Occupational and environmental exposures play major roles in causing many forms of respiratory disease all humans are exposed to potential occupational or environmental toxins such as indoor or ambient air pollutants or unique respiratory toxins occurring in the workplace. Occupational and environmental lung diseases are caused by the inhalation of chemical irritants allergens or toxins in work or home environments most diseases are caused by repeated long term exposure but even a one time or indirect contact with a hazardous agent can result in lung diseases with lasting effects. Companion page on occupational and environmental skin disease information about the reported incidence of occupational lung disease in the uk and the republic of ireland is collected by sword and other surveillance schemes which are part of the thor network at the university of manchester. Documents both environmental and work related causes of lung disease unlike other books on the subject this new volume approaches occupational and environmental lung disease from the starting point of the patient who comes to the physician with respiratory symptoms. Prevention of occupational and environmental lung diseases include steps to limit exposure including administrative controls such as limiting the number of people exposed engineering controls such as use of ventilation systems enclosures and safe clean up procedures
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