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*  Needlestick injury
... estimates 5.6 million workers in the healthcare industry are at risk of occupational exposure to blood-borne diseases via ... Alamgir, H; Yu, S (2008). "Epidemiology of occupational injury among cleaners in the healthcare sector". Occupational Medicine ... from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health NIOSH Bloodborne Infectious Diseases Topic Page International ... these devices can transmit blood-borne diseases, placing those exposed at increased risk of contracting infectious diseases, ...
*  Olga Krzyżanowska
... and graduated from there in 1952 with a focus in internal and occupational diseases. After spending a decade in hospitals, in ...
*  Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram
... established in 1968 was a pioneering institution in the country for disability management and occupational diseases. The ... Organized Health Action by People for study of lifestyle diseases in Kerala. K V Krishna das, Eminent physician K. N. Pai is a ... A separate department of Infectious Diseases was established in 1983. Dr.R.Kesavan Nair FRCS who was then the chief surgeon at ... C. K. Gopi, eminent cardiologist brought to the notice of the world a rare disease named endomyocardial fibrosis. C. O. ...
*  Peking University Third Hospital
Diseases Department Emergency Department Dermatology Department Traditional Chinese Medicine Department Occupational Disease ... Plastic Surgery and Occupational Diseases are among the top in China. Peking University Third Hospital has been equipped with ... advanced equipments are playing a more and more important role in examining and curing various common and complicated diseases ...
*  Leopold Freund
Freund also published fundamental work on the treatment occupational diseases with light and on the use of X-rays for testing ...
*  Dental amalgam controversy
The most exposed subjects remain dentists in whom it did not identify occupational diseases related to mercury and other rare ... As part of "prospecting for disease," Consumer Reports wrote that these groups had placed high doses of mercuric chloride on a ... His views on amalgam toxicity were featured on 60 Minutes and he was later criticized as a dentist, "prospecting for disease" ... It found that those with dental amalgam were unlikely to reach the levels where adverse effects are seen from occupational ...
*  HSPBP1
Chinese Journal of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Diseases. 21 (5): 359-61. PMID 14761400. Alberti S, Böhse K, Arndt V, ...
*  Dong-a University Hospital
Detailed diagnostic procedures can determine origins as an occupational disease, the presence of accompanying dementia, and the ... The Parkinson's Disease Center is a full service diagnostic center for Parkinson's disease. The center offers comprehensive ... For cerebrovascular disease, DAUH's Stroke Center has been operating the Stroke Care Unit, the first of its kind in the region ... Operated by the division of digestive diseases, this center is divided into a stomach-esophagus clinic, colon-anus clinic, ...
*  Substitution of dangerous chemicals
... and epidemiological surveys of occupational diseases. The risk to humans is "small" if it is probable that there are no long- ... Listing the chemical products is the first step in a systematic approach to improve occupational health. The method proposes to ... Sørensen, F. and Styhr Petersen, H.J. (1995) "Substitution of hazardous chemicals and the Danish experience." Occupational ... term effects, the exposure is lower than the threshold limit value (TLV), and there are no indications of diseases, symptoms or ...
*  Furthering Asbestos Claims Transparency (FACT) Act of 2015
Richard Peto & Marvin Schneiderman eds.,1981). "Center for Diseases Control, "Table 37: Deaths from selected occupational ... The Center for Disease Control estimates that over 3,000 Americans still die from asbestos related diseases and cancers every ... A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy NHCOSH Occupational Health Clinical Centers, Syracuse, New York ... Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization Asbestos Cancer Victims' Rights Campaign Association of the United States Navy Center ...
*  Isaac Trachtenberg
Toxicology and Occupational Health for the use of chemicals Kyiv Research Institute of Hygiene and Occupational Diseases ... "Scientific basis of health and occupational diseases," Academy of Medical Sciences. A member of the editorial board of the ... and he was enrolled as Assistant Department of Occupational Health Kiev Medical Institute. From 1951 to 1955, he worked as an ... and was enrolled in graduate school in the competition at the Department of Occupational Health, headed by Lev Ivanovich Medved ...
*  Lung
This can be due to a large variety of occupational diseases such as Coalworker's pneumoconiosis, autoimmune diseases or more ... Some types of chronic lung diseases are classified as restrictive lung disease, because of a restriction in the amount of lung ... Lungs can be affected by a variety of diseases. Pulmonology is the medical speciality that deals with diseases involving the ... Asthma, chronic bronchitis, bronchiectasis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are all obstructive lung diseases ...
*  Fiddler's neck
... , sometimes referred to as a "violin hickey," or a "viola love bite" is an occupational disease that affects ... The differential diagnoses of fiddler's neck include branchial cleft cyst, disease of the salivary glands, tumors of the ... Nonetheless, musicians with underlying dermatologic diseases like acne and eczema are more endangered by fiddler's neck than ...
*  Osteonecrosis of the jaw
... earlier occupational disease. However, the pharmaceutical manufacturers of bisphosphonates drugs such as Merck and Novartis ... In the hip, at least half of all patients will get the disease in the opposite hip over time; this pattern occurs in the jaws ... This disease apparently did not often occur in individuals with good gingival health, and usually targeted the mandible first. ... Almost a third of jawbone patients will need surgery in one or more other parts of the jaws because the disease so frequently ...
*  Employment Injury Benefits Convention, 1964
Occupational Diseases) Convention (Revised), 1934. As of 2013, the convention had been ratified by 24 states. Text. ... upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to benefits in the case of industrial accidents and occupational diseases ...
*  Martha Layne Collins
The Special Fund was designated for payments to workers with occupational diseases and workers whose work-related injuries ... a breathing disease common among coal miners; consequently, it was opposed by legislators from heavily coal-dependent counties ...
*  National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Criteria Documents contain recommendations for the prevention of occupational diseases and injuries. These documents are ... The ERCs focus on industrial hygiene, occupational health nursing, occupational medicine, occupational safety, and other areas ... National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. NIOSH Program Portfolio, National Institute for Occupational Safety and ... Reporting System National Occupational Research Agenda NIOSH air filtration rating Occupational health psychology Occupational ...
*  Toroku arsenic disease
Chronological Table of Public Hazards and Occupational Disease(1977), edited by Iijima N. Kouga Taisaku Gijutu Douyuukai, Tokyo ... Toroku arsenic disease (土呂久砒素公害, Toroku hiso kōgai) was a disease resulting from air and water pollution from a refinery at a ... Bowen's disease, Lung cancer, and cancer of the urinary organ were added as appearing following chronic arsenic poisoning. ... "Clinical aspects of chronic arsenic poisoning due to environmental and occupational pollution in and around a small refining ...
*  Helen C. White
... "belonging to things is an occupational disease of my profession". White became the English department chair in 1955 and once ...
*  Silicosis
... is the most common occupational lung disease worldwide; it occurs everywhere, but is especially common in developing ... The disease is caused by deposition of this dust in the lung. Desert lung disease may be related to Al Eskan disease, a lung ... "Diseases associated with exposure to silica and nonfibrous silicate minerals. Silicosis and Silicate Disease Committee". Arch. ... is a form of occupational lung disease caused by inhalation of crystalline silica dust, and is marked by inflammation and ...
*  Workrave
... is a free software application intended to prevent computer users from developing or aggravating occupational diseases ...
*  Coal in Europe
In the Komi Republic, Russia, at the centre of the mining industry, occupational diseases are five time more prevalent than in ... Coal has been linked to acid rain, smog pollution, respiratory diseases, mining accidents, reduced agricultural yields and ... The coal mining industry also has occupational hazards. ...
*  Clifford Scott Green
Green was also responsible for approving all claims for compensation under the occupational disease statute whenever the ...
*  Agriculture in the United States
These centers not only conduct research on the subject of occupational disease and injury prevention, but also promote ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Division of Safety Research ... work-related lung diseases, noise-induced hearing loss, skin diseases, chemical-related illnesses, and certain cancers ... Occupational safety measures are not always well defined and rarely enforced. This means that not all laborers are subject to ...
*  Irritant contact dermatitis
Guidance Note MS 24 - Health Surveillance of occupational skin disease. http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/ms24.pdf Mathias CG, ...
*  Alpha thalassemia abnormal morphogenesis
HbH disease is caused by loss of three of the four alpha globin alleles. In these two conditions, a shortage of alpha globin ... They also may require surgery in early years to repair the abnormalities they were born with or else physical and occupational ... If both parents are carriers, they can pass the disease to their kids. Thalassemia is not contagious. While there are many ... Another milder form is called Hbh Disease. HB Bart syndrome is characterized by hydrops fetalis, a condition in which excess ...
*  Grzegorz Ślak
Occupational Diseases and Occupational Hypertension of University Teaching Hospital in Wrocław. He funded a gamma camera used ...