Coronary risk factors in men occupationally exposed to vibration and noise.

Abstract

In a group of 481 men (group A) exposed occupationally to vibration (exceeding by four times the permissible levels in the frequency band 32-64-125 Hz) and noise (105-116 dB), and in a group of 303 men without contact with vibration and noise at work (reference group R) the prevalence of coronary risk factors was assessed. Socioeconomic status, level of… (More)

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