Key term: occupational exposure

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
 
Review 1979;5(2):71-90   pdf
Toluene. A toxicologic review.
Cohr Karl-Heinz, Stokholm J
 
Original article 1979;5(2):91-99   pdf
The case-referent (case-control) study in occupational health epidemiology.
Axelson O
 
Original article 1979;5(4):328-332   pdf
Congenital defects and occupational factors. A comparison of different methodological approaches.
Holmberg PC, Hernberg S
 
Review 1980;6(2):85-93   pdf
Anesthetic gases as an occupational hazard--a review.
Edling C
 
Original article 1980;6(2):104-111   pdf
Breath concentration as an index of the health risk from benzene. Studies on the accumulation and clearance of inhaled benzene.
Berlin M, Gage JC, Gullberg B, Holm S, Knutsson P, Eng C, Tunek A
 
1981;7 suppl 4:20-27   pdf
A cross-sectional medical and industrial hygiene survey of workers exposed to carbon disulfide.
Fajen J, Albright B, Leffingwell SS
 
Original article 1981;7(1):38-44   pdf
A rapid method for the selective analysis of total urinary metabolites of inorganic arsenic.
Norin H, Vahter M
 
Original article 1981;7(2):95-100   pdf
Formaldehyde exposure in work and the general environment. Occurrence and possibilities for prevention.
Niemelä R, Vainio H
 
Original article 1981;7(4):298-301   pdf
Occupationally related lead exposure in the general population. A population study of 40-year-old men.
Grandjean P, Hollnagel H, Olsen NB
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