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Títulos: Long-term dietary exposure to lead in young European children: comparing a pan-European approach with a national exposure assessment
Autores/as: Boona, P.E.
Te Biesebeeka, J.D.
Sioenb, I
Huybrechts, I.
Moschandreas, Joanna
Ruprich, J.
Turrinie, A.
Azpirif, M
Buskg, L.
Christensen, T.
Kersting, M.
Lafay, L.
Liukkonenk, K.H.
Papoutsou, P
Serra-Majem, Lluis 
Traczykn, I.
De Henauwb S.
Van Klaveren, J.D.
Clasificación UNESCO: 3206 Ciencias de la nutrición
Fecha de publicación: 2012
Resumen: Long-term dietary exposures to lead in young children were calculated by combining food consumption data of 11 European countries categorised using harmonised broad food categories with occurrence data on lead from different Member States (pan-European approach). The results of the assessment in children living in the Netherlands were compared with a long-term lead intake assessment in the same group using Dutch lead concentration data and linking the consumption and concentration data at the highest possible level of detail. Exposures obtained with the pan-European approach were higher than the national exposure calculations. For both assessments cereals contributed most to the exposure. The lower dietary exposure in the national study was due to the use of lower lead concentrations and...
Long-term dietary exposures to lead in young children were calculated by combining food consumption data of 11 European countries categorised using harmonised broad food categories with occurrence data on lead from different Member States (pan-European approach). The results of the assessment in children living in the Netherlands were compared with a long-term lead intake assessment in the same group using Dutch lead concentration data and linking the consumption and concentration data at the highest possible level of detail. Exposures obtained with the pan-European approach were higher than the national exposure calculations. For both assessments cereals contributed most to the exposure. The lower dietary exposure in the national study was due to the use of lower lead concentrations and...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/16732
DOI: 10.1080/19440049.2012.709544
Derechos: by-nc-nd
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