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Occupational inhalant exposures and longitudinal lung function decline
PDPI Surakarta, 05 Jun 2021 08:20:52

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Lung function peaks in the twenties, and naturally declines with increasing age hereafter [1]. Tobacco smoking is the most important risk factor for accelerated lung function decline, which may lead to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) [2]. In addition to smoking, occupational airborne exposures have been associated with lung function decline and COPD [3, 4]. The population attributable fraction of COPD due to occupational exposure has been estimated to be 15–20% [5]. Prior studies have mostly focused on high risk occupations such as coal mining [6, 7], welding [8, 9] and wood processing [10, 11].

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