Lead induced increase of blood pressure in female lead workers

Nomiyama, K.; Nomiyama, H.; Liu, S.-J.; Tao, T.-X.; Nomiyama, T.; Omae, K.
November 2002
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Nov2002, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p734
Academic Journal
Reports on the lead-induced increase of blood pressure in female lead workers. Relation between blood lead and blood pressure; Biological exposure indices in workers; Factors elevating blood pressures in female workers.


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