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Perchloroethylene in Alveolar Air, Blood, and Urine as Biologic Indices of Low-Level Exposure
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 closelyExpand
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[Occupational exposure to 50 Hz magnetic fields in workers employed in various jobs].
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
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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 areExpand
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[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 wholeExpand
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[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) andExpand
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[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 heatExpand