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  • 1.   Development of a standardized method for comparing fluoride ingested from toothpaste by 1.5-3.5-year-old children in seven European countries. Part 1: Field work

    This study aimed to develop a standardized method for measuring the variables affecting fluoride ingestion from toothpaste in young children between the ages of 1.5 and 3.5 years, and to use the method at seven European sites - Field Work

    Community Dent Oral Epidemiol, Vol: 32 Suppl 1 Page: 39-46 April 2004
    J. A. Cochran; C. E. Ketley; R. M. Duckworth; C. Van Loveren; W. P. Holbrook; L. Seppa; L. Sanches; A. Polychronopoulou; D. M. O'Mullane

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  • 2.   Development of a standardized method for comparing fluoride ingested from toothpaste by 1.5-3.5-year-old children in seven European countries. Part 2: Ingestion results

    This study aimed to develop a standardized method for measuring the variables affecting fluoride ingestion from toothpaste in young children between the ages of 1.5 and 3.5 years, and to use the method at seven European sites - Ingestion Results

    Community Dent Oral Epidemiol, Vol: 32 Suppl 1 Page: 47-53 April 2004
    J. A. Cochran; C. E. Ketley; R. M. Duckworth; C. van Loveren; W. P. Holbrook; L. Seppa; L. Sanches; A. Polychronopoulou; D. M. O'Mullane

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  • 3.   Urinary fluoride excretion by preschool children in six European countries

    The aim of the study was to compare 24-h urinary fluoride excretion in children aged 1.5-3.5 years from European study sites and to use these data to estimate the 24-h fluoride intake

    Community Dent Oral Epidemiol, Vol: 32 Suppl 1 Page: 62-8 April 2004
    C. E. Ketley; J. A. Cochran; W. P. Holbrook; L. Sanches; C. van Loveren; A. M. Oila; D. M. O'Mullane

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