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Methyl Bromide Poisoning
  1. E. M. Rathus,
  2. P. J. Landy
  1. Division of Industrial Medicine, Queensland
  2. The South Brisbane Hospital, Queensland


    Seven cases of methyl bromide poisoning which occurred amongst workers engaged on a fumigation project are described. The methods adopted for investigation of the environmental situation are discussed and the measurement of blood bromide levels on random samples of workers is suggested as an index of the effectiveness of equipment and working methods.

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