Surveillance data from four states on work-related asthma are now available online from the Work-Related Lung Disease Surveillance System (eWoRLD), developed and maintained by CDCs National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Work-related asthma data presented through this surveillance system include information on associated industry, occupation, and exposures. Tables using data from California, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey for the period 1993-2006 now are available online from eWoRLD at http://www2a.cdc.gov/drds/worldreportdata/subsectiondetails.asp?archiveid=1&subsectiontitleid=23. More years of state-based work-related asthma data will be posted online as they become available. Additional information about the state-based work-related asthma program is available at http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/surveillance/ords/statebasedsurveillance.html. ...
Abstract: Nearly 9 million workers are exposed to chemical agents associated with occupational asthma, with isocyanates representing the chemical class most responsible. Isocyanate-induced asthma has been difficult to diagnose and control, in part because the biologic mechanisms responsible for the disease and the determinants of exposure have not been well defined. Isocyanate-induced asthma is characterized by airway inflammation, and we hypothesized that inflammation is a prerequisite of isocyanate-induced asthma, with tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-α being critical to this process. To explore this hypothesis, wildtype mice, athymic mice, TNF-α receptor knockout (TNFR), and anti-TNF-α antibody-treated mice were sensitized by subcutaneous injection (20µ .l on Day 1; 5µl, Days 4 and 11), and challenged 7 d later by inhalation (100 ppb; Days 20, 22, and 24) with toluene diisocyanate (TDI). Airway inflammation, goblet cell metaplasia, epithelial cell damage, and nonspecific airtent way ...
Background: The links between asthma and rhinitis are nowadays referred to as the united airways disease (UAD). Current evidence shows that the UAD model seems to be applicable to occupational rhinitis (OR) and occupational asthma (OA). Objective: We aimed to objectively assess, in the context of specific inhalation challenge (SIC) testing, the concomitance of bronchial and nasal reaction in the investigation of OR and OA Methods: Forty-three subjects with a history of work-related asthma symptoms underwent SIC for confirmation of OA and investigation of OR. Subjects underwent assessment of changes in bronchial calibre by spirometry and assessment of nasal patency and airway inflammation by acoustic rhinometry and nasal lavage. Results: A positive nasal challenge was observed in 25 SIC whereas a positive bronchial challenge was observed in 17 SIC. A concomitant positive nasal and bronchial challenge was observed in 13 instances. This association was significant (risk ratio= 1.7; 95% CI=1.0 to ...
Sensitizer-induced occupational asthma immunologic form of asthma which occurs due to inhalation of specific substances (i.e., high-molecular-weight proteins from plants and animal origins, or low-molecular-weight agents that include chemicals, metals and wood dusts) and occurs after a latency period of several weeks to years.[1]. Irritant-induced (occupational) asthma is a non-immunologic form of asthma that results from a single or multiple high dose exposure to irritant products. It is usually develops early after exposure; however can also develop insidiously over a few months after a massive exposure to a complex mixture of alkaline dust and combustion products, as shown in the World Trade Center disaster. Unlike those with sensitizer-induced occupational asthma, subjects with irritant-induced occupational asthma do not develop work-related asthma symptoms after re-exposure to low concentrations of the irritant that initiated the symptoms.[2] Reactive airways dysfunction syndrome (RADS) is ...
According to the California Work-Related Asthma Prevention Program, part of the Occupational Health Branch of California Department of Public Health, cleaning products used in workplaces can cause or trigger work-related asthma. To prevent harsh affects of cleaning products, employers should make sure the safest products and practices are used in the workplace. The program has found that nearly 10 percent of all work-related asthma cases were caused by exposure to cleaning products. Most of these cases had new asthma that started only after they began work - the exposures caused their asthma. About one in five people (almost 20 percent) used cleaning products directly, such as janitors. The other 80 percent of workers attributed their asthma symptoms to cleaning products used nearby. Many workplaces, like schools, hospitals, and restaurants are places where everyone, including children, can be affected by cleaning products. How can asthma from cleaning products be prevented? ...
Abstract/Full Text -- Ding. Pneumococcal Vaccine for Only Half With Work-Related Asthma. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Adults with work-related asthma are more likely that those with non-work-related asthma to have received pneumococcal vaccination, although only 53.7 percent with work-related asthma have been vaccinated, according to a study published online Sept. 27 in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.. Abstract/Full Text. Working With a Scribe Improves Physician Satisfaction. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Working with a scribe significantly improves physicians overall satisfaction, satisfaction with chart quality and accuracy, and charting efficiency, according to a study published online Sept. 11 in the Annals of Family Medicine.. Abstract/Full Text. Chronic Respiratory Disease Mortality Up From 1980 to 2014. TUESDAY, Sept. 26, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- From 1980 to 2014 there was a considerable increase in mortality from chronic respiratory ...
In the second part of this respiratory health special report, Bernard Garbe looks at how serial peak expiratory flow can be used to identify occupational asthma.. The first part of the report explores the 2010 BOHRF Occupational Asthma Guidance on sensitiser-induced occupational asthma.. In occupational health, lung disease is the most common form of disease encountered after skin problems. Occupational lung diseases include byssinosis (typically cotton dust), allergic rhinitis, farmers lung, asbestosis, pneumoconiosis (most commonly coal dust), silicosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). While COPD has the greatest mortality rate, occupational asthma (OA) has by far the greater incidence. OA, by definition, is a lung disease caused by occupational exposures and is the cause of about 15% of adult-onset asthma. Occupational asthma often results in skilled and experienced people having to end their careers, in many cases without a confirmed diagnosis. In nearly half the diagnosed ...
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Walsh SL, Wells AU, Desai SR, Poletti V, Piciucchi S, Dubini A, Nunes H, Valeyre D, Brillet PY, Kambouchner M, Morais A, Pereira JM, Moura CS, Grutters JC, van den Heuvel DA, van Es HW, van Oosterhout MF, Seldenrijk CA, Bendstrup E, Rasmussen F, Madsen LB, Gooptu B, Pomplun S, Taniguchi H, Fukuoka J, Johkoh T, Nicholson AG, Sayer C, Edmunds L, Jacob J, Kokosi MA, Myers JL, Flaherty KR, Hansell DM, Multicentre evaluation of multidisciplinary team meeting agreement on diagnosis in diffuse parenchymal lung disease: a case-cohort study., Lancet respiratory, 2016;:557-565,10.1016/S2213-2600(16)30033-9 ...
Background Periodic health surveillance (HS) of workers can identify early cases of occupational asthma. Information about its uptake and its content in the UK is lacking. Aims To identify the overall levels of uptake and quality of HS for occupational asthma within three high risk industry sectors in the UK. Methods A telephone survey of employers, and their occupational health (OH) professionals, carried out in three sectors with exposures potentially capable of causing occupational asthma (bakeries, wood working and motor vehicle repair). Results A total of 457 organizations participated (31% response rate). About 77% employed ,10 people, 17% between 10 and 50 and 6% ,50. Risk assessments were common (67%) and 14% carried out some form of HS for occupational asthma, rising to 19% if only organizations reporting asthma hazards and risks were considered. HS was carried out both by in-house (31%) and external providers (69%). Organizational policies were often used to define HS approaches (80%), ...
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OBJECTIVE: To examine the incidence of occupational asthma in the seven aluminum smelters of Australia and New Zealand from 1991 to 2006.. METHODS: Incidence and exposure data were collected by survey from the smelters prospectively during the study period.. RESULTS: The incidence of occupational asthma across all smelters combined was highest in 1992 at 9.46/1,000/year, declining to 0.36/1,000/year in 2006; a 96.2% reduction. The incidence of occupational asthma was correlated with geometric mean total fluoride concentration, measured as personal samples from employees undertaking anode changing (r(s) = 0.497, P , 0.001).. CONCLUSIONS: The control of exposures, respiratory protection and pre-placement medical assessments undertaken during the study period seem to have contributed to the substantial decline in occupational asthma incidence.. ...
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GPs need to be better at recognising occupational asthma after figures show many people who develop work-related asthma are not correctly diagnosed.
Vandenplas O, Suojalehto H, Aasen T, Baur X, Burge PS, de Blay F, Fishwick D, Hoyle J, Maestrelli P, Muñoz X, Moscato G, Sastre J, Sigsgaard T, Suuronen K, Walusiak-Skorupa J, Cullinan P, the ERS Task Force on Specific Inhalation Challenges with Occupational Agents, Specific inhalation challenge in the diagnosis of occupational asthma: consensus statement, Eur Respir J, 2014;43:1573-1587 ...
Occupational asthma (OA) is steadily emerging as the principal cause of respiratory disease due to the workplace environment. One of the key means to ascertain diagnosis of OA is specific inhalation challenge (SIC) with occupational agents. This review: 1) describes the methodology of SIC, with a special emphasis on procedures aimed at increasing the safety and validity of these tests; and 2) outlines the roles of SIC in the diagnosis of OA in clinical and medicolegal assessment, epidemiological studies, surveillance programmes and the investigation of the pathophysiological mechanisms of asthma and OA. We discuss areas of future development, including the development of apparatus which allows exposure of subjects to low and stable concentrations of the occupational agent and the assessment of preventive procedures.. ...
Work-related asthma includes work aggravation of preexisting asthma and new-onset asthma induced by occupational exposure.. To identify cases of asthma related to the occupational exposure, assess the severity and control of asthma at work and appreciate the consequences on employment, we conducted a cross-sectional study involving all active asthmatic patients who had consulted the pulmonology department of the University Hospital of Sfax in Tunisia for a period of four months.. We collected the records of 104 patients. The group of elementary occupations was 69.2%. Workers in the textile and food industry represented 16.3% and 15.4% respectively. Symptoms appear in the first ten years of occupational exposure in 39.4% of cases. The asthma was 31.7% partially controlled and uncontrolled in 7.7% of cases. The professional investigation had concluded that the occupational origin of asthma represented 44.2% of patients and the worsening by the professional environment 28.8% of cases. The ...
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Occupational asthma is a lung disorder in which substances found in the workplace cause the airways of the lungs to swell and narrow. This leads to attacks of wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing.
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I agree with both Trisha and Alex, and that is not to undermine Barbaras condition or concerns. Im sure there are people that are adversly affected by many aspects of their jobs. Some are truly legitimate and SHOULD be addressed by the employer. however I think there may be some individuals who would jump on the band wagon and persue it for all its worth--(is this a can of worms?) hope no one is offended, just MY opinion. jerry P. Emry wrote: , Dear ? , , I would like more information on the condition you discribe. I would also , like to know who you are and who you are doing the research for. , , I think that such information could be a dangerous thing in some hands. I , dont have a back-up profession and a note in my employment folder could , block future employment if/when we run out of grant money here, or when , the boss retires. , , I would like to know if others feel this way about medical information and , the workplace. , , Trisha , Seattle , , On Fri, 16 Oct 1998 [email protected] ...
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Mounting evidence suggests that diisocyanates are able to bind airway epithelial cell proteins, resulting in airway inflammation with cytokine and chemokine production and cellular recruitment [29]. The toxicity of diisocyanates toward airway epithelial tissues has also been reported, and MDI and HDI prepolymers were shown to induce airway epithelial barrier dysfunction that was partly associated with altered glutamine levels [30, 31]. The effect of TDI on the expression of lung cytokine P450 enzymes has also been documented [32]. We attempted to culture human bronchial epithelial cells, Beas-2B, with TDI-HSA conjugates to identify the source of the IL-8 detected in the sputum of TDI-induced asthma patients [33]. The production of IL-8 and regulated upon activation in normal T cell expressed, and secreted (RANTES) was significantly increased in a dose-dependent manner after exposure to a peripheral mononuclear cell culture supernatant derived from a TDI-induced asthma patient, and this effect ...
Immediate hypersensitivity reactions ranging from mild urticaria to life threatening anaphylaxis after exposure to natural rubber latex have been reported frequently in health care workers while occupational asthma due to latex exposure is less well studied. The results of specific challenge tests and immunological tests in four health care workers with work related respiratory and skin disorders induced by the use of latex gloves are described. Occupational asthma was confirmed in three subjects by specific challenge tests. All had a positive skin test reaction to the latex extract; specific IgE antibodies were detected in only one subject. The fourth subject had a negative specific inhalation and skin test reaction to the latex extract. Peak expiratory flow monitoring at work and away from work showed a pattern consistent with work related asthma. These findings confirm that latex is a cause of occupational asthma in health care workers.. ...
Asthma is a potentially serious disease that is growing in prevalence in most developed countries.1 One of the factors that might have prompted this trend is the greater number of cases of asthma that develop in adults.2 In addition to a possible allergic origin, as occurs in childhood asthma, epidemiological studies indicate that occupational exposure may be the cause of up to 25% of all cases of adult-onset asthma.3 Asthma caused by exposure to a specific substance in the workplace is known as occupational asthma (OA), while pre-existing or concomitant asthma which is intensified by stimuli present in the workplace is known as work-exacerbated asthma (WEA). OA can be further subclassified as immunological and non-immunological, depending on the mechanisms causing the disease.2 Immunological OA requires time for sensitization to the causative agent to develop, while non-immunological OA refers to patients whose asthma is caused by irritants, the most obvious example of which is reactive airway ...
Patients with coexisting work-related rhinitis and asthma would benefit from an adequate and simultaneous recognition of both diseases. The present case illustrates the advantages and importance of using an integrated approach to confirm a diagnosis of occupational rhinitis (OR) and occupational asthma (OA).A 38-year-old woman, who worked as an animal laboratory technician since 2004, first noticed the appearance of rhinitis and conjunctivitis symptoms in 2007 when she was exposed to rats. A skin-prick test with rat extract was strongly positive. A specific inhalation challenge with parallel assessment of nasal and bronchial responses was conducted. After 10 min of exposure, she developed rhinitis and conjunctivitis symptoms, her forced expiratory volume in 1 s dropped by 27.5% and her nasal volume, measured by acoustic rhinometry, decreased by 80% from baseline values. After allergen exposure, induced sputum and nasal lavage examination demonstrated an increase in eosinophils (11% and 20%, respectively
The article discusses occupational asthma as the most common occupational lung disease in western countries. The disease is found to a contribution on the exposure to silica, asbestos, and coal dust. Its association on the kind of occupation that a person has, makes the diagnosis of the disease to be unsuccessful. In order for the diagnosis to be successful, clinicians have to get involved with the primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of occupational asthma ...
15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 2 2. 23. 24. 25. 2009. pdf. Accessed April 13, 2010. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Trends in Asthma Morbidity and Mortality. National Center for Health Statistics, National Health Interview Survey Raw Data, 1997-2006. Analysis performed by American Lung Association Research and Program Services using SPSS and SUDAAN software. PDF. Accessed April 1, 2009. Cohn RD, Arbes SJ Jr, Jaramillo R, Reid LH, Zeldin DC. S. households. Environ Health Perspect. 2006;114(4):522-6. In one study researchers identified that 85% of infants hospitalized for wheezing did seem to outgrow their symptoms by adolescence. , they no longer have exacerbations) they continue to have changes in their airway structure and abnormal pulmonary function testing when measured in adulthood. 10 Can You Outgrow Asthma? indd 18 6/14/10 8:31:58 AM Defining Asthma 19 Work-Related/Occupational Asthma Work-related asthma (WRA) is defined as an asthmatic airway response to dust, vapors, gases, or ...
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BACKGROUND:. Respiratory diseases are strongly related with exposure in the workplace. A considerable proportion of adult onset asthma is associated with these exposures. The importance of occupational risk factors for asthma has been underestimated, particularly among women. The occupational asthma study (ECRHS-OA) forms part of a wider international multicentre survey on respiratory health (European Community Respiratory Health Survey-ECRHS). The first phase of the ECRHS was conducted in 1991/92 and examined risk factors for asthma and atopy in subjects aged 20-44 years. The study updated (ECRHS-II), following-up approximately 17,000 young adults from 12 countries (Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and USA).. The study provided valid and precise estimates on the importance of specific occupations, industries and exposures in relation to asthma incidence and prevalence, similar estimates for other respiratory symptoms and diseases and ...
To investigate the incidence of occupational asthma and its relationship to new cases of persistent asthma, the data was collected from two national registers which cover practically all new cases of both diseases. In 1986 to 1993, the annual incidence of persistent asthma in adults from 15 to 64 years increased from 6,645 to 8,056 21%. The...
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With the reduction in the disease burden from the pneumoconioses in recent years, especially in developed countries, occupational asthma has emerged as the occupational lung disease of greatest importance. It is usually the most common respiratory condition reported in occupational disease surveillance programmes and makes a substantial contribution to the burden of asthma in the community, with an estimated population attributable risk of 15% and estimated annual cost to the USA of $US1.6 billion.1 Therefore, the introduction of prevention strategies to reduce the impact of occupational asthma, should be strongly supported.. The editorial by Snashall in this issue2 describes the latest proposal by the Health and Safety Commission (HSC) to reduce the incidence of occupational asthma in the United Kingdom.3 This article acknowledges the limited success of past HSC prevention programmes. The proposed Strategy has five components corresponding to the key programmes in Securing health together, the ...
Occupational asthma is an occupational lung disease and a type of asthma. Like other types of asthma, it is characterized by airway inflammation, reversible airways obstruction, and bronchospasm, but it is caused by something in the workplace environment. Symptoms include shortness of breath, tightness of the chest, nasal irritation, coughing and wheezing. The first person to use it in reference to a medical condition was Hippocrates, and he believed that tailors, anglers and metalworkers were more likely to be affected by the disease. Although much research has been done since, the inflammatory component of asthma was recognized only in the 1960s. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis is a related condition, with many occupational examples (e.g. flock workers lung, farmers lung, and indium lung). However, although overlapping in many cases, hypersensitivity pneumonitis may be distinguished from occupational asthma in that it isnt restricted to only occupational exposure, and involves type III ...
Sensitization: plastics (TDI and MDI), car paints (HDI and IPDI), polyurethanes (TDI), casting/melts and glues (MDI). Exposure; purely via the airways, may induce cutaneous sensitisation even in the absence of any contact with the skin. Isocyanate induced asthma (particularly TDI) is characterized by lymphocyte activation and secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines. After exposure has ceased, a remodelling of the airways persists. The realisation of the problems associated with TDI, MDI and HDI, etc has led the industries to use oligomers with high molecular weights (BIC) with the aims of reducing the risks of sensitization. The norms for tolerable levels of these monomers are not sufficient to prevent work-related asthma. No norms have been fixed for polyisocyanates or polymer precursors. The response to TDI is regulated by the MHC class II loci DQA1 and DQB1. Fire retardants contain polyurethanes. A Swedish study performed in 2001 demonstrated that above 300°C these polyurethanes degrade ...
Sensitization: plastics (TDI and MDI), car paints (HDI and IPDI), polyurethanes (TDI), casting/melts and glues (MDI). Exposure; purely via the airways, may induce cutaneous sensitisation even in the absence of any contact with the skin. Isocyanate induced asthma (particularly TDI) is characterized by lymphocyte activation and secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines. After exposure has ceased, a remodelling of the airways persists. The realisation of the problems associated with TDI, MDI and HDI, etc has led the industries to use oligomers with high molecular weights (BIC) with the aims of reducing the risks of sensitization. The norms for tolerable levels of these monomers are not sufficient to prevent work-related asthma. No norms have been fixed for polyisocyanates or polymer precursors. The response to TDI is regulated by the MHC class II loci DQA1 and DQB1. Fire retardants contain polyurethanes. A Swedish study performed in 2001 demonstrated that above 300°C these polyurethanes degrade ...
Minister for Health. 10 April 2013. Minister for Health Tanya Plibersek today announced $7.9 million for 11 Partnerships for Better Health - Partnership Projects including research into medication regimes for kidney transplants, chlamydia testing, work-related asthma and cancer, suicide prevention, and mental health disorders in rural children.. Ms Plibersek made the announcement today at the University of Adelaide where she met with grant recipient Professor John Lynch who will receive $273,131 for a whole-of-population study into child health and development.. This study is supported by the Australian Government and project partners from the Womens and Childrens Health Network and the South Australian Department for Education and Child Development.. The Australian Government is focussed on improved patient care, better disease prevention and more cost-effective delivery of services, Ms Plibersek said.. Jointly funded through the National Health and Medical Research Council and partners, ...
Occupational asthma caused by chloramines in indoor swimming-pool air K.M. Thickett1, J.S. McCoach1, J.M. Gerber4, S. Sadhra3 and P.S. Burge1 1 Dept of Respiratory Medicine, Occupational Lung Diseases Unit, Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham, UK. 4 Institut National de Recherche et de Securite, Vandoeuvre les Nancy Cedex, France. 3 Institute of Occupational Health, University of Birmingham, Birmingham,…
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