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Is there an association between Occupational Asthma and photocopiers ?
I am a specialist registrar in Public Health. The question of an association of occupational asthma and expoure to photocopiers came up in a discussion.
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 7/5/2016, 9/22/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Comparison of clinic models for patients with work-related asthma", 2017, Occup Med
This is an interesting paper comparing two clinics run by the same physician; in one patients seeking compensation are seen usually once only by a multidisciplinary team including an occupational hygienist who takes the exposure history, and a return to work coordinator who handles communication ...
Published Paper Comments, , 9/19/2017, 9/19/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Occupational rhinoconjunctivitis caused by the common indoor plant, Hoya compacta", 2017, Occup Med
Although not stated in the abstract, one of the three had occupational asthma with a positive asthmatic response to the nasal challenge and NSBR
Published Paper Comments, , 9/18/2017, 9/18/2017,

Comments for the page titled: "Welcome to Oasys Help"
where do I find the tab to use FEV1 rather than PEF in a downloaded record which has both
Page Comments, , 9/1/2017, 9/18/2017,

Is it possible to get emphysema from solder fumes
I am a 57 year old male I worked up until 4 years ago as an Auto Electrician where I had this occupation for 10 years prior to this. During this period I designed and built Electrical Systems for the Security Industry inside specialised vehicles during this time I soldered wiring for 4 to 6 ho ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 5/18/2009, 9/8/2017,

Comments for the causative agent: "Conglomerates"
Page Comments, , 9/9/2010, 9/8/2017,

This may not be the right forum but I bet there are people reading this who are expert. Regarding health Surveillance for welders and COPD. Any views on what would constitute a concerning fall in spirometric function? I plot FEV 1, FVC and FEV1/FVC serially and see people on a downward trend ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 9/13/2012, 9/8/2017,

Lung collapse when spray painting
I was at work painting a car wearing my employer supplied 3m 6000 negitive pressure respirator and my left lung collapsed the pulmonary speaicalist sent back to work after a month and a half my lung has not collapsed agin but after and sometimes during painting i get sever chest pain on my left ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 2/20/2006, 9/8/2017,

cadmium exposure
Can you get occupational asthma from exposure to cadmium in pigments?
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 1/30/2015, 9/8/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Comparing plasma, serum and whole blood indium concentrations from workers at an indium-tin oxide (ITO) production facility", 2016, Occup Environ Med
Indium-tin alloys are now used in the production of touch screens. Indium exposure can cause severe and unusual lung diseases with an alveolitis-like (or alveolar proteinosis-like) phase, progressing rapidly to destructive and sometimes fatal emphysema. The histology is unusual with large number ...
Published Paper Comments, , 12/21/2016, 9/8/2017,

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