PESTICIDE applicators (Persons), FLIGHT crews, CANCER, and MORTALITY
Measures the fatality among aerial pesticide applicators and flight instructors from air crashes and cancer in the United States. Effect of medical standards for medical flight instructor; Use of historical prospective study of aerial applicators; Vital status of applicators and instructors.
MORTALITY, PESTICIDE applicators (Persons), and HEALTH risk assessment
Examines the mortality of male aerial pesticide applicators and flight instructors in the United States from 1965 to 1979. Reference of the data based on the computerized Federal Aviation Administration medical examination records; Standard mortality ratios (SMR) of men; Efficacy of SMR in the assessment of cancer risks.
McLaurin, Kristen A., Booze, Rosemarie M., Mactutus, Charles F., and Fairchild, Amanda J.
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. Nov 6, 2017
HIV infection -- Diagnosis, HIV infection -- Care and treatment, Rats -- Research, Rattus -- Research, and Signal detection (Electronics) -- Usage
Author(s): Kristen A. McLaurin, Rosemarie M. Booze, Charles F. Mactutus, Amanda J. Fairchild Profound sex differences in human immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV-1) have been repeatedly reported. Females, who account for [...]