1963
DOI: 10.1016/0021-8707(63)90056-x
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Respiratory allergy due to chemical compounds encountered in the rubber, lacquer, shellac, and beauty culture industries

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“…Many of the cases were proven by specific challenge tests. Several nonantibiotic drugs can also cause occupational asthma, such as tylosin tartrate [123], alpha-methyldopa [124], amprolium hydrochloride [125], and morphine [126].…”
Section: Pharmaceutical Productsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Many of the cases were proven by specific challenge tests. Several nonantibiotic drugs can also cause occupational asthma, such as tylosin tartrate [123], alpha-methyldopa [124], amprolium hydrochloride [125], and morphine [126].…”
Section: Pharmaceutical Productsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hairdressers are exposed to a variety of irritative and allergenic substances,2 which can cause airway symptoms and diseases related to work.3 4Hair lacquers and permanent wave solutions can irritate airways and worsen the symptoms of people with reactive airways or asthma.5'-Several case reports have been published on occupational asthma caused by persulphate salts in hair bleaches. '2 16 Henna can also cause asthma.1'17 Polyvinylpyrrolidone in hair lacquers has been suspected of causing alveolitis"' '9 and lung granulomatosis (thesaurosis),20 21 but the results have been controversial and upon closer scrutiny the association is weak or lacking.22 23 Our aim was to study the self reported prevalence of respiratory symptoms and diseases, and to estimate their risk among hairdressers compared with saleswomen.…”
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“…Dernehl et al (14) provided the first description of OA due to ethylenediamine in persons working in the epoxy resin industry. Using a SIC, Gelfand et al (15) implicated this agent in the occurrence of OA in persons employed in manufacture of shellac. The mechanism by which ethylenediamine causes asthma is not well-defined (12).…”
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confidence: 99%