Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • gesprek met een nieuwe cliënt
  • the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)





  1. Ingestion
  2. Ingestion hazards
  3. Poisoning from substances (ingestion, inhalation, dermal)
  4. products must contain deterrents for ingestion.’
  5. Furthermore, products should contain deterrents for ingestion.
  6. Person gets into contact with contaminated product by ingestion, inhalation or skin contact
  7. Aspiration of a substance or mixture can occur as it is vomited following ingestion.
  8. Bronchial tube Deep injuries in organs (liver, kidney, bowel, etc.) Ingestion — —
  9. It is corrosive to skin and eyes and toxic by inhalation and ingestion
  10. Colourless liquid, decomposes in aqueous solution. It is corrosive to skin and eyes and toxic by inhalation and ingestion
  11. Ingestion of, or exposure to, a substance (such as cyanide, lead, mercury, gold) that may be transmitted to recipients in a dose that could endanger their health.
  12. This has consequences for labelling, particularly where, due to acute toxicity, a recommendation may be considered to induce vomiting after ingestion.
  13. Individual intoxications have been reported, resulting from ingestion of feed material originating from polluted areas or accidental ingestions of lead sources.
  14. chemical hazard, such as a toxic substance that can poison a consumer immediately upon ingestion, or a carcinogenic substance that can cause cancer in the long term.
  15. Subdivide the information according to the different routes of exposure, i.e. inhalation, skin and eye contact and ingestion, under different subheadings.