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Comments for the page titled: "The Oasys Report"
my scores are showing zero what could be wrong i have entered all the data
Page Comments, , 2/13/2015, 2/16/2015,

bird fanciers lung, need ideas to rid home of bird dander
After living with our African Grey for 15 years, my husband was diagnosed with NSIP secondary to bird fancier lung. His oxygen drops below 85 when he walks so he is on oxygen. His doctor wants him to stay away from all birds now. Does anyone know what steps I need to take to make sure the house ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 2/16/2015, 2/16/2015,

Comments for the paper: "Damage-associated molecular pattern and innate cytokine release in the airways of competitive swimmers", 2015, Allergy
This study excluded known asthmatics from all 3 groups. Despite this 6/26 swimmers had a positive eucapnic hyperventilation test compared with 1/15 non-athlete controls and 0/13 basketball or volleyball players. IL-1 beta, IL6 and TNF were increased 24 hours after swimming but not in the other t ...
Published Paper Comments, , 2/9/2015, 2/9/2015,

Comments for the paper: "Occupational anaphylaxis – an EAACI task force consensus statement.", 2015, Allergy
This is a useful review of occupational anaphylaxis. As expected the main causes are latex and bee stings. This is a consensus statement rather than an evidence-based review, which is a pitty, as few individuals are likely to have much experience with occupational anaphylaxis outside latex and b ...
Published Paper Comments, , 2/9/2015, 2/9/2015,

Comments for the paper: "Short-term lung function decline in tunnel construction workers", 2015, Occup Environ Med
This study suggests that the diesel particulates may be more important than the silica, but we are not told what sort of rock was being tunneled
Published Paper Comments, , 2/7/2015, 2/7/2015,

Comments for the page titled: "Fatal lung disease in adults and children using humidifiers at home containing detergent biocides"
Is there any links to cpap units with humidifiers in them
Page Comments, , 2/4/2015, 2/7/2015,

pigeon droppings IGG
I am retired now been retired for 2 years. I am 64. I worked in homehealth and group homes. I was diagonised with pigeon droppings IGG. When I was a child my grandmother had pigeons on roof of her apartment, chickens at my grandfathers and I took care of a lady in her home and we used to sit on ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 1/2/2015, 2/5/2015,

Comments for the paper: "Humidifiers: the use of biocides and lung disease", 2014, Thorax
I have hypersensitivity pneumonitis so is it possible that this could be caused by my cpap unit that has a humidifier built into it? I just used reg tap water in it and cleaned it but not on a regular basis. My lungs are scarred beyond repair and I am now on ox 24/7. I am a master dental ceramis ...
Published Paper Comments, , 2/5/2015, 2/5/2015,

cadmium exposure
Can you get occupational asthma from exposure to cadmium in pigments?
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 1/30/2015, 1/31/2015,

Occupational monitoring with the European Standard EN 13826 peak flow meter
A new PEF Meter manufactured to the new European Standard EN 13826 will be available from 1st Sept 2004. This will replace the Wright PEF. There could be differences of up to 30% in the readings. Could you advise on how we proceed re our occupational monitoring.
Oasys, Specialist, 2/20/2006, 12/30/2014,

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