If a person works in the company, where he has attacks, you need to change jobs.The same applies to the people engaged in the pharmaceutical industry and in contact with laboratory animals, especially rodents.Asthma occurs in 6% of people in these professions.The theme of the article is occupational asthma in a human body!
There are professional factors in the body that trigger the disease.Asthma workers milling and baking industry.Allergen - flour.Asthma workers manufacturing silk.Allergen - Spud dust (dust covering the wings of a butterfly-moth).
- Asthma breeders, workers vivariums, zoos, veterinarians.Allergen - wool particles epidermis animals.
- Asthma librarians.Allergen - Library dust.
- Occupational asthma hairdressers.Allergen - the epidermis and human hair.
- Asthma workers produce castor oil.Dust castor bean tree has a very high allergenic activity.
- Asthma in the human workers for the production of coffee.Allergen - dust coffee beans.
- Asthma workers detergent industry.Allerg
- «Platinum" occupational asthma.Asthma caused by complex salts of platinum.Metal platinum dust does not cause asthma.
- «manganese", "nickel", "chrome" asthma.
- Drug occupational asthma.Allergen - drug dust in the workplace.
- Asthma wood industry workers.Allergen - wood dust (oak, red cedar).
- Asthma workers hlopkoobrabatyvayuschey industry.
- Asthma workers polyurethanes, foams, inks.
- Asthma workers rubber production, plastics, epoxy resins, dyes, etc..
Disputes on how to qualify the impact of a viral infection in a human body on the occurrence or the development of asthma, being a long time, and at different levels, there are opposite viewsdoctors pulmonologists.Some say, for example, that the viral infection is not a cause of bronchial asthma, but can contribute to its development, and others, that in adults respiratory viral infection little to do with the development of asthma and the nature of the relationship between respiratory viral infection and the formation of asthma as well as the contribution of infectionsthe pathogenesis of asthma - are unknown.
Still others believe that the respiratory viral infection in the body may contribute to the development of children of chronic bronchitis or bronchiolitis followed by the formation of 50% of those with bronchial asthma, the fourth altogether deny the effect of infectious agents, at a time when the fifth recognize themleading role in the development of this disease.Many points of view.This is no accident.Solve the problem and decide on the findings of preventing two very important factors: First, the variety of infectious agents and, secondly, differences respond to patients with bronchial asthma.