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Proceedings of the Scientific Workshop on the Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic fields on Workers, January 30-31, 1991, Cincinnati, Ohio /

by Bierbaum, Philip J; Peters, John M; Scientific Workshop on the Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields on Workers Cincinnati, Ohio) (1991 :.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: DHHS publication: 111Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : NIOSH, 1991Description: XIII, 229 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.MeSH subject(s): Electromagnetic Fields | Occupational Exposure | Epidemiologic Studies | Electromagnetic Fields -- adverse effects | Occupational Exposure -- prevention & control | CongressesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: Proceedings
Contents:
Table of contents In vitro studies: low frequency electromagnetic fields, pp. 17-44. Biological effects of extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields: in vivo studies, pp. 45-90. Health effects of electromagnetic radiation workers: epidemiologic studies, pp. 91-124. Occupational exposure assessment for electric and magnetic fields in the 10-1000 Hz frequency range, pp. 125-166. Magnetic field management, pp. 167-184. Research recommendations from workshop panels, pp. 185-186. In vitro/cellular mechanism studies, pp. 187-191. In vivo studies, pp. 192-198. Epidemiologic studies, pp. 199-204. Exposure assessment studies, pp. 205-212. Methods for reducing exposures, pp. 213-218
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Empruntable IST, Institut universitaire romand de santé au travail; Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque
IST WA-477-Pro-1991 (Browse shelf) Available

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Table of contents In vitro studies: low frequency electromagnetic fields, pp. 17-44. Biological effects of extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields: in vivo studies, pp. 45-90. Health effects of electromagnetic radiation workers: epidemiologic studies, pp. 91-124. Occupational exposure assessment for electric and magnetic fields in the 10-1000 Hz frequency range, pp. 125-166. Magnetic field management, pp. 167-184. Research recommendations from workshop panels, pp. 185-186. In vitro/cellular mechanism studies, pp. 187-191. In vivo studies, pp. 192-198. Epidemiologic studies, pp. 199-204. Exposure assessment studies, pp. 205-212. Methods for reducing exposures, pp. 213-218