2012
DOI: 10.7162/s1809-97772012000200015
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Audition and exhibition to toluene - a contribution for the theme

Abstract: Summary Introduction: With the technological advances and the changes in the productive processes, the workers are displayed the different physical and chemical agents in its labor environment. The toluene is solvent an organic gift in glues, inks, oils, amongst others. Objective: To compare solvent the literary findings that evidence that diligent displayed simultaneously the noise and they have greater probability to develop an auditory loss of peripheral origin. Method: Revision of literature regarding the … Show more

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“…The review also found various legislations available globally regarding recommended solvent exposure limits. Augusto, Kulay, and Franco, ( 2012 ) conducted a review and concluded that toluene exposure can affect auditory thresholds of workers. The study also found that the audiograms for NIHL present similar toluene-induced hearing loss, thus making it difficult to differentiate between effects of noise and toluene combined and noise only (Augusto et al, 2012 ).…”
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“…The review also found various legislations available globally regarding recommended solvent exposure limits. Augusto, Kulay, and Franco, ( 2012 ) conducted a review and concluded that toluene exposure can affect auditory thresholds of workers. The study also found that the audiograms for NIHL present similar toluene-induced hearing loss, thus making it difficult to differentiate between effects of noise and toluene combined and noise only (Augusto et al, 2012 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Augusto, Kulay, and Franco, ( 2012 ) conducted a review and concluded that toluene exposure can affect auditory thresholds of workers. The study also found that the audiograms for NIHL present similar toluene-induced hearing loss, thus making it difficult to differentiate between effects of noise and toluene combined and noise only (Augusto et al, 2012 ). Cary, Clarke, and Delic ( 1997 ) conducted a critical review of the literature to determine the effects of exposure to noise and toxic substances combined.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%