Cardiovascular disease in cotton workers: part I.


Since 1891 the Registrar General for England and Walds has recorded high death rates from cardiovascular diseases among cotton workers. Although the health of the cotton worker has been the subject of numerous investigations, there is no other evidence of either excessive mortality or morbidity from cardiovascular disease in the cotton trades. In this paper… (More)


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@article{Schilling1951CardiovascularDI, title={Cardiovascular disease in cotton workers: part I.}, author={Richard S. F. Schilling and Nelson Goodman}, journal={British journal of industrial medicine}, year={1951}, volume={8 2}, pages={77-90} }