Less Frequent Causes of Professional Bronchial Asthma


Authors: J. Kohout 1;  M. Teřl 2;  H. Čechová 1;  V. Machartová 1;  M. Štepáník 3
Authors‘ workplace: Klinika pracovního lékařství lékařské fakulty Univerzity Karlovy a Fakultní nemocnice v Plzni, přednostka as. MUDr. Vendulka Machartová 2Klinika tuberkulózy a respiračních nemocí lékařské fakulty Univerzity Karlovy a Fakultní nemocnice v Plzni, přednosta 1
Published in: Pracov. Lék., , 2003, No. 4, s. 175-176.
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Overview

The authors present the observations of two patients with professional bronchial asthma – the etiological agent was the poppy inthe first patient and the iguana in the second one. The etiology was proved in both patients by laboratory bronchoprovocation test.

Key words:
etiological agent, affected professions, intradermal tests, specific bronchoprovocation test

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Hygiene and epidemiology Hyperbaric medicine Occupational medicine
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