Pharmacological prevention of acute ventilatory capacity reduction in flax dust exposure.

@article{Vali1973PharmacologicalPO,
  title={Pharmacological prevention of acute ventilatory capacity reduction in flax dust exposure.},
  author={Fedor Vali{\'c} and Eugenija Žu{\vs}kin},
  journal={British journal of industrial medicine},
  year={1973},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={
          381-4
        }
}
Valic, F., and Žuskin, E. (1973). British Journal of Industrial Medicine, 30, 381-384. Pharmacological prevention of acute ventilatory capacity reduction in flax dust exposure. The protective effect of the preshift application of a bronchodilator (orciprenaline), an antihistamine drug (diadril), and ascorbic acid on flax-induced acute bronchoconstriction was studied in 13 byssinotic and 7 non-byssinotic female workers exposed to airborne fibres of biologically retted flax. Orciprenaline was… CONTINUE READING
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