Any UW-Madison student is eligible to use Survivor Services and our Women’s Health Clinic
Exposure to waste anesthetic gases may occur during animal surgeries and has been associated with reproductive hazards, chronic cardiovascular and respiratory effects, and acute liver and kidney damage.
- EOH at firstname.lastname@example.org provides anesthetic gas monitoring, hazard assessment and guidance on minimizing exposures.
- Occupational Medicine schedules 608-265-5610 occupational medicine consults and respirator fit tests.
- RARC offers procedural trainings.