INTERA:Exposure duration for DMF case

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The exposure times related on the use of consumer products containing DMF.



Data is based on the literature. The values are the times that the patients experiencing some health problems related on DMF exposure have reported.



Week, day, month, hour or year



See also


Exposure, consumer products, DMF


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INTERA:Exposure duration for DMF case. Opasnet . [1]. Accessed 23 Feb 2024.