The following scheme shows the diagnostic procedure for work-related asthma.
- Maestrelli, P (Maestrelli, Schlunssen et al. 2012)
- Vandenplas, O (Vandenplas, Dressel et al. 2012)
- Wilken, D (Wilken, Baur et al. 2012)
- Heederik, D (Heederik, Henneberger et al. 2012)
- Baur, X (Baur, Aasen et al. 2012a)
- Diagnostics of occupational asthma
- Aasen, Baur et al. in press
- Baur, X., T. B. Aasen, et al. (2012a). "The management of work-related asthma guidelines: a broader perspective." Eur Respir Rev 21(124): 125-139.
- Heederik, D., P. K. Henneberger, et al. (2012). "Primary prevention: exposure reduction, skin exposure and respiratory protection." Eur Respir Rev 21(124): 112-124.
- Maestrelli, P., V. Schlunssen, et al. (2012). "Contribution of host factors and workplace exposure to the outcome of occupational asthma." Eur Respir Rev 21(124): 88-96.
- Vandenplas, O., H. Dressel, et al. (2012). "What is the optimal management option for occupational asthma?" Eur Respir Rev 21(124): 97-104.
- Wilken, D., X. Baur, et al. (2012). "What are the benefits of medical screening and surveillance?" Eur Respir Rev 21(124): 105-111.
Causes of occupational asthma
- Evidence Table on Asthma-inducing allergens (Authors: X. Baur; P. Bakehe; in press)
- Evidence table of reporting OA or occupational COPD due to irritants (Authors: X. Baur, P. Bakehe, H. Vellguth, JOMT)
- Occupational agents with respiratory effects according to ACGIH and/or classified with the H334 (R42) phrase and/or H335 (R37) phrase plus EU regulations (Author: X. Baur)