88 results match your criteria Plant Poisoning Resins


Hot rolling sludge incineration: Suppression of PCDD/Fs by spent anion exchange resins.

J Hazard Mater 2018 Feb 24;343:149-156. Epub 2017 Jul 24.

State Key Laboratory of Clean Energy Utilization, Institute for Thermal Power Engineering, Zhejiang University, China. Electronic address:

Steel industry is the main industrial source of 'dioxins', i.e. polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDD) and dibenzofurans (PCDF). Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2017.07.032DOI Listing
February 2018
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A lethal danger in the home: turpentine poisoning.

Turk J Pediatr 2015 Mar-Apr;57(2):177-9

Department of Pediatrics, Ondokuz Mayıs University Faculty of Medicine, Samsun, Turkey.

Turpentine is an oleoresin obtained from various species of pine. In turpentine poisoning, various signs and symptoms of toxicity may develop, including hematuria, renal failure, loss of vision, chest pain, vomiting, severe coughing, gastroesophageal hemorrhage, hypotension, swelling of the throat and even death. We report a case of turpentine ingestion in a 9-year-old boy. Read More

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August 2016
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Enrichment and purification of total flavonoids from Cortex Juglandis Mandshuricae extracts and their suppressive effect on carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatic injury in Mice.

J Chromatogr B Analyt Technol Biomed Life Sci 2015 Dec 9;1007:8-17. Epub 2015 Nov 9.

School of Pharmaceutical Engineering, Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, Shenyang, Liaoning Province 110016, PR China. Electronic address:

In the present work, a simple and efficient chromatographic separation method was developed for preparative separation and enrichment of total flavonoids (TFs) from Cortex Juglandis Mandshuricae (CJM) extracts and then the protective effect of TFs against CCl4-induced acute liver injury in mice was investigated. Enrichment and purification of TFs from CJM extracts were studied using six macroporous resins and HPD-750 resin was selected as the best resin according to its adsorption and desorption properties. The operating parameters of resin column chromatography were optimized. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jchromb.2015.10.019DOI Listing
December 2015
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Marijuana poisoning.

Top Companion Anim Med 2013 Feb;28(1):8-12

VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital, Denver, CO, USA.

The plant Cannabis sativa has been used for centuries for the effects of its psychoactive resins. The term "marijuana" typically refers to tobacco-like preparations of the leaves and flowers. The plant contains more than 400 chemicals but the cannabinoid δ-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the major psychoactive constituent. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1053/j.tcam.2013.03.004DOI Listing
February 2013
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Reproductive responses of male fathead minnows exposed to wastewater treatment plant effluent, effluent treated with XAD8 resin, and an environmentally relevant mixture of alkylphenol compounds.

Aquat Toxicol 2007 Apr 28;82(1):36-46. Epub 2007 Jan 28.

U.S. Geological Survey, 3215 Marine Street, Boulder, CO 80303, USA.

On-site, continuous-flow experiments were conducted during August and October 2002 at a major metropolitan wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) to determine if effluent exposure induced endocrine disruption as manifested in the reproductive competence of sexually mature male fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas). The fathead minnows were exposed in parallel experiments to WWTP effluent and WWTP effluent treated with XAD8 macroreticular resin to remove the hydrophobic-neutral fraction which contained steroidal hormones, alkylphenolethoxylates (APEs), and other potential endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs). The effluent composition varied on a temporal scale and the continuous-flow experiments captured the range of chemical variability that occurred during normal WWTP operations. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2007.01.003DOI Listing
April 2007
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Protection by turmeric and myrrh against liver oxidative damage and genotoxicity induced by lead acetate in mice.

Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol 2006 Jan;98(1):32-7

Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria Univerity Research Development, Alexandria, Egypt.

The effects of lead acetate in the diet (0.5% w/w) on reduced GSH, activity of phase II metabolizing enzyme glutathione S-transferase (GST), lipid peroxidation in liver homogenate and bone marrow chromosomes of mice simultaneously supplemented with powdered turmeric and myrrh for 8 weeks were investigated. Five groups of Swiss male albino mice, each of 30 mice, the first group received a basal diet and served as negative control, the second group received basal diet supplemented with lead acetate only and served as positive control. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1742-7843.2006.pto_228.xDOI Listing
January 2006
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Evaluation of hepatoprotective potential of propolis extract in carbon tetrachloride induced liver injury in rats.

Indian J Biochem Biophys 2005 Oct;42(5):321-5

School of Studies in Zoology, Jiwaji University, Gwalior (MP), India.

Propolis (bee glue), a resinous wax-like beehive product has been used since ancient times for its pharmaceutical properties. In the present study, the ethanolic extract of propolis (50, 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg, p.o. Read More

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October 2005
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A bitter tale.

Authors:
Michael M Ritter

N Engl J Med 2005 Jan;352(1):97-8; author reply 97-8

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January 2005
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N-nitrosodimethylamine: a disinfectant byproduct and its occurrence in wastewater.

Water Environ Res 2004 Jul-Aug;76(4):316-26

Tetra Tech MPS, Detroit, Michigan, USA.

This paper will provide wastewater treatment utility professionals with a comprehensive synthesis of information pertinent to N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) so that plant operators can make informed and cost-effective decisions regarding appropriate management techniques. A suspect disinfection byproduct, NDMA is a potential carcinogen and is presently under scrutiny from the U.S. Read More

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January 2005
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Poisoning in children 4: household products, plants, and mushrooms.

Arch Dis Child 2002 Nov;87(5):403-6

Department of Pediatrics, Yale University Medical School, USA.

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1763064PMC
November 2002
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The application of kudzu as a medium for the adsorption of heavy metals from dilute aqueous wastestreams.

Bioresour Technol 2001 Jun;78(2):195-201

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa 35487-0205, USA.

This study assessed the use of kudzu (Pueraria lobata ohwi) as a medium for the capture of copper, cadmium, and zinc from low concentration solutions. The rate and extent of uptake was studied using a system of standardized batch adsorbers under steady-state and transient-rate conditions. All plant components were tested. Read More

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June 2001
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Resin hemoperfusion in the treatment of drug intoxication. 1970.

Ther Apher 2000 Apr;4(2):117-23

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April 2000
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Oleander poisoning treated by resin haemoperfusion.

J Indian Med Assoc 1996 Apr;94(4):149-50

Department of Internal Medicine, Rebro University Hospital, School of Medicine, Zagreb, Croatia.

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April 1996
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[Lethal mercury poisoning due to ingestion of merthiolate].

Rev Hosp Clin Fac Med Sao Paulo 1990 Sep-Oct;45(5):216-8

UTI de Choque Hospital das Clínicas e Laboratório de Pesquisa Básica LIM HC/FMUSP.

A case of mercurial poisoning caused by ingestion of an organic mercurial compound, thimerosal, found in local antiseptic solutions. The clinical picture consisted of grave neurological symptoms which were not reversed by penicillamine and resin administration despite rapid plasma level reduction of mercury. We call attention to this case because of the widespread availability of antiseptic solutions containing mercurial compounds and alcohol. Read More

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March 1992
6 Reads

Contact dermatitis from propolis.

Contact Dermatitis 1987 Feb;16(2):110-1

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February 1987
10 Reads

Diacetylchitin coated resin hemoperfusion in dog acute pentobarbital intoxication.

Chin Med J (Engl) 1986 Nov;99(11):924-6

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November 1986
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[Resin hemoperfusion in the treatment of severe hypnotic intoxication].

Authors:
J Zhao

Zhonghua Hu Li Za Zhi 1986 Oct;21(7):312-4

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October 1986
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Imipramine poisoning in a child: lack of efficacy of resin hemoperfusion.

Pediatr Emerg Care 1985 Dec;1(4):201-4

A three-year-old boy ingested up to 1,500 mg of the tricyclic antidepressant imipramine (Tofranil). He entered our facility within two hours of discovery, and multiple resuscitative efforts, which proved unsuccessful, followed. Resin hemoperfusion was used in an effort to remove imipramine from the systemic circulation. Read More

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December 1985
5 Reads

Resin haemoperfusion for quinine poisoning.

Authors:
A Heath

Lancet 1985 May;1(8439):1224

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May 1985
3 Reads

[Resin hemoperfusion for acute pentobarbital intoxication in rats and rabbits].

Authors:
Z N Lu Z H Cai Z G Wu

Zhongguo Yao Li Xue Bao 1984 Dec;5(4):281-5

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December 1984
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Evaluating exposures to plants.

Clin Lab Med 1984 Sep;4(3):603-14

Most clinical problems due to plant exposures result from experimentation with or overt abuse of plant parts and extracts. Plant exposures may present as complex pharmacologic problems that challenge the diagnostic and therapeutic skills of the physician. Although specific physiologic antagonists (antidotes) may exist for specific intoxications, basic decontamination and supportive techniques are often all that may be offered. Read More

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September 1984
6 Reads

Evaluating exposures to plants.

Emerg Med Clin North Am 1984 Feb;2(1):133-44

Exposures to plants generate an exceptional amount of public concern, especially plant ingestions by children. Most clinical problems, however, involve older age groups as a result of experimentation with or overt abuse of plant parts and extracts. Of mounting concern is the sometimes uninformed and massive use of herbal preparations, currently widely available and in popular vogue. Read More

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February 1984
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Benefit of hemoperfusion in acute theophylline intoxication.

J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1984 ;22(5):411-24

Charcoal and resin hemoperfusion or hemodialysis can accelerate theophylline elimination. Their benefit in the treatment of poisoned patients has been accepted on the basis of case reports. We reviewed the treatment of 26 patients with acute theophylline intoxication to determine how much of an effect hemoperfusion or hemodialysis had on the hospital course and outcome of the overdose. Read More

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April 1985
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Severe amitriptyline intoxication and the use of charcoal hemoperfusion.

Clin Pharm 1983 Jan-Feb;2(1):85-8

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October 1983
6 Reads

Clinical and immunologic evaluation of trimellitic anhydride workers in multiple industrial settings.

J Allergy Clin Immunol 1982 Jul;70(1):15-8

This article described our clinical and immunologic experience in assessing workers exposed to trimellitic anhydride (TMA) in three industrial settings. Since 1977 we have had engaged in a prospective study of workers involved at the site of manufacture of TMA. These studies demonstrate that serologic measurements of total antibody to trimellityl human serum albumin (TM-HSA) and IgE antibody to TM-HSA are predictive of the development of an immunologically mediated respiratory illness and are useful in monitoring workers removed from TMA exposure, in identifying asymptomatic workers who may be at risk in the future, and in defining the nature of sensitization of the work force. Read More

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July 1982
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Hemoperfusion for imipramine overdose: elimination of active metabolites.

J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1982 May;19(3):239-48

The serum concentrations of imipramine and its pharmacologically active metabolites were followed during resin hemoperfusion for imipramine overdose. The initial serum concentration of 2-hydroxy-imipramine plus 2-hydroxy-desipramine was 13.3% of the total tricyclic antidepressant level (imipramine + desipramine + hydroxymetabolites). Read More

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May 1982
6 Reads

Forward on hemoperfusion and artificial cells.

Authors:
T M Chang

Contrib Nephrol 1982 ;29:3-6

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July 1982
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In vitro assessment of charcoal and resin hemoadsorbents.

Contrib Nephrol 1982 ;29:23-33

An in vitro assessment has been made of the blood compatibility and efficiency of different charcoal and resin hemoadsorbents. The charcoals vary in source, shape, size, nature and amount of polymer coating. The resins are the macroreticular adsorbents XAD-4 and Y56 and a carbonized resin. Read More

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July 1982
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Role of chelating agents in metal toxicity.

Fundam Appl Toxicol 1981 Sep-Oct;1(5):376-80

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October 1983
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Treatment of Methaqualone overdose with resin hemoperfusion.

Yale J Biol Med 1981 Mar-Apr;54(2):147-50

We recently utilized the technique of resin hemoperfusion (employing an Amberlite XAD-4 resin cartridge) to remove drug from a patient i deep coma after an estimated ingestion of greater than 4.5 grams of methaqualone. At plasma flow rates of 204 ml/min, the mean value for plasma clearance of methaqualone was 179 ml/min. Read More

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2595855PMC
October 1981
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Severe meprobamate intoxication treated by hemoperfusion over amberlite resin.

Authors:
L G Freund

Artif Organs 1981 Feb;5(1):80-1

A 36-year-old female was treated successfully by hemoperfusion over Amberlite XAD-4 resin after ingestion of 40 gm of meprobamate. Hemoperfusion was started five hours after the ingestion. At that time the patient was in deep coma. Read More

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February 1981
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Resin hemoperfusion for ethchlorvynol.

Ann Intern Med 1980 Mar;92(3):436-7

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March 1980
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Resin hemoperfusion for ethchlorvynol.

Ann Intern Med 1980 Mar;92(3):435-6

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March 1980
5 Reads

Resin haemoperfusion in tricyclic antidepressant poisoning.

Authors:
P Crome B Widdop

Lancet 1980 Feb;1(8163):306-7

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February 1980
5 Reads

Respiratory morbidity in workers exposed to dust containing phenolic resin.

Int Arch Occup Environ Health 1980 ;45(3):221-9

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September 1980
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Resin hemoperfusion for treatment of ethchlorvynol overdose.

Ann Intern Med 1979 Oct;91(4):549-53

Hemoperfusion has been increasingly used to treat drug intoxication. Although efficient extraction rates have been reported with hemoperfusion devices, simultaneous measurements of drug adsorption on the columns and endogenous clearance rates have not been made. We studied three patients who ingested 12 to 22 g of ethchlorvynol (Placidyl). Read More

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October 1979
11 Reads

Detection of rosin in stomach wash in a case of rosin intoxication. A case report.

Forensic Sci Int 1979 Mar-Apr;13(2):133-5

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August 1979
2 Reads

Camphor intoxication treated by resin hemoperfusion.

JAMA 1979 Feb;241(7):727-8

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February 1979
4 Reads

Hemoperfusion in the management of digoxin toxicity.

JAMA 1978 Dec;240(25):2736-7

Resin hemoperfusion was used in a long-term dialysis patient who inadvertently ingested a quadruple dose of digoxin for five days. Severe gastrointestinal symptoms improved, and impressive plasma digoxin clearances were observed. Cellulose-coated activated charcoal was used in another patient who had ingested a massive dose of digoxin. Read More

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December 1978
4 Reads

Resin hemoperfusion in acute digoxin intoxication.

JAMA 1978 Dec;240(25):2731

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December 1978
4 Reads

Detoxication methods for bromureide poisoning. Comparison of haemodialysis, haemofiltration and haemoperfusion on bastard dogs.

Arch Toxicol 1978 Oct;41(1):61-7

The efficiency of different detoxication methods for Carbromal intoxications was evaluated on bastard dogs using haemofiltration, haemodialysis and haemoperfusion with coated charcoal and polystyrene resins. Clearance rates and eliminated amounts of Carbromal and bromine were compared. Haemoperfusion is most effective in the elimination of Carbromal and haemodialysis for removal of bromide ions. Read More

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October 1978
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Isolation of drugs from blood and tissues with XAD-2 bags.

Forensic Sci 1978 Jul-Aug;12(1):73-82

Nylon bags containing 2-g portions of Amberlite XAD-2 resin were used for systematic analysis of drugs in biosamples. The procedure requires 10 or less grams of material, two XAD-2 bags, and enables rapid and economical isolation of most common drugs. The method was demonstrated on autopsy blood spiked withe 19 of the most common drugs, and was routinely used in cases of fatal and non-fatal poisoning. Read More

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January 1979
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Mutagenicity study of workers employed in the styrene and polystyrene processing and manufacturing industry.

Authors:
I Fleig A M Thiess

Scand J Work Environ Health 1978 ;4 Suppl 2:254-8

Mutagenicity studies were undertaken on lymphocytes from the following groups of persons exposed to styrene or polystyrene: one group from a styrene manufacturing plant, one from a polystyrene plant, and three from plants processing unsaturated polyester resins with different manufacturing methods. For all the groups the concentration of styrene in the atmosphere of the workplace was measured at various points and the amount of urinary mandelic acid was determined. In each case 100 metaphases were analyzed for chromosomal aberrations. Read More

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March 1979
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Resin hemoperfusion for acute drug intoxication.

Authors:
R T Bilinsky

Arch Intern Med 1976 Oct;136(10):1197

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October 1976
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Resin hemoperfusion for acute drug intoxication.

Arch Intern Med 1976 Mar;136(3):263-6

Eight patients with drug intoxication were hemoperfused on ten occasions at a blood-flow rate of 300 ml/min with a 650gm column of Amberlite XAD-4 resin, which is a macroreticular resin with a specific adsorptive attraction for lipid-soluble organic molecules. Column clearances of glutethimide and a variety of barbiturates ranged from 207 to 300 ml/min for treatment sessions extending from 2 1/2 to ten hours. After ingestion of 75 gm of glutethimide, one patient received hemoperfusion on three successive days for nine, ten, and eight hours, respectively. Read More

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March 1976
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Airway disease caused by phenolic (phenol-formaldehyde) resin exposure.

Arch Environ Health 1975 Dec;30(12):574-7

A standardized respiratory questionnaire and pulmonary function tests, including measurement of forced vital capacity (FVC), one-second forced expiratory volume (FEV1.0), and maximum expiratory flow rate at 50% FVC (MEF50%), were administered to five groups of employees in a filter-manufacturing plant to determine the acute and chronic effects of exposure to phenolic resin fumes. Employees exposed for more than five years had lower FEV1. Read More

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December 1975
7 Reads

[Contact dermatitis following propolis].

Authors:
B Wanscher

Ugeskr Laeger 1975 Jun;137(25):1409-11

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June 1975
6 Reads