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Body burden of cadmium and its related factors: A large-scale survey in China

A survey of more than 6000 participants from four distinct non-polluted and polluted regions in China was conducted to evaluate the body burden of cadmium (Cd) on the Chinese populations using urinary Cd (UCd) as a biomarker. The findings revealed that the UCd level was 1.24 μg/g creatinine (μg/g cr... Full description

Journal Title: Science of the Total Environment 01 April 2015, Vol.511, pp.649-654
Main Author: Ke, Shen
Other Authors: Cheng, Xi-Yu , Li, Hao , Jia, Wen-Jing , Zhang, Jie-Ying , Luo, Hui-Fang , Wang, Zi-Ling , Chen, Zhi-Nan
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ID: ISSN: 0048-9697 ; E-ISSN: 1879-1026 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.01.014
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  • Ke, Shen
  • Cheng, Xi-Yu
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  • Jia, Wen-Jing
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  • Wang, Zi-Ling
  • Chen, Zhi-Nan
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  • Cadmium Body Burden
  • Large Population
  • Urinary Cadmium
  • Age and Gender Difference
  • Region Difference
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Biology
  • Public Health
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description: A survey of more than 6000 participants from four distinct non-polluted and polluted regions in China was conducted to evaluate the body burden of cadmium (Cd) on the Chinese populations using urinary Cd (UCd) as a biomarker. The findings revealed that the UCd level was 1.24 μg/g creatinine (μg/g cr) for the sample population from non-polluted Shanghai, and the UCd levels exceeded 5 μg/g cr, which is the health-based exposure limit set by the World Health Organization (WHO), in 1.1% of people. The mean UCd levels in moderately polluted (Hubei and Liaoning) and highly polluted areas (Guizhou) were 4.69 μg/g cr, 3.62 μg/g cr and 6.08 μg/g cr, respectively, and these levels were 2.9 to 4.9 times the levels observed in Shanghai. Notably, the UCd levels exceeded the recently updated human biomonitoring II values (i.e., intervention or “action level”) in 44.8%–87.9% of people from these areas...
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