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Prevention of Occupational Asthma: Study Search Results

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TypeAuthorStudy YearMolecular WeightAgentCategoryOutcome/Diagnosis
SecondaryAnees2006BothFlour, latex, wood dust, isocyanates, metal, biocidal agents, colophony, oil mistsVariousFEV1 decline in occupational asthma
SecondaryDi Giampaolo L2012BothLatex, manzonia wood, red cedar, cat epithelium, wheat flourVariousPulmonary function in allergic occupational asthma (OA) workers
PrimaryFishwick D2011HMWFlour dustPlantsRespiratory symptoms and sensitization
PrimaryMeijster T2011HMWFlour dustPlantsOccupational asthma and rhinitis
PrimaryStocks SJ2013BothIsocyanates, flour dust and enzymes, metalworking fluids, rosin based solder fume, wood dustVariousWork-related short latency respiratory disease (SLRD) and asthma
SecondaryTalini D2012BothLatex, diisocyanates, hairdressing products, wood and flour dustsVariousOccupational asthma The U.S. Government's Official Web PortalDepartment of Health and Human Services
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