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e-CFR Data is current as of October 30, 2014

Title 42Chapter ISubchapter CPart 37


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER I—PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER C—MEDICAL CARE AND EXAMINATIONS

PART 37—SPECIFICATIONS FOR MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS OF COAL MINERS

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Subpart—CHEST RADIOGRAPHIC EXAMINATIONS

§37.1
Scope.
§37.2
Definitions.
§37.3
Chest radiographs required for miners.
§37.4
Chest radiographic examinations conducted by the Secretary.
§37.10
Standards incorporated by reference.
§37.20
Miner identification document.

Specifications for Performing Chest Radiographic Examinations

§37.40
General provisions.
§37.41
Chest radiograph specifications—film.
§37.42
Chest radiograph specifications—digital radiography systems.
§37.43
Approval of radiographic facilities that use film.
§37.44
Approval of radiographic facilities that use digital radiography systems.
§37.45
Protection against radiation emitted by radiographic equipment.

Specifications for Interpretation, Classification, and Submission of Chest Radiographs

§37.50
Interpreting and classifying chest radiographs—film.
§37.51
Interpreting and classifying chest radiographs—digital radiography systems.
§37.52
Proficiency in the use of systems for classifying the pneumoconioses.
§37.53
Method of obtaining definitive interpretations.
§37.54
Notification of abnormal radiographic findings.
§37.60
Submitting required chest radiograph classification and miner identification documents.

Review and Availability of Records

§37.70
Review of interpretations.
§37.80
Availability of records for radiographs.
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Subpart—SPIROMETRY EXAMINATIONS

§37.90
Scope.
§37.91
Definitions.
§37.92
Spirometry examinations required for miners.
§37.93
Approval of spirometry facilities.
§37.94
Respiratory assessment form.
§37.95
Specifications for performing spirometry examinations.
§37.96
Spirometry interpretations, reports, and notifications.
§37.97
Standards incorporated by reference.
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Subpart—GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

§37.100
Coal mine operator plan for medical examinations.
§37.101
Approval of plans.
§37.102
Transfer of affected miner to less dusty area.
§37.103
Medical examination at miner's expense.
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Subpart—AUTOPSIES

§37.200
Scope.
§37.201
Definitions.
§37.202
Payment for autopsy.
§37.203
Autopsy specifications.
§37.204
Procedure for obtaining payment.


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