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Semolina powder
Is it possible for a worker dispensing semolina powder in pasta manufacturing to have his pre existing asthma become worse? He works 11.5 hour shifts, 4 on and 4 off. He dispenses from open sacks up to 34 times a shift. I cannot find any research on this. He has worked with the substance for 5 y ...
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 7/15/2007, 9/11/2007,

high risk jobs for occupational asthma
What types of jobs can I get occupational asthma from this is for a school project please help!!!
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 2/20/2006, 9/6/2007,

What proportion of people with IgE sensitisation to flour have symptoms due to allergy?
It has been widely reported that the majority of individuals in bakeries who have nasal or respiratory symptoms do not have any evidence of IgE sensitisation. In addition my own observation is that individuals with positive IgE often have either no or minimal symptoms (in a similar way to indiv ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 8/21/2007, 8/22/2007,

Is there a strong link between poultry handling and occupational asthma?
I am doing an assessment in a research poultry handling unit. There is exposure to dust during handling and cage cleaning. Evidence is quite strong for rats, mice, rabbits, horses, dogs - but I haven't found much for poultry (although I have found a reference for pnuemonitis)
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 8/15/2007, 8/15/2007,

asthma through working as a welder
i was a welder for 5 years,after 2 years 1 took a 18 month break and then went back to it for 3 years,this was wen the problems began.during the 3rd year i started having problems i.e coughing,chest pains,wheezing all the time,iv now been away from the job for 4 years but i still suffer from ast ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 8/10/2007, 8/13/2007,

Animal allergens
How should we define a level of exposure to animal allergens which is sufficient to justify health surveillance?
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 7/26/2007, 8/6/2007,

Cement Dust
Can cement dust cause the cartlidge in your nose to be gone. I have a hole in my nose and had a biopsy done and they don't know what caused it I worked next to a cement plant for a while and we always had problems with the dust from there. Also my daughter constently has upper resp. infections a ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 2/20/2006, 8/1/2007,

OASYS will not let me interpret
Dear Oasys Team Please can you help me? OASYS will not let me interpret the information I have enetered. The following error message comes up:- Graph caused a general protection fault in module OGRAPH.EXE.at0009.192B. Chose close. GRAPH will close. Do you think it is installed right or something ...
Oasys, Specialist, 7/18/2007, 7/18/2007,

Cement Articles
Dear Sir/Madam, I would be grateful if you send me any article related to the effect of cement on eyes and the following articles: 1. Health status of cement workers in the United Arab Emirates 2. The dermal toxicity of cement. if these two articles are not free, would you please tell me how ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 7/9/2007, 7/9/2007,

Is it important to do pre-contract and follow-up spirometries for cotton textile employees?
I am a pulmonary specialist newly hired in a large textile cotton dust industry in Honduras. I need information (Eg. papers) on the importance of pre-contract and follow up spirometries among this employees, in order to protect them and save money with an early detection program.
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 4/7/2007, 5/28/2007,

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