Environmental Medicine is an indispensable aid to the investigation, diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of environmentally-acquired disorders. It brings into sharp focus the increasing importance of the practice of environmental medicine, drawing together the many different strands that make up this modern discipline, and putting topical and controversial subjects into evidence-based context. The editors and authors are all leading authorities in their respective fields and are drawn from a wide variety of sources, including government advisory bodies. They have put emphasis on the issues most relevant to contemporary pratice, ensuring everyday relevance, while not neglecting less common conditions. Boxes and tables are used throughout for clarity and accessibility.ICNIRP1998 guidence 1nT 10nT 100nT 1I¼T 10I¼T High-voltage power line Typical 50m to side Range in typical homes not near power lines E x p o s u r e s E f f e c t s E xp o s u r e l i m i t s Level implicated by epidemiology of childhood leukaemia Acute effects Magneto- ... The different levels in different countries can be understood in terms of different wiring practices and electricity consumption.2, 3anbsp;...
|Author||:||Jon G. Ayres, Roy M. Harrison, Gordon L. Nichols, Robert L. Maynard CBE|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2010-07-30|