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01 respirable fibers per mL detection limit for asbestos fiber monitoring.
Relationship between lung asbestos fiber type and concentration and relative risk of mesothelioma: a case-control study.
During the late 1960s, evidence emerged indicating that asbestos fibers were a dangerous health risk.
The key operating assumption was that if the measured "total fiber" in the NESHAP-regulated asbestos fiber size range was less than the asbestos PEL, then the rare ACM load that might get processed would not expose staff above the asbestos PEL.
Asbestos fibers can enter the body through inhalation or ingestion.
4,5] Exposure to asbestos fibers, for most of the population, is not occupational but occurs when fibers become airborne in environments in which asbestos products exist.
Not all asbestos fiber types have the same disease-causing potential, and studying the dosimetry and mode of action of multiple fiber types would enhance our understanding of these differences.
Simple regression analysis was performed to correlate the grade of fibrosis of the asbestosis cases with the asbestos fiber or body count.
For instance, unlike most carcinogens, asbestos fibers do not cause cells to mutate.
Measures dust of asbestos fiber in housing managed by homes and Soginorpa Cities.
Uncoated asbestos fiber concentration by types using electron microscopy.
8,000 sqm demolition and disposal of asbestos fiber cement panel with construction & insulation (fiber K2), according to TRGS 519, 15.
However, asbestos fiber consumption is expected to increase in countries like India and Indonesia.
Contract notice: Auscultation of the road network managed by the dir north as part of the research of asbestos fibers and quantify pahs.
In 2015, he was diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos fibers.
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