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Investigation of the microbial community of cotton mills in relation to the disease byssinosis.

Andrew Dall Muirhead

Investigation of the microbial community of cotton mills in relation to the disease byssinosis.

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Investigation of the microbial community of cotton mills in relation to the disease byssinosis. by Andrew Dall Muirhead Download PDF EPUB FB2

The authors do not consider that an allergic mechanism can be postulated on the basis of the hypotheses proposed to explain the pathogenesis of byssinosis. They have accordingly studied subjects suffering from byssinosis acquired in hemp, flax and jute factories as well as in cotton mills, and they have compared sensitization to textile dust found in relation to byssinosis with that occurring Cited by:   This disease was first described in the cotton mills, but the individual disease entities are also found in other organic dust environments.

An overview of the disease follows. Byssinosis. The disease. Byssinosis was first described in the s, and a classic report involving clinical as well as experimental work was given by Prausnitz (). This is the report of a field survey among cardroom workers in 4 mills in the Gothenburg area of Sweden.

The methods employed in the investigation are described in detail. Information on exposure symptoms, and smoking habits were obtained by an interview. The variations in lung function were measured by an FEV test carried out before and after work on Mondays and by: Endotoxin is a constituent of the cell wall of Gram-negative bacteria and are ubiquitous in the environment, but very high exposure (e.g.

Endotoxin units (EU)/m 3) has mainly been. Industrial hygiene, occupational safety and respiratory symptoms in the Pakistani cotton industry Byssinosis in the British cotton textile industry. A study conducted in cotton mills in. byssinosis. reactive airway disease associated with exposure to cotton dust.

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These include swine, poultry, dairy, and beef cattle facilities, and Staphylococcus, Pseudomonas, Bacillus, Listeria, Enterococcus, Nocardia, and Lactobacillus spp. are commonly present. Bacteria, endotoxin, and organic dust are the major airborne contaminants in swine CAFOs, and Cited by: Chronic beryllium disease is a pulmonary and systemic granulomatous disease caused by inhalation of beryllium.

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Occupational lung disease alone consists of a number of subtypes, including industrial bronchitis, occupational asthma (in which a very small amount of offending agent can cause bronchospasm after airways sensitization, e.g., in animal handlers and crab processors), byssinosis (Monday morning fever), and grain dust-induced by: Kodi Archive and Support File Community Software Vintage Software APK MS-DOS CD-ROM Software CD-ROM Software Library.

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