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Report to the Occupational Disease Panel on occupational exposure to benzene and leukaemia

Jennifer Penney

Report to the Occupational Disease Panel on occupational exposure to benzene and leukaemia

by Jennifer Penney

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Published by Occupational Disease Panel in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benzene -- Toxicology.,
  • Leukemia.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for the Occupational Disease Panel [by] Jennifer Penney.
    ContributionsOntario. Occupational Disease Panel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA1242.B4 P36 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination45 p.
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18670637M

    Shelia Hoar Zahm, in Women and Health, Studies of occupational cancer among women have not been extensive in comparison to research on men [46; Zahm et al., Chapter 39].In a survey of occupational cancer epidemiology reports, only 14% presented any analyses of white women and only 2% presented data on nonwhite women [46].Even fewer reports presented in-depth analyses (more Many occupational and environmental exposures have been implicated in the etiology of leukemia, but only a few, such as benzene, are well-established ://

    (). Chronic exposure to benzene as a possible contributory factor in Hodgkin's disease. (). Chronic exposure to benzene. (). Chronic lymphoid leukaemia and hairy cell leukaemia due to chronic exposure to benzene: report of three cases. (). Clinical observations showing the role some factolrs in the etiology of multiple :// Benzene is a ubiquitous environmental pollutant found in automobile exhaust, gasoline and cigarette smoke. Chronic benzene exposure is believed to affect the bone marrow and peripheral blood cells and induce human health effects by directly decreasing chromosomal stability. 1 – 5 Benzene exposure has been associated with aplastic anaemia, myelodysplastic syndrome, leukaemia and non-Hodgkin

    The overall reported occupational disease incidence was 7 times higher (RR = , 95% CI: ) in the sentinel group ( notifications per , employee years) than in the reference group Abstract. As it is known benzene (C 6 H 6) is the so called parent hydrocarbon of the aromatic group, the resonant cyclic compound consisting only of carbon and e stems not only from industrial sources but it is present in natural products etc. On the other hand, incomplete combustion of all natural organic substances causes the formation of aromatic ://


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Report to the Occupational Disease Panel on occupational exposure to benzene and leukaemia by Jennifer Penney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Girard and Revol() -- in a hospital-based case-control study, investigated patients with leukaemia in two Lyon Hospitals between and 17 cases (12%) of patients with acute leukaemia, 9 cases (15%) with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, 4 cases (7%) with myeloid leukaemia and 2 cases (%) of myelofibrosis had evidence of previous exposure to benzene and toluene   Occupational Disease Panel (Industrial Disease Standards Panel) Annual Report / This Annual Report is dedicated to Nicole Godbout.

Nicole was a member of the Panel, a respected colleague and friend. She dedicated her professional Benzene Exposure and Haemopoitic Cancers other than Report to the Occupational Disease Panel (Industrial Disease Standards Panel) on Occupational Exposure to Benzene and Leukaemia Toronto, A case-control study to investigate the risk of leukaemia associated with exposure to benzene in petroleum marketing and distribution workers in Report to the Occupational Disease Panel (Industrial Disease Standards Panel) on Occupational Exposure to Benzene and Leukaemia.

Retrieved Mafrom, Shah, A. (, September 26). Genetically Engineered Food. Retrieved Mafrom, Penney J. Report to the Occupational Disease Panel (Industrial Disease Standards Panel) on Occupational Exposure to Benzene and Leukaemia. Rushton L, Romaniuk H. A case-control study to investigate the risk of leukaemia associated with exposure to benzene in petroleum marketing and distribution workers in the United :// tobacco smoke is also a significant source of exposure.

Benzene is highly volatile, and exposure occurs mostly through inhalation. 1–3 Public health actions are needed to reduce the exposure of both workers and the general population to benzene.

Sources of exposure to benzene. Benzene is highly volatile, and most exposure is through ://   Benzene and Cancer Risk What is benzene. Benzene is a colorless, flammable liquid with a sweet odor. It evaporates quickly when exposed to air.

Benzene is formed from natural processes, such as volcanoes and forest fires, but most exposure to benzene results from human ://   The Occupational Disease Panel (ODP) was created under the Workers' Compensation Act of Ontario and has existed for over 10 years.

Over that time, the ODP has published approximately 20 Reports of Findings and numerous other publications on issues relating to workplace/occupational diseases and their   2. report of the industrial disease standards panel on occupational exposure to pcbs and various cancers.

appendix a: report of the special panel on occupational pcb exposures and various cancers: human health effects and carcinogenic risk potential of pcbs.

appendix b: evidentiary source information on occupational exposure to   The relatively recent interest in occupational health consequences of AND exposures and the lack of existing exposure records for health care workers (HCWs) has limited both the number of studies, and in some instances, the quality of studies, available to evaluate adverse health effects associated with occupational exposure to ANDs among Long term health effects.

A number of long term adverse effects of solvents have been described including leukaemia in benzene exposed workers, 13 scleroderma 14 (mixed solvents), and renal cancer in those exposed to chlorinated hydrocarbons.

15 While the association between benzene and leukaemia is well established, other solvent effects, such as those on the nervous system, are more (). Report to the Occupational Disease Panel (Industrial Disease Standards Panel) on Occupational Exposure to Benzene and Leukaemia.

Review of the literature on benzene exposure and leukemia subtypes. Risk of benzene-induced leukemia predicted from the Pliofilm cohort. Trichloroethylene and cancer: epidemiologic   Occupational leukaemogens.

Benzene, ethylene oxide and ionizing radiation were the only occupational leukaemogens considered in the estimation of global burden of disease from occupational leukaemogens. This analysis resulted in a total of 7, deaths (andDALYs) inrepresenting % of the total burden of :// *Adapted with permission from the author’s book Practical Occupational Medicine †The above analogies can be extended to the history taking process.

Types of studies in occupational epidemiology. Case control studies. The accompanying image shows an occupational cancer - of the nasal sinuses - which is fortunately rarer now than it used to /specialstudymodules/occupationalepidemiology.

Issues Related to Occupational Exposure to Isocyanates, to (JanuaryPub. ) Issues Related to Occupational Exposure to Fire Fighters, to (JanuaryPub. ) 3/19 HHS Awards $81 Million for Five-Year Health Screening of World Trade Center Rescue, Recovery Workers (Ma ) 3/16 The case-control study incorporated careful expert case-by-case review of occupational exposure to pesticides.

Occupational exposures to several pesticides were significantly associated with multiple myeloma, Hodgkin’s lymphoma and hairy-cell leukaemia. Non-significant positive associations with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma were also :// Epidemiology of Chronic Occupational Exposure To Formaldehyde: Report of the Ad Hoc Panel On Health Aspects of Formaldehyde, Toxicology and Industrial Health, /, 4, 1, A meta description is an HTML tag in the HTML code of your website, which allows you to customize a section of text that describes the page itself.

It plays a role in how your page is seen by search engine crawlers, and how it appears in SERPs The exposure estimates of FINJEM are based on the evaluations of ~20 experts at Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) and data from the Finnish Database of Occupational Exposure Measurements (Heikkilä et al., ), the Finnish Register on Occupational Exposure to Carcinogens (Kauppinen et al., ), and the national Work and Health surveys (Perkiö-Mäkelä et al., ).

to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work (CMD), and in line with the Commission Communication ‘Safer and Healthier Work for All- Modernisation of the EU ’ Occupational Safety and Health Legislation and Policy ’.

Benzene is highly volatile, and exposure occurs mostly through inhalation.1,2 Public health actions are needed to reduce the exposure of both workers and the general population to benzene.

Sources of exposure to benzene Benzene is highly volatile, and most exposure is through inhalation. Benzene is degraded rapidly in the upper ://?. Occupational epidemiology is a subdiscipline of epidemiology that focuses on investigations of workers and the workplace.

Occupational epidemiologic studies examine health outcomes among workers, and their potential association with conditions in the workplace including noise, chemicals, heat, or radiation, or work organization such as ://  Occupational cancer may be defined as cancer that may be specifically attributed to significant (i.e.

more so than in the general environment) levels of exposure to an agent in the workplace and occurring in substantial (i.e. greater t) numbers of ://