Cadmium Exposure And Health Effects Among

Cadmium exposure and health effects among residents in an ...

Cadmium exposure and health effects among residents in an irrigation area with ore dressing wastewater Sci Total Environ. 1990 Jan;90:67-73. doi: 10.1016/0048-9697(90)90186-x. Authors S W Cai 1 , L Yue, Z N Hu, X Z Zhong, Z L Ye, H D Xu, Y R Liu, R D Ji, W H Zhang, F Y Zhang. Affiliation 1 Institute of ...

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Cadmium exposure and health effects among residents in an irrigation area with ore dressing wastewater. Cai SW(1), Yue L, Hu ZN, Zhong XZ, Ye ZL, Xu HD, Liu YR, Ji RD, Zhang WH, Zhang FY. Author information: (1)Institute of Environmental Health and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, Beijing.

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Owing to the combined cadmium effect the cases with fractional beta 2-m excretion greater than 0.10 were 46% in the observation areas, and it was much higher than that in control areas (20.3%) in a case-control study among residents who have been suffering from an original nephropathy with tubulo-interstitial abnormalities.

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1990-1-1  The Science of the Total Environment, 90 (1990) 67 73 67 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands CADMIUM EXPOSURE AND HEALTH EFFECTS AMONG RESIDENTS IN AN IRRIGATION AREA WITH ORE DRESSING WASTEWATER CAI SHIWEN, YUE LIN', HU ZHINENG2, ZHONG XIANZU3, YE ZHAOLU4, XU HUIDONG2, LIU YUANRONG, JI RONGDI, ZHANG WENHUA3 and

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About 0.05 mg Cd l-1 was found in the irrigation water contaminated by the wastewater discharged from tungsten ore dressing plants, and about 1 mg Cd kg-1 was found in irrigated acid soils. The main sources of cadmium intake by residents of the polluted areas are agricultural products. The average intake of cadmium was 367-382 micrograms day-1, and for smokers 417 micrograms day-1. Among the ...

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Among the residents who have been exposed to cadmium for more than 25 years, cadmium absorption (urinary cadmium ⩽ 10 μg g −1 creatinine) was 60% and an early effect on the target organ (urinary cadmium ⩾ 15 μg g −1 creatinine and urinary β 2-microglobulin ⩾ 500 μg g −1 creatinine) was detected in

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Abstract About 0.05 mg Cd l −1 was found in the irrigation water contaminated by the wastewater discharged from tungsten ore dressing plants, and about 1 mg Cd kg −1 was found in irrigated acid soils. The main sources of cadmium intake by residents of the polluted areas are agricultural products. The average intake of cadmium was 367–382 μg day −1 , and for smokers 417 μg day −1 .

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Cadmium exposure and health effects among residents in an ...

The farmland area shows the highest cadmium pollution in China. The residents have been exposed to cadmium for more than 25 years. The present study was conducted to determine the levels of cadmium exposure and its early effects on residents in the irrigation areas.

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Cadmium exposure and its health effects: a 19-year follow ...

2014-2-1  Cadmium exposure and its health effects: a 19-year follow-up study of a polluted area in China. Zhang WL(1), Du Y(2), Zhai MM(3), Shang Q(4). Author information: (1)Department of Environmental Epidemiology, Institute for Environmental Health and Related Product Safety, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing 100050, China.

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Cadmium exposure and its health effects: a 19-year follow ...

BACKGROUND Dayu County, which is located in southwestern Jiangxi Province in China, has been a cadmium (Cd)-contaminated area since the 1960s. A series of studies about Cd pollution were carried out in the 1980s. However, no further studies of the area were conducted during the following 19 years. AIM To observe cadmium (Cd) exposure levels and its health risks among residents living in ...

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Cadmium Exposure And Health Effects Among

Cadmium exposure and health effects among residents in an ... Among the residents who have been exposed to cadmium for more than 25 years, cadmium absorption (urinary cadmium ⩽ 10 μg g −1 creatinine) was 60% and an early effect on the target organ (urinary cadmium ⩾ 15 μg g −1 creatinine and urinary β 2-microglobulin ⩾ 500 μg g −1 creatinine) was detected in 17% of the sample ...

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Cadmium exposure and its health effects: a 19-year follow ...

2014-2-1  Cadmium exposure and its health effects: a 19-year follow-up study of a polluted area in China. Zhang WL(1), Du Y(2), Zhai MM(3), Shang Q(4). Author information: (1)Department of Environmental Epidemiology, Institute for Environmental Health and Related Product Safety, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing 100050, China.

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Cadmium, Environmental Exposure, and Health Outcomes

large health burden associated with exposure to cadmium at levels experienced by many populations worldwide. This review provides an update on cad-mium exposure levels and the potential adverse health effects they may elicit in adult popu-lations. We focus first on key issues under-pinning health

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Cadmium - Health Effects Occupational Safety and Health ...

2020-8-5  Health Effects. Occupational exposure to cadmium can lead to a variety of adverse health effects including cancer. Acute inhalation exposure (high levels over a short period of time) to cadmium can result in flu-like symptoms (chills, fever, and muscle pain) and can damage the lungs. Chronic exposure (low level over an extended period of time ...

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Cadmium Exposure and Health Risks: Recent Findings

lar effects, cadmium may exert direct or indirect effects on mineral metabolism and the mineralization of the skeleton at relatively low levels of exposure. This may have impor-tant health implications, as poor and easily fractured bone is a major problem among the elderly in all industrialized countries. INTRODUCTION

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Health effects of cadmium exposure in the general environment in Japan with special reference to the lower limit of the benchmark dose as the threshold level of urinary cadmium. Scand J Work Environ Health 31(4):307-315 16161714. Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar; Vahter M, Berglund M, Nermell B, Åkesson A. 1996.

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(PDF) Cadmium and children: Exposure and health effects

Cadmium exposure at early age should be limited as much as possible to prevent direct effects on children and to prevent accumulation of cadmium which may have serious health effects only becoming ...

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Cadmium Exposure and Liver Disease among US Adults ...

2013-5-1  Cadmium is a toxic heavy metal found widely in the environment. Environmental exposure to cadmium occurs primarily through smoking or industrial emissions, and the consumption of contaminated food and water.1–3 Cadmium has a whole-body half-life of between 15 and 30 years and accumulates in two target tissues: the renal cortex and the liver.3 Studies have shown an increase in all-cause and ...

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Effects of Exposure to Lead and Cadmium on Health of ...

2021-2-6  People living near abandoned mines are at increased risk of exposure to toxic metals. We surveyed 4500 inhabitants with the mean age of 68.5 years old (male: 1768, female: 2732) living near 104 abandoned metal mines from 2013 to 2017 (the 2nd phase health survey in Korea). We conducted personal interviews, blood and urine sampling, and analyzed the concentrations of lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd ...

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Health effects of cadmium exposure – a review of the ...

This document, which is an assessment of the risks of health effects after long-term exposure to cadmium, is dedicated to our common tutor and source of inspiration Professor Emeritus Lars Friberg at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. Almost exactly 50 years ago, Lars Friberg started his research on the health effects of cadmium

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EXPOSURE TO CADMIUM: A MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH

EXPOSURE TO CADMIUM: A MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN . Cadmium exerts toxic effects on the kidney, the skeletal system and the respiratory system and is classified as a human carcinogen. 1,2. It is generally present in the environment at low levels; however, human activity has greatly increased those levels. 3. Cadmium can travel long

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Cadmium, environmental exposure, and health outcomes ...

2011-5-1  Because of its high rates of soil-to-plant-transfer, cadmium is a contaminant found in most human foodstuffs, which renders diet a primary source of exposure among non-smoking, non-occupationally exposed populations 1–3.A safe intake limit of 7 μg cadmium/week/kg body weight was set based on the critical renal cadmium concentration of between 100 and 200 μg/g wet weight that corresponds to ...

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Cadmium, environmental exposure, and health outcomes

cadmium is a contaminant found in most hu-man foodstuffs, which renders diet a primary source of exposure among non-smoking, non-occupationally exposed populations1-3. A safe intake limit of 7 µg cadmium/week/kg body weight was set based on the critical renal cadmium con

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(PDF) Cadmium and children: Exposure and health effects

Cadmium exposure at early age should be limited as much as possible to prevent direct effects on children and to prevent accumulation of cadmium which may have serious health effects only becoming ...

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Health effects of cadmium exposure – a review of the ...

This document, which is an assessment of the risks of health effects after long-term exposure to cadmium, is dedicated to our common tutor and source of inspiration Professor Emeritus Lars Friberg at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. Almost exactly 50 years ago, Lars Friberg started his research on the health effects of cadmium

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Progress in cadmium-related health effects in persons with ...

2012-1-15  Food-borne cadmium was the principal source of exposure for persons living in the 12 cadmium-contaminated villages in Mae Sot District, Tak Province, northwestern Thailand. This report presents progress in cadmium-related health effects among persons with high cadmium exposure.

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Cadmium Exposure and Potential Health Risk from Foods

Cadmium Exposure and Potential Health Risk from Foods ... Food is the primary source of Cd exposure among general population as a consequence of the bio- ... CADMIUM EXPOSURE AND HEALTH EFFECTS

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Review of cadmium exposure and smoking‐independent

studies which have investigated causal effects of Cd exposure on different stages of atherosclerotic disease. Finally, we summarize the evidence for Cd as a risk factor for ASCVD. Cadmium Cd is a persistent non-essential toxic metal which has adverse health effects at both occupational and environmental exposure levels.

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Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment Health ...

2021-8-15  This report provides a review of the cadmium exposure situation in Sweden and updates the information on health risk assessment according to recent studies on the health effects of cadmium. The report focuses on the health effects of low cadmium doses and the identification of high-risk groups. The diet is the main source of cadmium exposure in the Swedish nonsmoking general population.

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Dietary cadmium exposure and fracture incidence among

2011-3-14  In the multivariable-adjusted model for any fracture (Table 2), dietary cadmium exposure was associated with a 17% higher rate (HR = 1.17, 95% CI 1.03–1.31) of fracture, comparing highest with lowest tertile, and showed a statistically significant dose-dependent trend (p = .01 for trend). Further adjustment for fruit and vegetables was not associated with attenuation of the estimate (HR = 1 ...

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