By Paul David Blanc MD, MSPH (auth.), Yuh-Chin T. Huang, Andrew J. Ghio, Lisa A. Maier (eds.)
A scientific consultant to Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases gives you a concise compendium to the prognosis and administration of occupational and environmental lung ailments, incorporating evidence-based instructions the place to be had. every one bankruptcy presents an up to date evaluation and a pragmatic method of various occupational and environmental lung illnesses. With quickly altering expertise, new stipulations and exposures will absolutely emerge. Clinicians have to stay vigilant approximately assessing the aptitude hyperlink among lung ailments and environmental exposures, and this publication presents a realistic advisor to acknowledge, diagnose, and forestall occupational and environmental lung illnesses. Written for training clinicians together with internists, pulmonologists, and first care companies, in addition to commercial hygienists and environmental regulators, A scientific consultant to Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases is a well timed and critical new quantity and a useful contribution to the literature.
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Coal workers’ pneumoconiosis, long argued to be attributable to silica while downplaying a specific role for coal dust exposure, was finally well-characterized as a disease process in its own right distinct from silicosis (and separately compensable), albeit with open questions as to the contributions to disease risk related to coal rank and other aspects of the mineral composition of the exploited rock [129, 158, 159]. The biology of silicosis was a matter of sophisticated research progress in the twentieth century, progress that arguably was not paralleled by equally advanced exposure controls.
A Clinical Guide to Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases by Paul David Blanc MD, MSPH (auth.), Yuh-Chin T. Huang, Andrew J. Ghio, Lisa A. Maier (eds.)