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Laboratory-Acquired Clostridium difficile Polymerase Chain Reaction Ribotype 027: A New Risk for Laboratory Workers?

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Animal allergen sensitization in veterinarians and laboratory animal workers

An Outbreak of Pruritic Skin Lesions in a Group of Laboratory Workers—A Case Report

Olfactory sensitivity in medical laboratory workers occupationally exposed to organic solvent mixtures

Safety Profile of Smallpox Vaccine: Insights from the Laboratory Worker Smallpox Vaccination Program

Influence of Toxic Bait Type and Starvation on Worker and Queen Mortality in Laboratory Colonies of Argentine Ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

Risk Factors Associated with the Reporting of Musculoskeletal Symptoms in Workers at a Laboratory of Clinical Pathology

Greater sensitivity to ionizing radiation at older age: follow-up of workers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory through 1990.

Application of a prospective model for calculating worker exposure due to the air pathway for operations in a laboratory

Peter L. Twohig. Labour in the Laboratory: Medical Laboratory Workers in the Maritimes, 1900–1950. (Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society, number 23.) Ithaca, N.Y.: McGill-Queen's University Press. 2005. Pp. xvi, 241. $70.00

FELL, Honor Bridget (1900 - 1986), medical research worker, Strangeways Research Laboratory, Cambridge, since 1979 (Director, 1929–70); Foulerton Research Fellow, Royal Society, 1941–67; Fellow of Girton College, Cambridge, 1955

NEEDHAM, Dorothy Mary Moyle (1896 - 1987), Research Worker, Biochemical Laboratory, Cambridge, 1920–63; Foundation Fellow, Lucy Cavendish Collegiate Society, University of Cambridge, 1965, Emeritus Fellow, 1966

SMITH, Herbert Williams (1919 - 1987), Agricultural and Food Research Council’s Research Worker, Department of Microbiology, Houghton Laboratory (formerly Houghton Poultry Research Station), Cambridgeshire, since 1971 (Head of Department 1971–84)

 

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Syn: laboratory technician. An occupational group comprising professionally and/or technically trained staff in hospital laboratories, diagnostic clinics, public health services, environmental surveillance, etc. Significant occupational risks arise in some laboratory work, notably exposure to biohazards, ionizing radiation, and toxic chemicals.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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