1. Acute and Chronic Respiratory Effects of Chromium Mists

Masoud Neghab; Parisa Azad; marzieh Honarbakhsh; Fatemeh Zarei; Ebrahim Ghaderi

Volume 3, Issue 3 , July 2015, , Pages 119-124

Abstract
  Background: Despite wide application of chromium in electroplating industry, the pulmonary effects of chronic exposure to this chemical have not been extensively studied and are subject of debate and controversy. This study was, therefore, undertaken to further address this issue. Methods: The study ...  Read More

2. Effects of Occupational Noise Exposure on Hearing Status, Blood Lipid and Hypertension Levels in Workers of a Fireclay Mine

Masoud Neghab; Hamid Karimi; Sayed Hamidreza Tabatabaee; Esmaeel Soleimani; Abas Ali Kasaeinasab

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 107-112

Abstract
  Background: Noise is one of the most pervasive hazards in industrial settings. This retrospective study was carried out to assess the effects of noise exposure on hearing status, blood lipids and blood pressure of employees of a local fireclay mine.Methods: Two hundred and forty male workers were studied. ...  Read More

3. Assessment of Noise Related Disorders among Health Care Personnel: A Cross-Sectional Study in Shiraz Hospitals

masoud neghab; ahmad soltanzadeh; roghayeh abedini; jafar hasanzadeh; saeed sarvestani

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2014, , Pages 42-48

Abstract
  Background: Noise pollution has a particular importance in quiet environments such as hospitals. The main objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of noise exposure on the auditory system, blood pressure and precision, concentration and other psycho-neural components.Methods: This cross-sectional ...  Read More

4. The Relationship between Mercury Exposure and Psychological Health Status of Dentists

Alireza Choobineh; Masoud Neghab; Reza Rostami; Jafar Hassan Zadeh; Esmaeel Soleimani; Hadi Daneshmandi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , July 2013, , Pages 27-32

Abstract
  AbstractBackground/Objective: This study was undertaken to addresspsychological health effects of dentists’ exposure to low ambientlevels of mercury.Methods: One hundred and six dentists and 94 generalpractitioners were randomly selected from clinics in Shiraz city,Iran. Subjects were asked to complete ...  Read More