Organic Dusts Exposure, Effects, and Prevention

1st Edition

Ragnar Rylander, Robert R. Jacobs

CRC Press
Published June 8, 1994
Reference - 320 Pages
ISBN 9780873716994 - CAT# L699

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Summary

Organic dusts are particles of vegetable, animal, and microbial origin and are found in a wide range of occupational and general environments. This comprehensive handbook discusses organic dusts and their effects on man. Organic Dusts describes the different environments in which organic dusts are present; it also explains the major components of dusts and which diseases they can induce after inhalation. The first book to completely cover this important environmental exposure, this valuable reference presents a systematic approach to disease pathology and offers revised terminology for diagnosis based on the latest information on cell reactions and the functioning of the immune system.

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