Airway irritation among indoor swimming pool personnel: trichloramine exposure, exhaled NO and protein profiling of nasal lavage fluids

@article{Fornander2012AirwayIA,
  title={Airway irritation among indoor swimming pool personnel: trichloramine exposure, exhaled NO and protein profiling of nasal lavage fluids},
  author={Louise Fornander and Bijar Ghafouri and Mats Lindahl and P{\aa}l Graff},
  journal={International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={86},
  pages={571-580}
}
PurposeOccurrence of airway irritation among indoor swimming pool personnel was investigated. The aims of this study were to assess trichloramine exposure levels and exhaled nitric oxide in relation to the prevalence of airway symptoms in swimming pool facilities and to determine protein effects in the upper respiratory tract.MethodsThe presence of airway symptoms related to work was examined in 146 individuals working at 46 indoor swimming pool facilities. Levels of trichloramine, as well as… CONTINUE READING
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