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Korean Journal of Preventive Medicine 1984;17(1): 295-298.
Study on Subjective Symptoms that was Complained by Organic Solvent Handling Workers.
Yong Hee Cheon, Young Hahn Moon
1Dong Hae Hospital, Korean Labour Welfare Corporation, Korea.
2Institution for Occupational Health, Yonsei University, Korea.
ABSTRACT
The subjective symptom and other responded relations for 69 male workers handling organic solvent in xxx a pharmacy as exposure group and 87 male workers in noise workshop were studied and analyzed. It was concluded as follows. 1. The age of both exposure group and control group with the subjective symptom indicated a negative correlation. 2. Drinking and smoking of the exposure group complained of the subjective symptom shown the negative correlation and the control group also shown the positive correlation. 3. The occupational experience of the exposure group complained of the subjective symptom indicated the negative correlation and the control group also indicated the positive correlation.
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