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(rä′mät-tsē′nē), Bernardino 1633-1714.
Italian physician who was a pioneer in the field of occupational medicine. In 1700 he published the first systematic study connecting the environmental hazards of specific professions to disease, such as lead exposure in potters and painters.
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Belpoggi, Cesare Maltoni Cancer Research Center, Ramazzini Institute, Via Saliceto, 3, 40010 Bentivoglio, Bologna, Italy.
Olaus Magnus (1555) warned about the dangers of rice grain dust and the risk was again noted in 1700 by Ramazzini in his seminal work De Morbis Artificum.
Bernardino Ramazzini (1633-1714), considerado el padre de la salud ocupacional, ensenaba a relacionar el trabajo con la salud en forma similar a como lo hacia Hipocrates.
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Bernardino Ramazzini (1633-1714), medico humanista italiano fue el primero en estudiar de forma conjunta los efectos en la salud de los principales oficios de su epoca en la obra De morbis artificum diatriba (Tratado de las enfermedades de los artesanos), lo que le valio para ser considerado el padre de la Medicina del Trabajo (1).
Bernardino Ramazzini (1633-1714), considered as father of OHS, was the first to write on occupational diseases and stressed the importance of taking occupational history of the patient.
1] The history of occupational hazard awareness can be traced back to the eighteenth century when Bernadino Ramazzini, who is referred to as the father of occupational medicine, recognized the role of occupation in dynamics of health and diseases.
A identificacao da influencia do trabalho na saude foi evidenciada por Bernardino Ramazzini (10) ha mais de 300 anos: "Um medico que atende um doente deve informar-se de muita coisa (.
Sheweita, "Modification of the oxidative N-demethylation of dimethylnitrosamine by various anti-inflammatory drugs," Ramazzini Newsletters, vol.
Bishop Alvaro Ramazzini Imeri of Huehuetenango, Guatemala, told CNS before the hearing that his consciousness was first raised on extractive issues 10 years ago when he was bishop of San Marcos, Guatemala.
2]S) as a toxic gas by Ramazzini in 1713, (9) many toxicity studies of this molecule have been undertaken.
In 1713 Bernardino Ramazzini (16331714) of Padua made the important observation of a virtual absence of cervical cancer but higher inci-dence of breast cancer in Nuns related to married women an early astute observation of virus- and hormone- related carcinogenesis.