2 edition of Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers. found in the catalog.
Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers.
Medical Research Council (Great Britain)
|Series||Special Report Series -- 250|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
Pneumoconiosis is the general term for a class of interstitial lung diseases where inhalation of dust has caused interstitial coniosis often causes restrictive impairment,  although diagnosable pneumoconiosis can occur without measurable impairment of lung function. Depending on extent and severity, it may cause death within months or years, or it may never produce symptoms. China has high and increasing annual rates of occupational lung diseases such as pneumoconiosis and silicosis. In contrast, Australia and the United States of America (USA) have greatly lowered their annual rates of lung diseases since the s. This paper systematically compared and analysed the multi-elements of coal dust management and health management in these three countries to provide Cited by: 4.
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Full text of "On diseases of the lungs and pleuræ, including tuberculosis & mediastinal growths" See other formats. NA, FD1, Medical Research Council: Pulmonary Disease Among Coal Miners: Statement of the Problem NA, FD1 /, E.L. Middleton to Secretary of SWMF, July 3, NA, FD1 /, Investigation into Chronic Pulmonary Disease in the South Wales Coal-Field and FD1 /, Harris to Middleton, September 4,
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Medical Studies. This is the third report on a series of studies, directed by the Committee on Industrial Pulmonary Disease of the Medical Research Council, into the problems of chronic pulmonary disease in the coalminers of South Wales.
The first Report (Special Report Series M.R.C. ) dealt with the results of a medical survey and pathological examinations [this Bulletin,v. 17, ]; the second Cited by: 4. Chronic Pulmonary Disease in South Wales Coalminers. Medical Studies.
At the same-time a pathological study was being made of tissues from 42 autopsies on cases of pneumoconiosis among South Wales coalminers. Thorough as is this combined scheme of research, it has yet to be supplemented by a report on environmental conditions, made by Cited by: 4.
Book review Full text access Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers: I.—Medical Studies. A.—Report by the Committee on Industrial Pulmonary Disease.
B.—Medical Survey, by P. D’Arcy Hart and E. Aslett, with contributions by D. Hicks and R. Yates. C.—Pathological Report by T.
Belt, with assistance from A. Ferris. REVIEWS CHRONIC PULMONARY DISEASE IN SOUTH WALES COALMINERS. III.-EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES Medical Research Council, Special Report Series, No. (H.M. Stationery Office, London. 5s.) Nos. () and() of the Special Report. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link).
Author(s): Medical Research Council (Great Britain); Medical Research Council (Great Britain). Committee on Industrial Pulmonary Disease. Title(s): Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, H. MAY, REVIEWS8 REVIEWS MASSAGE, MANIPULATION AND LOCAL ANAESTHESIA By JAMES CYRIAX.
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Past exposure to dust • In British coal mines in the s dust levels could be very high Bedford and Warner () Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers – II Environmental studies.
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Breathing race into the machine: the surprising career of the spirometer from plantation to genetics. Minneapolis. The disease is not unique to South Wales coal-miners. Autopsy studies from two populations of United States miners suggest a similar prevalence.
Pathological features are the same in both groups. INTRODUCTION INTERSTITIAL PULMONARY FIBROSIS (I.P.F.) occurs in Cited by: As part of a large cross sectional epidemiological study of respiratory disease in coalminers, the respiratory health of miners in one colliery in south Wales has been compared with the health of.
In one of those articles, focused on the coal industry in south Wales where the problem was particularly acute, Morgan lamented the terrible toll taken by the industry on the health of too many of its workers and the effects of this pulmonary disease on men’s bodies.
Referring to south Wales, she wrote ‘This is the country of premature old by: 2. chronic pulmonary disease in south Wales coal miners. -The first report in identified a "new" dust disease which the British investigators called coal workers' pneumoconiosis.
-The following year this "new" disease became compensable. -Countless reports on coal workers' pneumoconiosis were made in British medical Size: 2MB. Occupational dermatitis is a major cause of disability in miners. The work conditions, the mine’s geographical location, depth, temperature, humidity and ventilation, and the physical and chemical properties of the extracted mineral can all have a role in its aetiology (Williamson, ).Hart PD’A, Aslett EA: Chronic Pulmonary Disease in South Wales coalminers Part 1, Section B, Medical Research Council Special Reports Series No London, His Cited by: 2.Hart PD’A, Aslett EA () Chronic pulmonary disease in South Wales coalminers, Part 1, Section B, Medical Research Council Special Reports Series No Cited by: 2.