Epidemiology of Work Related Diseases, Second Edition

This accomplished, good referenced textual content presents an up-to-the-minute evaluate of what's identified scientifically approximately occupational and environmental reasons of illness, incapacity, and loss of life. it is also info at the medical tools utilized in buying this information, making it a whole reference for either clinicians in occupational drugs, and researchers.

Content:
Chapter 1 Occupational Epidemiology (pages 1–6): Corbett McDonald
Chapter 2 Metals and chemical substances (pages 7–39): Corbett McDonald and Pier Bertazzi
Chapter three Ionising Radiation (pages 41–57): Yutaka Hosoda and Sumiko Sasagawa
Chapter four Electromagnetic Fields (pages 59–84): Gilles Therlault
Chapter five Asbestos (pages 85–108): Corbett McDonald
Chapter 6 Man?Made Mineral Fibres (pages 109–122): Paolo Boffetta
Chapter 7 Silica (pages 123–148): Carl Shy
Chapter eight bronchial asthma (pages 149–174): Anthony Newman Taylor
Chapter nine Dermatoses (pages 175–194): Pieter?Jan Coenraads and Henriette Smit
Chapter 10 Neurobehavioural problems (pages 195–214): Olav Axelson
Chapter eleven Noise and Vibration (pages 215–232): Peter Pelmear
Chapter 12 again and Limb problems (pages 233–265): Hilkka Riihimaki and Eira Viikari?Juntura
Chapter thirteen accidents at paintings (pages 267–281): Craig Zwerling
Chapter 14 paintings pressure (pages 283–308): Benjamin Amick and Stanislav Kasl
Chapter 15 paintings in Agriculture (pages 309–329): James service provider and Stephen Reynolds
Chapter sixteen paintings and being pregnant (pages 331–359): Alison McDonald
Chapter 17 career and Infertility (pages 361–380): Nicola Cherry
Chapter 18 examine layout (pages 381–407): Corbett McDonald and Harvey Checkoway
Chapter 19 evaluation of publicity (pages 409–435): Bruce Case
Chapter 20 size of end result (pages 437–461): Peter Westerholm
Chapter 21 Molecular evaluate of publicity, impression, and impact amendment (pages 463–484): Andrew Povey
Chapter 22 overview of Preventive Measures (pages 485–510): Nicola Cherry
Chapter 23 research and Interpretation (pages 511–532): Geoffrey Berry
Chapter 24 environment Health?Based criteria: From the Occupational to the overall setting (pages 533–537): Anthony Seaton

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