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Full Text Available for Occupation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and
chronic bronchitis: an update Blanc PD, Torén K, Occupation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and chronic bronchitis: an update, Int J Tuberc Lung Dis, 2007;11:251-257,
Kjell Toren, Sahlgrenska University Hospital. Goteborg, an author of 'Occupation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and
chronic bronchitis: an update' Paul Blanc, University of California San Francisco, an author of 'Occupation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and
chronic bronchitis: an update'

Abstract Available for Disaster at Bhopal: the accident, early findings and respiratory health outlook in those injured. Weill H , Disaster at Bhopal: the accident, early findings and respiratory health outlook in those injured., Bull Eupopean Physiopath Respir, 1987;23:587-590,

Full Text Available for Respiratory morbidity 10 years after the Union Carbide gas leak at Bhopal: a cross sectional survey Cullinan P, Acquilla S, Ramana Dhara V, on behalf of the International Medical Commission on Bhopal, Respiratory morbidity 10 years after the Union Carbide gas leak at Bhopal: a cross sectional survey, Br Med J, 1997;314:338,http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.314.7077.338
Paul Cullinan, Royal Brompton Hospital, London, UK, an author of 'Respiratory morbidity 10 years after the Union Carbide gas leak at Bhopal: a cross sectional survey'

Full Text Available for Medical survey of methyl isocyanate gas affected population of Bhopal. Part II. Pulmonary effects in Bhopal victims as seen 15 weeks after M.I.C. exposure Naik S R, Acharya V N, Bhalerao R A, Kowli S S, Nazareth H H, Mahashur A A, Shah S S, Potnis A V, Mehta A C., Medical survey of methyl isocyanate gas affected population of Bhopal. Part II. Pulmonary effects in Bhopal victims as seen 15 weeks after M.I.C. exposure, J Postgrad Med, 1986;32:185-191,

Abstract Available for Bhopal Tragedy's Health EffectsA Review of Methyl Isocyanate Toxicity Mehta PS, Mehta AS, Mehta SJ, Makhijani AB, Bhopal Tragedy's Health EffectsA Review of Methyl Isocyanate Toxicity, JAMA, 1990;264:2781-2787,10.1001/jama.1990.03450210081037

Full Text Available for Delayed eye and other consequences from exposure to methyl isocyanate: 930 follow up of exposed and unexposed cohorts in Bhopal Andersson N, Ajwani MK, Mahashabde S, Tiwari MK, Kerr Muir M, Mehra V, Ashiru K, Mackenzie CD, Delayed eye and other consequences from exposure to methyl isocyanate: 930 follow up of exposed and unexposed cohorts in Bhopal, Br J Industr Med, 1990;47:553-558,

Full Text Available for Exposure and response to methyl isocyanate: results of a community based survey in Bhopal ANDERSSON N, MUIR MK, MEHRA V, SALMON AG, Exposure and response to methyl isocyanate: results of a community based survey in Bhopal, Br J Industr Med, 1988;45:469-475,

Abstract Available for Respiratory function in power plant workers exposed to nitrogen dioxide Carbone U, Montuori P, Novi C, Triassi M, Respiratory function in power plant workers exposed to nitrogen dioxide, Occup Med, 2014;64:644-646,10.1093/occmed/kqu129

Abstract Available for Occupational exposure to hydrogen sulfide in the sour gas industry: some unresolved issues Guidotti TL, Occupational exposure to hydrogen sulfide in the sour gas industry: some unresolved issues, Int J Occup Environ Health, 1994;66:153-160,

Full Text Available for Hydrogen sulphide Guidotti TL, Hydrogen sulphide, Occup Med (Oxford), 1996;46:367-371,

Full Text Available for Monoamine oxidase inhibition as a sequel of hydrogen sulfide intoxication: increases in brain catecholamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine levels Warenycia MW, Smith KA, Blashko CS, Kombian SB, Reiffenstein RJ, Monoamine oxidase inhibition as a sequel of hydrogen sulfide intoxication: increases in brain catecholamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine levels, Archives of Toxicology, 1989;63:131-136,

Abstract Available for Effects of acute intoxication with hydrogen sulfide on central amino acid transmitter systems. Kombian SB, Warenycia MW, Mele FG, Reiffenstein RJ , Effects of acute intoxication with hydrogen sulfide on central amino acid transmitter systems., Neurotoxicity, 1988;9:587-595,

Full Text Available for Examination of the Carbon Monoxide Diffusing Capacity
(DLCO) in Relation to Its KCO and VA Components Hughes JMB, Pride NB, Examination of the Carbon Monoxide Diffusing Capacity (DLCO) in Relation to Its KCO and VA Components , Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2012;186:132-139,

Abstract Available for Effectiveness of interventions to reduce flour dust exposures in supermarket bakeries in South Africa Baatjies R, Meijster T, Heederik D, Sander I, Jeebhay MF, Effectiveness of interventions to reduce flour dust exposures in supermarket bakeries in South Africa, Occup Environ Med, 2014;71:,10.1136/oemed-2013-101971
Dick Heederik, Institute of Risk Assessment Sciences, Utrecht, an author of 'Effectiveness of interventions to reduce flour dust exposures in supermarket bakeries in South Africa' Mohammed Jeebhay, Cape Town, an author of 'Effectiveness of interventions to reduce flour dust exposures in supermarket bakeries in South Africa' Tim Meijster, , an author of 'Effectiveness of interventions to reduce flour dust exposures in supermarket bakeries in South Africa'

Abstract Available for Occupational asthma phenotypes identified by increased fractional exhaled nitric oxide after exposure to causal agents Lemiere C, Nguyen S, Sava F, DAlpaos V, Huaux F, Vandenplas O, Occupational asthma phenotypes identified by increased fractional exhaled nitric oxide after exposure to causal agents, J Allergy Clin Immunol, 2014;134:1063,1067
Olivier Vandenplas, Universite Mont-Goginne, Yvoir, an author of 'Occupational asthma phenotypes identified by increased fractional exhaled nitric oxide after exposure to causal agents' Catherine Lemière, Hôpital de Sacré Coeur, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, an author of 'Occupational asthma phenotypes identified by increased fractional exhaled nitric oxide after exposure to causal agents'

Abstract Available for Unexpected nerve gas exposure in the city of Matsumoto: Report of rescue activity in the first sarin gas terrorism Okudera H, Morita H, Iwashita T, Shibata T, Otagiri T, Kobayashi S, Yanagisawa N, Unexpected nerve gas exposure in the city of Matsumoto: Report of rescue activity in the first sarin gas terrorism, The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 1997;15:527-528,DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0735-6757(97)90201-1

No Abstract Available for A Critical Review of the Literature on Hydrogen Sulfide Toxicity Beauchamp RO, Bus JS, Popp JA, Boreiko CJ, Andjelkovich DA,Leber P, A Critical Review of the Literature on Hydrogen Sulfide Toxicity, Critical Reviews in Toxicology, 1984;13:25-97,doi:10.3109/10408448409029321

Abstract Available for Lessons learned from the Syrian sarin attack: evaluation of a clinical syndrome through social media. Rosman Y, Eisenkraft A, Milk N, Shiyovich A, Ophir N, Shrot S, Kreiss Y, Kassirer M, Lessons learned from the Syrian sarin attack: evaluation of a clinical syndrome through social media., Ann Intern Med, 2014;160:644-8,10.7326/M13-2799 [doi]

Full Text Available for Breathing" coal mines and surface asphyxiation from stythe (black damp). Hendrick DJ, Sizer KE, Breathing" coal mines and surface asphyxiation from stythe (black damp)., Br Med J, 1992;305:509-510,
David Hendrick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, an author of 'Breathing

Abstract Available for Carbon monoxide poisoning: risk factors for cognitive sequelae and the role of hyperbaric oxygen Weaver LK, Valentine KJ, Hopkins RO, Carbon monoxide poisoning: risk factors for cognitive sequelae and the role of hyperbaric oxygen, Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2007;176:491-497,10.1164/rccm.200701-026OC

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