NIOSH Hazard Review: Carbonless Copy Paper/Other Publications Examined

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Other Publications Examined

Ahland R. Numerous causes of office disease. Paper preprint. Stockholm, Sweden.

Arndt R [1984]. Stress, indoor air-pollution top complaints of office workers. Occupational Health and Safety Letter, September, p. 22.

American Academy of Allergy and Immunology, Executive Committee [1986]. Position statements: clinical ecology. J Allergy Clin Immunol 78(2):269–271.

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, Board of Directors [1999]. Position statement: idiopathic environmental intolerances. J Allergy Clin Immunol 103(No.1, Part 1):36–40.

American College of Occupational Medicine, Toxicology Committee [1990]. What is environmental medicine? (editorial). J Occup Med 32 (11):1130–1132.

American College of Physicians [1989]. Clinical ecology. Ann Intern Med 111(2):168–178.

American Medical Association, Council on Scientific Affairs [1992]. Clinical ecology. JAMA 268(24):3465–3467.

Brunea RW, Raby JM [1991]. Security for images formed by impact-based systems. U.S. Patent No. 5,033,773.

Bruze M, Freguri S, Zimerson E [1985]. Contact allergy to phenol-formaldehyde resins. Contact Dermatitis 12(2):81–86.

California Medical Association, Scientific Board Task Force on Clinical Ecology [1986]. Clinical ecology—a critical appraisal. West J Med 144:239–245.

Callender TJ, Morrow L, Kodanallur S, Duhon D, Ristovv M [1993]. Three-dimensional brain metabolic imaging in patients with toxic encephalopathy. Env Research 60:295–319.

Callender TJ, Duhon D, Ristovv M [1994]. Olfactory intolerance and dynamic neurophysiological abnormalities in patients with toxic encephalopathy. Adv Bioscien 93:611–619.

Carlson RM, Carlson RE, Kopperman H, Caple R [1975]. Facile incorporation of chlorine into aromatic systems during aqueous chlorination processes. Environ Sci Technol 9(7):674–675.

Conoley G [1982]. Living may be hazardous to your health. American Way, February. d'Arrigo V. Research on the content of PCB in chemical carbonless copying papers. pp. 220–222.

Dyer J, Warren K, Merlin S, Metcalfe DO, Kaliner M [1982]. Measurement of plasma histamine: description of an improved method and normal values. J Aller Clin Immunol 70(2):82–87.

Earhart HW, Rugen DF [1981]. Sec-ylbiphenyl composition and process for preparing the same. U.S. Patent No. 4,287,074.

Einkauf MA, Klock MM, Le NT [1992]. Method for adaptively providing near phong grade shading for patterns in a graphics display system. U.S. Patent No. 5,163,126.

Ervin E Jr. [1987]. Heated mats for melting snow and ice from outdoor surfaces. U.S. Patent No. 4,646,818.

Jaakkola JJK, Miettinen P [1995]. Type of ventilation system in office building and sick building syndrome. Am J Epidemiol 141(8):755–765.

Fiedler N, Kipen H [1997]. Chemical sensitivity: the scientific literature. Environ Health Perspect 105(Suppl 2):409–415.

Fristedt B [1983]. The "paper-sick" office—just as dangerous as an industrial chemical plant. Arbetsmiljo 6:24–25.

Goodwin DW, Guze SB [1996]. Somatization disorder (hysteria). In: Psychiatric diagnosis. 5th ed. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 105–126.

Göthe CJ [1982]. Self-copying paper—a health problem? Lakartidningen 79:336–338.

Harrison J, Pickering CAC, Faragher EB, Austwick PKC, Little SA, and Lawton L [1992]. An investigation of the relationship between micorbial and particulate indoor air pollution and sick building syndrome. Respir Med 86:225–235.

Hazardous Substances Data Base (HSDB). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine.

International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology [1993]. Report of the ISRTP board. Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 18(1):79.

Ishige S, Usami T, Kamikawa H, Tanaka T [1989]. Black color heat-sensitive diazo microcapsule recording material with benzoylacetic amide coupler. U.S. Patent No. 4,842,979

Jaakkola JJK, Miettinen P [1995]. Type of ventilation system in office building and sick building syndrome. Am J Epidemiol 141(8):755-765

Kehrl HR [1997]. Laboratory testing of the patient with multiple chemical sensitivity. Environ Health Perspect 105(Suppl 2):443–444.

Knop A, Pilato LA [1985]. Phenolic resins—chemistry, applications and performance, future directions. New York: Springer Verlag, p. 103.

Konopinski VJ [1983]. Formaldehyde in office and commercial environments. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 44(3):205–208.

Konopinski VJ [1985]. Seasonal formaldehyde concentrations in an office building. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 46(2):65–68.

Krake AM, Kawamoto MM [1993]. Hazard evaluation and technical assistance report: University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN. Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, NIOSH Report No. HETA 93–0190.

Lachapelle J-M [1987]. The concept of industrial airborne irritant or allergic contact dermatitis. In: Maibach HI, ed. Occupational and industrial dermatology. 2nd ed. Chicago, IL: Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc., pp. 179–189.

Levi L [1984]. Stress in industry: causes, effects, and prevention. Occupational safety and health series, No. 51. Geneva Switzerland: International Labour Office.

Levy [1980]. Health problems during handling of carbonless copy paper. Summary of lecture at the 29th Conference of Nordic Dermatologists in Norway, November 3-5, Publication No. 1980 N 13, p. 84. (Helseplager ved bruk av selvkopierended papir. Resume av foredrag vid 29e Nordiske Yrkeshygieniske Note I Norge, 3-5 Nov, YIH, Publidasjon 1980 N 13, s. 84.)

Marsh GM [1997]. Carbonless copy paper: an updated review of published epidemiological studies (submitted to NIOSH Docket Office; Marsh is an independent consultant for The Mead Corporation, Fine Paper Division).

Meggs WJ [1997]. Hypothesis for induction and propagation of chemical sensitivity based on biopsy studies. Environ Health Perspect 105(Suppl 2):473—478.

Mendell MJ [1993]. Non-specific symptoms in office workers: a review and summary of the epidemiologic literature. Indoor Air 3:227-236.

Mendell MJ, Fisk WJ, Deddens JA, Seavey WG, Smith AH, Smith DF, Hodgson AT, Daisey JM, Goldman LR [1996]. Elevated symptom prevalence associated with ventilation type in office buildings. Epidemiology 7(6)583-589.

Menzies R, Tamblyn R, Farant J-P, Hanley J, Nunes F, Tamblyn R [I993]. The effect of varying levels of outdoor air supply on the symptoms of sick building syndrome. New Engl J Med 328(12):82l-827.

Metz GD, McCrary C, O'Connor JG, Proehl DS, Saccocio EJ, Dowler J [1989]. Developer sheet useful in providing transparencies or reproductions having a controlled gloss finish. U.S. Patent No. 4,859,561.

Miller RE, Brown RW [I987]. Pressure sensitive record material. U.S. Patent No. 4,675,706.

Moramarco SS [1983]. Does your office make you sick? Am Health, Jan/Feb, pp. 79-85.

National Injury Information Clearinghouse [1998]. Printout of reported incidents file on carbonless complaints.

New Jersey Department of Health [1989]. Hazardous substance fact sheet: diethylene triamine. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Department of Health.

Norback D, Torge'n M [1989]. A longitudinal study relating carpeting with sick building syndrome. Environ International 15:129-135.

Piechota CL [1985]. Psychological stress—the unrecognized health hazard (guest editorial). Am Ind Hyg Assoc J.

Ross GH [1997]. Clinical characteristics of chemical sensitivity: an illustrative case history of asthma and MCS. Environ Health Perspect 105 (Suppl 2):437-44l.

Schmidt CJ, Tebbett IR, Couch MW [I998]. Carbonless copy paper: a review of its chemical components. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences; University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Department of Medicinal Chemistry. Unpublished.

Shama S [1989]. Skin and systemic reactions from carbonless copy paper. Occup Environ Med Report 3(l):l-2.

Smith JG, McCall RB, Chan PK [1977]. Formation of polychlorinated aromatic compounds during aqueous chlorination. Environ Pollution 14:289–296.

Soine L [1995]. Sick building syndrome and gender bias: imperiling women’s health. Soc Work Health Care 20(3):51–65.

Stellman J, Henifin MS [1984]. Office work can be dangerous to your health. New York: Pantheon Books.

Stenberg B, Eriksson N, Mild KH, Höög J, Sandström M, Sundell J, Wall S [1993]. The office illness project in Northern Sweden—an interdisciplinary study of the sick building syndrome (SBS). Proceedings of Indoor Air 1:393–398.

Stovall T [1980]. Victims of the 20th century. Dallas Morning News Scene Magazine, November, pp. 1–5.

Sturaro A, Parvoli G, Rella R, Doretti L [1994]. Gas chromatographic—mass spectrometric, high-performance liquid chromatographic—UV and gas chromatographic—fourier transform IR responses to an industrial mixture of diisopropylnaphthalenes. J Chromatogr A 688(1/2):211–219.

Sturaro A, Parvoli G, Rella R, Doretti L [1995]. Hydrogenated terphenyl contaminants in recycled paper. Chemosphere 30(4):687–694.

Sylvain DC, Malkin R [1996]. Hazard evaluation and technical assistance report: Jordan Hospital, Plymouth, MA. Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, NIOSH Report No. HETA 95–0362–2587.

Thrasher JD, Madison R, Broughton A, Gard Z [1989]. Building-related illness and antibodies to albumin conjugates of formaldehyde, toluene diisocyanate, and trimelletic anhydride. Am J Ind Med 15:187–195.

Treon JF, Cleveland FP, Cappel JW, Atchley RW [1956]. The toxicity of the vapors of Aroclor 1242® and Aroclor 1254®. Am Ind Hyg Assoc Qtrly 17(2):204–213.

Van Der Leun JC, de Kreek EJ, Deenstra-van Leeuwen M, van Weelden H [1966]. Photosensitivity owing to thiourea [letter to the editor]. Arch Dermatol 113:1611.

WHO (World Health Organization) [1997]. Report of multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS) workshop: International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS)/German Workshop on Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Berlin, Germany. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 69:224–226.