Literature review: dermal monitoring data for pesticide exposure assessment of farm workers

@article{Garzia2018LiteratureRD,
  title={Literature review: dermal monitoring data for pesticide exposure assessment of farm workers},
  author={Nichole A. Garzia and John J. Spinelli and Carolyn Gotay and Kay Teschke},
  journal={Journal of Agromedicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={23},
  pages={187 - 214}
}
ABSTRACT Objective: To conduct a literature review to determine the types of information that existing dermal pesticide monitoring data could provide for future pesticide exposure assessment in occupational epidemiology. Methods: A systematic literature search was performed on eight online databases. Two screening phases with predetermined criteria identified the qualifying literature. Standard information and dermal pesticide monitoring data were recorded and summarized from each qualifying… 

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