College of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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´╗┐College of Washington Former Hanford Worker Medical Monitoring Program Summary of Screening Exam Results (through 9/30/2006) Phase II Year 8 Quarter 3, 2006 Find UW Hanford Activities at: http://depts.washington.edu/fmrwrkr University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Worker's Demographics N=2,492 specialists with exam(s) Male 2,008 (80.6%) Female 484 (19.4%) Race Number Percent Tested Missing 214 8.6% White 2120 85.1% Black 52 2.1% Asian 19 0.8% Hispanic 42 1.7% American Indian/Alaska Native 26 1.0% Other 19 0.8% University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Medical Exam Results N=2,492 laborers with exam(s) *Includes number of laborers with a strange finding at least one exam visits University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Exam Results: Spirometry comes about accessible for 2,369 laborers Number of Workers Below 80% at least one exam visits: FEV1 877 (37.0%) FVC 740 (31.2%) Respiratory Dysfunction by Category Number of Workers* Obstructive 409 (17.3%) Restrictive 376 (15.9%) Mixed 201 (8.5%) *Includes number of laborers with said Respiratory Dysfunction at least one exam visits University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Exam Results: Spirometry for Workers with Asbestos Exposure N = 781 for low class, 326 for medium classification, and 307 for high class University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Exam Results: Audiometry N=1,828 specialists with audiogram Hearing Exams 1,377 of 1,828 (75.3%) have listening to misfortune which warrants follow-up Mean dB Threshold by Frequency Hz. Mean Threshold 500 17.79 1000 18.66 2000 25.57 3000 37.30 4000 46.68 6000 54.17 University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Exam Results: Audiometry AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Exam Results: Chest Radiographs N=2,382 laborers with CXR *0/0 incorporates those scored as "No parenchymal variations from the norm reliable with pneumoconiosis" **Workers with more than one CXR were doled out the ILO score of their "assuming the worst possible scenario" CXR University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Exam Results: Chest Radiographs N=2,382 laborers with CXR Evidence of Pleural Plaques in 434 (18.2%) specialists *Includes number of specialists with said finding at least one exam visits University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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L&I Claims Recommended N=2,492 laborers with exam(s) Workers with Claims Recommended: 561 Asbestos Claims 90 Beryllium Claims 874 Hearing Claims *Includes number of specialists with claim prescribed at least one exam visits University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Smoking History N=2,270 Workers with both exam and smoking history accessible Ever Smoke 1,376 (60.6%) Smoke now 233 (10.3%) Packyears of Smoking, Average number of packs every day * Years of smoking Mean 25.70 Packyears Standard Deviation 22.60 Range 1-183 University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Beryllium Positive* Of 75 specialists with no less than one positive LPT 1 ILO Perfusion Score 1/0 or more prominent Respiratory Dysfunction Category: 9 Obstructive 15 Restrictive 2 Mixed *Includes number of specialists with said positive LPT and additionally Respiratory Dysfunction at least one exam visits University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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Age of Workers at Exam N=2,492 specialists with exam(s) University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program

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