Quantitative Risk Assessment for Environmental and Occupational Health
Quantitative Risk Assessment for Environmental and Occupational Health, Second Edition features twice as many risk analysis models with complete examples as the previous edition. The book features new information in the following areas:
Quantitative Risk Assessment for Environmental and Occupational Health, Second Edition will be an essential risk assessment reference for industrial hygienists, environmental scientists and engineers, toxicologists, epidemiologists, attorneys, regulatory officials, and manufacturers and users of chemicals.
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60 min/hour a=l j=l acceptable concentration acceptable excess acceptable lifetime risk acceptable number animal study binomial distribution BINOMIAL VARIABLE N X P N X P N carcinogen carcinoma in situ cells CONFIDENCE LIMITS contaminated air/day control group data points days/week days/year delayed effects developmental effects dose rate dose-response relationship epidemiology study equation equivalent human dose excess lifetime risk excess risk experimental dose-response data exposed group fraction of lifetime genotoxic health effects hours/day known or assumed lifetime exposure linear interpolation linear regression liters/min from Table LOAEL LOEL LOWER 98 lowest experimental dose lung cancer m3 of contaminated m3/liter mechanism of toxicity no-observed-adverse-effect level NOELa nongenotoxic nonthreshold toxicants normal distribution number of excess observed organ/tissue progressors refers regulatory risk analysis risk assessment risk factor short-term Solution to Problem subexperimental dose range test and control threshold toxicant tumor UPPER 98 variation in sensitivity zero