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Rejane Corrêa Marques *

Autora invitada por SIIC

O estudo contribui para a discussão sobre exposição ao mercurio e os benefícios do aleitamento materno e do consumo de peixe na Amazônia

EXPOSIÇÃO AO MERCURIO EM CRIANÇAS SOB ALEITAMENTO MATERNO EXCLUSIVO

Assumindo que o cabelo é o melhor integrador da exposição passada ao Hg, o principal achado deste estudo é que o marcador de consumo de peixe (Hg no cabelo materno) foi significantemente correlacionado com os níveis de Hg no cabelo fetal. Esta significante correlação permaneceu até os seis meses de lactação.

*Rejane Corrêa Marques
describe para SIIC los aspectos relevantes de su trabajo
MATERNAL MERCURY EXPOSURE AND NEURO-MOTOR DEVELOPMENT IN BREASTFED INFANTS FROM PORTO VELHO (AMAZON), BRAZIL
International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health,
210(1):51-60 Ene, 2007

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Fundação Universidade Federal de Rondônia, Porto Velho, Brasil
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Referencias bibliográficas
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Bastos WR, Malm O, Pfeiffer WC, Cleary D. Establishment and analytical quality control of laboratories for Hg determination in biological and geological samples in the Amazon, Brazil. Ciênc Cult 50:255-260, 1998.

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Dorea JG. Fish are central in the diet of Amazonian riparians: should we worry about their mercury concentrations? Environ Res 92:232-244, 2003.

Dorea JG. Cassava cyanogens and fish mercury are high but safely consumed in the diet of native Amazonians. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf 57:248-256, 2004.

Dorea JG, Moreira MB, East G, Barbosa AC. Selenium and mercury concentrations in some fish species of the Madeira River, Amazon Basin, Brazil. Biol Trace Elem Res 65:211-220, 1998.

Dorea JG, Souza JR, Rodrigues P, Ferrari I, Barbosa AC. Hair mercury (signature of fish consumption) and cardiovascular risk in Munduruku and Kayabi Indians of Amazonia. Environ Res 97:208-218, 2005.

Dorea JG, Barbosa AC, Ferrari I, Souza JR. Fish consumption (hair mercury) and nutritional status of Amazonian Amer-Indian children. Am J Hum Biol 17:507-514, 2005.

Fadini PS, Jardim WF. Is the Negro River Basin (Amazon) impacted by naturally occurring mercury? Sci Total Environ 275 :71-82, 2001.

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World Health Organization (WHO). Methylmercury, vol. 101. WHO, Geneva, 1990.
Otros artículos de Rejane Corrêa Marques

Marques RC, Dorea JG, Bastos WR, Rebelo MF, Fonseca MF, Malm O. Maternal mercury exposure and neuro-motor development in breastfed infants from Porto Velho (Amazon), Brazil. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 210:51-60, 2007.

Marques RC, Dorea JG, Fonseca MF, Bastos WR, Malm O. Hair mercury in breast-fed infants exposed to thimerosal-preserved vaccines. European Journal of Pediatrics EJPE-D-06-0055, 2007. DOI 10.1007/s00431-006-0362-2.

Marques RC, Dorea JG, Bastos WR, Malm O. Changes in children hair-mercury concentrations during the first five years: maternal, environmental and iatrogenic modifying factors. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 2007.

Marques RC, Dorea JG, Manzatto AG, Bastos WR, Bernardi JVE, Malm O. Time of perinatal immunization, thimerosal (ethylmercury) exposure and neurodevelopmental at six months in exclusively breastfed infants. Acta Paediatrica (Oslo), 2007.

Para comunicarse con Rejane Corrêa Marques mencionar a SIIC como referencia:
rejanecmarques@globo.com

Autora invitada
21 de marzo, 2007
Descripción aprobada
5 de junio, 2007
Reedición siicsalud
7 de noviembre, 2008

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EXPOSIÇÃO AO MERCURIO EM CRIANÇAS SOB ALEITAMENTO MATERNO EXCLUSIVO



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