Record nummer 2211979
Titel Biomonitoring of lead and cadmium : preliminary study on the added value for human exposure and effect assessment
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B. Tiesjema (author), M. Mengelers (author)
Auteur(s) Tiesjema, B. ; Mengelers, M.
Uitgever Bilthoven : National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
Jaar van uitgave 2017
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Titel van reeks RIVM Letter report (2016-0215)
Annotatie(s) This investigation has been performed by order and for the account of the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA), Office for Risk Assessment and Research, within the framework of the project 'Indicators for human body burden', research question 9.1.62
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Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) People are exposed to all kinds of substances (for example via food) , which can be harmful to their health. To accurately estimate the health effects, it is important to determine to what extent these substances actually harm the body. In order to do so it may be helpful to measure concentrations of these substances in body fluids and/or tissues (biomonitoring). RIVM chose the substances lead and cadmium to investigate to what extent such measurements show a relationship with the exposure as well as the health effects of these substances. RIVM recommends measuring these substances in a Dutch population group. For the purpose of future research it is recommended to study the internal exposure and the effects of lead and cadmium in blood and urine samples of a representative population group.
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