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Table 4 Comparison of BPA concentrations in different children populations worldwide

From: Human-Biomonitoring derived exposure and Daily Intakes of Bisphenol A and their associations with neurodevelopmental outcomes among children of the Polish Mother and Child Cohort Study

Location Year n Age BPA (μg/l)a Reference
Poland 2014–15 250 7 1.9 [1.7–2.1] This study
Europe 2011–12 653 5–12 2.0 [1.8–2.2] [16]
Germany 2006–2010 465 8–10 2.2 [2.0–2.4] [43]
Portugal 2014–15 110 4–18 1.6 [1.2–2.1] [44]
Denmark 2011 143 6–11 1.7 [1.1–3.7]b [45]
Norway 2012 56 6–12 3.1 [1.8–4.1]b [46]
Slovenia 2011–12 145 6–11 2.4 [0.67–4.6]b [47]
Turkey 2015–16 125 3–6 0.60b [48]
US 2013–14 409 6–11 1.4 [1.3–1.6] [49]
Ohio, US 2003–14 222 8 1.6 [1.0–3.6]b [50]
Canada 2013–16 77 3–4 1.0 [0.6–1.5] [51]
Brazil 2012–13 300 6–14 1.7 [0.30–35.9]c [52]
China 2009–10 412 7 2.7 [2.2–3.2] [53]
Hong Kong 2016 31 4–6 1.7 [0.72–2.3]b [54]
South Korea 2016 162 7–9 0.60 [0.34–1.2]b [55]
India 2012–13 76 2–14 5.1 [0.070–41.4]c [56]
  1. a GM [95% CI] b Median [25th–75th percentiles] c GM [Range]