CADMIUM, MERCURY AND LEAD IN THE BLOOD OF URBAN WOMEN IN CROATIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, POLAND, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SWEDEN, CHINA, ECUADOR AND MOROCCO
Pawlas, N; Stromberg, U; Carlberg, B; Cerna, M; Harari, F; Harari, R; Horvat, M; Hruba, F; Koppova, K; Krskova, A; Krsnik, M; Li, YF; Lofmark, L; Lundh, T; Lundstrom, NG; Lyoussi, B; Markiewicz-Gorka, I; Mazej, D; Osredkar, J; Pawlas, K; Rentschler, G; Spevackova, V; Spiric, Z; Sundkvist, A; Tratnik, JS; Vadla, D; Zizi, S; Skerfving, S; Bergdahl, IA; Li YF(李玉锋)
刊名INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
2013
卷号26期号:1页码:58-72
关键词Cadmium Mercury Lead Blood Urban Women European cities Non-European Cities
学科分类Public, Environmental & Occupational Health
DOI10.2478/S13382-013-0071-9
英文摘要The aim of the study was to make an international comparison of blood levels of cadmium (B-Cd), lead (B-Pb) and mercury (B-Hg) of women in seven European, and three non-European cities, and to identify determinants. About 50 women (age: 46-62) from each city were recruited (totally 480) in 2006-2009. Interview and questionnaire data were obtained. Blood samples were analysed in one laboratory to avoid interlaboratory variation. Between the European cities, the B-Pb and B-Cd results vary little (range of geometric means: 13.5-27.0 mu g/l and 0.25-0.65 mu g/l, respectively); the variation of B-Hg was larger (0.40-1.38 mu g/l). Between the non-European cities the results for B-Pb, B-Cd and B-Hg were 19.2-68.0, 0.39-0.99 and 1.01-2.73 mu g/l, respectively. Smoking was a statistically significant determinant for B-Cd, while fish and shellfish intakes contributed to B-Hg and B-Pb, amalgam fillings also contributed to B-Hg. The present results confirm the previous results from children; the exposure to lead and cadmium varies only little between different European cities suggesting that other factors than the living area are more important. The study also confirms the previous findings of higher cadmium and lead levels in some non-European cities. The geographical variation for mercury is significant.
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条目标识符http://ir.ihep.ac.cn/handle/311005/223809
专题中国科学院高能物理研究所_多学科研究中心_期刊论文
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Pawlas, N,Stromberg, U,Carlberg, B,et al. CADMIUM, MERCURY AND LEAD IN THE BLOOD OF URBAN WOMEN IN CROATIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, POLAND, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SWEDEN, CHINA, ECUADOR AND MOROCCO[J]. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH,2013,26(1):58-72.
APA Pawlas, N.,Stromberg, U.,Carlberg, B.,Cerna, M.,Harari, F.,...&李玉锋.(2013).CADMIUM, MERCURY AND LEAD IN THE BLOOD OF URBAN WOMEN IN CROATIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, POLAND, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SWEDEN, CHINA, ECUADOR AND MOROCCO.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH,26(1),58-72.
MLA Pawlas, N,et al."CADMIUM, MERCURY AND LEAD IN THE BLOOD OF URBAN WOMEN IN CROATIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, POLAND, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SWEDEN, CHINA, ECUADOR AND MOROCCO".INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 26.1(2013):58-72.
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