|Lead induced increase of blood pressure in female lead workers|
|Nomiyama, K; Nomiyama, H; Liu, SJ; Tao, YX; Nomiyama, T; Omae, K|
|刊名||OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE|
|WOS标题词||Science & Technology|
|类目[WOS]||Public, Environmental & Occupational Health|
|研究领域[WOS]||Public, Environmental & Occupational Health|
|关键词[WOS]||HYPERTENSION ; POPULATION ; EXPOSURE|
Aims: Although lead exposure has, in the absence of mathematical modelling, been believed to elevate blood pressure in females, it is necessary to clarify the relation between lead and blood pressure by eliminating confounding factors in the analysis.
Methods: Blood lead was measured in 193 female workers, including 123 lead exposed workers. Possible confounding factors were controlled by multiple regression analyses.
Results and Conclusion: Blood lead above 40 mug/dl was found to be the most potent factor for elevating systolic/diastolic blood pressure. Aging, urine protein, and plasma triglyceride also contributed to systolic/diastolic/pulse pressure increase, but hypertensive heredity did not. Data suggested that lead induced changes in lipoprotein metabolism may play an important role in the lead induced blood pressure increase in female workers.
|作者单位||1.Beijing City Inst Occupat Hlth, Beijing 100020, Peoples R China|
2.Jichi Med Sch, Dept Occupat & Environm Med, Minami Kawachi, Tochigi 3290498, Japan
3.Beijing Med Univ, Sch Publ Hlth, Beijing 100083, Peoples R China
4.Shinshu Univ, Sch Med, Dept Prevent Med, Div Environm Med, Matsumoto, Nagano 3908621, Japan
5.Keio Univ, Sch Med, Dept Prevent Med & Publ Hlth, Tokyo 1608582, Japan
|Nomiyama, K,Nomiyama, H,Liu, SJ,et al. Lead induced increase of blood pressure in female lead workers[J]. OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE,2002,59(11):734-738.|
|APA||Nomiyama, K,Nomiyama, H,Liu, SJ,Tao, YX,Nomiyama, T,&Omae, K.(2002).Lead induced increase of blood pressure in female lead workers.OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE,59(11),734-738.|
|MLA||Nomiyama, K,et al."Lead induced increase of blood pressure in female lead workers".OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE 59.11(2002):734-738.|