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EC number: 203-459-7
CAS number: 107-07-3
Small cohort size
Chronic toxic effects in 61 chinese workers in a chloroethanol workshop
were studied and compared with 60 workers without toxic substance
contact history (only abstract available, no details). The average
exposure level was 4 mg/m³ and the average exposure duration 11 years.
The incidence of neurothenia and anorexia were significantly increased;
blood cholesterol level was significantly higher.
Conclusion: In a chinese cohort study on workers exposed to an average
of 4 mg/m³ per shift for more than 2 years a significant increase in the
incidence of neurothenia and anorexia was found, however, the study was
hampered by small cohort size.
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