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Reproductive Hormones among Electroplaters Exposed to Chromium and Nickel at a Factory for Metallic Industries in Egypt
Egyptian Journal of Occupational Medicine
introduction: Exposure to chromium (Cr) and nickel (Ni) is prevalent at workplace. Although they are toxic, human studies on their effect on the reproductive system are few and contradictory. aim of work: To evaluate the association of male reproductive hormone levels with the concentrations of blood chromium and nickel among electroplaters in a factory for metallic industries in Egypt. materials and methods: A cross sectional comparative study was conducted on 48 electroplating workers and 48doi:10.21608/ejom.2019.47847 fatcat:y5vdce5oujgq3fbcfcu2ri4hca