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Lesson 6 Examination:

Classification and Division

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Title: Occupational Lung Diseases

Introduction Background: Occupational lung diseases are collection of diseases that come as

a result of continuous and extensive exposure to toxic material

Thesis statement: There are many causes that trigger lung diseases but most of

the cases reported are as a result of the working environment and conditions of

an individual.

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Examples of

Lung diseases

Two

categories

Examples of

Occupational

Lung Diseases

Causes of

Occupational

Lung diseases

Lung disease refers to many disorders affecting the lungs

According to Medicineplus the diseases include: chronic

obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema, asthma, cystic

fibrosis, infections such as influenza, pneumonia, bronchitis,

tuberculosis, lung cancer among other myriad diseases.

Specific-caused from environments dealing with coal,

asbestos such as pneumoconiosis (black lung), farmer’s lung

and berylliosis (brown lung).

Non Specific- diseases that arise and aggravate as a result of

the conditions in the workplace such as asthma (Kraft 83).

Mesothelioma, silicosis, occupational asthma, sick building

syndrome, asbestosis, Asthma, Lung cancer, COPD (chronic

obstructive pulmonary disease) although caused mainly by

smoking but can also be caused by the work environment

(Kraft 83).

Work environment

 environments dealing with coal, asbestos such as

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Symptoms

pneumoconiosis

 metals or dusts,

 irritants and infections

Other occupations are more prone to occupational lung cancer

than others.

 Construction and industrial work expose workers to

asbestos.

 Farming exposes workers to harmful chemicals and

dusts,

 Miners have a higher risk of exposure to minerals and

coal.

 Firefighters get exposed to more harmful substances

such as gases, dust, fumes, combustion particles, and

toxic particles.

Occupational lung diseases can easily lead to lung cancer

from exposure to silica, asbestos, and arsenic.(Kraft 83)

Lung illnesses get worse in the work environment and it is

especially harmful to workers.

Wheezing, and coughing

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Conclusion

Prevention

Breathing problems and other symptoms.

Severe symptoms include chest pains while coughing and

coughing up blood.

Occupational lung diseases can easily be prevented by:

 Avoiding any exposure to harmful particles.

 Ventilation to let out harmful fumes to avoid

congestion.

 Using face masks or respiratory masks in risky areas

Diagnosis is important in order to treat the disease( Kraft 83)

Occupational lung diseases are mainly caused by continuous

and extensive exposure to toxic material in unfavorable

environment.

Occupational lung diseases can be treated through medication

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References

Kraft, M. Approach to the Patient with Respiratory Diseases.24 th

ed. Philadelphia PA: Saunders

Elsevier, 2011: 83, Print.

MedicinePlus. Lung diseases. <http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/lungdiseases.html> Web.

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