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Chemotherapy Drug Exposures at an Oncology Clinic – Florida

James Couch, CIH, MS, REHS/RS
Christine West, RN, MSN/MPH
Résumé  On May 1, 2009, NIOSH received a confidential employee request for an HHE at an oncology clinic in Florida. The request concerned potential exposures to chemotherapy drugs and adverse health effects such as upper respiratory symptoms, rash, diarrhea, migraine, and headache. During our first site visit in September 2009, we measured the face velocity of the Class 2 BSC where chemotherapy drugs were mixed and collected surface and hand wipe samples for platinum-containing chemotherapy drugs. We also conducted health interviews with 14 of 54 employees and reviewed the OSHA Form 300 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses for 2006 through 2008.
Health Hazard Evaluation Report
HETA 2009-0148-3158
June 2012

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