Prevention of Work-related Asthma: Study Search Results

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Study IDPrevention LevelAuthorStudy YearMolecular Weight of AgentSpecific AgentAgent CategoryOutcome/DiagnosisDetails
15PrimaryAllmers2002HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
50SecondaryAllmers1998HMWLatexPlantsNatural rubber latex allergyDetails
52SecondaryBernstein2003HMWLatexPlantsNatural rubber latex allergyDetails
48SecondaryBrugnami1995HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthma Details
134PrimaryFishwick D2011HMWFlour dustPlantsRespiratory symptoms and sensitizationDetails
122PrimaryHeilman DK1996HMWLatexPlantsLatex aeroallergen levelsDetails
123PrimaryJones KP2004HMWLatexPlantsSensitization to Natural Rubber Latex(NRL)Details
124PrimaryLee A2001HMWLatexPlantsLatex glove useDetails
125PrimaryLevy DA1999HMWLatexPlantsSensitization to LatexDetails
14PrimaryLiss2001HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
133PrimaryMeijster T2011HMWFlour dustPlantsOccupational asthma and rhinitisDetails
47SecondaryMuller-Wening1998HMWGrain dustPlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
53SecondaryObase2000HMWWheat, buckwheatPlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
104BothRenstrom2006HMWWheatPlantsReduction of inhalation of wheat allergenDetails
16PrimarySaary2002HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
43SecondarySmith1999HMWGrain dust, Fungal amylaseBaking allergens, PlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
127PrimarySussman GL1998HMWLatexPlantsSensitization to latex and presence of symptomsDetails
40SecondaryTaivainen1998HMWCow dander, grainsAnimal-derived antigens, PlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
126PrimaryTarlo SM2001HMWLatexPlantsOccupational AsthmaDetails
49SecondaryVandenplas1995HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
51SecondaryVandenplas2002HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthmaDetails
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