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Comments for the causative agent: "Actichlor ?"
asked for second time to comment on health worker symptomatic after exposure to higher conc actichlor. Any similar experience? Not sure why listed uinder chrome fumes
Page Comments, , 5/18/2011, 11/19/2014,

Comments for the paper: "International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC): rationale and methods", 1995, Eur Respir J
Dear Sirs/Madam. I'm one of ISAAC prospective researchers and currently studying MPH at Washington University in ST. Loius, MO. I want to get this article for my final culminating project work: Asher MI, Keil U, Anderson HR, Beasley R, Crane J, Martinez F, Mitchell, EA, Pearce N, Sibbald B, S ...
Published Paper Comments, , 11/11/2014, 11/11/2014,

Alergy tests for isofluorane anaesthetics
I work in Germany and anesthetize animals, rats and mice, with isoflurane (open mask method). I developed a shortness of breath, increasing from Monday to Friday, high transaminase levels and tachycardia events. It is getting worse over time. Last week I have been told that there are no allergy ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 11/5/2014, 11/5/2014,

Comments for the page titled: "Patient Demographics"
I am entering data for a patient who has been exposed to intermittent leaks of chemicals and he has identified when these occur on his PFR chart. Can sudden spikes in exposure be entered into the system at the time and date the exposure ocurred? Thanks
Page Comments, , 10/29/2014, 11/2/2014,

Comments for the paper: "Breathing" coal mines and surface asphyxiation from stythe (black damp).", 1992, Br Med J
a classic
Published Paper Comments, , 10/29/2014, 10/29/2014,

Comments for the paper: "Occupational allergy to birds within the population of Polish bird keepers employed in zoo gardens ", 2011, International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental H
are the feather antigens cross-reactng with the mites?
Published Paper Comments, , 10/27/2014, 10/27/2014,

Are wild pigons the cause of a childs asthma?
A 3.5 year old girl with probable asthma reports (via mum) significantly increased symptoms when she lives in her flat which has lots of surrounding wild pigeons, sometimes flying into house, frequently using and soiling the balcony. She has recently been admitted to our HDU with her asthma. I d ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 10/20/2014, 10/20/2014,

Comments for the paper: "Positive alveolar responses to inhalation provocation tests: their validity and recognition", 1980, Thorax
two to nine hours and reached maximum intensities after between six and 20 hours of the start of exposure. In one subject with farmer's lung, symptoms began after about one hour, while in two avian reactors the onset of symptoms was delayed for 12-18 hours after the start of exposure. With both ...
Published Paper Comments, , 9/5/2014, 9/5/2014,

Comments for the paper: "Rat-specific IgG and IgG4 antibodies associated with inhibition of IgE‚Äďallergen complex binding in laboratory animal workers", 2014, Occup Environ Med
Results from a cross-sectional study of laboratory animal workers exposed to rats showed that IgG and IgG4 antibodies to rat urinary protein reduced specific IgE binding to B cells, perhaps explaining the U shaped dose-response curve seen in cross-sectional studies, where those with the highest ...
Published Paper Comments, , 9/5/2014, 9/5/2014,

Comments for the paper: "Predictors of work-related sensitisation, allergic rhinitis and asthma in early work life", 2014, Eur Respir J
A slightly odd study, looking at predictors of sensitisation to occupational allergens to which most were not exposed. Allergens tested were a-amylase,Aspergillus, latex, Lepidoglyphus destructor-Lep d 1, mouse, rat,Tyrophagus, Rye flour. Predictors were non-occupational
Published Paper Comments, , 9/1/2014, 9/1/2014,

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