Experimental exposure to toluene in combination with ethanol intake. Psychophysiological functions.

@article{Iregren1986ExperimentalET,
  title={Experimental exposure to toluene in combination with ethanol intake. Psychophysiological functions.},
  author={Anders Iregren and Torbj{\"o}rn {\AA}kerstedt and B Anshelm Olson and F. Gamberale},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health},
  year={1986},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={128-36}
}
Effects of experimental exposure to toluene (3.2 mmol/m3, ie, 300 mg/m3) for 4.5 h and ethanol ingestion (15 mmol/kg) on the results of four performance tests, symptoms, mood, and physiological indices of wakefulness were studied in 12 male volunteers. Toluene exposure produced symptoms like headache and local irritation, as well as a weak depression of heart rate during rest, but did not reduce performance capability. Ethanol ingestion impaired performance on two of the tests and also… CONTINUE READING

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