TITLE

Respiratory Hazards Associated with Exposure to Formaldehyde and Solvents in Acid-Curing Paints

AUTHOR(S)
Alexandersson, Rolf; Hedenstierna, Goran
PUB. DATE
May 1988
SOURCE
Archives of Environmental Health;May/Jun88, Vol. 43 Issue 3
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines the respiratory hazards associated with exposure to formaldehyde and solvents in acid-curing paints. Decline in forced vital capacity (FVC) values after exposure-free days; Correlation between individual concentration of immunoglobulin G and decrease in FVC and forced expiratory volume; Absence of changes in other lung function variable.
ACCESSION #
5018890

 

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