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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
PrimaryBuyantseva LV2011LMWDiisocyanatesDiisocyanatesDiisocyanate(ISO) and non-diisocyanate (N-ISO) occupational asthma (OA)
SecondaryLabrecque2006LMWIsocyanatesDiisocyanatesIsocyanate-induced occupational asthma.
SecondaryLabrecque M2011LMWDiisocyanatesDiisocyanatesDiisocyanate-induced occupational asthma (DiOA)
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
SecondaryTarlo2002LMWDiisocyanatesDiisocyanatesOccuaptional asthma
SecondaryTarlo1997LMWIsocyanatesDiisocyanatesOccupational asthma The U.S. Government's Official Web PortalDepartment of Health and Human Services
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