Cardiopatie professionali da agenti chimici.

Giuseppe Tranchina, Emanuele Cannizzaro, Emanuele Termini, Giuseppe Tranchina, Carlo Burgio, Ernesto Tranchina

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Heart disease from exposure to chemicals in the past have caused a secondary interest in comparison to other more specifically related illnesses work noxae and characterized by clinical and pathophysiological pathognomonic for technopathy. The very specific nature of these forms has made them difficult to diagnose when dropped from the working etiological context. Also at the workplace in chemical risk exposure situations often occur to multiple substances, the effects on long-term health are difficult to interpret, given the overall improvement of working conditions in western countries and compliance with the limit values exposure imposed by current legislation. then add the effect of the so-called significant confounding factors, as luxuries habits (smoking, alcohol) or ipercolesterolelmia or obesity or the use of individually and in combination drugs, or the presence of pre-existing heart disease. From the foregoing, it follows the importance of health surveillance in workers exposed to chemical risk, as an essential tool in the prevention of occupational diseases. In this regard, our study is aimed in particular at identifying possible early and late cardiolesivi effects through a clinical protocol and specific laboratory tests it follows the importance of health surveillance in workers exposed to chemical risk, as an essential tool in the prevention of occupational diseases. In this regard, our study is aimed in particular at identifying possible early and late cardiolesivi effects through a clinical protocol and specific laboratory tests it follows the importance of health surveillance in workers exposed to chemical risk, as an essential tool in the prevention of occupational diseases. In this regard, our study is aimed in particular at identifying possible early and late cardiolesivi effects through a clinical protocol and specific laboratory tests
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)12-14
Number of pages3
JournalActa Medica Mediterranea
Volume23
Publication statusPublished - 2007

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Medicine(all)

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Tranchina, G., Cannizzaro, E., Termini, E., Tranchina, G., Burgio, C., & Tranchina, E. (2007). Cardiopatie professionali da agenti chimici. Acta Medica Mediterranea, 23, 12-14.