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@article{Ryan:1985:10.1378/chest.87.5_supplement.215s,
author = {Ryan, G and Cookson, WO and Musk, AW},
doi = {10.1378/chest.87.5_supplement.215s},
journal = {Chest},
title = {Allergy and nonallergic bronchial reactivity as determinants of work-related respiratory symptoms in seasonal grain handlers},
url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1378/chest.87.5_supplement.215s},
volume = {87},
year = {1985}
}

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TY  - JOUR
AB - The authors studied a group of subjects with little or no previous grain dust exposure before and after a short period of grain handling work. The results suggest that preemployment atopy and increased bronchial reactivity are associated with an increased frequency of respiratory symptoms on exposure to grain dust. Second, preemployment history, allergy skin test response, and level of bronchial reactivity may be useful predictors of work-related symptoms. This supports the possibility that symptoms, particularly wheeze and dyspnea, that begin soon after starting work may respresent allergen-induced asthma. The weaker association with cough suggests that it may reflect a different mechanism.
AU - Ryan,G
AU - Cookson,WO
AU - Musk,AW
DO - 10.1378/chest.87.5_supplement.215s
PY - 1985///
SN - 0012-3692
TI - Allergy and nonallergic bronchial reactivity as determinants of work-related respiratory symptoms in seasonal grain handlers
T2 - Chest
UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.1378/chest.87.5_supplement.215s
VL - 87
ER -