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The relationship between the utilization of health center and exposed amount to solvent by using cumulative exposure index
|dc.description.abstract||This study was conducted in order to clarify the factors affecting the number of utilization to health center for the shipyard workers who have been work in exposed environment to solvent. At first the tendencies of the number of utilization to health center in accordance with cumulative exposure(CE), lifetime weighted average exposure(LWAE), one's place of duty, work contents, states of using safety apparatus, the degree of the knowledge on handling solvents, exposure year.
1) The increase in the cumulative exposure(CE) was significantly higher in the number of utilization to health center. The group with longer exposure year showed significantly higher number of utilization to health center(p<0.01). Considering the work contents such as power blasting, spray, mixing and touch-up, the group of touch-up showed higher number of utilization to health center and this difference was statistically significant(p<0.001). Those who were not using the safety apparatus, showed higher number of utilization to health center, which was statistically significant(p<0.05). The degree of the knowledge on handling the solvent had no relation with using health center.
2) The results conducted from this study by multiple regression analysis in clarifying the factors affecting the number of utilization to health center, CE, exposure year and using safety apparatus was significant factor in utilization of health center.
|dc.title||The relationship between the utilization of health center and exposed amount to solvent by using cumulative exposure index||-|
|dc.title.alternative||누적 폭로지수를 이용한 유기용제 폭로량과 의무실 이용의 관계||-|
|dc.subject.keyword||utilization of health center||-|
|dc.citation.title||The Korean journal of preventive medicine||-|
|dc.citation.title||Yebang Ŭihakhoe chi||-|
|dc.identifier.bibliographicCitation||The Korean journal of preventive medicine, 31(3):403-413, 1998||-|
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