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[Bisphenol A].
Bisphenol A (BPA) is used primarily in the manufacture of epoxy resins and polycarbonate plastics. It can be found in interior coatings for cans and drums, reinforced pipe, adhesives, flooring, waterExpand
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Evaluation of occupational exposure to benzene by urinalysis
Urinary phenol determinations have traditionally been used to monitor high levels of occupational benzene exposure. However, urinary phenol cannot be used to monitor low-level exposures. NewExpand
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Determination of perfluorooctanoic acid and perfluorooctanesulfonate in human tissues by liquid chromatography/single quadrupole mass spectrometry.
A method is described that permits the measurement of the levels of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) in human liver, kidney, adipose tissue, brain, basal ganglia,Expand
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Effect of Active Music Therapy and Individualized Listening to Music on Dementia: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial
To assess the effects of active music therapy (MT) and individualized listening to music (LtM) on behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSDs) in persons with dementia (PWDs).
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Evaluation of urinary biomarkers of exposure to benzene: correlation with blood benzene and influence of confounding factors
Purposetrans,trans-Muconic acid (t,t-MA) is generally considered as a useful biomarker of exposure to benzene. However, because of its lack of specificity, concerns about its value at low level ofExpand
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Importance of genetic polymorphisms of drug-metabolizing enzymes for the interpretation of biomarkers of exposure to styrene
The objective of this study was to test the infiuence of genetic polymorphisms for metabolic enzymes (CYP2E1, mEH, GSTM1 and GSTT1) implicated in the biotransformation of styrene in humans on theExpand
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Exposure to benzene in urban workers: environmental and biological monitoring of traffic police in Rome
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the contribution of traffic fumes to exposure to benzene in urban workers, an investigation on personal exposure to benzene in traffic police from the city of Rome was carriedExpand
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Occupational exposure to antineoplastic drugs in four Italian health care settings.
Exposure assessment of health care workers to antineoplastic drugs (ADs) is still an open issue since new, critical, and emerging factors may put pharmacists who prepare hazardous drugs or nurses whoExpand
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Urinary concentration, environmental concentration, and respiratory uptake of some solvents: effect of the work load.
The physical demands of the workplace differ depending on specific jobs. This implies that workers exposed to the same environmental level of an airborne contaminant can absorb different amounts ofExpand
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An analysis to study trends in occupational exposure to antineoplastic drugs among health care workers.
The use of antineoplastic agents for the treatment of cancer and other non-neoplastic diseases is an increasingly common practice in hospitals. As a result, workers involved with handlingExpand
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