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Perchloroethylene in Alveolar Air, Blood, and Urine as Biologic Indices of Low-Level Exposure
- F. Gobba, E. Righi, G. Fantuzzi, L. Roccatto, G. Predieri, G. Aggazzotti
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of occupational and environmental…
- 1 November 2003
Learning ObjectivesDiscuss the epidemiological aspects of perchloroethylene (PCE) pollution and its potential to cause disease and the indices for monitoring PCE exposure.Report on how closely… Expand
[Occupational exposure to 50 Hz magnetic fields in workers employed in various jobs].
- F. Gobba, L. Roccatto, A. M. Vandelli, G. Besutti, R. Ghersi, O. Nicolini
- La Medicina del lavoro
- 1 November 2004
BACKGROUND Information on occupational exposure to ELF magnetic fields (MF) in workers is largely insufficient, and is mostly based on results obtained in Scandinavian countries and North America.… Expand
No association between occupational exposure to ELF magnetic field and urinary 6-sulfatoximelatonin in workers.
A suppression in melatonin secretion is one of the mechanisms proposed to explain the possible adverse effects of extremely low frequency magnetic fields (ELF-MF), but the results of research are… Expand
[Levels of occupational exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields among workers in different jobs].
Using personal dosimeters, occupational exposure to ELF-MF was measured in 150 workers employed in 28 different occupations. The main results are presented. The overall arithmetical mean in the whole… Expand
[Sister chromatid exchange (SCE)and high-frequency cells in workers professionally exposed to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields (ELF)].
BACKGROUND Up now no firm conclusions can be drawn on the genotoxicity of Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Magnetic Fields (MF) in exposed workers: both an increase in chromosomal aberrations (CA) and… Expand
Natural killer activity in workers exposed to various levels of Extremely Low Frequency-Electromagnetic Fields (ELF-EMF)
Colpo di calore in ambito lavorativo: descrizione di un caso con esito fatale.
[Heat stroke in the workplace: description of a case with fatal outcome].
BACKGROUND Heat exposure represents an occupational risk factor in various work settings. Adverse effects may range from mild symptoms, like muscular cramps, to life threatening conditions, like heat… Expand
Aspetti di legislazione in materia di prevenzione e tutela della salute del personale sanitario.