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Meijer E., Suarthana E., Rooijackers J., Grobbee D.E., Jacobs J.H., Meijster T., De Monchy J.G.R., Van Otterloo E., Van Rooy F.G.B.G.J., Spithoven J.J.G., Zaat V.A.C., Heederik D.J.J.
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Application of a prediction model for work-related sensitisation in bakery workers
2010
European Respiratory Journal
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Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands; Netherlands Expertise Centre for Occupational Respiratory Disorders, Division Heart and Lungs, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands; Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands; Dept of Allergology, University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands; Community Medicine Dept, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Meijer, E., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands; Suarthana, E., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands, Community Medicine Dept, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia; Rooijackers, J., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands, Netherlands Expertise Centre for Occupational Respiratory Disorders, Division Heart and Lungs, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands; Grobbee, D.E., Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands; Jacobs, J.H., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands; Meijster, T., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands; De Monchy, J.G.R., Dept of Allergology, University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands; Van Otterloo, E., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands; Van Rooy, F.G.B.G.J., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands, Netherlands Expertise Centre for Occupational Respiratory Disorders, Division Heart and Lungs, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands; Spithoven, J.J.G., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands; Zaat, V.A.C., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands; Heederik, D.J.J., Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, Division Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht University, Jenalaan 18d, 3584 CK Utrecht, Netherlands, Dept of Allergology, University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands
Identification of work-related allergy, particularly work-related asthma, in a (nationwide) medical surveillance programme among bakery workers requires an effective and efficient strategy. Bakers at high risk of having work-related allergy were indentified by use of a questionnaire-based prediction model for work-related sensitisation. The questionnaire was applied among 5,325 participating bakers. Sequential diagnostic investigations were performed only in those with an elevated risk. Performance of the model was evaluated in 674 randomly selected bakers who participated in the medical surveillance programme and the validation study. Clinical investigations were evaluated in the first 73 bakers referred at high risk. Overall 90% of bakers at risk of having asthma could be identified. Individuals at low risk showed 0.3-3.8% work-related respiratory symptoms, medication use or absenteeism. Predicting flour sensitisation by a simple questionnaire and score chart seems more effective at detecting work-related allergy than serology testing followed by clinical investigation in all immunoglobulin E class II-positive individuals. This prediction based stratification procedure appeared effective in detecting work-related allergy among bakers and can accurately be used for periodic examination, especially in small enterprises where delivery of adequate care is difficult. This approach may contribute to cost reduction. Copyright©ERS 2010.
Amylase; Medical surveillance; Prediction model; Questionnaire; Wheat; Work-related asthma
beta adrenergic receptor stimulating agent; corticosteroid; immunoglobulin E; absenteeism; adult; article; baker; chronic obstructive lung disease; conjunctivitis; human; hypertension; hyperventilation; major clinical study; occupational asthma; priority journal; respiratory tract disease; rhinitis; risk factor; sensitization; structured questionnaire; worker; Allergens; Asthma; Flour; Food Industry; Hypersensitivity, Immediate; Occupational Diseases; Occupational Exposure; Occupational Health; Questionnaires; Risk; Work
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