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COUNCIL ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH

COUNCIL ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH COUNCIL ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF OCCUPATIONAL DERMATOSES This last is the in a series the Committee on Der¬ of five reports prepared by Occupational matoses the Council Industrial American on Medical Association. of Health, B. Dixon M.D., Holland, Secretary. dermatoses of the cost this nation millions state and of the health some Occupational departments, of in dollars lost lessened and state labor offer time, who consultative efficiency pro¬ departments and medical and each services on industrial duction, care compensation hygiene engineering prob¬ There which relate lems. year. are no accurately figures the total cost of these but the Where devices are used to diseases, good con¬ money engineering for and ad¬ trol the medical care is environment, dermatoses are spent compensation occupational excessive. These facts become more less at the mittedly prevalent. time it is impor¬ However, present when it is realized that estimated that tant derma¬ less than one-third of the occupational working in has toses Because access to environmental are, large measure, population con¬ preventable.1 good of the continued of these trols within the diseases and As small with prevalence a result, plants plant. the inconvenience and which environmental contribute to suffering accompany poor http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

COUNCIL ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH

JAMA , Volume 169 (12) – Mar 21, 1959

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1959 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1959.03000290066015
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Abstract

COUNCIL ON INDUSTRIAL HEALTH PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF OCCUPATIONAL DERMATOSES This last is the in a series the Committee on Der¬ of five reports prepared by Occupational matoses the Council Industrial American on Medical Association. of Health, B. Dixon M.D., Holland, Secretary. dermatoses of the cost this nation millions state and of the health some Occupational departments, of in dollars lost lessened and state labor offer time, who consultative efficiency pro¬ departments and medical and each services on industrial duction, care compensation hygiene engineering prob¬ There which relate lems. year. are no accurately figures the total cost of these but the Where devices are used to diseases, good con¬ money engineering for and ad¬ trol the medical care is environment, dermatoses are spent compensation occupational excessive. These facts become more less at the mittedly prevalent. time it is impor¬ However, present when it is realized that estimated that tant derma¬ less than one-third of the occupational working in has toses Because access to environmental are, large measure, population con¬ preventable.1 good of the continued of these trols within the diseases and As small with prevalence a result, plants plant. the inconvenience and which environmental contribute to suffering accompany poor

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 21, 1959

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