Continuous exposure to low‐frequency noise and carbon disulfide: Combined effects on hearing

  title={Continuous exposure to low‐frequency noise and carbon disulfide: Combined effects on hearing},
  author={Thomas Venet and Maria Carreres-Pons and Monique Chalansonnet and Aur{\'e}lie Thomas and Lise Merlen and Herv{\'e} Nunge and {\'E}lodie Bonfanti and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Cosnier and Jordi Llorens and Pierre Campo},
Effects of co-exposure to CS2 and noise on hearing and balance in rats: continuous versus intermittent CS2 exposures
It is confirmed that CS2 exposure exerts two differential temporary effects on hearing: it attenuates the noise-induced DPOAE decrease below 6 kHz probably through action on the middle ear reflex when exposure lasts 15 min per hour, and continuous exposure to 250 ppm for 6‬h extends the frequency range affected by noise up to 9.6‬kHz.
Sound-stress-induced altered nociceptive behaviors are associated with increased spinal CRFR2 gene expression in a rat model of burn injury
SS is capable of exacerbating postburn thermal pain, which is linked to increased CRFR2 gene expression in the spinal cord, and future studies have to delineate whether attenuation ofCRFR2 signaling at the spinal level prevents stress-induced exacerbation of burn pain.
Emission evaluation of carbon disulfide from rubber surfaces in small environmental chambers
Carbon disulfide (CS2) emitted from rubber surfaces was determined by TD-GC-MS. Simulated with 60 L environmental chambers, the emission characteristics of CS2 from rubber surfaces were investigated.
Low-Frequency Noise and Its Main Effects on Human Health—A Review of the Literature between 2016 and 2019
The authors gratefully acknowledge CAPES/Brazil (Process: BEX1684-13/2) for the financial support granted though a doctorate scholarship, the Project Lab2PT-Landscape, Heritage and Territory
Effects of Toxic Stimuli Combinations on Determination of Exposure Limits
This chapter discusses single stressor studies, multiple stressor Studies, and types of Combination Effects that have been studied over a period of years.


Carbon disulfide potentiates the effects of impulse noise on the organ of Corti
Cochlear injuries induced by the combined exposure to noise and styrene
Hearing loss in workers exposed to carbon disulfide and noise.
It is suggested that CS(2) exposure enhances human hearing loss in a noisy environment and mainly affects hearing in lower frequencies.
Effects of chronic carbon disulfide inhalation on sensory and motor function in the rat.
Effects of industrial solvents on hearing and balance: a review.
Exposure to industrial solvents or to industrial Solvents and noise can have an adverse effect on hearing and balance, and findings show that both the peripheral and central auditory pathways can be affected.
Acrylonitrile potentiates hearing loss and cochlear damage induced by moderate noise exposure in rats.
Changes in auditory brainstem response in rats chronically exposed to carbon disulfide
The delayed latency of ABR observed in rats exposed to 800 ppm CS2 suggested a conduction dysfunction in the brainstem due to CS2 exposure, and recovery from the latencies of the three components and IPLs of ABr was observed by the end of the recovery period.