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I think I have managed to get the graph and report working but I have come accross a few glitches (e.g. In the graph there are 6 days with 'w' in the comments which I understand to mean that some timings are not in the correct order. I think the place to correct these is after you have pressed ...
Oasys, Specialist, 5/18/2007, 5/21/2007,

Is there a legal obligation to supply occupational health to paint sprayers in the UK?
Would a company employing 100 people using paint sprayer have a legal obligation to supply occupational health to the workers?
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 5/12/2007, 5/12/2007,

Hello, Can you please help me. I have recently read a medical report off my GP to a future employer (hopefully!). I suffer from mild asthma and the report says that my FEV1 is 3.34 and my FVC is 4.41. I am a male of 24 years and i weigh 68kg also my height is 171cm. Any info would be appreciated ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 3/21/2007, 5/9/2007,

Can initial asthma attacks occur away from work?
I am a 55 year old man, ex-Machinist and Automotive worker for over 30 years, production, stampiings and foundry. My initial, very severe attacks, came 2 weeks apart at home while sleeping. It has been diagnosed as "Occupational Asthma" by 2 of 3 Doctors. The company went bankrupt, complicating ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 10/10/2006, 4/25/2007,

Effect of cement dust on lung function
I have a patient who was involved in an accident involving cement mixture. The silo in which cement mixture was redirected became overfull and the cement mixture was ejected under pressure into the confined space of the building. Patient previously well. Normal spirometry. Smoker in distant ...
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 2/20/2006, 4/7/2007,

severe reactions (anaphlaytic) to chlorhexidine
I am a Trade Union Official, with a member who works in the NHS and has developed a very severe reaction to Chlorhexidine - not through touch, but just being near the stuff. From what I can see, the only literature is about contact or topical application. The member concerned has had to resi ...
Occupational Asthma, , 2/9/2007, 2/14/2007,

Occupational asthma and X-Ray chemicals
I am a radiographer of many years who has recently been diagnosed as having occupational asthma. The department I work in uses gluteraldehyde in film proccessing. My condition is progressing at a steady pace. My husband who has to deal with my wheezing and sob has said he would prefer me to go o ...
Occupational Asthma, Health Professional, 10/22/2006, 1/29/2007,

Can occupational asthma happen in manufacturers of car seats?
I have a patient who makes car upholstery. He reports being exposed to fumes from various upholstery material which has been going through various machines at work. He has symptoms suggestive of asthma.
Occupational Asthma, Specialist, 12/18/2006, 12/19/2006,

Bakery worker
My husband has worked in a bakery for 15 years. For the last two weeks he has been coughing up blood and blood clots. I took him to the er then to a pulmonary specialist and he had xrays, the doctor has scheduled a cat scan for tomorrow. I really would like more information on this illness. The ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 12/11/2006, 12/15/2006,

Will I ever be able to return to work in my field?
I am an occupational health nurse no less and was exposed to very high levels of industrial strength chlorine over a period of 2 1/2 years. I was hospitalized twice during the month of August and subsequently diagnosed with OA by our worker's compensation pulmonologist. The doctor said that I wi ...
Occupational Asthma, Worker, 12/3/2006, 12/8/2006,

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