Biological versus ambient exposure monitoring of creosote facility workers.

@article{Borak2002BiologicalVA,
  title={Biological versus ambient exposure monitoring of creosote facility workers.},
  author={Jonathan B Borak and Greg Sirianni and Howard Cohen and Susan M Chemerynski and Frans J Jongeneelen},
  journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={310-9}
}
Traditional methods for monitoring occupational creosote exposure have focused on inhalation. However, there is evidence that dermal exposure contributes importantly to total systemic dose, as measured by biological monitoring methods. This study was conducted to further characterize the relationships between inhalation and dermal exposures to creosote, and to compare traditional ambient exposure monitoring versus biological monitoring in 36 creosote-exposed wood treatment workers. Full-shift… CONTINUE READING

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