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ID (ISN) del documento62224
Número CIS 94-886
ISSN - Título de la serie 1775-8785 - Archives des maladies professionnelles
Año 1993
Número de serie
Título Society of Occupational Medicine and Hygiene - Meetings of 13 Oct., 10 Nov., 8 Dec. 1992 and 12 Jan. 1993
Título original Société de médecine et d'hygiène du travail - Séances des 13 octobre, 10 novembre, 8 décembre 1992 et 12 janvier 1993 [en francés]
Información bibliográfica 1993, Vol.54, No.7, p.587-606.
Resumen Themes of papers presented at the meetings of 13 Oct., 10 Nov., 8 Dec. 1992 and 12 Jan. 1993 of the Society of Occupational Medicine and Hygiene (France): the clothing industry in the centre of Paris (recommendation to include arthrosis of the navicular bone of the hand in the French Schedule as an occupational disease among garment-cutters); protection of garbage workers against risks due to medical refuse present in domestic waste; occupational lead poisoning in connection with the renovation of an older building; cholinesterases: value of isolated variations of their levels; one case of thallium poisoning in a mineralogy laboratory; a case of chronic transfusion hepatitis affecting a nurse; occupational stress: in-plant experimental approach; sleep apnoea and aptitude to work in fire brigades; comments on the Decree of 29 May 1992 pertaining to the prohibition of smoking at work.
Descriptores (primarios) envenenamiento; recogida de basuras; servicios de incendios; talio; plomo; colinesterasa; comentario de directiva; hepatitis; sueno; estrés mental; confección de artículos textiles; medicina del trabajo; fumadores
Descriptores (secundarios) conferencia; Francia
Tipo de documento D - Artículos periódicos
País / Estado o ProvinciaFrancia
Tema(s) Medicina del trabajo, higiene, primeros auxilios
Broad subject area(s) Medicina del trabajo, epidemiología
Navegación por categoria(s) Liver diseases
Mental stress and burnout
Tabaquismo
Fatiga
Waste collection and disposal
Lead and compounds
Clothing and finished textile products industry
Fire fighting, police, prisons and the armed forces
Inorganic substances