Suggested Reading List
Wood S, Rom WN, White GL, Logan DC. Pentachlorophenol poisoning. J Occup Med 1983;25(7):527–30.
Exon JH. A review of chlorinated phenols. Vet Hum Toxicol 1984;26(6):508–20.
O’Malley MA, Carpenter AV, Sweeney MH, et al. Chloracne associated with employment in the production of pentachlorophenol. Am J Ind Med 1990;17:411–21.
Gilbert FI, Minn CE, Duncan RC, Wilkinson J. Effects of pentachlorophenol and other chemical preservatives on the health of wood treating workers in Hawaii . Arch Environ Contam Toxicol 1990;19:603–9.
Enarson DA, Chan-Yeung M, Embree V, et al. Occupational exposure to chlorophenates. Scand J Work Environ Health 1986;12:144–8.
Thind KS, Karmali S, House RA. Occupational exposure of electrical utility linemen to pentachlorophenol. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1991;52(12):547–52.
Cline RE, Hill RH Jr, Phillips DL, et al. Pentachlorophenol measurements in body fluids of people in log homes and workplaces. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol 1989;18:475–81.
Williams PL. Pentachlorophenol, an assessment of the occupational hazard. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1982;43(11):799–810.
Seiler JP. Pentachlorophenol. Mutat Res 1991;257:27–47.
Related Government Documents
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Toxicological profile for pentachlorophenol [update]. Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, 1993.
Environmental Protection Agency. Drinking water criteria document for pentachlorophenol. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Drinking Water, 1989. Report no. EPA 600/x 84–177–1.
Sources of Information
More information on the adverse effects of pentachlorophenol and treating cases of exposure can be obtained from ATSDR, your state and local health departments, and university medical centers. Case Studies in Environmental Medicine: Pentachlorophenol Toxicity is one of a series. To obtain other publications in this series, please use the order form on the inside back cover. For clinical inquiries, contact ATSDR, Division of Health Education, Office of the Director, at (404) 639–6204.
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