Neurobehavioral disturbances arising from occupational toluene exposure.

@article{Chouanire2002NeurobehavioralDA,
  title={Neurobehavioral disturbances arising from occupational toluene exposure.},
  author={Dominique Chouani{\`e}re and Pascal Wild and Jack J. Fontana and Michel H{\'e}ry and Maryvonne Fournier and Vincent Baudin and Isabelle Subra and Dominique Rousselle and Jean-Paul Toamain and Sylvie Saurin and Marie-Rose Ardiot},
  journal={American journal of industrial medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={77-88}
}
BACKGROUND Neurotoxicity of long-term exposure to toluene is known at higher levels than 50 ppm and is suspected at lower levels. METHODS A cross-sectional study carried out in two printing plants on 129 blue collar workers explored such a low level exposure of toluene. With 231 samples of ambient air, toluene concentration was estimated from 0 to 18 ppm in Plant A (offset) and from 2 to 27 ppm in Plant B (heliogravure). Outside any period of acute exposure, the workers answered a self… CONTINUE READING

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