Silicosis: Medical Aspects Lawrence Martin, M.D., FACP, FCCP Associate Professor of Medicine Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Cleveland
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Silicosis - A Primer for Workplace Prevention The History of Silicosis Reports of workers dying of silicosis - a disabling, non-reversible and sometimes fatal lung ...
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What Is Silicosis? Silicosis is a disabling, nonreversible and sometimes fatal lung disease caused by overexposure to respirable crystalline silica.
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Silicosis - history The prevalence of silicosis led some men to grow what is called a miner's mustache, in an attempt to intercept as much dust as possible.
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Title: Silica and Silicosis Author: Christina Davis Last modified by: Christina Davis Created Date: 10/30/2012 11:45:14 PM Document presentation format
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Silicosis Prevention: Tool Box Session Georgia Tech Safety and Health Consultation Program * What is Silica? Composes 15% of Earth’s Crust Examples: Sand, Granite ...
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Why Target Crystalline Silica Exposure? Widespread Occurrence and use ... 13,744 people Deaths where silicosis is reported as underlying cause of death: ...
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No Slide Title Author: Kristi Dearing Last modified by: OSHA_User Created Date: 6/18/1997 7:16:02 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Other titles:
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Silica – it’s more than just dust! The health hazards of silica (quartz) in construction work Division of Occupational Safety & Health (DOSH)
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Title: SILICOSIS UPDATE:INDIA Author: owner Last modified by: PC04 Created Date: 8/14/2007 5:35:08 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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High-Resolution Chest CT: Practical Clinical Applications Paul L. Molina, M.D. Department of Radiology University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Pneumoconiosis Dr. Rasha Salama PhD Community Medicine Suez Canal University Egypt Definition Pneumoconiosis is a generic name covering the group of lung disorders ...
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... about it? If silica dust is inhaled into the lungs it can stay there for many years Silica dust in the lungs can cause silicosis ...
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Revision de expedientes Diagnostico de Silicosis puede incluir: pneumoconiosis, fibrosis, enfermedad respiratoria, enfermedad respiratoria no- maligna, ...
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Prevención de la Silicosis Programa Consultivo sobre Salud y Seguridad de GA Tech * Control a través del sistema de escape (ventilación): emparejando los uniónes ...
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Silicosis. Lungs cannot expand fully. Respirable silica (quartz) Exposure comes when rock within or adjacent to the coal seams is cut, crushed, and transported.
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Why do Spirometry? Farah Madhani-Lovely, MD Pulmonologist/Intensivist Oct 24th 2007 Objectives Aware of current guidelines in use of spirometry Understand the use of ...
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Abubakr A Bajwa MD FCCP. To define difficult to control asthma and refractory asthma. ... Silicosis. etc. DIP. GIP. HX,EG,PLCH. Diagnoses of ILD “CFA”/IPF/UIP ...
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... documentation, water and soil analysis, asset tag evidence, forensic data from hard drives Documented health problems Silicosis, dioxins, mercury, ...
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Chronic Irreversible disease such as byssinosis, silicosis. Some types of Cancer . Blood borne pathogen percutaneous exposure. Removal due to . Medical . Surveillance ...
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... their death certificate had undetected silicosis on autopsy A Michigan study estimated about 3,600- 7,300 new cases of silicosis each year in the US We have ...
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Presentation by Renier ... Current international drive to eliminate silicosis in mine workers and those exposed to silica At least 50 papers dating from 1969 ...
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The interstitial space is defined as continuum of loose connective tissue ... Mycobacterial or fungal disease Silicosis Sarcoidosis Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis ...
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... coal dust is known as “pneumoconiosis” and is irreversible till person is shifted from job Silica dust can cause “silicosis” Both are reportable as ...
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medical surveillance joseph j. schwerha md mph professor of occupational and environmental medicine director of the occupational and environmental
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Silicosis risk. Using gas heaters/generators in enclosed spaces without adequate ventilation. Plant drive walking in front of an excavator while the plant was moving.
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Leadership Strategiesfor Building and Sustaining a Culture of Safety. Mark W. Lipe. Education and Training Specialist. U.S. Department of Labor. Mine Safety & Health ...
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... increase the risk of lung cancer Inflammation and scar tissue are sometimes produced in the lung by diseases such as silicosis and berylliosis, ...
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Title: Chapter 1 Introduction Author: Patricia Shivers Last modified by: Kathleen A. Patneau Created Date: 11/17/1998 2:28:55 PM Document presentation format
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B- Silicosis. Commonest occupational lung disease. Inhalation of Si 02 , crystalline (Quartz) & amorphous. Quartz is most commonly implicated in silicosis.
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The plight of Ex-miners. Poverty. Occupational diseases such as Tuberculosis, HIV&AIDS, Silicosis, Asbestosis, Deafness and Blindness. Unclaimed benefits from the ...
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A claim for silicosis or asbestosis must be filed within one year after disablement and the disablement must occur within three years from the last injurious exposure.
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Silicosis. Malignancy . Heavy metal poisoning. Asphyxiation & explosions in confined spaces; Narcosis. Associated Exposure. VOCs. VOCs, Ozone, Particulate Matter ...
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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND …..a brief overview of the history of develop-ment of the profession of occupational health into what is now called “industrial hygiene”.
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Las causas subyacentes pueden ser: silicosis aguda y otros síndromes constitucionales, desórdenes de inmunodeficiencia, malignidades y intolerancia a proteínas.
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... (SARS) fatality rate is 3% infectious respiratory disease spread by close contact silicosis form of pneumoconiosis caused by silica sudden infant death syndrome ...
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Silicosis. Diel R et al. EurRespir J 2011. NPV of the TST and. IGRAs for the development of tuberculosis. Test: NPV; TST. 99.7. QFT-G-IT. 99.8. T-Spot.TB. 97.8. Diel ...
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... Pneumoconiosis (including silicosis) Asthma: Occupational and Work Aggravated Reduced lung function How can it harm me? Silica How can it harm me?
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Recognizing and preventing Occupational asthma and lung diseases Moira Chan-Yeung, University of British Columbia Diseases associated with occupational exposure ...
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... VIGILANCIA MÉDICA DEG ≤ 2.0 GES ACEPTABLE Guía de atención integral basada en la evidencia para Neumoconiosis (silicosis, antracosis, asbestosis).
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... South America and southern Africa. These locations are notoriously associated with high rates of silicosis and asbestosis, and attendant lung disease.
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... Respiratory System CHRONIC BRONCHITIS Diseases of the Respiratory System EMPHYSEMA Diseases of the Respiratory System SILICOSIS Diseases of the Respiratory ...
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Restrictive/Interstitial Lung Disease ... Tattoo Reaction Sarcoidosis Sarcoidosis Sarcoidosis Silicosis Silicosis Coal Worker’s Pneumoconiosis Coal Worker’s ...
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Black Lung Collection of diseases Pneumoconiosis Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Emphysema Pneumoconiosis Fibrotic diseases of the lungs ... Silicosis, from ...
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Silicosis. Pesticides. Air pollution. Hazardous waste. Special studies . Other programs also existwithin the discipline of environmental epidemiology.
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Respiratory illnesses (silicosis, asbestosis); Hearing impairment; Central nervous system impairment; ... PowerPoint Presentation Last modified by:
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... Toxic Agents 2 Particulates Black lung Silicosis Byssinosis Emphysema Asthma Inhalation – Toxic Agents 3 Systemic poisons Bone marrow, ...
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Silicosis. Vasculitidies. Note the pattern on biopsy of an idiopathic Interstitial pneumonitis gives the specific diagnosis – the commonest is usual interstitial ...
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