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Occupational asthma -- Anhydride exposure

Occupational asthma -- Anhydride exposure: Introduction

Occupational asthma -- Anhydride exposure: A respiratory condition caused by exposure to Anhydride in a workplace environment. The severity of symptoms varies between people. Some patients may suffer no symptoms until several exposures or a prolonged period of exposures occurs. Obviously the best way to treat symptoms is to avoid further exposures. People with underlying lung conditions or who smoke face a greater risk of developing occupational asthma. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Occupational asthma -- Anhydride exposure is available below.

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