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Occupational asthma 

Occupational asthma
Occupational asthma

Edward W. Paterson

and Graeme P. Currie

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date: 05 August 2020

Occupational asthma causes up to 15% of new asthma occurring in adulthood

The two main types of occupational asthma are classical occupational asthma (due to sensitization to a workplace exposure) and reactive airways dysfunction syndrome (RADS) (due to a single large exposure to an agent)...

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