Certain Industrial Substances Can Cause Hearing Loss

Certain Industrial Substances Can Cause Hearing Loss    

They Include Pesticides, Solvents, Compounds, And Even Certain Medications    

Hearing loss is not only related to aging or loud noises. There are substances, called ototoxic chemicals, found in certain pesticides, solvents, metals, compounds, and even medications. There are cases in which the worker is in an environment so noisy, that he cannot differentiate the voices of the other workers. Another problem is that in industries where there are noise and ototoxic chemicals, it is difficult to determine how to prevent hearing loss. More info click here.

 

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