Titanium Fumes

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Titanium fumes are not currently a recognised cause of occupational asthma.

Titanium tetrachloride is a strong skin and respiratory tract irritant. Titanium carbide, hydride, nitride, and boride have shown slight fibrogenic activity in animal studies.

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Selected References for Titanium Fumes

No Abstract Available for Pulmonary changes among titanium workers Daum S, Anerson HA, Fischbein SA, Miller A, Selikoff IJ, Pulmonary changes among titanium workers, Proc R Soc Med, 1977;70:31-32,

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