Occupational Asthma Reference

Pepys J, Pickering CAC, Asthma due to inhaled chemical fumes- aminoethylethanolamine in aluminium soldering flux, Clin Allergy, 1972;2:197-204,

Keywords: oa, aluminium, as , aminoethylethanolamine, solder, ch, nc

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Tony Pickering, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK Tony Pickering

Jack Pepys, Royal Brompton Hospital Jack Pepys

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Abstract

Three patients with asthma due to the fumes of aluminium soldering flux containing amino-ethyl ethanolamine were tested by occupational type exposures to the fumes of the flux and the amino-ethyl ethanoiamine. Typical late asthmatic reactions not inhibited by disodium cromoglycate were produced, one patient also giving an immediate asthmatic reaction which was inhibited by disodium cromoglycate.

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