Occupational Asthma Reference

Rosado A, Tejedor MA, Benito C, Cárdenas R, González-Mancebo E, Occupational asthma caused by octopus particles, Allergy, 2009;64:1101-1102,
(Plain text: Rosado A, Tejedor MA, Benito C, Cardenas R, Gonzalez-Mancebo E, Occupational asthma caused by octopus particles, Allergy)

Keywords: occupational asthma, seafood, canning factory cook, new cause,skin test, IgE, NSBR, Spain, peak flow, challenge,tropomyosin

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Abstract

A seafood processing worker suffered asthma after handling octopus.

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Which agents cause occupational asthma and which workers are at risk?
burgeps Cooking octopus in a canning factory a new cause of occupational asthma, possibly caused by tropomyosin

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Occupational asthma: Octopus cooking a new cause in a cannery worker Octopus cooking a new cause in a cannery worker
12/17/2009

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