Comprehensive Biological Monitoring to Assess Isocyanates and Solvents Exposure in the NSW Australia Motor Vehicle Repair Industry

@article{Hu2017ComprehensiveBM,
  title={Comprehensive Biological Monitoring to Assess Isocyanates and Solvents Exposure in the NSW Australia Motor Vehicle Repair Industry},
  author={J. Hu and Phillip A. Cantrell and Aklesh Nand},
  journal={Annals of Work Exposures and Health},
  year={2017},
  volume={61},
  pages={1015–1023}
}
  • J. Hu, Phillip A. Cantrell, Aklesh Nand
  • Published 2017
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Annals of Work Exposures and Health
  • Urethane products that contain isocyanates are extensively used in the motor vehicle repair (MVR) industry and other industries such as furniture and cabinet-making as two-pack spray paints, clears, and adhesives. Attention has recently been refocussed on isocyanate-containing chemicals, particularly in paints. The spray painters in the MVR industry had a propensity to develop industrial asthma at a rate 80 times higher than the general public, which was previously reported in the UK. To track… CONTINUE READING
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