Australia and the Hazardous Substances Information System (HSIS) in Australia:
In contact with water releases flammable gases which may ignite spontaneously. Causes severe skin burns and eye damage | | A Hazardous Substance that may be found in the Australian Workplace. Check with your employer or health and safety officer. Stay informed and become aware of the dangers that surround you. This chemical is included on the list of recognised hazardous chemicals from the Safe Work Australia - Hazardous Substances Information System (HSIS) that is based on the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)
Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations are the basis for hazardous chemicals regulations in Commonwealth, State and Territory jurisdictions in Australia. Under the model WHS Regulations, manufacturers and importers of substances, mixtures and articles supplied for use in workplaces are required to determine whether they are hazardous to health and safety before supply. The model WHS Regulations mandate that the hazards of a chemical as determined by the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) must be included in safety data sheets and on labels. There are transitional arrangements in place for moving to the GHS-based system.
The GHS Hazardous Chemical Information List contains chemicals classified by an authoritative source (such as the European Commission or NICNAS) in accordance with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (the GHS). This list contains the vast majority of chemicals currently in HSIS. This list and its detail are regularly updated by Work Safe Australia. The model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations require chemicals to be classified in accordance with the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). However transitional arrangements allow use of classification information in HSIS derived from the Approved Criteria until the 31 December 2016.
- DATA SOURCES: DATA SOURCES: ARTICLE 4 | PubChem | EPA in USA | FDA Indirect Food Additives | Safe Work Australia - Hazardous Substances Information System (HSIS) | Drugbank | Peter Lehmann Psychiatric Drugs List
- LAST UPDATE: 28/04/2018
Mostly focused on Health Implications of Long Term Exposure to this substance
- POSSIBLE HEALTH CONSEQUENCES:
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- Additional Exposure Routes: SEE MEDICATION SIDE EFFECTS
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