Bron: International Programme on Chemical Safety's Concise International Chemical Assessment Documents Number 37: Chlorine dioxide (2002).
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/HUMAN EXPOSURE STUDIES/ In a series of extensive human volunteer studies on water disinfectants, groups of 10 males received aqueous chlorine dioxide in drinking-water by a range of different protocols (a sequence of rising concentrations of up to around 0.34 mg/kg body weight over a 16-day period, approximately 0.035 mg/kg body weight on every third day for 12 weeks, or approximately 3.6 x 10-5 mg aqueous chlorine dioxide/kg body weight per day daily for 12 weeks). Observations included physical examination (blood pressure, respiration rate, pulse, oral temperature, and electrocardiography), extensive blood biochemistry, hematology, and urinalysis, and the subjective recording of taste. There were no significant adverse effects recorded for any of the parameters measured.\


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slechts 0.34 mg/kg body weight, dat is veel te weinig om te kunnen concluderen dat het MMS protocol veilig is.