An investigation of workers exposed with zirconium dioxide did not result in differences compared to control groups.

 

A small group of workers induced an investigation in 1981. They had been exposed to zirconium at the work place for 1 to 17 years and suspected a possible health risk. The subsequent study within this collective of 32 men resulted in no differences to a corresponding control group [1]. Nevertheless, the size of the collective is too small to come to final estimations of a possible health effect.

 

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  1. Hadjimichael, OC et al. (1981), J Occup Med, 23(8): 543-547.

 

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