10] exposure levels for 1 and 2 weeks before delivery were associated with elevated maternal CRP levels (> 8 mg/L) in the first trimester, but no clear dose response relationships were observed.
What does EL stand for?
EL stands for Exposure Level
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- Erie Lackawanna Railway Company
- Essential Links (website)
- European Lotteries
- Exception List
- Exclusive Lock
- Excursion Limit (OSHA)
- Executive Level (government employee heirarchy; Australia)
- Expansion Loop
- Expected Loss
- Exploration Lease (mineral exploration)
- Exposure Limits
- Expression Language
- External Links (OSPF)
- Greek (ISO standard two letter language code for Greek)
- Electromagnetic Core Imperfection Detection
- Elevation Data Box
- Elevation Receiver Regulator
- Elevation Uncouple
- Electronics And Biotechnology Advanced
Samples in periodicals archive:
Following the accident, Japan raised the exposure limit for both adults and children from one to 20 millisieverts per year, matching the maximum exposure level for nuclear industry workers in many countries.
Lead author Qinghua Sun of Ohio State University says exposure levels for the animals.
The Health Protection Agency (HPA) will spend two years conducting lab tests and monitoring exposure levels to the wireless signals in classrooms, homes and offices, before compiling a health risk report on the technology.
The primary concern for metalcasting facilities is that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will lower the permissible exposure level (PEL) to an unreachable number.
Compared with the asphalt surface, the UV exposure level is increased on the snow's surface.
The EPA issued a preliminary recommendation two years ago for an exposure level that translated into 1 part per billion.
It also lacks the ability to tell you your exposure level since the most common route of exposure is through inhalation (breathing).