Symptoms, airway responsiveness, and exposure to dust in beech and oak wood workers.

@article{Bohadana2000SymptomsAR,
  title={Symptoms, airway responsiveness, and exposure to dust in beech and oak wood workers.},
  author={Abraham B Bohadana and Nicole Massin and Pascal Wild and J. P. Toamain and Sophia Engel and Pierre Goutet},
  journal={Occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={57 4},
  pages={
          268-73
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To investigate the relation between levels of cumulative exposure to wood dust and respiratory symptoms and the occurrence of bronchial hyperresponsiveness among beech and oak workers. METHODS 114 Male woodworkers from five furniture factories and 13 male unexposed controls were examined. The unexposed control group was supplemented by 200 male historical controls. Statistical analyses were performed excluding and including the historical controls. Dust concentration was measured… CONTINUE READING

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