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4) Lecturer of Occupational Health at Department of Community and Industrial Medicine, Faculty of Medicine (G), El-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt
In another study based on the same cohort, also published in the August issue of the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, the same authors evaluated the relationship between hexavalent chromium exposure and skin and nasal irritation.
Other clear gainers were industrial medicine, profitable for 51.
In a survey of 1,583 women, published in the June AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, Marilyn Goldhaber, Michael Polen and Robert Hiatt found that women using VDTs more than 20 hours per week during the first three months of pregnancy had nearly twice as many miscarriages as women in similar jobs who were not using VDTs.
In 1919, Edsall offered Hamilton an appointment to teach industrial medicine, and she became the first woman on the Harvard faculty.
We offer a full range of rehabilitative services including: physical therapy, industrial medicine, sports training and rehabilitation and occupational therapy.
March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Occupational medicine company, Nova Medical Centers, is excited to announce the acquisition of Industrial Medicine, P.
2006), The BeLPT: Algorithms and interpretations, American journal of Industrial Medicine, 49,36-44.
Stewart, a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (the youngest woman ever elected) and cofounder of the British Journal of Industrial Medicine, authored more than 400 scientific papers during her prolific career.
Thiis-Evensen, "Shift Work and Health," Industrial Medicine and Surgery XXVII (1958): 493-497; quoted in J.
A study conducted last year and published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine examined cutting injuries among adolescents in supermarket operations.
Experiments in his laboratory, to be reported soon in the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, indicate that two organic solvents, xylene and toluene, should be added to the list of known chemical carcinogens.

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