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Cadmium and health

Cadmium and health

a toxicological and epidemiological appraisal

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cadmium -- Toxicology,
  • Cadmium -- Physiological effect,
  • Cadmium -- Dose-response relationship,
  • Cadmium -- metabolism,
  • Cadmium Poisoning

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    Statementeditors, Lars Friberg ... [et al.].
    ContributionsFriberg, Lars.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA1231.C3 C28 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3024919M
    ISBN 100849366909, 0849366917
    LC Control Number85005272

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. “The three times higher risk is high for such low cadmium levels,” said Aimin Chen, an assistant professor of environmental health at University of Cincinnati’s College of Medicine. He was Author: Environmental Health News.

    This volume focuses on cadmium (Cd) exposure, its effects on human health, the mechanism of Cd accumulation and the development of mitigation technologies. It also provides insights into the pathophysiology of itai-itai Disease, a serious condition caused by Cd pollution.   Pure cadmium is a bluish-white soft metal that occurs naturally in Yukon lead-zinc minerals. Cadmium is conductive, bright in appearance and does not corrode easily. Most of the cadmium produced globally is used in nickel-cadmium batteries. Cadmium is also used in plastic stabilizers to prevent polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from decomposing through heat and light.

    Cadmium Fact Sheet | US EPA ARCHIVE DOCUMENT Author: US EPA, OSWER, Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery Subject: Fact sheet about the uses and health effects of cadmium. Keywords: waste minimization, , by-product, byproduct, metal platingFile Size: 98KB. Human Health Effects of Cadmium. The kidney is the critical target organ for the general population as well as for occupationally exposed populations. Cadmium is known to accumulate in the human kidney for a relatively long time, from 20 to 30 years, and, at high doses, is also known to produce health effects on the respiratory system and.


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Cadmium is an element that occurs naturally in the earth's crust.� Pure cadmium is a soft, silver-white metal.� Cadmium is not usually present in the environment as a pure metal, but as a mineral combined with other elements such as oxygen (cadmium oxide), chlorine (cadmium chloride), or sulfur (cadmium sulfate, cadmium sulfide).� Cadmium is most often present in nature as.

Cadmium metal (Cd) is a silver-white solid, tinged with blue. Cadmium is found in cadmium fumes (CdO) and cadmium compounds. Workers may be harmed from exposure to cadmium.

It is a highly toxic carcinogenic that is harmful to most of the body’s systems, especially to the lungs, bones, and kidneys. The level of exposure depends upon the dose, duration, and work being done.

Health Effects of Cadmium in Human Populations and its Relation to Cadmium Exposure Levels. this is a must-have book for students, researchers and practitioners interested in global and local metal pollution. Keywords. Cd Itai-Itai Desiase Cadmium Exposure Cadmium Toxicity Cadmium Pollution Heavy Metal Toxicology Botanical Science.

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.

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 nonsmoking, nonoccupationally exposed populations (Clemens ; Franz et al.

; McLaughlin et al. ).A safe intake limit of 7 μg cadmium/week/kg body weight was set based on the critical renal cadmium Cited by: Cadmium Recovery Workers (Cadmium) Kidney Study Background.

InNIOSH did a study to look at the kidneys of cadmium workers. 45 current and former workers took part. This study is completely different from the mortality study that NIOSH did. Even if you were not in the kidney study, the findings probably apply to you and other.

Cadmium An overview This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book. Cadmium (group IIB of the periodic table of elements) is a heavy metal posing severe risks to human health.

Up to this day, it could not be shown that cadmium has any physiological function within the human body. Interest has therefore risen in its biohazardous by:   Cadmium and Health book A Toxicological and Epidemiological Appraisal: Volume 1: Exposure, Dose, and Metabolism Edited By Lars T.

Friberg, Carl-Gustaf Elinder, Tord Kjellstrom, Gunnar F. Book Edition: 1st Edition. As of April,the Occupational Safety and Health Standards on Toxic and Hazardous Substances list eight-hour time-weighted average exposure limits of μg/m 3 for cadmium dust and μg/m 3 for cadmium fumes. 14 While industry appears to have been able to meet these standards, chiefly through improved ventilation, there is an.

Book Description. Published in Volume 2: Effects and Response, is primarily devoted to the toxicology of cadmium and includes effects on the respiratory system, kidneys, and bone as well as other toxic effects, including those from the hemaopoietic and cardiovascular system, the liver, the reproductive organs, and the fetus.

Cadmium. ToxFAQs Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Factsheet with answers to the most frequently asked questions about cadmium exposure and its effect on human health, developed by a federal public health agency that protects communities from harmful health effects related to exposure to natural and man-made hazardous substances.

Anthony Fristachi, Harlal Choudhury, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Cadmium (Cd), a naturally occurring element, is often found in nature combined with other elements such as oxygen, chlorine, or sulfur in the form of complex oxides, sulfides, and carbonates in zinc (Zn), lead (Pb), and copper (Cu) ores.

Cd is not regarded as essential to human life. Cadmium and Health book A Toxicological and Epidemiological Appraisal: Volume 2: Effects and Response Edited By Lars T.

Friberg, Garl-Gustaf Cited by: “This is a fascinating book that provides an up-to-date review of the very relevant and timely problem of cadmium contamination and toxicity in the environment. it will be greatly beneficial for graduate students working on cadmium ecotoxicology.

it will doubtlessly complement well the knowledge of many researchers and professors.” (Michel Lavoie, The Quarterly Review of Biology. This book contains the following chapters: Introduction. Principles and Problems of Cadmium Analysis. Uses, Occurrence, and Intake.

Metallothionein. Normal Values for Cadmium in Human Tissue, Blood, and Urine in Different Countries. Kinetics and Metabolism. Kinetic Model of Cadmium Metabolism. Background levels of cadmium in food, water, and ambient air are not a health concern for the general North American population.

Typical dietary intake is about 30 micrograms per day (μg/day), (Satarug et al. ) but normal individuals absorb only a small proportion of an orally ingested dose (%) (Horiguchi et al. @article{osti_, title = {Cadmium contamination of the countryside, a case study on health effects}, author = {Kreis, I.A.}, abstractNote = {The border region between Belgium and The Netherlands, the Kempen, was found to be polluted with cadmium.

The main route of pollution had been by air but some cadmium came by way of surface-water and solid waste. Cadmium: From Toxicity to Essentiality (Metal Ions in Life Sciences): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Public health and environmental exposure to cadmium (PheeCad) study group.

Lancet – CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar van Wijngaarden E, Singer EA, Palapattu GS () Prostate-specific antigen levels in relation to cadmium exposure and zinc intake: results from the – national health and nutrition examination survey.

Cadmium (Cd) is a toxic metal. This study was aimed to estimate the potential health risks in a Cd-polluted district in China, and examine the relationship between urinary cadmium(UCd) and Cited by: Rest assured, this book contains everything you need to keep your health on track. Inside you will learn what heavy metals are, how they get inside us, and what you can do to remove them.

When aluminum, mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium, and chromium are gently purged from the body, a stronger, clearer-thinking version of YOU comes to the surface /5(27).A maximum acceptable concentration of mg/L (5 µg/L) for cadmium in drinking water has been established on the basis of health considerations.

Food is the main source of cadmium intake for individuals who are not occupationally exposed. A joint FAO/WHO expert committee has estimated a provisional tolerable weekly intake of cadmium for an adult to be from to mg.