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If my blood test says I have Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis will I have to get rid of my birds?
I've been having breathing problems and am waiting for blood test results regarding the above. If the tests are positive, will the birds have to go? I have an Indian Ring Neck, two budgies and a Conure. Thanks.
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 9/18/2013, 9/19/2013,

Bird Fanciers Lung
I have been diagnosed with bird fanciers lung, interstitial pneumonitis, extrinsic allergic alveolitis. i kept a budgie, cockateil and 2 canaries for years and also fed the garden birds. about 25 pigeons visited each day and when not being fed roosted on the house roof. i would sweep up and c ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 2/20/2006, 7/10/2013,

The front page of the Oasys graph does not tally up with the patient's readings
Hi there, I process patient's readings onto Oasys and the readings do not appear to be accurate on the graph that is produced on Oasys, this is causing problems when the Doctor comes to review the case, please help. Kind regards, Rachel
Oasys, Worker, 5/21/2013, 5/22/2013,

Making apt. safe for BFL friend
My friend got BFL from my bird in my apartment. She has not been back in the apt. since being diagnoised six months ago. She would like to visit again but we don't want it to make her sick. The bird was removed over five months ago. What should I do to insure she will not have a relapse? IE:Filt ...
Oasys, Worker, 1/5/2013, 1/7/2013,

Testing air for bird dander
My wife has been diagnosed with bird breeders lung and we are re-homing our birds. After we have cleaned the ducts and so on we are looking to have the air in our home tested for avian antigens. Does anybody know of a company that covers Seattle Washington that can do this kind of testing? Th ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 12/21/2012, 12/21/2012,

Asthma from temporary exposure to a bird and dust
My daughter helped some friends in Oregon (we live in CA) move. They had a basement type living area that she had to pack up everything. They had not used it for a while so naturally there was a lot of dust and some rat droppings and such. There was also a bird (I think some sort of parrott)that ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 11/29/2012, 12/7/2012,

Asthma and woodwork investigations
I have an employee who makes models mainly from soft wood, and fibreboard. After 25 years or so he recently presented with minor upper respiratory symptoms so we asked for serial peak flows and used OASYS to plot the results. These show a convincing work related drop in peak flows with recovery ...
Oasys, Specialist, 9/10/2012, 9/12/2012,

Can other factors irritate the lungs other than what is suspected to kick off an attack ?
Hi, I've had problems since Feb last year, and occupational asthma has been diagnosed as a possible cause. I've never had asthma before and had an onset of breathing difficulties over a two day period. Had a few episodes and hospital stays since then and put it down to the chemicals i was using ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 6/15/2012, 6/20/2012,

Can hairdressers get severe aasthma from their work?
I have a hairdresser friend who had a severe asthma attack while hairdressing, could this be due to exposures in the salon?
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 6/11/2012, 6/11/2012,

Lung conditions following exposure to poultry/amonia/dust
I am helping a friend with something. She owns and runs a successful racehorse training stables and employs 25 people. Recently a company has made an application for planning permission to build 5 large sheds housing 223000 broiler chickens. The vents from the buildings will be within a few ...
Occupational Asthma, Employer, 5/1/2012, 5/14/2012,

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