Occupational Asthma Reference

Anees W, Burge PS, Huggins V, Pavord I, Robertson AS, The majority of workers presenting with occupational asthma do not have sputum eosinophilia, Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2001;163:A160-A160,

Keywords: oa, sputum, eosinophilia, low molecular weight, FEV1, br

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Ian Pavord, Leicester, UK Ian Pavord

Sherwood Burge, Oasys Sherwood Burge

Wasif Anees, Oasys Wasif Anees

Vicky Moore, Oasys Vicky Moore

Alastair Robertson, Selly Oak Hospital Alastair Robertson

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why do you advertise an article if you cant find it. This is annoying. Not even when I go the journal that supposedly published it I just cant find it. Is this fraud
2/3/2010

This was an abstract at a conference, but there is a paper associated with the abstract: Anees W, Huggins V, Pavord ID, Robertson AS, Burge PS, Occupational Asthma Due To Low Molecular Weight Agents : Eosinophilic And Non-Eosinophilic Variants, Thorax, 2002; 57 : 231-236 which is also referenced on this website.
2/3/2010

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