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Prevention of Occupational Asthma: Study Details

AuthorStocks SJ
Study Year2013
Molecular WeightBoth
AgentIsocyanates, flour dust and enzymes, metalworking fluids, rosin based solder fume, wood dust
OccupationWorkers in motor vehicle repair shops (MVR), bakers, workers in electronics and woodworking industries
Outcome/DiagnosisWork-related short latency respiratory disease (SLRD) and asthma
Activity Intervention
Participation Rate
Intervention Effectiveness

Stocks SJ, McNamee R, Turner S, Carder M, Agius RM.. Assessing the impact of national level interventions on workplace respiratory disease in the UK: part 2--regulatory activity by the Health and Safety Executive.. Occup Environ Med. 2013 Jul; 70 (7): 483-490. The U.S. Government's Official Web PortalDepartment of Health and Human Services
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