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Measurements of respiratory illness among construction painters
Occupational and Environmental Medicine
The prevalence of different measurements of respiratory illness among construction painters was examined and the relation between respiratory illness and employment as a painter assessed in a cross sectional study of current male members of two local affiliates of a large international union of painters. Respiratory illness was measured by questionnaire and spirometry. Longer employment as a painter was associated with increased prevalence of chronic obstructive disease and an interactivedoi:10.1136/oem.45.8.523 fatcat:3ncw5crc3ngvhb7ursvnru3zpq