Renal function of chrome-plating workers and welders

@article{Verschoor1988RenalFO,
  title={Renal function of chrome-plating workers and welders},
  author={Marga A. Verschoor and Peter C. Bragt and Rob F. M. Herbert and Reinier L. Zielhuis and Willem C. M. Zwennis},
  journal={International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health},
  year={1988},
  volume={60},
  pages={67-70}
}
SummaryThe influence of occupational exposure to water-soluble chromium (VI) on renal function was examined. In male chrome-plating workers (n = 29), stainless steel welders (n = 45), boilermakers (n = 18) and a control group of workers (n = 71), the level of chromium in the urine (Cr-U), the chromium clearance, and sensitive renal function parameters were determined. The glomerular-function parameters of the chrome-plating workers (Cr-U 1 to 34 μg/g crest) and welders (Cr-U 1 to 62 μg/g… CONTINUE READING

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