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This reference documents both environmental and occupational causes of lung disease from the viewpoint of the individual experiencing respiratory symptoms. Chapters are arranged by job or exposure(s) rather than by specific causative agents and are written by an expert in the field. Each chapter is divided into five sections: personal environment, home environment, other indoor environments, work environment, and general environment.
Protocols for screening, testing, and identification of environmental triggers are reviewed, and cross-referenced appendices are provided to allow readers to formulate appropriate investigations and diagnostic procedures.
“This book would be a practical and useful resource for graduate level study and as a reference for practitioners interested in the prevention of occupational and environmental lung diseases.” — Clifford M. Pollard, CIH, CSP
This is a Clearance publication – Original price is $245.00
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