Protective effects of vitamins/antioxidants on occupational noise induced hearing loss: A systematic review
Abbasi, M., Tokhi, M. O. and Pourrajab, B. (2021). Protective effects of vitamins/antioxidants on occupational noise induced hearing loss: A systematic review. Journal of Occupational Health.
|Authors||Abbasi, M., Tokhi, M. O. and Pourrajab, B.|
Objectives: Occupational noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) due to industrial, military, and other job related noise exposure can cause harmful health issues to occupied workers, but may also be potentially preventable. Vitamins/antioxidant have been studied as therapeutic strategies to prevent and/or delay the risks of human diseases as well as NIHL. So, this study was conducted to systematically review the protective effects of vitamins/ antioxidants on occupational noise induced hearing loss.
|Keywords||Antioxidants; NIHL; Occupational noise induced hearing loss; Vitamins|
|Journal||Journal of Occupational Health|
|Publisher||Japan Society for Occupational Health/Nihon Sangyo Eisei Gakkai|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||14 Feb 2021|
|Deposited||19 Feb 2021|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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