Hygienic assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons content and estimation of their intake with food by the population
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OPOPOL, Nicolae; SYRKU, Raisa; PYNZARU, Iu.; BOGDEVICH, Oleg; CADOCHNIKOV, Oleg. Hygienic assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons content and estimation of their intake with food by the population. In: Gigiena i Sanitariya. 2015, nr. 4(94), pp. 52-56. ISSN 0016-9900.
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Gigiena i Sanitariya
Numărul 4(94) / 2015 / ISSN 0016-9900

Hygienic assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons content and estimation of their intake with food by the population

Гигиеническая оценка содержания полициклических ароматических углеводородов в продуктах питания и их поступления в организм населения


Pag. 52-56

Opopol Nicolae1, Syrku Raisa1, Pynzaru Iu.1, Bogdevich Oleg2, Cadochnikov Oleg2
 
1 National Center of Public Health,
2 Institutul de Geologie şi Seismologie al AŞM
 
Disponibil în IBN: 5 decembrie 2019


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There was performed the assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) content in food. These contaminants were established to present in all analyzed groups of food products. Benzo(a)pyrene was found in meat, dairy products and milk. The determined pollution levels (from traces concentrations (<0,05 mkg/kg to 0,41mkg/kg) do not exceed the maximum permissible concentrations accepted in the country (5 mkg/kg). In fish and eggs PAH were found substantially in trace concentrations. The highest PAH levels were found in meat products (45,65 mkg/kg). In these products for phenantrene there was recorded the highest concentration – 21,97 mkg/kg. There was made a calculation of daily intake of contaminants for the average statistical consumption of food per capita, as well as according to minimal standards of food included in the food basket of the subsistence minimum. Benzo (a) pyrene intake for men was established to be 0,044 mkg/kg/ day, PAH groups of probably carcinogenic to humans – 0,14 mkg/kg /day, and the total amount of PAHs – 1,51 mkg/kg/day. The intake of studied contaminants in women (5 mkg/kg) was noted to be less than in men.

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benzo(a)pyrene, dietary intake, food products, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)