Central European Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
1995, Vol. 1, No 1


To the Reader 
    Pál Kovács, Minister of Welfare, Hungary 

Lung Dust Loads Monitored by Noninvasive Magnotometric Method 
    Ferdinand Kruty, Ivan Simacek, Ján Manka and Peter Vrabcek 

Some Biological Effects of Selected Inorganic Fibrous Dusts on Rat Alveolar Macrophages and Blood Parameters after Intratracheal Instillation 
    Marta Hurbánková and Alzbeta Kaiglová 

Comparison of Health of Miners of Underground Lignite Mines and Bituminous Coal Mines 
    Petr Brhel and Zuzana Rybáková 

Combined Effects of Binary Solvent Mixtures 
    Emil Frantík and Ludmila Vodicková 

Blood Lead Concentrations of Hungarian Children Living in a Suburban Area Surrounding a former Lead Processing Plant 
    Mária Groszmann, Aranka Hudák, Miklós Náray and Edit Szépvölgyi 

Biological Monitoring in Lead Exposure 
    Miklós Timár, Mária Groszmann, Aranka Hudák, Miklós Náray and Edit Szépvölgyi 

Environmental Health Assessment of Irritants and Heavy Metals in Transylvania, Romania 
    Gurzau, E. S., Emilia Niciu, Simona Surdu, Ecaterina Bodor, Ilieana Costin and Ana Maier 

Comparison of Indoor-Outdoor Air Lead Pollution in an Urban Area in Budapest 
    Mahmoud Hassanien and Amanda Horváth 

The Occurrence of Sister Chromatid Exchanges in Lymphocytes of Radon-Exposed Underground Ore Miners 
    Sarolta Gundy, János Bank, Iván Bojtor and György Köteles 

Guidelines for Management of Health Care Wastes in Hungary 
    Amanda Horváth 

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