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December 2004
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 2005-110

Specific Medical Tests or Examinations Published in the Literature for OSHA-Regulated Substances

Pentachlorophenol
CAS No: 87-86-5


NOTE:

(1) Efficacy of Medical Tests has not been evaluated.
(2) NIOSH references include diagnostic, screening, and other tests.
(3) OSHA mandated medical tests, if any, are provided in BOLD on a yellow background.
(4) This HTML page was created from DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 2005-110. December 2004.
(5) If a medical test/examination contains multiple references, each is listed separately.

Editor(s)
/Author(s)
Specific Medical Test(s) or Examination(s) Reference(s)

Kneip TJ, Crable JV.

Whole Blood (chemical/metabolite)

Methods for Biological Monitoring -A Manual for Assessing Human Exposure to Hazardous Substances. Am Public Health Association. 1988.

US DHHS PHS CDC NIOSH.

Whole Blood (chemical/metabolite)

NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods. 4th Edition. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 94-113.

Baselt RC.

Blood Plasma

Biological Monitoring Methods for Industrial Chemicals. 3rd Edition. Chemical Toxicology Institute,1997.

Lauwerys RR, Hoet P.

Blood Plasma

Industrial Chemical Exposure. Guidelines for Biological Monitoring. 3rd Edition. Lewis Publishers. CRC Press, Inc. 2001.

ACGIH.

Blood Plasma
  • End-Of-Shift


2004 Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents and Biological Exposure Indices. ACGIH Worldwide. 2004.

Fiserova-Bergerova V, Vlach J.

Blood Plasma
  • End-Of-Shift


Timing of sample collection for biological monitoring of occupational exposure. Ann Occup Hyg 41/3:345-353, 1997.

Kneip TJ, Crable JV.

Blood Serum

Methods for Biological Monitoring -A Manual for Assessing Human Exposure to Hazardous Substances. Am Public Health Association. 1988.

US DHHS PHS CDC NIOSH and US DOL OSHA.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)
NIOSH/OSHA Occupational Health Guidelines for Chemical Hazards DHHS (NIOSH) Pub No. 81-123; 88-118; Suppls. I-IV. 1981-1995.

Baselt RC.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)

Biological Monitoring Methods for Industrial Chemicals. 3rd Edition. Chemical Toxicology Institute,1997.

Lauwerys RR, Hoet P.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)

Industrial Chemical Exposure. Guidelines for Biological Monitoring. 3rd Edition. Lewis Publishers. CRC Press, Inc. 2001.

Proctor NH, Hughes JP.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)

Chemical Hazards of the Workplace. JB Lippincott Company. 1978.

Kneip TJ, Crable JV.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)

Methods for Biological Monitoring -A Manual for Assessing Human Exposure to Hazardous Substances. Am Public Health Association. 1988.

US DHHS PHS CDC NIOSH.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)
  • End of Workweek


NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods. 4th Edition. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 94-113.

Fiserova-Bergerova V, Vlach J.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)
  • End of Workweek


Timing of sample collection for biological monitoring of occupational exposure. Ann Occup Hyg 41/3:345-353, 1997.

Fiserova-Bergerova V, Vlach J.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)
  • Prior to Shift


Timing of sample collection for biological monitoring of occupational exposure. Ann Occup Hyg 41/3:345-353, 1997.

ACGIH.

Urine (chemical/metabolite)
  • Prior to Last Shift of Workweek


2004 Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents and Biological Exposure Indices. ACGIH Worldwide. 2004.

 

 
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