Statistical Analysis for Occupational Exposure Measurements

Lange, John H.; Buja, Alessandra; Fadda, Emanuela; Mastrangelo, Giuseppe; Jelinić, Jagoda Doko
December 2005
Croatian Medical Journal;2005, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p1001
Academic Journal
The article comments on a report by J. D. Jelinić et al which focused on the statistical analysis for occupational exposure measurements published in the 2005 issue of "Croatia Medical Journal." It addressed the effectiveness of a close relationship between occupational medicine and industrial hygiene and the importance of mean exposure concentration in chronic toxicants as the best indicator of health outcomes in industrial occupations.


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