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EVALUATION OF DISPOSABLE DIAPERS FOR MEASUREMENTS OF PESTICIDE METABOLITES AND CREATININE IN URINE SAMPLES
Fortmann, R. EVALUATION OF DISPOSABLE DIAPERS FOR MEASUREMENTS OF PESTICIDE METABOLITES AND CREATININE IN URINE SAMPLES. Presented at National Children's Pilot Study Review, Research Triangle Park, NC, November 21, 2003.
The objective of this task is to identify, develop, and evaluate simple, cost effective monitoring methods that can be used to develop exposure classifications for the proposed Longitudinal Cohort Study. Methods once evaluated should be applicable to other epidemiological studies. This project will be conducted as four concurrent subprojects.
(1) demonstrating field performance and developing uptake rates of a semipermeable membrane devise (SMPD) to collect long-term integrated samples for semivolatile organics in air,
(2) developing simple rapid methods for analyzing the SMPDs,
(3) developing rapid field or near field methods for analyzing chemical metabolites in urine,
(4) review literature to identify available but not currently used techniques for long-term integrated exposure measurements.
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