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III . Results And Disscussion 3 . 1 Demonstration Spray Painting Exposure on Lung function of Painters at Studied Painting Workshops

@inproceedings{Hagras2017IIIR,
  title={III . Results And Disscussion 3 . 1 Demonstration Spray Painting Exposure on Lung function of Painters at Studied Painting Workshops},
  author={A. Hagras and M. El-Gammal and Abeer E Abdrabouh and Nesreen M. Essam},
  year={2017}
}
  • A. Hagras, M. El-Gammal, +1 author Nesreen M. Essam
  • Published 2017
  • Vehicle and furniture painting workers are artisan that could be occupationally at risk hazardous attributed to the chemical composition of paints. The present study was focusing on occupational air pollution found in spray painting workshops to evaluate the health hazards that might generate from paints. Hence, the prospective study was conducted to demonstrate the risk health effects to airborne particles and solvents of painting on lung functions of exposed painters in the car and furniture… CONTINUE READING

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