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Prevention of Occupational Asthma: Study Details

TypeSecondary
AuthorDi Giampaolo L
Study Year2012
CountryItaly
Molecular WeightBoth
CategoryVarious
AgentLatex, manzonia wood, red cedar, cat epithelium, wheat flour
OccupationN/A
Outcome/DiagnosisPulmonary function in allergic occupational asthma (OA) workers
Activity Intervention
Participation Rate
Intervention Effectiveness

Di Giampaolo L, Cavallucci E, Braga M, Renzetti A, Schiavone C, Quecchia C, Petrarca C, Di Gioacchino M. The persistence of allergen exposure favors pulmonary function decline in workers with allergic occupational asthma.. Int Arch Ocup Environ Health. 2012 Feb; 85 (2): 181-188.

 
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