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Cement dust exposure and acute lung function A cross

Cement Dust Exposure And Acute Lung Function A Cross

Apr 14, 2010 Few studies have been carried out on acute effects of cement dust exposure. This study is conducted to investigate the associations between current total dust exposure and acute respiratory symptoms and respiratory function among cement factory workers. A combined cross-sectional and cross-shift study was conducted in Dire Dawa cement factory in Ethiopia. 40 exposed production

Consequences of cement dust exposure on pulmonary function

Consequences Of Cement Dust Exposure On Pulmonary Function

Dec 20, 2020 Cement factory workers showed decreased lung function and abnormal spirometric patterns which we attribute to dust inhalation. These workers should have periodic medical examinations and regular rotations through different factory departments to minimize the pulmonary hazards of cement

PDF Assessment of pulmonary function of cement industry

Pdf Assessment Of Pulmonary Function Of Cement Industry

Purpose To evaluate the basic pulmonary function parameters of cement industry workers from West Bengal. This cross-sectional study was carried out in a cement factory at Durgapur, district Burdwan on male cement industry workers and a control group of office workers.

Effect of Cement Dust Exposure on Lung Function among

Effect Of Cement Dust Exposure On Lung Function Among

The Effect of Cement Dust Exposure on Haematological and Liver Function Parameters of Cement Factory Workers in Sokoto, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 2008. 23 1-2111-4. 8. Oleru UG. Pulmonary Function and Symptoms of Nigerian Workers Exposed to Cement Dust. Environ. Res. 1984 .3337985. 9.

Pulmonary Function Testing in Cement Transport

Pulmonary Function Testing In Cement Transport

Pulmonary Function Testing in Cement Transport Workers at Incheh Borun Border, Northeast of Iran Javad KHADEMI 1, Mahdi SADEGHI 2,3, Rahmatollah AHMADPOOR 3, Jalalodin TAMADON YOLME 3, Mohammad Ali MIRZAIE 4, Nazanin IZADI 5, Zahra MEHR-BAKHSH 6 1. Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health, Golestan University of Medical Sciences, Gorgan ...

Association between exposure in the cement production

Association Between Exposure In The Cement Production

Outcomes were restricted to respiratory symptoms, lung function indices, asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pneumoconiosis, induced sputum or fraction of exhaled nitric oxide FeNO measurements. Participants The studies included exposed cement production workers and non-exposed or low-exposed referents.

Pulmonary function and symptoms of Nigerian workers

Pulmonary Function And Symptoms Of Nigerian Workers

Apr 01, 1984 ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 33, 379-385 1984 Pulmonary Function and Symptoms of Nigerian Workers Exposed to Cement Dust U. G. OLERU Department of Community Health, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, PMB 12003, Lagos, Nigeria Received May 28, 1982 The pulmonary and nonpulmonary effects of cement dust exposure in 52 randomly selected, directly exposed cement

PDF Cement pulmonary embolism after percutaneous

Pdf Cement Pulmonary Embolism After Percutaneous

Influence of intravenous injection of sclerosing agents After the diagnosis of a cement pulmonary embolism is on the respiratory function. Acta Chir Scand 1988154 confirmed, the choice of treatment depends on the 271-6.

Respiratory illnesses and ventilatory function among

Respiratory Illnesses And Ventilatory Function Among

Sep 01, 2001 The seriousness of pulmonary function impairment and respiratory disease has not been consistently associated with the degree of exposure. Regular use of appropriate personal protective equipment, if available at the worksite, could protect cement workers from

Bone Cement Implantation Syndrome Advisory

Bone Cement Implantation Syndrome Advisory

Conducting thorough, pulsatile, high pressure, high-volume lavage and brushing and drying of the intramedullary canal of the femoral shaft to remove tissue prior to cement insertion reduces disturbances in pulmonary function and prevents microembolization of marrow contents and the embolic response, thereby reducing the risk of fat embolism and ...

Prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD

Prevalence Of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Copd

Oct 16, 2018 Chronic exposure to cement dust may induce adverse health effects, including a significant decrease in lung function. The study investigated whether the prevalence of COPD and respiratory symptoms was associated with working at different tasks exposed to varying levels of cement dust. The cross-sectional study was carried out among 223 exposed and 156 less exposed workers from two cement ...

Pulmonary function and symptoms of Nigerian workers

Pulmonary Function And Symptoms Of Nigerian Workers

The pulmonary and nonpulmonary effects of cement dust exposure in 52 randomly selected, directly exposed cement workers and 24 maintenance workers were investigated. Compared with the nonindustrially exposed population, both subgroups had significantly P less than 0.001 lower lung function.

Pulmonary Artery Cement Embolism after a Vertebroplasty

Pulmonary Artery Cement Embolism After A Vertebroplasty

Jun 28, 2015 CT pulmonary angiogram demonstrated an unchanged cement embolus within the pulmonary trunk extending to both main pulmonary arteries. Echocardiography revealed an ejection fraction of 60 and a pulmonary artery systolic pressure of 35 mmHg, which is considered normal. Pulmonary function testing was normal.

Exposure to thoracic dust airway symptoms and lung

Exposure To Thoracic Dust Airway Symptoms And Lung

Cement dust exposure has previously been associated with airway symptoms and ventilatory impairment. The aim of the present study was to examine lung function and airway symptoms among employees in different jobs and at different levels of exposure to thoracic dust in the cement production industry. At the start of a 4-yr prospective cohort study in 2007, exposure to cement dust, symptoms

Pulmonary Function in Cement Industry Workers in the

Pulmonary Function In Cement Industry Workers In The

Key words Cement industry, Iran, pulmonary function, workers, West INTRODUCTION Cement as the key element in the concrete constructions is a dark green and soft powder whose particles are about 0.05-5 micron in. size ACGIH., 2007. It is produced by heating limestone containing calcium silicate hydrate, aluminum, magnesium, iron oxides,

Pulmonary Function in Cement Industry Workers in the

Pulmonary Function In Cement Industry Workers In The

Abstract One of the most hazards in cement industry is the impacts of cement dust on respiratory system of the workers. The present study aimed at investigating pulmonary function of the workers in one of the cement factories in the west of Iran. The current study followed a descriptive-cross sectional procedure in which 80 workers from one of the cement factories in the west part of Iran ...

Pulmonary Function in Asbestos Cement Workers A

Pulmonary Function In Asbestos Cement Workers A

Pulmonary function in asbestos cement workers a dose-response study 407 Table 1 Study population No of men Latency analysis Latency interval 20-24 years 115 25-29 years 103 30-34 years 46 Master cohort 138 Latency interval 15-19 years 7 20-24 years 41 25-29 years 60 30-34 years 30 Mean age 58 Range 33-78 Standard deviation 8-5

Cement Exposure amp Pulmonary Illnesses Kansas City Work

Cement Exposure Amp Pulmonary Illnesses Kansas City Work

Aug 04, 2021 The study concluded that the overall decline in lung function in cement production workers could be linked to persistent airway inflammation and other pulmonary issues. Also, apart from cement dust, other workplace allergens such as dust, fumes, and gases, and vapors can aggravate pre-existing medical conditions such as Chronic Obstructive ...

Effect of Exposure to Cement Dust on Pulmonary Function

Effect Of Exposure To Cement Dust On Pulmonary Function

This study was conducted to investigate the level of PM air pollution in cement plants, and their impacts on respiratory system health and pulmonary function for cement plants workers.

Lung function reduction and chronic respiratory symptoms

Lung Function Reduction And Chronic Respiratory Symptoms

Nov 08, 2011 Background There are only a few follow-up studies of respiratory function among cement workers. The main aims of this study were to measure total dust exposure, to examine chronic respiratory symptoms and changes in lung function among cement factory workers and controls that were followed for one year. Methods The study was conducted in two cement factories in Ethiopia.

Pulmonary Function Tests Johns Hopkins Medicine

Pulmonary Function Tests Johns Hopkins Medicine

Pulmonary function tests PFTs are noninvasive tests that show how well the lungs are working. The tests measure lung volume, capacity, rates of flow, and gas exchange. This information can help your healthcare provider diagnose and decide the treatment of certain lung disorders. There are 2 types of disorders that cause problems with air ...

Pulmonary function in asbestos cement workers a dose

Pulmonary Function In Asbestos Cement Workers A Dose

This study has found that residence time weighted exposure asbestos dose may be used to model the risk and extent of pulmonary function abnormalities in a cohort of asbestos cement workers. This parameter, which incorporates both exposure concentration and latency, had previously proved useful for modelling the risk of radiographic ...

Pulmonary haemodynamics and right ventricular function in

Pulmonary Haemodynamics And Right Ventricular Function In

Sep 10, 2018 BACKGROUND Bone cement implantation syndrome BCIS is a feared complication in orthopaedic surgery with a huge impact on post-operative morbidity. In this randomized trial, we evaluated the effects of bone cement on pulmonary and systemic haemodynamics in patients receiving either cemented or uncemented hip arthroplasty for isolated femoral ...

Pulmonary Cement Embolism following Percutaneous

Pulmonary Cement Embolism Following Percutaneous

Dec 14, 2014 Percutaneous vertebroplasty is a minimal invasive procedure that is applied for the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral fractures. During vertebroplasty, the leakage of bone cement outside the vertebral body leads to pulmonary cement embolism, which is a serious complication of this procedure. Here we report a 48-year-old man who was admitted to our hospital with dyspnea after

Respiratory symptoms and ventilatory function in workers

Respiratory Symptoms And Ventilatory Function In Workers

A total of 119 workers from the largest cement plant in Norway and 50 workers from a nearby control plant, born 1918 to 1938, performed spirometry and gave information on respiratory symptoms in 1998 and 1999. The prevalence of symptoms and mean pulmonary function indices were similar for exposed workers and controls.

Lung Function and Inflammatory Markers in Cement Dust

Lung Function And Inflammatory Markers In Cement Dust

Aug 04, 2008 Cement dust is suspected to be one of the main factors causing increased mortality among workers not only in the cement production industry, but also in the construction industry worldwide. Our aim is to examine possible changes in lung function, nitric oxide levels and systemic inflammatory markers in cement dust exposed workers, during one ...

EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO PORTLAND CEMENT DUST

Effects Of Exposure To Portland Cement Dust

Exposure to cement dust is likely to vary in the EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO PORTLAND CEMENT DUST ON LUNG FUNCTION IN PORTLAND CEMENT FACTORY WORKERS IN KHASH, IRAN 1R. Mirzaee, 2A. Kebriaei, 3S. R. Hashemi, 1M. Sadeghi, 4M. Shahrakipour 1Department of Occupational Hygiene, School of Health, Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, Zahedan, Iran

Thoracic dust exposure is associated with lung function

Thoracic Dust Exposure Is Associated With Lung Function

We hypothesised that exposure to workplace aerosols may lead to lung function impairment among cement production workers. Our study included 4966 workers in 24 cement production plants. Based on 6111 thoracic aerosol samples and information from questionnaires we estimated arithmetic mean exposure levels by plant and job type. Dynamic lung volumes were assessed by repeated spirometry

19261101 App I Medical Surveillance Guidelines for

19261101 App I Medical Surveillance Guidelines For

iii A physical examination including a chest X-ray and pulmonary function test that includes measurement of the employees forced vital capacity FVC and forced expiratory volume at one second FEV 1. iv Any laboratory or other test that the examining physician deems by

Effect of Bone Cement Implantation on Haemodynamics in

Effect Of Bone Cement Implantation On Haemodynamics In

Aug 19, 2015 This study was to investigate the influence of bone cement implantation on haemodynamics and the preventive effect of epinephrine hydrochloride on pulmonary embolism in elderly patients with cemented semihip replacement. 128 patients were retrospectively analyzed. The patients were treated with group A, 64 cases or without group B, 64 cases epinephrine

Pulmonary cement embolism Eurorad

Pulmonary Cement Embolism Eurorad

Oct 08, 2016 Pulmonary cement embolism is caused by a leakage of cement through the vertebral venous plexus, which migrates through the inferior cava vein, the azygos system and finally reaches the pulmonary circulation pulmonary arteries. This entity is frequently asymptomatic, but it can present with similar symptoms to those produced by a thrombotic ...

Case Report Pulmonary Cement Embolism following

Case Report Pulmonary Cement Embolism Following

During vertebroplasty, the leakage of bone cement outside the vertebral body leads to pulmonary cement embolism, which is a serious complication of this procedure. Here we report a -y ear-old man who was admitted to our hospital with dyspnea a er percutaneous vertebroplasty and diagnosed as pulmonary cement embolism. 1. Introduction

Effect of Exposure to Cement Dust on Pulmonary Function

Effect Of Exposure To Cement Dust On Pulmonary Function

May 05, 2015 A cement plant can be a significant source of air pollutants, and cement dust can affect respiratory symptoms and lung function. Previous studies indicate reduced lung function 4. Particulate matter PM has been found to be a major threat to human health.

Cement dust exposure and acute lung function A cross

Cement Dust Exposure And Acute Lung Function A Cross

Apr 14, 2010 PEF monitoring has been found to be reliable and inexpensive tools in assessing acute lung function in the cement industry with less cost than ordinary spirometer . Checklist A walk-through survey was conducted twice daily to check the flow rate of the dust sampler pumps and to observe whether exposed workers in the crusher and packing sections used a respiratory mask or not.

Respiratory illnesses and ventilatory function among

Respiratory Illnesses And Ventilatory Function Among

Chronic exposure to Portland cement dust has been reported to lead to a greater prevalence of chronic respiratory symptoms and a reduction of ventilatory capacity. The seriousness of pulmonary function impairment and respiratory disease has not been consistently associated with the degree of exposure. Regular use of appropriate personal protective equipment, if available at the worksite, could protect cement