سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۴
محل انتشار: کنگره بین المللی اخلاق زیستی
تعداد صفحات: ۶
Ramin Salmasi – Block3, Shahid Rajaei Apartments, Ilgoli, Tabriz, Iran
Lock of understanding about role that environment plays on health, is ethical problems in pediatric environmental health research. The purpose of this paper is to describe empirical research findings about Pb and to explore the ethical consequences for failing to apply the environmental health hypothesis toward treating this preventable disease. Empirical research about the connection between community lead contamination and environmental health is from a series of studies conducted in Tbriz city, beginning in 1989 and concluding in 2002. we used from a hand wipe Pb studyof children that played indoor and outdoor . results showed that in the inner city, the outdoor play resulted in higher per hand than inner city. In the outer city, the results were similar but less intence. We reasoned that in inner – city are more lead than outer-city, because the inner-city environment, especially outdoor play areas, contained larger quantities of accessible lead. We explored hand lead, have strong association between the environment and children exposure. The studies in new orleans had also similar results. The only known treatment is indentifying and treating a variety of environmental sources in living spaces, both indoor and outdoor, to prevent children from becoming exposed to lead. Collaborative efforts inusing environmental measurements (dust wipes and tests of other media) instead blood lead screening for detecting lead hazards shifts the focus away from the ethically untenable position of using children as bioindicators of unhealthy environments.