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.
Follow up assessments made on average 2.3 years and 5.8 years after removal from the workplace, with mean duration of exposure before symptoms 6.3 months. Authors conclude that except for 3 subjects, all were still symptomatic at both follow ups and even after > 4 years, the need for medication did not diminish, nor did airway obstruction and hyper-responsiveness improve in this group of subjects with occupational asthma long after exposure ended.
BOHRF Associated Evidence Statements
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