Abstracts for 2018 ICOH Congress Include Several Regarding Nanomaterials

The 32nd Triennial Congress of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) was held April 29 through May 4, 2018, in Dublin, Ireland.  Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) has published the abstracts for the Congress online, including the following ones concerning nanomaterials: “Update of potential hazards of nanomaterials,” by PA Schulte, I Iavicoli; “Overview — update of potential hazards of engineered nanomaterials,” by PA Schulte; “Noninvasive biomonitoring of 3 groups of nanomaterials workers with elevated markers of oxidative stress and inflammation,” by D Pelclova, V Zdimal, S Dvorackova, J Schwarz, J Ondracek, M Komarc, S Vlckova, Z Fenclova, O Makes, S Zakharov; “The potential carcinogenicity of carbon nanotubes (cnts): similarities and differences with the pathogenesis of asbestos related cancers,” by H Wolff; “Hazard determinants of carbon nanotubes (cnts) driving molecular…

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