BOHRF Original Authors' Main Conclusions
The original authors' main conclusions are taken from Abstract, Results and
Discussion. They are decided upon by the authors of the BOHRF occupational
asthma guidelines and form part of the guidelines.
The SWORD surveillance scheme uses systematic reporting from physicians to provide a picture of the incidence of occupational respiratory disease in the United Kingdom. 27% of total reported cases were of occupational asthma. The most commonly identified agents causing asthma in 1998 were enzymes, isocyanates, laboratory animals and insects, colophony and fluxes, flour, latex, and glutaraldehyde.
BOHRF Associated Evidence Statements
The BOHRF occupational asthma guidelines state that this reference is associated
with the following evidence statements
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