Hematological Evidence of Occupational Exposure to Chemicals and Other Factors among Auto-Repair Workers in Rawalpindi, Pakistan

@inproceedings{Kamal2012HematologicalEO,
  title={Hematological Evidence of Occupational Exposure to Chemicals and Other Factors among Auto-Repair Workers in Rawalpindi, Pakistan},
  author={Atif Kamal and Riffat Naseem Malik},
  booktitle={Osong public health and research perspectives},
  year={2012}
}
OBJECTIVES Occupational exposure to aromatic solvents causes many serious health hazards to workers, especially if an ambient environment increases the exposure during routine working hours. This study was conducted on two related groups, i.e., automobile mechanics (MCs) and automobile spray painters (PNs), with an effort to analyze effects of chemical exposure on hematological parameters, keeping a focus on environmental parameters and workers' personal behavioral characteristics that could be… CONTINUE READING
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