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Occupational asthma is an occupational condition defined as: ... may be distinguished from occupational asthma in that it isn't restricted ...
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Most people with asthma have sudden attacks ... Occupational asthma can occur in almost any line of work or any work environment, ...
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Occupational asthma — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes and treatment of this lung disease. ... treated early, occupational asthma may be ...
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Occupational asthma is generally defined as a lung disorder caused by inhaling ... Allergic occupational asthma can occur in workers in the plastic, rubber or ...
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Occupational asthma — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes and treatment of this lung disease. ... treated early, occupational asthma may be ...
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How exposure to substances at work may trigger occupational asthma is examined. ... What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Occupational Asthma? ...
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Asthma - occupational exposure; Irritant-induced reactive airways disease ... Occupational asthma is a lung disorder in which various substances found in the ...
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What is occupational asthma and what are its health effects? Where does occupational asthma occur and what are some possible solutions? ...
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Run by the Oasys research group, part of the Midland Thoracic Society. Site contains information on occupational asthma and a computer program designed to aid diagnosis.
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"Occupational asthma is a disease characterised by variable air flow limitation ... Within this definition two types of occupational asthma can be distinguished: ...
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Describes the difference between sensitizer-induced and irritant-induced occupational asthma and the types, prevalence and prevention of the former.
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Asthma may develop for the first time in a ... Occupational asthma may be caused by one of three mechanisms, including direct ...
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Occupational Asthma. Do you have wheezing, coughing or shortness of breath at work? ... Seek your physician's advice about therapy for occupational asthma. ...
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"Occupational asthma is a disease characterised by variable air flow limitation ... Within this definition two types of occupational asthma can be distinguished: ...
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Occupational asthma is usually reversible, but permanent ... Occupational asthma may be suspected whenever a worker begins to develop ... OCCUPATIONAL ...
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A resource for individuals interested in occupational asthma (OA) prevention. ... Surveillance for Occupational Asthma – Michigan and New Jersey, 1988-1992. ...
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Consequently, the number of occupational asthma reports increased sharply, from ... Occupational asthma is an increasingly important cause of respiratory impairment; ...
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Provides information on occupational asthma. The Health and Safety Executive ... Real examples of occupational asthma. Bakers' flour dust allergy ...
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Occupational Asthma: A Review, asthma, immunologic, irritant-induced, ... Persistent occupational asthma is often associated with substantial disability ...
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Occupational asthma is a lung disorder in which various substances found in the ... Many substances in the workplace can cause occupational asthma. ...
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