HEMATOLOGICAL VARIABLES STUDY ON EMPLOYEES BLOOD IN PETROL STATIONS IN RAMADI CITY
AbstractThe purpose of the present study is to find the impact of benzene and its components on some aspects of physiological parameters in the blood of workers in the filling stations as samples were collected study and synthesized from (60) a sample of the blood of people working in filling stations and in direct contact with gasoline and (60) a sample of the blood of people who do not work in gas stations and considered as a control group. The laboratory tests was conducted and included: blood tests include a Complete Blood Count , WBC , RBC , Hb , PCV , ESR and Plat. count. The results of the study showed the following :The results showed a significant effect at the level of probability (P <0.05) in the Red blood cell count and packed cell volume and platelet count, white blood cells count and (DLC) as neutral , lymphoma ,acidophilic and basophilic as well as in the indicators of red blood cell (MCV, MCHC) in the blood of workers, compared with the control group. Non-significant differences in the values of white blood cell counts erythrocyte sedimentation rate and hemoglubin and monocyte .
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