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Has anyone seen occupational asthma from norbanone diisocyanate?
Has anyone seen occupational asthma from norbanone diisocyanate?
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 8/20/2016, 8/20/2016,

Sponsorship of EU studies
We want to do a reasearch project that requires a sponsor. Is this a requirement of EU law?
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 8/20/2016, 8/20/2016,

Comments for the paper: "Occupational Asthma Due to Inhalation of Aerosolized Lipophilic Coating Materials.", 2016, Lung
An odd case report. Evidence for asthma not good, but work-relationship and steroid response clearer. Eosinophilic BAL, lipid laden macrophages in BAL, lipid droplets in alveolar walls, said to come from glue used in cardboard boxes, but no evidence for this. No challenge or PEF records
Published Paper Comments, , 8/12/2016, 8/12/2016,

Comments for the page titled: "Enzymes in breadmaking improvers can cause sensitisation in bakers"
The study reports IgE assays of workers from two supermarket scratch bakeries who had work-related upper or lower respiratory symptoms found on surveillances questionnaires. There was positive IgE to flour and/or amylase in 22% of samples from one bakery and 40% from the other. 66% of the samp ...
Page Comments, , 7/15/2016, 7/15/2016,

Comments for the paper: "Prevalence of sensitization to ‘improver’ enzymes in UK supermarket bakers", 2016, Allergy
It is unclear whether the enzymes tested were genetically engineered versions in common use or the original unmodified enzymes
Published Paper Comments, , 7/14/2016, 7/14/2016,

Comments for the paper: "Breath-taking jobs: a case-control study of respiratory work disability by occupation in Norway", 2016, Occup Environ Med
An interesting report from an industrialised area of SW Norway identifying workers who had changed their job becaause their job affected their breathing. This identified some well-known groups with a high risk of occupatonal asthma such as hairdressers and welders, confirmed the increased risks ...
Published Paper Comments, , 7/12/2016, 7/12/2016,

Comments for the paper: "Swimming facilities and work-related asthma", 2015, J Asthma
diagnosis on history and notes, no air measurements
Published Paper Comments, , 7/5/2016, 7/5/2016,

Oasys score versus the Timepoint Analysis
With an inadequate number of rest days between the exposures days, which is the most reliable score to use between the Oasys score and the Timepoint Analysis score? Kind Regards, Samantha
Oasys, Health Professional, 6/22/2016, 6/28/2016,

Comments for the paper: "Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis due to Metalworking Fluids: How to Find the Antigens", 2013, Neurobiology of respiration
This appears to a case with IgG antibodies to the moulds without specific challenge
Published Paper Comments, , 6/26/2016, 6/26/2016,

Comments for the paper: "Airway Symptoms and Biological Markers in Nasal Lavage Fluid in Subjects Exposed to Metalworking Fluids", 2013, Plos One
The questionnaire used looks like the Swedish sick building syndrome questionnaire, apart from cough and fatigue, it does not have questions that might detect asthma or hypersensitivity pneumonitis
Published Paper Comments, , 6/26/2016, 6/26/2016,

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