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Use of two kinds of protective clothing in connection with on the job heat stress physiological evaluation of their effectiveness



Use of two kinds of protective clothing in connection with on the job heat stress physiological evaluation of their effectiveness



Scripta Medica (Brno) 60(3): 179




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