Occupational and environmental lung disease

Occupational and environmental lung diseases are difficult to distinguish from those of non-environmental origin. Virtually all major pulmonary disease can be caused by environmental agents, and environmentally related disease usually presents clinically in a manner indistinguishable from that of disease not caused by such agents. In addition, the   etiology of many diseases may be multifactorial, occupational and environmental factors may interact with other factors.

The lungs and skin   are the organs of first contact for most environmental exposures. This aid to learning also includes an introduction to wider harmful consequences as exemplified by the effects on cellular respiration. It will avoid   infection and consequences of radioactivity. It complements other modes of learning in the module.

  • Causes of environmental lung disease
  • Symptoms of environmental lung disease
  • Symptoms of environmental lung disease
  • Risk of environmental lung disease
  • Diagnosis of environmental lung disease
  • Treatment of environmental lung disease
  • Relevant Fundamentals of Lung Structure and Function
  • Health Effects of Dusts, Gases and Vapours
  • Diseases Mainly of the Respiratory Units

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November 07-08, 2018

Global Congress on Asthma, Allergy and Immunology

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