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Year : 1998  |  Volume : 1  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 24--39

Epidemiological studies of the cardiovascular effects of occupational noise - a critical appraisal


Institute for Water-, Soil and Air Hygiene, Federal Health Office, Berlin, Germany

Correspondence Address:
Wolfgang Babisch
Institute for Water-, Soil and Air Hygiene, Federal Health Office, P.O. Box 330022, D- 14191 Berlin
Germany
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PMID: 12689365

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Reviews of epidemiological studies of cardiovascular effects of occupational noise have been published regularly in the literature. The first part of this paper summarizes the conclusions which have been drawn. The second part focuses in more detail on the results of studies in which noise exposure was not assessed by objective measurements, but on the basis of subjec­tive ratings as given by the study subjects in a questionnaire. Finally, the paper addresses some issues of occupational noise studies which deserve special attention from the methodological and conceptual point of view. These are concerned with study design, statistical inference, selection and confounding bias, overcontrolling, effect modification and exposure misclassifi­cation.






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