Key term: lead

Original article 2017;43(4):385-390   pdf full text
The association between blood lead levels and cardiovascular diseases among lead-exposed male workers
Min Y-S, Ahn Y-S
 
Original article 1975;1(1):54-59   pdf
Blood cell delta-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase activity in humans exposed to methylmercury.
Schutz A, Skerfving S
 
Original article 1975;1(3):173-177   pdf
Occupational lead exposure in Finland. IV. The polyvinyl chloride plastic industry.
Tola S
 
Original article 1975;1(3):184-192   pdf
Determination of toxic metals in blood by x-ray fluorescence spectrometry.
Vaasjoki R, Rantanen J
 
Original article 1975;1(4):219-232   pdf
Blood lead levels and erythrocyte delta-amino-levulinic acid dehydratase activity of selected population groups in Helsinki.
Nordman CH, Hernberg S
 
Original article 1976;2(1):31-36   pdf
Occupational lead exposure in Finland. V. Shipyards and shipbreaking.
Tola S, Karskela V
 
Original article 1976;2(2):115-127   pdf
Occupational lead exposure in Finland. VI. Final report.
Tola S, Hernberg S, Vesanto R
 
Original article 1976;2(2):82-86   pdf
X-ray fluorescence analysis of lead in human skeleton in vivo.
Ahlgren L, Lidén K, Mattsson S, Tejning S
 
Original article 1976;2(3):176-184   pdf
Effect of a short, heavy exposure to lead dust upon blood lead level, erythrocyte delta-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase activity and urinary excretion of lead delta-aminolevulinic acid coproporphyrin. Results of a 6-month follow-up of two male subjects.
Schütz A, Skerfving S
 
Original article 1976;2(4):225-231   pdf
Relationships between lead absorption and peripheral nerve conduction velocities in lead workers.
Araki S, Honma T
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