Incidence of Hypertension among Lead Workers: A Follow-up Study based on Regular Control over 20 years


Three hundred and sixty-four workers employed in an accumulator factory had at least three bloodpressure determinations during 1962 in a study of the relation between lead exposure and the incidence of hypertension. In this group 46 workers were found to have hypertension; the expected incidence was 51.

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