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Prevention of Occupational Asthma: Study Details

TypeSecondary
AuthorLin
Study Year1996
CountryCanada
Molecular WeightLMW
CategoryWood dust or bark
AgentWestern red cedar
OccupationWestern red cedar workers (Includes cohort reported by Chan-Yeung, 1987 and Cote, 1990)
Outcome/DiagnosisOccupational asthma
Activity Intervention
Participation Rate
Intervention Effectiveness

Lin FJ;Dimich-Ward H;Chan-Yeung M;. Longitudinal decline in lung function in patients with occupational asthma due to western red cedar. Occup Environ Med . 1996 Nov ; 53 (11): 753-756.

 
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