Key term: lead

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
 
Original article 1979;5(4):336-344   pdf
The battle against occupational lead poisoning in Finland. Experiences during the 15-year period 1964--1978.
Hernberg S, Tola S
 
Original article 1980;6(4):306-311   pdf
The ceramics industry and lead poisoning. Lead poisoning in relation to technology and jobs.
De Rosa E, Brighenti F, Rossi A, Caroldi S, Gori GP, Chiesura P
 
Original article 1980;6(4):312-315   pdf
The ceramics industry and lead poisoning. Long-term testing.
De Rosa E, Rossi A, Toffolo D, Brighenti F, Rosa A, Caroldi S
 
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
 
Review 1989;15(4):245-264   pdf
Cardiovascular diseases and the work environment. A critical review of the epidemiologic literature on chemical factors.
Kristensen TS
 
Short communication 2001;27(5):343-345   pdf
Occupational exposure to carcinogens in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Czech Republic in 1997
Kauppinen T, Pajarskiene B, Podniece Z, Rjazanov V, Smerhovsky Z, Veidebaum T, Leino T
 
Article 1999;25 suppl 3:40-64   pdf
Environmental health in the Baltic region -- toxic metals
Skerfving S, Bencko V, Vahter M, Schütz A, Gerhardsson L
 
Original article 1997;23(1):15-23   pdf
Mortality of Italian lead smelter workers
Cocco P, Hua F, Boffetta P, Carta P, Flore C, Flore V, Onnis A, Picchiri GF, Colin D
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