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Prevention of Occupational Asthma: Study Details

TypeSecondary
AuthorTalini D
Study Year2012
CountryItaly
Molecular WeightBoth
CategoryVarious
AgentLatex, diisocyanates, hairdressing products, wood and flour dusts
OccupationNot specified
Outcome/DiagnosisOccupational asthma
Activity Intervention
Participation Rate
Intervention Effectiveness

Talini D, Novelli F, Melosini L, Bacci E, Bartoli ML, Cianchetti S, Dente FL, Di Franco A, Vagaggini B, Paggiaro PL.. May the reduction of exposure to specific sensitizers be an alternative to work cessation in occupational asthma? Results from a follow-up study.. Int Arch Allergy Immunol. 2012; 157 (2): 186-193.

 
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