Occupational and environmental lung diseases are caused by the inhalation of chemical irritants allergens or toxins in work or home environments most diseases are caused by repeated long term exposure but even a one time or indirect contact with a hazardous agent can result in lung diseases with lasting effects. Occupational and environmental lung disease the lungs and skin including nose and eyes are the organs of first contact for most environmental exposures excluding ingestion this aid to learning also includes an introduction to wider harmful consequences as exemplified by the effects on cellular respiration. Occupational lung diseases are the primary cause of occupation associated illness in the us based on frequency severity and preventability of the illnesses most occupational lung diseases are caused by repeated long term exposure but even a severe single exposure to a hazardous agent can damage the lungs. The first day of the curriculum will focus on occupational and environmental respiratory disease a poster session the evening before will supplement the respiratory disease course content the second day and final half day of the course will cover a multi topic theme updates in occupational and environmental health. Occupational lung diseases chapter 13 132 with greater than 25 years exposure 1 the pneumoconioses primarily affect those exposed at work but environmental exposure can make others sick as well
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