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OLDOld Version (file name extension)
OLDOnline Dating
OLDObstructive Lung Disease (respiratory disease)
OLDOffice of Legislative Drafting (Australia)
OLDOccupational Lung Disease
OLDOxford Latin Dictionary
OLDOptical Line Distribution
OLDOriginal Drawing
OLDOne-Line Diagram
OLDOutput Linefeed Disposition
OLDOffice of Logic Design (NASA)
OLDOrchid List Digest
OLDOptical Line Driver
OLDOperating Level Days
OLDOff-Load Device
OLDOperations Limitation Document
OLDOperational Logic Diagram
OLDOn-Line Tests and Diagnostics (US DoD)
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The effectiveness of early diagnosis of chest radiography in the detection of occupational lung diseases is decreasing due to the technical quality insufficiencies.
5] Several studies have reported an increase in occupational lung diseases in women especially occupational asthma and airway diseases.
Pneumoconiosis and Advanced Occupational Lung Disease Among Surface Coal Miners-16 States, 2010-2011.
Pneumoconioses fall under the broad category of interstitial lung disease, and are also called occupational lung diseases or environmental lung diseases.
A medical doctor specializing in pulmonary disease, Levy has been recognized as an expert in occupational lung disease since his landmark publications in 1975.
SEVENTY-NINE former Longbridge workers have won up to pounds 1 million after a seven-year battle following the world's largest outbreak of occupational lung disease.
Ex-Longbridge workers win up to pounds 1 million for the world's largest outbreak of occupational lung disease.
The HSE was called in at Powertrain after five cases of occupational lung disease were diagnosed among workers in March.
As Congress continues to debate a national solution to the asbestos litigation crisis, new personal injury claims are being filed on behalf of individuals suffering from occupational lung disease caused by exposure to silica, the III noted.
But the office spirometer would not be appropriate for diagnostic testing, surveillance of occupational lung disease, disability evaluations, or research.
Diagnosing occupational lung disease without attempting to remove the patient from the cause.
Silicosis is a preventable occupational lung disease caused by the inhalation of respirable crystalline silica dust and can progress to respiratory failure and death (1).
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