Spontaneous abortions among nickel-exposed female refinery workers

@article{Vaktskjold2008SpontaneousAA,
  title={Spontaneous abortions among nickel-exposed female refinery workers},
  author={A. Vaktskjold and L. Talykova and V. Chashchin and J. Odland and E. Nieboer},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Health Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={115 - 99}
}
A case-control study to investigate whether women employed in nickel-exposed work areas in early pregnancy are at elevated risk of spontaneous abortion (SA). Data about pregnancy outcome and maternal factors were obtained about each delivery and SA from women in selected work places. Each pregnancy record was assigned a categorical nickel (Ni) exposure rating according to the women's occupations at pregnancy onset. The guidelines were the water-soluble Ni subfraction of the inhalable aerosol… Expand
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