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The potential occupational health risks associated with the manufacture and use of nanomaterials are not yet clearly understood. Concerned individuals from government, industry, labor, and academia, together with occupational health professionals and medical personnel, have raised questions about whether workers exposed to engineered nanoparticles should be provided some t The potential occupational health risks associated with the manufacture and use of nanomaterials are not yet clearly understood. Concerned individuals from government, industry, labor, and academia, together with occupational health professionals and medical personnel, have raised questions about whether workers exposed to engineered nanoparticles should be provided some type of medical surveillance. The purpose of this document is to Workers provide interim guidance concerning specific medical screening for these workers-that is, medical tests for asymptomatic workers-until additional research either supports or negates the need for this type of screening.


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The potential occupational health risks associated with the manufacture and use of nanomaterials are not yet clearly understood. Concerned individuals from government, industry, labor, and academia, together with occupational health professionals and medical personnel, have raised questions about whether workers exposed to engineered nanoparticles should be provided some t The potential occupational health risks associated with the manufacture and use of nanomaterials are not yet clearly understood. Concerned individuals from government, industry, labor, and academia, together with occupational health professionals and medical personnel, have raised questions about whether workers exposed to engineered nanoparticles should be provided some type of medical surveillance. The purpose of this document is to Workers provide interim guidance concerning specific medical screening for these workers-that is, medical tests for asymptomatic workers-until additional research either supports or negates the need for this type of screening.

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