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Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill Workers in an Urban ...

Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill Workers in an Urban Area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A Cross-sectional Study Indian J Occup Environ Med. Jan-Apr 2018;22(1):5-10. doi: 10.4103/ijoem.IJOEM_20_18. Authors Madhab Ch Rana 1 , Somnath Naskar 1 , Ramaprasad Roy 1 , Dilip Kr Das 1 , Soumya Das 2 Affiliations 1 Department of Community Medicine, Burdwan Medical

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Respiratory morbidity among rice mill workers in an urban ...

This study revealed that the presence of respiratory morbidity was significantly more among workers who were not using any protective measures [AOR = 12.828 (5.85–28.13)], working daily in rice mills for 9 h or more [AOR = 5.978 (2.595–13.77)], and also among those who were working in rice mill for 20 years or more [AOR = 3.968 (1.644–9.575)]. Clearly, increased duration of exposure and ...

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Respiratory morbidity among rice mill workers in an urban ...

Background: Rice mill workers constitute a special group from the perspective of occupational health. Unprotected dust exposure among them adversely affects their respiratory health, which needs to be evaluated. Adequate evidence is still lacking in many parts of India including West Bengal. Burdwan is one of the main rice-producing districts in the state with abundant rice mills.

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Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill Workers in an Urban ...

Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill Workers in an Urban Area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A Cross-sectional Study @article{Raa2018RespiratoryMA, title={Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill Workers in an Urban Area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A Cross-sectional Study}, author={M. C. Ra{\~n}a and S. Naskar and R. Roy and D. Das and Soumya Das}, journal={Indian Journal of ...

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Respiratory morbidity among rice mill workers in an urban ...

Respiratory morbidity among rice mill workers in an urban area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A cross-sectional study Madhab Ch Rana 1, Somnath Naskar 1, Ramaprasad Roy 1, Dilip Kr Das 1, Soumya Das 2 1 Department of Community Medicine, Burdwan Medical College, Burdwan, West Bengal, India 2 Department of Respiratory Medicine, Burdwan Medical College, Burdwan, West Bengal, India

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Morbidity patterns among rice mill workers: A cross ...

Morbidity patterns among rice mill workers: A cross sectional study Indian J Occup Environ Med. 2010 Sep;14(3) :91-3. doi ... (PEFR). The study was conducted in three rice mills in an urban area under Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC), Department of Community Medicine, SSMC, Tumkur. A total of 75 workers were recruited for the study. The study was conducted in the month of October ...

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Respiratory Morbidity and Peak Expiratory Flow Rate among ...

ry flow rate among the rice mill workers and the various factors influencing them. Method: A cross sectional study was conducted among 105 work-ers of seven rice mills in an urban field practice area after taking written informed consent. Data was collected by interview method using Respiratory questionnaire based on the Medical Research

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Morbidity patterns among rice mill workers: A cross ...

01/09/2010  The study revealed that prevalence of respiratory morbidity [32 (42.66%)] was significantly higher among the workers and the prevalence of chronic bronchitis could be attributed to occupational exposure to dust and smoking habits among the rice mill workers and also the duration (years) of working. Other important morbidities included low backache and knee joint pain, which was

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Respiratory Morbidities and Pulmonary ...

01/09/2016  To assess the prevalence of respiratory morbidity among these rice mill workers. 3. To determine the factors associated with respiratory morbidity and reduction in pulmonary function tests among cases. Methodology: A cross sectional study was conducted among five conveniently selected rice mills in Davangere city situated in the central part of Karnataka. Ethical clearance was obtained

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Srinagarind Medical Journal

23 行  28. Rana CM, Naskar S, Roy R, Das KD, Das S. Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Respiratory Morbidities and Pulmonary ...

01/09/2016  To assess the prevalence of respiratory morbidity among these rice mill workers. 3. To determine the factors associated with respiratory morbidity and reduction in pulmonary function tests among cases. Methodology: A cross sectional study was conducted among five conveniently selected rice mills in Davangere city situated in the central part of Karnataka. Ethical clearance was obtained

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Morbidity patterns among rice mill workers: A cross ...

The study was conducted in three rice mills in an urban area under Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC), Department of Community Medicine, SSMC, Tumkur. A total of 75 workers were recruited for the study. The study was conducted in the month of October. Statistical analysis was done using Chi-square test. Results: Among these 75 workers, 42.66% had respiratory morbidity; among them,

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The study was conducted in three rice mills in an urban area under Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC), Department of Community Medicine, SSMC, Tumkur. A total of 75 workers were recruited for the study. The study was conducted in the month of October. Statistical analysis was done using Chi-square test. Results: Among these 75 workers, 42.66#x0025; had respiratory morbidity;

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Prevalence of respiratory symptoms and disorders among ...

prevalence of respiratory symptoms among the rice mill workers. Methods A total of 120 rice mill workers from three districts of Karnataka were included in this study. Fifty urban dwellers from the same socio-economic level were selected as controls. The study included clinical examina-tion, assessment of respiratory symptoms, pulmonary

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Srinagarind Medical Journal

28. Rana CM, Naskar S, Roy R, Das KD, Das S. Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill Workers in an Urban Area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A Cross-sectional Study. Indian J Occup Environ Med 2018; 22: 5–10. 29.

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Factors Affecting Respiratory Function of Rice Millers in ...

average mill worker, with his low level of education, is ignorant of potential harmful effects of inhalation of various dust particles and is reluctant to adopt safety precautions (7). A cross sectional study carried out among Malaysian rice millers showed significantly higher prevalence of respiratory symptoms among rice millers than the controls. These symptoms included chest tightness (34.9 ...

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Morbidity Patterns among Rice Mill Workers RRMCH College

Details. Morbidity Patterns among Rice Mill Workers: A cross sectional Study: IJOEM – Indian Journal of Occupational Environmental Medicine, Vol – 14, Issue – 3, Dec 2010, (91 – 94).

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Determinant Factor of Pulmonary Function Impairment on ...

This study’s population were all rice mill workers in Ketapang and Glatik Villages, Ujung Pangkah, Gresik, East Java there were 25 people. The sample of this study was 16 people. The independent variable in this study was the sex, working period, smoking, and using a mask, while the dependent variable was the pulmonary function status of workers. The data respondent obtained a questionnaire ...

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(PDF) Environmental and Health Impact of Open Burning Rice ...

(2018): Respiratory morbidity among rice mill . workers in an urban area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A cross-sectional study. Indian . Journal of Occupational and Environmental . Medicine ...

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Health Risk Assessment of Inhalation Exposure to ...

Rana CM, Naskar S, Roy R, Das KD, Das S. Respiratory Morbidity among Rice Mill Workers in an Urban Area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A Cross-sectional Study. Indian J

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Respiratory Morbidities and Pulmonary ...

01/09/2016  To assess the prevalence of respiratory morbidity among these rice mill workers. 3. To determine the factors associated with respiratory morbidity and reduction in pulmonary function tests among cases. Methodology: A cross sectional study was conducted among five conveniently selected rice mills in Davangere city situated in the central part of Karnataka. Ethical clearance was obtained

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Morbidity patterns among rice mill workers: a cross ...

The study was conducted in three rice mills in an urban area under Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC), Department of Community Medicine, SSMC, Tumkur. A total of 75 workers were recruited for the study. The study was conducted in the month of October. Statistical analysis was done using Chi-square test. Results: Among these 75 workers, 42.66% had respiratory morbidity; among them,

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National Journal of Community Medicine

Respiratory Morbidity and Peak Expiratory Flow Rate among Rice Mill Workers in a Rural Area of South India. Author: Poonam R Naik, Abhay S Nirgude, Peddi Megana. Affiliation: ...

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Morbidity patterns among rice mill workers: A cross ...

The study revealed that prevalence of respiratory morbidity [32 (42.66%)] was significantly higher among the workers and the prevalence of chronic bronchitis could be attributed to occupational exposure to dust and smoking habits among the rice mill workers and also the duration (years) of working. Other important morbidities included low backache and knee joint pain, which was found in

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Prevalence of respiratory symptoms and disorders among ...

prevalence of respiratory symptoms among the rice mill workers. Methods A total of 120 rice mill workers from three districts of Karnataka were included in this study. Fifty urban dwellers from the same socio-economic level were selected as controls. The study included clinical examina-tion, assessment of respiratory symptoms, pulmonary

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Morbidities of rice mill workers and associated factors in ...

Sample Size and Sampling Technique: In a previous study, prevalence of respiratory morbidity among rice mill workers was 40.73%. Now ... Das S. Respiratory morbidity among rice mill workers in an urban area of Burdwan District, West Bengal: A cross-sectional study. Indian J Occup Environ Med 2018;22:5-10. 9. Reis J, Dubose K, Ainsworth B, Macera C, Yore M. Reliability and validity of the ...

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Morbidity Patterns among Rice Mill Workers RRMCH College

Details. Morbidity Patterns among Rice Mill Workers: A cross sectional Study: IJOEM – Indian Journal of Occupational Environmental Medicine, Vol – 14, Issue – 3, Dec 2010, (91 – 94).

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Factors Affecting Respiratory Function of Rice Millers in ...

average mill worker, with his low level of education, is ignorant of potential harmful effects of inhalation of various dust particles and is reluctant to adopt safety precautions (7). A cross sectional study carried out among Malaysian rice millers showed significantly higher prevalence of respiratory symptoms among rice millers than the controls. These symptoms included chest tightness (34.9 ...

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Original Article Effects of Exposure to Flour Dust on ...

Effects of Exposure to Flour Dust on Respiratory Symptoms of Flour Mill Workers in Ahmedabad City ... Prevalence of respiratory symptoms and disorders among rice mill workers in Indian Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine. 2014 May; 19(3): 226–233. Published online 2014 Mar 8. doi: 10.1007/s12199-014-0384-8 4. Bakkert P, Eide GE, Hanoa R, Gulsvik A. Occupational dust or gas

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Assessment of Respiratory Symptoms and Pulmonary Function ...

24/10/2018  Study conducted in India showed the prevalence of respiratory symptoms and disorders among rice mill ... and S. T. Ingle, “The influence of workplace environment on lung function of flour mill workers in Jalgaon urban center ,” Journal of Occupational Health, vol. 48, no. 5, pp. 396–401, 2006. View at: Publisher Site Google Scholar; R. W. Melse, N. W. M. Ogink, and W. H. Rulkens ...

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