우리나라 일부 여성의 카드뮴과 납 섭취량 및 노출경로 평가
Evaluation of Cd and Pb Intake and Exposure Routes in Some Korean Women
- Moon, Chan-Seok
- 1. 한국환경보건학회지
- 제33권 제5호
- 등재여부 : KCI우수등재
- 353 - 358 (6 pages)
The publications on dietary intake, respiratory intake and blood concentration of cadmium and lead in some Korean women are reviewed. Reported values of dietary Cd intake as geometric mean were 17.1μg/day in 1986, 21.2μg/day in 1994, 16.7μg/day in 2000, and blood concentration were 1.45μg in 1986, 1.27μg/l in 1994 and 2.74μg/l in 2000, respectively. In case of Pb, the dietary intake were 33.1μg/day in 1986, 20.5μg/day in 1994, and 18.4μg/day in 2000 and the blood concentration were 51.5μg/l in 1986, 44.3μg/l in 1994, 37.3μg/l in 2000, respectively. Dietary intake is an almost exclusive route of Cd exposure, however respiratory intake in case of Pb is thought to affective exposure route in Korean women. When compared with the values reported in the literature, both of dietary Cd and Pb intake levels appear to be similar to or somewhat higher than the levels in east and south-east Asia.