trichloroethylene exposure

Occupational Trichloroethylene Exposure and Cervical

Occupational Trichloroethylene Exposure and Cervical Pathology: A Case–Control Study Annals of Occupational Hygiene Apr 2013 Barbara Charbotel Amlie Massardier-Pilonchery Emmanuel Fort Brigitte Dananch Joelle Fvotte Claire Confavreux-Romestaing Alain Bergeret

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Estimation of Trichloroethylene Exposure by Biological

Estimation of Trichloroethylene Exposure by Biological Materials Authors Authors and affiliations Kazuo Nomiyama Chapter 8 Downloads Summary The relation between concentration of trichloroethylene in environmental air and trichloroethylene in expired air as well as urinary excretion of total trichlorocompounds was studied Application of the derived equations to data previously

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Assessment of trichloroethylene (TCE) exposure in murine

There is increasing laboratory and epidemiologic evidence relating exposure to trichloroethylene (TCE) with autoimmune disease including scleroderma and lupus New Zealand Black/New Zealand White (NZBWF1) and B6C3F1 mice were exposed to TCE (0 1 400 or 14 000 ppb) via drinking water for 27 or 30 weeks respectively NZBWF1 mice spontaneously develop autoimmune disease while B6C3F1

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SciCombinator

Concept: Trichloroethylene 27 Read Later Compounded effects of chlorinated ethene inhibition on ecological interactions and population abundance in a Dehalococcoides - Dehalobacter co-culture Environmental science technology Published about 7 years ago Discuss The development of rational and effective engineered bioremediation approaches for sites contaminated with chlorinated solvents

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Trichloroethylene

09 03 2009VET TOXIC EXPOSURE – TCE: Trichloroethylene (TCE) is an excellent metal degreaser which was used by both industry and the military for many years without regard to sound environmental disposal practices As a result an unknown number of veterans have been exposed to TCE a known carcinogen In 2003 the Air Force reported 1 400 military sites contaminated with TCE The Marine

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Occupational trichloroethylene exposure and kidney

Review ORIGINAL ARTICLE Occupational trichloroethylene exposure and kidney cancer risk: a meta-analysis Sara Karami 1 Qing Lan 1 Nathaniel Rothman 1 Patricia A Stewart 2 Kyoung-Mu Lee 3 Roel Vermeulen 4 Lee E Moore1 An additional supplementary table is published online only

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Organics

Although blood samples have been traditionally used for solvent exposure assessment we (in line with HSE recommendations) prefer to offer non-invasive sampling where possible Urine sampling is available for a number of solvents including benzene dichloromethane ethylbenzene MEK (2-butanone) MIBK (4-methyl-2-pentanone) styrene trichloroethylene toluene and xylene

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Veterans Support Reintroduction of 'The TCE Reduction

22 02 2009According to the Congressional Research Service: "The Toxic Chemical Exposure Reduction Act of 2008 or the TCE Reduction Act of 2008 - Amends the Safe Drinking Water Act to require the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to publish a health advisory for trichloroethylene that fully protects with an adequate margin of safety the health of susceptible

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Trichloroethylene

Proposed Identification of Trichloroethylene as a Toxic Air Contaminant Air Chronic REL Chronic Inhalation REL (μg/m3): 600 Chronic Target Organs: Nervous system eyes Human Data: Yes Last Chronic REL Revision: 2000 Chronic Reference Exposure Levels Comments: OEHHA 2008 Technical Supporting Document for Noncancer RELs Appendix D3 Proposition 65 Chemical Status Cancer:

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TRICHLOROETHYLENE TCL

Exposure CALL FOR MEDICAL AID TRICHLOROETHYLENE TCL 9 20 SATURATED LIQUID DENSITY Temperature (degrees F) Pounds per cubic foot 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 94 669 94 410 94 150 93 889 93 629 93 370 93 110 92 849 92 589 92 330 92 070 91 809 91 549 91 290 91 030 90 770 90 509 90 250 89 990 89 730 89 469 89 209

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Trichloroethylene

RISK: Trichloroethylene exposure has been associated with numerous non-cancer and cancer effects in humans following occupational exposure or exposure to contaminated drinking water Numerous temporary nervous system effects are associated with short exposures to moderate air levels including dizziness headache sleepiness nausea confusion blurred vision and weakness Altered motor

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Trichloroethylene and Occupational Kidney Cancer

Trichloroethylene and Occupational Kidney Cancer Background Aside from genetic predisposition risk factors associated with RCC [renal cell carcinoma] include cigarette smoking obesity hypertension and the use of diuretics [Chapter on Tumors of the Kidney Bladder Ureters and Renal Pelvis in Goldman's Cecil Medicine 24th Ed ] It's not clear what causes renal cell carcinoma Doctors

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Trichloroethylene (TCE) Basics

Trichloroethylene (TCE) Basics Kim Boekelheide M D Ph D Director Brown University Superfund Research Program April 2015 Currently funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences the Institute of Medicine Boerhinger Ingeheim and Unilever Occasional expert consultant for chemical and pharmaceutical

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Trichloroethylene (TCE) Uses Exposure and Health Effects

Trichloroethylene (TCE) Uses Exposure and Health Effects This fact sheet provides information on how people and resources may be exposed to trichloroethylene and health effects for tribes to consider for developing comments during EPA's tribal consultation period (April 21 2015 – June 30 2015) on the proposed rulemaking under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) for TCE in certain

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ATSDR

21 01 2015Exposure to trichloroethylene in the workplace may cause scleroderma (a systemic autoimmune disease) in some people Some men occupationally-exposed to trichloroethylene and other chemicals showed decreases in drive sperm quality and reproductive hormone levels Long-term exposure studies in animals have mainly focused on carcinogenicity and relatively insensitive

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trichloroethylene

Since 1976 trichloroethylene has a Community wide 'harmonised' classification as a dangerous substance in Annex I of Council Directive 67/548/EEC of 27 June 1967 on the approximation of laws regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification packaging and labelling of dangerous substances (1 ) eur-lex ropa eur-lex ropa Inom gemenskapen har trikloretylen

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Trichloroethylene (TCE) in indoor air

Effects from exposure to TCE depend on how much you were exposed to how long the exposure lasted and how you were exposed Possible harm from exposure may also depend on personal factors such as age diet lifestyle and current health status Breathing TCE above the exposure guideline does not mean health effects will occur however the risk for health effects increases as the level

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Fact Sheet regarding Trichloroethylene

trichloroethylene Exposure to large amountr iss assesse bdy blood and urin testse whic h can detec trichloroethylent e and many of its breakdown products for up to a week after exposure However exposure to other similar chemicals can produce the sam breakdowe n products so their detection is not absolute proof of exposure to trichloroethylene tes t This isn't available at most doctors

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