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2004-07-03

AUTHORS

Slávka Krížová, Danka Šalgovičová, Milan Kováč

ABSTRACT

Exposure of the Slovak Republic population to lead from food and drinks was studied. Calculations were done using 150,000 food, plant and animal raw materials, and drinks sampled in 1986–2002. Estimates of exposure to lead from actual and model consumption patterns were calculated for an average inhabitant and compared with the provisional tolerable weekly intake (PTWI) value. Existing knowledge and experience from projects run since 1991, as well as information from the database of the Centre for Evaluation of Contaminant Occurrence, located at the Food Research Institute in Bratislava, were utilized. The estimated exposure of the population to lead seems to be persistently low with a tendency to a slight decrease, especially in recent years. The exposure doses estimated for the last 6 years using the mean and median values show that the weekly intake of lead from food and drinks represents 22.3 to 14.1% PTWI and 12.2 to 7.2% PTWI, respectively. More... »

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254-259

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