Occupational medicine occupational pulmonary disease volume 2 number 2 april june 1987 state of the art reviews linda rosenstock editor on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers. Diagnosis of occupational diseases occupational disease is under recognized 1 failing to consider the workplace factors that may contribute to a patients condition can result in the ordering of unnecessary tests inappropriate referrals and of equal or greater importance a missed opportunity to protect others who may be at risk 123. A condensed guide for the medical surveillance of occupational respiratory diseases is presented according to the national institute for occupational safety and health niosh manual of spirometry in occupational medicine the four major objectives of occupational surveillance are to identify the . Occupational therapy in patients with copd has also been explored in qualitative studies where participants describe perceptions of decreased dyspnoea more confidence in occupational performance and a more active lifestyle following occupational therapy in pulmonary rehabilitation17 19 williams v bruton a ellis hill c et al. Some occupational lung diseases have characteristic radiologic features suggesting the correct diagnosis whereas in others a combination of clinical features related occupational history radiologic findings and literature supporting an association between the exposure and the disease process is required for diagnosis
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