3) Department of Community and Industrial Medicine
, Faculty of Medicine (G), El-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
Their findings, published late last year in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine
, found that daily video display terminal (VDT) use led to a variety of adverse health effects.
During the Second World War she studied health risks in chemical factories and in 1946 was one the founders of the British Journal of Industrial Medicine
Research conducted by industrial medicine
professionals, funded by the lead paint industry, provided the scientific basis for industry's claims that it could protect its own.
New data -- obtained by HRG prior to publication after a protracted battle using the Freedom of Information Act -- published in the August 2000 American Journal of Industrial Medicine
confirms more clearly than ever before that hexavalent chromium is a potent lung carcinogen.
The best way for both the employee's and employer's interests to be served is to have an HCP with industrial medicine
training who is informed about your company's job activities and physical requirements.
Section three covers environmentally hazardous substances in industrial medicine
, and the final section discusses organization and cost-effectiveness in the clinical laboratory.
We have found them in toxicology and in industrial medicine
Indications of relatively high rates of infertility have been noted in steel workers who do a lot of welding and shipyard workers who are exposed to ethylene glycol ethers (American Journal of Industrial Medicine
After the 180 days are past, Phelps said, Columbia/HCA expects to maintain standby emergency services, outpatient surgery, outpatient rehabilitation and industrial medicine
at the Westlake Village site.
And a study of workers in British Columbia in the October issue of the American Journal of Industrial Medicine
correlates masculine logging, pumping gas, painting, and work in paper mills with spina bifida in the workers' offspring, while heart defects are linked to fathers' working as firefighters, metal-workers, sawmill workers, and janitors.
Occupational Health Industrial Medicine
, which is the name Lakeshore uses to identify its occupational services department, leads some to believe that such services are mainly for industrial clients, says George, but in truth she sees many clients form office settings as well.