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Incidence among Workers in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide

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incidence among workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide

The standardized incidence ratio for the upper SiC fiber exposure category Norway/epidemiology Occupational Exposure* Silicon Compounds/adverse effects*

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Cancer Incidence among Workers in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide Industry Pål conditions for this type of industry are favorable in Norway, which has

Dust Constituents in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide Industry

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Lung cancer incidence among Norwegian silicon carbide

Abstract: OBJECTIVES: An increased lung cancer risk associated with total dust exposure in the silicon carbide (SiC) industry has previously been Gran

【PDF】Incidence among Workers in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide

Cancer Incidence among Workers in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide Industry Pål conditions for this type of industry are favorable in Norway, which has

【PDF】diseases among workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide

silicon carbide industry: associations with dust exposure Merete Drevvatne Olavs Hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, Trondheim, Norway 4Department

【PDF】Non-malignant mortality among Norwegian silicon carbide

silicon carbide smelter workers P Romundstad, A Andersen, T Haldorsen .. Norway; Accepted 17 October 2001

incidence among workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide

The standardized incidence ratio for the upper SiC fiber exposure category Norway/epidemiology Occupational Exposure* Silicon Compounds/adverse effects*

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silicon carbide industry workers: associations with particulate exposure factors Norway Correspondence to Dr Merete Drevvatne Bugge, National Institute of

【PDF】Lung cancer incidence among Norwegian silicon carbide

silicon carbide industry workers: associations with particulate exposure factors Norway Correspondence to Dr Merete Drevvatne Bugge, National Institute of

Lung cancer incidence among Norwegian silicon carbide

exposure in the silicon carbide (SiC) industry has previously been reported. The production of SiC by the Acheson method8 was established in Norway

【PDF】Exposure Assessment in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide

Silicon Carbide Industry Solveig Føreland,1,2,3 Merete Drevvatne Bugge,1 Norway 2 Department of Chemistry, University of Oslo, Norway 3 Department

Silicon Carbide and Related Materials in Oslo, Norway

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assessment in the Norwegian silicon carbide industry. -

Abstract: The objective was to construct a retrospective job-exposure matrix (JEM) for the Norwegian silicon carbide industry. More than 3300 historical

Lung cancer incidence among Norwegian silicon carbide

FULL TEXT Abstract: OBJECTIVES: An increased lung cancer risk associated with total dust exposure in the silicon carbide (SiC) industry has previously been

【PDF】Airborne Fibres in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide Industry

Norway Received 29 June 2005; in final form 11 October 2005; published online 23 February 2006 Morphology of silicon carbide (SiC) fibres from the

Airborne Fibres in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide Industry

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【PDF】Airborne Fibres in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide Industry

2006223- Norway Received 29 June 2005; in final form 11 October 2005 Morphology of silicon carbide (SiC) fibres from the Norwegian SiC industry has

Incidence among Workers in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide

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【PDF】and Dust Constituents in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide

Olavs Hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, Trondheim, Norway; 4Institute Norwegian silicon carbide (SiC) industry and to suggest possible control

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silicon carbide industry workers: associations with particulate exposure factors Norway Correspondence to Dr Merete Drevvatne Bugge, National Institute of

Silicon Carbide and Sulphur Dioxide in the Norwegian -

FULL TEXT Abstract: OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to assess personal exposure to fibres, crystalline silica, silicon carbide (SiC) and sulphur

long-term workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide industry.

(1)National Institute of Occupational Health, N-0033 Oslo, Norway. [email protected]: A previous study among workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide

diseases among workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide

previously been reported among workers in the silicon carbide (SiC) industryThe production of SiC is energy intensive, and Norway, with its abundant

【PDF】Non-malignant mortality among Norwegian silicon carbide

345 ORIGINAL ARTICLE Non-malignant mortality among Norwegian silicon carbide Norway; Accepted 17 October 2001

diseases among workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide

and Epidemiology, National Institute of Occupational Health, Oslo, Norway. previously been reported among workers in the silicon carbide (SiC) industry

Incidence among Workers in the Norwegian Silicon Carbide

Abstract. The presence of silicon carbide (SiC) fibers in the SiC smelter work environment has suggested a possible cancer hazard. The authors studied

【LRC】and long-term workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide

silicon carbide industry by Bugge MD, Kjuus H, Martinsen JI, Kjærheim K Affiliation: National Institute of Occupational Health, N–0033 Oslo, Norway

Lung cancer incidence among Norwegian silicon carbide

FULL TEXT Abstract: OBJECTIVES: An increased lung cancer risk associated with total dust exposure in the silicon carbide (SiC) industry has previously been