Injury by Isocyanates
The incidence of occupational asthma is continuously increasing in many working populations: in workers engaged in polyurethane-foam production and in other plastics industries, in the wood and furniture industries, in drug production and other chemical plants, in agriculture and the food industries (for instance, among bakers), and so on.
KeywordsPolyurethane Foam Occupational Asthma Disodium Cromoglycate Threshold Limit Value Flow Volume Curve
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