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Comments for the paper: "Can serum cytokine profile discriminate irritant-induced and allergen-induced symptoms? A cross-sectional study in workers mostly exposed to laboratory animals.", 2017, Occup
Studies of laboratory animal allergy have consistently shown a large number of workers with work-related asthma or rhinitis but negative IgE to rat and mouse allergens. The current study starts with the hypothesis that those with negative IgE have irritant responses to the animal allergens and c ...
Published Paper Comments, , 4/30/2017, 4/30/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Effect of anti-IgE in occupational asthma caused by exposure to low molecular weight agents.", 2017, Allergy
This is an interesting study showing that anti-IgE in the mouse reduces the effects of nasal challenge with persulphates in dermally sensitised mice. There is some controversy on the role of IgE antibodies in human persulphate asthma, but this study paves the way for a trial in man (or women).
Published Paper Comments, , 4/29/2017, 4/29/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Bagpipe lung; a new type of interstitial lung disease?", 2017, Thorax
This is an interesting case report of fatal HP in a bagpipe player, whose bagpipes yielded Penicillium species, Fusarium oxysporum, Rhodotorula mucilaginosa and Trichosporon mucoides. The diagnosis was made from a history of improvement while away from home and bagpipes for 3 months in Australia ...
Published Paper Comments, , 3/28/2017, 3/28/2017,

Needing some help with understanding this serial PEFR report
This person had an acute exposure to diesel exhaust fumes and now have persistent respiratory symptoms. All previous investigation inclusive of serial peak flow and methacholine challenge was negative. She is no longer exposed but is on asthma medication and reportedly quite symptomatic. I rep ...
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 3/6/2017, 3/8/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Cooking smoke and respiratory symptoms of restaurant workers in Thailand", 2017, BMC Pulmonary Medicine
There is interesting data in this study, but the messages are difficult to disentangle. The study includes 4 different types of restaurants and neighborhood controls. Some fry (Thai cuisine, going oil exposure), some boil noodles (in water(, some serve food cooked elsewhere (reheating only) and ...
Published Paper Comments, , 3/2/2017, 3/2/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Original article: The effects of growing up on a farm on adult lung function and allergic phenotypes: an international population-based study", 2017, Thorax
This extends the work on early life farm exposure and other measures of microbial biodiversity to adults, showing a continued protective effect on the reduction of atopy. Biodiversity was scored by schooling or play schooling under 5, early life dog in the home, sharing bedrooms and having older ...
Published Paper Comments, , 2/27/2017, 2/27/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Occupational hypersensitivity pneumonitis: An EAACI Position paper", 2016, Allergy
I need the full text for learning and explaining occupational asthma well
Published Paper Comments, , 2/14/2017, 2/14/2017,

Comments for the paper: "Effects of bioaerosol exposure on respiratory health in compost workers: a 13-year follow-up study", 2016, Occup Environ Med
This is an important paper reporting long-term surveillance of compost workers in Germany, and is generally reassuring except for an increase in cough and sputum. There seems to be no increase in asthma or alveolitis in this cohort. We are not told anything about the composting process, whether ...
Published Paper Comments, , 12/21/2016, 12/21/2016,

Comments for the page titled: "A descriptive study of occupational asthma due to acrylic compounds - study protocol. REC reference 16/YH/0308"
Study protocol
Page Comments, , 11/2/2016, 11/2/2016,

DOES OVEREXPOSURE TO WELDING SMOKE CAUSE ASTHMA
HI. DOES OVEREXPOSURE TO WELDING SMOKE CAUSE ASTHMA I RECENTLY WAS DIAGNOSED WITH ASTHMA.I CANT EVEN BE AROUND WELDING SMOKE ANY MORE IT CHOKES ME ALSO BEING AROUND THE FLUX DUST CAUSES ME TO ITCH AND STING AND HAVE ATTACKS IM 38 YEARS OLD AND HAVE NEVER HAD A PROBLEM WITH WELDING SMOKE BE ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 2/20/2006, 10/20/2016,

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