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Is there any evidence on blood pressure and spirometry
Afternoon, I need some advice please, at present when carrying out respiratory assessments we have always advised to check peoples blood pressure and if it is high then spirometry should not be carried out, also our previous OHP advised if someone is on medication for high blood pressure then t ...
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 1/10/2020, 1/11/2020,

Vital Capacity
Hello, I work for an OH provider and I write the respiratory directory, what I would like to ask if there is any reason for carrying out VC ? as we only document the FVC FVC1 FEV1/FVC I do not feel that we need to carry out VC as we are not documenting this and we are not diagnosing, please ca ...
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 1/3/2020, 1/9/2020,

Comments for the paper: "Giant cell interstitial pneumonia secondary to cobalt exposure from e-cigarette use", 2019, Eur Respir J
Giant cell interstitial pneumonitis (GIP) has rather fallen off the list of interstitial lung diseases since the reclassification of "idiopathic" interstitial lung diseases, which includes the smoking-related lung diseases (DIP and RBILD) but excludes GIP, which is thought to be only due to inha ...
Published Paper Comments, , 12/9/2019, 12/11/2019,

Comments for the paper: "Prognostic significance of chronic respiratory symptoms in individuals with normal spirometry.", 2019, Eur Respir J
This is a follow-up from a Danish population sample showing that adults with respiratory symptoms and normal spirometry are more likely to die, have hospital admissions for pneumonia and airflow obstruction, than adults with similar spirometry and no respiratory symptoms.
Published Paper Comments, , 7/15/2019, 10/16/2019,

Comments for the paper: "Specific challenge testing for occupational asthma: revised handbook", 2019, Eur Respir J
This document shows how to carry out specific inhalation tests for occupational asthma
Published Paper Comments, , 9/17/2019, 10/16/2019,

Comments for the page titled: "Error after saving record"
i just completed saving a patient's information when I got a report that an enexpected record has occured
Page Comments, , 9/13/2010, 10/16/2019,

Comments for the paper: "Laboratory animal allergy is preventable in modern research facilities", 2019, Eur Respir J
This cross-sectional study of laboratory animal workers handing mice showed that allergen levels in the air and sensitisation was less in units where the mice were kept in individual ventilated cages (with HEPA filters on top), and less in units where fitted respiratory protection was used.
Published Paper Comments, , 7/4/2019, 7/4/2019,

Comments for the paper: "Association Between Occupational Exposure to Disinfectants and Asthma in Young Adults Working in Cleaning or Health Services - Results From A Cross-Sectional Analysis in Germa
This is a continuation of the German studies of asthma from Dresden and Munich, confined to 365 young adults aged 20-24 who stated that they worked in cleaning or health-care. There was a significant risk of asthma in workers reporting disinfectant exposure. There is however no data to date the ...
Published Paper Comments, , 7/2/2019, 7/2/2019,

Comments for the paper: "Non-invasive tools beyond lung function before and after specific inhalation challenges for diagnosing occupational asthma", 2019, Int Arch Occup Environ Health
This is a report of SIC for occupational asthma from the Bochum centre where workers with suspected occupational asthma are referred by insurance companies and courts for a diagnosis of occupational asthma. There is a single active challenge day with cumulative exposures and a 4 hour follow-up o ...
Published Paper Comments, , 6/26/2019, 6/26/2019,

Comments for the paper: "Occupational and work-related respiratory disease attributed to cleaning product", 2019, Occup Environ Med
QSAR applied to cleaning agents, positive scores for Chlorhexidine (1), Formaldehyde (1), Diethanolamine (0.88), Glutaraldehyde (0.6), Ethanolamine (0.56), (Sodium) dichloroisocyanurate (0.49).
Published Paper Comments, , 6/15/2019, 6/15/2019,

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