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No such effect has been reported in humans. 3 Chronic toxicity Chronic cadmium poisoning has been reported after prolonged occupational exposure to cadmium oxide fumes, cadmium oxide dust and cadmium stearates. Changes associated with chronic cadmium poisoning may be local, in which case they involve the respiratory tract, or they may be systemic, resulting from absorption of cadmium. Systemic changes include kidney damage with proteinuria and anemia. Lung disease in the form of emphysema is the main symptom at heavy exposure to cadmium in air, whereas kidney dysfunction and damage are the most prominent findings after long-term exposure to lower levels of cadmium in workroom air or via cadmium-contaminated food.

G. 780/2006)1. The integrated authorizations contain demands and limit values regarding the emissions, which try to make sure that all the adequate preventive measures for the environmental protection have been taken. The limit values concerning emissions are established based on the best available techniques. In order to support the EU member states in the application of the IPPC (International Plant Protection Convention) Directive, among the member states and the afferent industry, there has been an information exchange concerning the BAT - Best Available Techniques.

Cognitive, neurobehavioral, and psychological effects. Gastrointestinal: colic or abdominal cramps. Peripheral neuropathy; encephalopathy (at high levels). Reduced fertility. Immune system: alterations in T cell, reduced IgG serum levels. Children: lethargy, loss of appetite, anemia, colic, neurological impairment, and impaired metabolism of Vit D. Exposure in uterus and during childhood can result in impaired neurological development, IQ deficits, and growth retardation. All forms of mercury are toxic to the central nervous system (CNS).

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