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PS1.1 - Manufactured chemicals and waste management poster session - Manufactured chemicals
Wednesday 26 August 2009, 12:00 - 13:00
O'Reilly Hall
PS1.1.37 Acute response to exposure to Sarin in veterans tested at Porton Down
Thomas Keegan*1, Claire Brooks2, Toby Langdon2, Sue Walker3, Lucy Carpenter2, Katherine Venables3
1Childhood Cancer Research Group, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Department of Public Health, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 33Dstl Porton Down, United Kingdom
PS1.1.38 Can Living in the Surroundings of a Petrochemical Complex be a Risk Factor for Autoimmune Thyroid Disease?
Clarice Umbelino de Freitas*1, Rosaria Grimaldi Campos1, Mirta Rodrigues Silva1, Maria Rosana Isberner Panachão1, Jose Cassio de Moraes2, William Waissmann5, Antonio Roberto Chacra3, Marina Maeda4, Regina Minazzi Rodrigues4, James Gonçalves Belchor6, Sonia Oliveira Barbosa7, Raimunda Telma M Santos4
1Epidemiological Surveillance Center – CVE/SES, Brazil, 2Department of Social Medicine – Santa Casa de Misericórdia Hospital, Brazil, 3Department of Endocrinology – UNIFESP, Brazil, 4Adolfo Lutz Institute – IAL/SES, Brazil, 5Oswaldo Cruz Foundation – FIOCRUZ/MS, Brazil, 6Mauá City Department of Health, Brazil, 7Santo André City Department of Health, Brazil
PS1.1.39 Lipid peroxidation and oxidative status in metal foundry workers
Hsiu-Ling Chen*, Chia-I Chan
Institute of Occupational Safety and Hazard Prevention, Hung Kuang University, Taiwan
PS1.1.40 Serum levels of p,p'-DDE and reproductive hormone profile in male greenhouse workers of Morelos, Mexico.
Julia Blanco-Muñoz*1, Marina Lacasaña2,3, Clemente Aguilar-Garduño2,4, Mariano E. Cebrián-García5, Susana Bassol6, Magally Mayanin Morales5, Rosa María García-Hernández5, Cecilia Hernández6
1National Institute of Public Health, Mexico, 2Andalusian School of Public Health, Spain, 3CIBER of Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP), Spain, 4Andalusian Observatory of Environmental Health (OSMAN), Spain, 5CINVESTAV, Mexico, 6Research Center Medicine School, Mexico
PS1.1.41 Occupation solvents exposure and cognitive decline in older adults
Emile Jorgensen1, Jennifer Weuve*2, Denis Evans2, Martha Clare Morris2, Todd Beck2, Leslie Stayner1, Serap Erdal1
1University of Illinois at Chicago, United States, 2Rush University, United States
PS1.1.42 Exposure to volatile organic compounds and kidney dysfunction in one thin-film transistor-liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) company 
Ta-Yuan Chang*, Guei-Hong Huang
China Medical University, Taiwan
PS1.1.43 Outdoor volatile organic compounds exposure and irritant health effects near a plastic recycling factory
Toshihide Tsuda*1, Takashi Yorifuji2
1Okayama University Graduate School of Environment, Japan, 2Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacology, Japan
PS1.1.44 Pests and Pesticides in the City: Washington DC Survey
David F Goldsmith*, Pamela Davidson, Jerome Paulson
George Washington University, United States
PS1.1.45 Relationships between Brominated Flame Retardant Concentrations in House Dust and Serum Hormone Levels in Men
Paula I. Johnson*1, Heather M. Stapleton2, Russ Hauser3, John D. Meeker1
1University of Michigan, United States, 2Duke University, United States, 3Harvard University, United States
PS1.1.46 Exposure to bisphenol A and phthalates affects lung function and oxidative stress in the elderly
Jin Hee Kim*1, Sanghyuk Bae2, Kiyoung Lee3, Jong-Ryeul Sohn4, Yun-Chul Hong1,2
1Seoul National University Medical Research Center, Korea, Republic of, 2Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea, Republic of, 3Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of, 4Korea University, Korea, Republic of
PS1.1.47 Concentrations of urinary phthalate metabolites in Mexican women with and without diabetes
Raúl U. Hernández-Ramírez1, Marcia Galván-Portillo1, Antonia M. Calafat*2, Mariano E. Cebrián-García3, Luisa Torres-Sanchez1, Larry L. Needham2, Michelle Romero-Franco1, Lizbeth López-Carrillo1
1Centro de Investigación en Salud Poblacional. Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico, 2Division of Laboratory Sciences. Division of Laboratory Sciences. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States, 3Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico
PS1.1.48 German residents exposed to PFOA-contaminated drinking water: one year follow up
Michael Wilhelm*1, Thomas Göen2, Jürgen Angerer2, Knut Rauchfuss3, Martin Kraft4, Peter Kleeschulte5, Jürgen Hölzer1
1Department of Hygiene, Social and Environmental Medicine, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, 2Institute and Outpatient Clinic of Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 3North Rhine-Westphalia State Agency for Nature, Environment and Consumer Protection, Germany, 4Ministry of Environment and Conservation, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 5Public Health Department of the Hochsauerlandkreis, Germany
PS1.1.49 Evaluation of safety of nanoparticles and water with modified structure in cytogenetic studies
Nikolay Moshkov1, Faina Ingel*1, Ludmila Ahaltseva1, Georgy Krivtsov2, Galina Yakovleva1, Anatoly Stekhin1
1A.N.Sysin State Research Institute for Human Ecology and Environmental Hygiene of Russian Academy of Medical Science, Russian Federation, 2I.I.Mechnikov State Institute of Vaccines and Serums of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Russian Federation
PS1.1.50 The relationship between the length of using pacifier and feeding bottle and the prevalence of respiratory and allergic illnesses during childhood
Nai Yun Hsu*1, Huey Jen Su1, Pei Chih Wu2
1Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, College of Medicine, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan
PS1.1.51 Prenatal phenol exposure and expression of imprinted genes in human placenta
Cheryl Stein1, Jia Chen1, Andreas Diplas1, Luca Lambertini1, Antonia Calafat2, Xiaoyun Ye2, Susan Teitelbaum1, James Wetmur1, Mary Wolff1, Rhoda Sperling1, Menjean Lee1, Stephanie Engel*1
1Mount Sinai School of Medicine, United States, 2Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States
PS1.1.52 Prevalence of liver diseases in the Estuary of Santos, Brazil.
Daniele Carvalho2, Mariana Guimarães2, Nilva Campina2, Mônica Lobarinhas2, Ana Lopes2, Michele Cunha2, Ivy Souza1, Vera Oliveira1, Lucas Braga4, Lourdes Martins2, Adriana Gomes3, Luiz Pereira1,2, Alfésio Braga*1,3
1Catholic University of Santos, Brazil, 2University of São Paulo Faculty of Medical Sciences, Brazil, 3Center for Study of Contemporary Culture, Brazil, 4Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil
PS1.1.53 Prevalence of blood diseases in the Estuary of Santos, Brazil.
Tatyana Ribeiro1, Mariana Guimarães2, Daniele Carvalho2, Nilva Campina2, Mônica Lobarinhas2, Ana Lopes2, Michele Cunha2, Vivianni Wanderley1, Andréa Invenção1, Tomas Braga3, Lourdes Martins2, Adriana Gomes3,2, Luiz Pereira1,2, Alfésio Braga*1,3
1Catholic University of Santos, Brazil, 2University of São Paulo Faculty of Medical Sciences, Brazil, 3Center for Studies of Contemporary Culture, Brazil