alexa Hematological Disorders in Rice Mill Workers of District Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
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Research Article

Hematological Disorders in Rice Mill Workers of District Lucknow Uttar Pradesh

Ahinsa Tripathi1, F.W. Bansode2 and R.K. Singh1,
  1. Ph. D Student, G.B.T.U. Lucknow (U.P.)
  2. Principal Scientist, Endocrinology Division, CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow
  3. Corresponding author- Senior Principal Scientist, Dr. R. K. Singh, CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow
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Abstract

India is a second largest rice growing countries in the world. A large number of unskilled laborers are employed for paddy processing. In rice mills, most of the workers have shown adverse health effects associated with occupational exposure to rice husk dust (WHO, 1968). Present study was conducted to determine the hematological disorders in rice mill workers in rural/urban areas of Uttar Pradesh. Total numbers of 100 blood samples were collected from rural and urban area from rice mill workers of Lucknow district. Majority of hematological test parameters showed reduced levels in rice mill workers. This study would be helpful in preventing longstanding harmful effects of such exposures. It is also useful for preventing environmental risks. It is concluded that rice husk dust causes deterioration of hematological parameters in subjects working at rice mills. The findings of this study recognized the role of rice husk dust for a longer duration in decline of hematological parameters as per tests conducted among rice mills workers. Significant hematological disorders were observed in rice mill workers

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