Schede tossicologiche e analitiche

cromo e composti.

Translated title of the contribution: Toxicological and analytical lists: chromium and its compounds

C. Minoia, P. Apostoli, A. Battaglia, G. Catenacci, D. Cottica, G. Franco, L. Pozzoli, C. Vanola, F. Candura, E. Capodaglio

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Abstract

The main aspects of occupational exposure to chromium and chromium compounds are surveyed. Special attention is paid to the toxic action of this metal at the different target organs. The nutritional aspect of CrIII is examined preliminarily, and data detailing the metal contents in water and food are provided. As far the different working processes that entail occupational exposure to chromium are concerned, hygienic and environmental problems are discussed while identifying the average environment exposure to the different chemical forms of chromium (CrIII, CrIV, soluble and not soluble), as a function of the worker's tasks, and the relevant human response (total human Cr). Different hygienic and environmental standards in force in various countries and applicable to chromium compounds are compared. Additional information is given on the main aspects of chromium metabolism (absorption, distribution, excretion), and on the prevailing toxic actions, with specific reference to cancerogenesis. As far as biologic monitoring of the exposed people is concerned, the significance of Cr-U as dose-exposure indicator is discussed, also in the light of a critical review of the reference values. The report describes a series of analytical methods for the identification of chromium in aqueous and biologic matrices. The problems connected with health monitoring and fitness for work are eventually covered.

Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)53-105
Number of pages53
JournalGiornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro
Volume9
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1987

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Chromium Compounds
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Toxic Actions
Occupational Exposure
Metals
Environmental Monitoring
Reference Values
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Health

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  • Rehabilitation

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Minoia, C., Apostoli, P., Battaglia, A., Catenacci, G., Cottica, D., Franco, G., ... Capodaglio, E. (1987). Schede tossicologiche e analitiche: cromo e composti. Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro, 9(2), 53-105.

Schede tossicologiche e analitiche : cromo e composti. / Minoia, C.; Apostoli, P.; Battaglia, A.; Catenacci, G.; Cottica, D.; Franco, G.; Pozzoli, L.; Vanola, C.; Candura, F.; Capodaglio, E.

In: Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro, Vol. 9, No. 2, 03.1987, p. 53-105.

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Minoia, C, Apostoli, P, Battaglia, A, Catenacci, G, Cottica, D, Franco, G, Pozzoli, L, Vanola, C, Candura, F & Capodaglio, E 1987, 'Schede tossicologiche e analitiche: cromo e composti.', Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 53-105.
Minoia C, Apostoli P, Battaglia A, Catenacci G, Cottica D, Franco G et al. Schede tossicologiche e analitiche: cromo e composti. Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro. 1987 Mar;9(2):53-105.
Minoia, C. ; Apostoli, P. ; Battaglia, A. ; Catenacci, G. ; Cottica, D. ; Franco, G. ; Pozzoli, L. ; Vanola, C. ; Candura, F. ; Capodaglio, E. / Schede tossicologiche e analitiche : cromo e composti. In: Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro. 1987 ; Vol. 9, No. 2. pp. 53-105.
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