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Exposure to wood dust is a common industrial exposure and may cause various diseases. These include extrinsic allergic alveolitis, organic dust toxic syndrome, occupational asthma, non‐asthmatic chronic airflow obstruction, and simple chronic bronchitis. Of these conditions, the most common are simple chronic bronchitis and non‐asthmatic chronic airflow obstruction.
- Health Effects of Wood Dust
- Typical Wood Dust Exposures
- Sampling for Wood Dust
- Need Help Sampling or Controlling Wood Dust?