Objective. Italy has been a large user of asbestos and asbestos containing materials until the 1992 ban. We present a pooled cohort study on long-term mortality in exposed workers. Methods. Pool of 43 Italian asbestos cohorts (asbestos cement, rolling stock, shipbuilding, glasswork, harbors, insulation and other industries). SMRs were computed by industrial sector for the 1970-2010 period, for the major causes, using reference rates by age, sex, region and calendar period. Results. The study included 51 801 subjects (5741 women): 55.9% alive, 42.6% died (cause known for 95%) and 1.5% lost to follow-up. Asbestos exposure was estimated at the plant and period levels. Asbestos related mortality was significantly increased. All industrial sectors showed increased mortality from pleural malignancies, and most also

Italian pool of asbestos workers cohorts: asbestos related mortality by industrial sector and cumulative exposure / Magnani C.; Silvestri S.; Angelini A.; Ranucci A.; Azzolina D.; Cena T.; Chellini E.; Merler E.; Pavone V.; Miligi L.; Gorini G.; Bressan V.; Girardi P.; Bauleo L.; Romeo E.; Luberto F.; Sala O.; Scarnato C.; Menegozzo S.; Oddone E.; Tunesi S.; Perticaroli P.; Pettinari A.; Cuccaro F.; Mattioli S.; Baldassarre A.; Barone-Adesi F.; Musti M.; Mirabelli D.; Pirastu R.; Marinaccio A.; Massari S.; Ferrante D.. - In: ANNALI DELL'ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITÀ. - ISSN 0021-2571. - ELETTRONICO. - 56:(2020), pp. 292-302. [10.4415/ANN_20_03_07]

Italian pool of asbestos workers cohorts: asbestos related mortality by industrial sector and cumulative exposure

Silvestri S.;Azzolina D.;Chellini E.;Miligi L.;Gorini G.;Girardi P.;Baldassarre A.;Mirabelli D.;Pirastu R.;Massari S.;
2020

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Objective. Italy has been a large user of asbestos and asbestos containing materials until the 1992 ban. We present a pooled cohort study on long-term mortality in exposed workers. Methods. Pool of 43 Italian asbestos cohorts (asbestos cement, rolling stock, shipbuilding, glasswork, harbors, insulation and other industries). SMRs were computed by industrial sector for the 1970-2010 period, for the major causes, using reference rates by age, sex, region and calendar period. Results. The study included 51 801 subjects (5741 women): 55.9% alive, 42.6% died (cause known for 95%) and 1.5% lost to follow-up. Asbestos exposure was estimated at the plant and period levels. Asbestos related mortality was significantly increased. All industrial sectors showed increased mortality from pleural malignancies, and most also
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