Key term: occupational exposure

1978;4 suppl 2:253-253   pdf
Two children with central nervous defects born to mothers exposed to styrene at work
Holmberg PC
Discussion paper 2010;36(2):163-179   pdf
Shift work and cancer – considerations on rationale, mechanisms, and epidemiology
Costa G, Haus E, Stevens R
Original article 2010;36(5):373-383   pdf
Mortality from circulatory system diseases and low-level radon exposure in the French cohort study of uranium miners, 1946–1999
Nusinovici S, Vacquier B, Leuraud K, Metz-Flamant C, Caër-Lorho S, Acker A, Laurier D
Original article 1976;2(1):21-26   pdf
Urinary mandelic acid concentration after occupational exposure to styrene and its use as a biological exposure test.
Engström K, Härkönen H, Kalliokoski P, Rantanen J
Original article 1976;2(2):96-106   pdf
Exposure to anesthetic gases and ethanol during work in operating rooms.
Göthe C-J, Övrum P, Hallen B
Original article 1976;2(3):129-139   pdf
Disturbances in psychological functions of workers occupationally exposed to styrene.
Lindström K, Härkönen H, Hernberg S
Original article 1976;2(3):140-146   pdf
Neurophysiological findings among workers occupationally exposed to styrene.
Seppäläinen AM, Härkönen H
Original article 1976;2(3):152-164   pdf
Long-term exposure to jet fuel: an investigation on occupationally exposed workers with special reference to the nervous system.
Knave B, Persson HE, Goldberg JM, Westerholm P
Original article 1977;3(3):109-115   pdf
Statistical evaluation of the results of measurements of occupational exposure to air contaminants. A suggested method of dealing with short-period samples taken during one whole shift when noncompliance with occupational health standards is being determined.
Ulfvarson U
Original article 1977;3(4):212-214   pdf
Central nervous defects in two children of mothers exposed to chemicals in the reinforced plastics industry. Chance or a causal relation?
Holmberg PC
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