Manganese poisoning

Manganism

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Chemical Sampling Information: Manganese Fumes From the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). http://www.osha.gov/dts/chemicalsampling/data/CH_250200.html

 


Parkinsonism due to Manganism in a Welder from the International Journal of Toxicology. Study supports the hypothesis that welding can produce enough exposure to manganese to produce neurologic impairment. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

 


The web's only site dedicated to Welder's Disease Resources & Information www.welders-disease.org

 

 
Assessment of male reproductive system in the CD-1 mice following oral manganese exposure. from the Journal of Reproductive Toxicology. The results of this study suggest that exposure to manganese caused a statistically significant (P<0.001) decrease in sperm motility and sperm counts in mice.
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Do I have a Manganism, welder's-disease, case?


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Does your doctor believe that you may be suffering the health effects of welding rod fumes or gases? Yes No


Has your doctor diagnosed you with any of the following conditions?  
Parkinson's Disease Parkinsonsim
Parkinson's Syndrome Neuropathy
Manganese Poisoning Manganism
Welding Disease Sickness No Diagnosis
 
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How were you exposed to welding fumes?
   Worked as a Welder
   Worked Around Welders.

What is the date range when you were exposed to welding fumes?
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Identify the types of symptoms you have experienced from among the known conditions that may be caused by past exposure to welding fumes:
Tremors; shaky movements Loss of motor skills
Impaired hand-eye coordination Slurred speech or lack of facial expression
Difficulty walking; clumsiness Weakness and tiredness; mood problems
 
When did you start noticing the symptoms?

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