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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,

Ninhdrin as a cause of occupational asthma?
I currently have a patient that I see in clinic who has suspected occupational asthma. Their job involves counting money that has been dusted for fingerprints with ninhydrin (1,2,3-Indantrione hydrate). Peak flow readings are suggestive of occupational asthma, has anyone had a similar case wi ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 10/20/2014, 10/20/2014,

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–allergen 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,

Comments for the paper: "A cluster of lung injury associated with home humidifier use: clinical, radiological and pathological description of a new syndrome", 69, Thorax
A new interstitial lung disease has been described with unique histology showing bronchocentric acute lung injury which was temporally homogenious with subpleural and peripheral alveolar preservation. Specimens taken early in the disease showed obliterative bronchiolitis. Hyaline membranes and i ...
Published Paper Comments, , 8/18/2014, 8/18/2014,

Comments for the paper: "A cluster of lung injury cases associated with home humidifier use: an epidemiological investigation", 2014, Thorax
An outbreak os rapidly progressive respiratory disease in children and adults has been caused by biocides/detergents used in home humidifiers. Most were attributed to polyhexamethyleneguanidine. Removal of the detergent/biocide from humidifiers stopped the outbreak. Prgnant women were particular ...
Published Paper Comments, , 8/18/2014, 8/18/2014,

Comments for the paper: "Occupational irritants and asthma: an Estonian cross-sectional study of 34 000 adults.", 2014, Eur Respir J
This is a difficult study to interpret aas the prevalance of asthma is probably underestimated and the exposures not related to the date of onset of the asthma. Never-the-less exposure to low level occupational irritants such as combustion products and environmental tobacco smoke had a higher po ...
Published Paper Comments, , 4/23/2014, 4/23/2014,

Comments for the paper: "Work-exacerbated asthma in a workers’ compensation population", 2014, Occup Med (Oxford)
Work-exacerbated asthma as defined required pre-existing asthma in nearly all, no evidence of sensitasion, generally a history of worsening asthma with work exposure, and if specific challenges were done they had to be negative. Symptoms had to persist for >4 weeks. All had to have asthma confir ...
Published Paper Comments, , 4/12/2014, 4/12/2014,

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