Public health risks of exposure to asbestos: report of a working group of experts
Published by Pergamon Press for the Commission of the European Communities, 1977 - Medical - 149 pages
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Exposure levels in the ambient environment
Existing permissible limits
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ambient air ambient environment amosite amphibole fibres amphiboles anthophyllite asbes asbestos bodies asbestos containing products asbestos content asbestos dust asbestos exposure asbestos fibres asbestos industry asbestos mines asbestos-cement asbestosis autopsies bestos beverages Biological effects Bogovski e.a. bronchial cancer bronchial carcinoma carcinogenic chapter chrysotile chrysotile asbestos concentrations crocidolite detected diameter diffraction disease dose-response relationship drinking water effects of asbestos electron microscope epidemiological evidence excess exposure to asbestos factor fibers fibre counts fibres/ml fibrous Hygiene IARC incidence infrared spectroscopy ingested insulation latency period lung tissue malignant tumours mesothelioma mineral fibres mortality neighbourhood exposure Netherlands Newhouse occupational exposure occupationally exposed occur para-)occupational past asbestos exposure past exposure peritoneal peritoneal mesothelioma peritoneum permissible limits pleural mesothelioma Pneumoconiosis pollution Pooley population possible presence of asbestos present public health risk quantitative reported respiratory samples SELIKOFF studies techniques tremolite true environmental exposure types of asbestos usage of asbestos Zielhuis