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Author Institute, Borden
Title Airborne Hazards Related to Deployment
Imprint Washington, D. C. : United States Government Printing Office, 2015
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Descript 1 online resource (653 pages)
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Series Textbooks of Military Medicine Ser. ; v.52
Textbooks of Military Medicine Ser
Note Cover -- Front Matter -- Contents -- Contributors -- Additional Acknowledgments -- Foreword by The Surgeon General -- Preface -- Prologue -- Introduction -- Section I: Airborne Exposures and Characterization -- 1 Overview of Airborne Hazards in Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation New Dawn -- 2 Background of Deployment-Related Airborne Exposures of Interest and Use of Exposure Data in Environmental Epidemiology Studies -- 3 Deployment to Al Anbar: A Seabee Battalion Surgeon's Perspective -- 4 Pulmonary Response to Airborne Hazards: Interpreting Cases of Suspected Deployment-Related Lung Disease -- 5 Future Improvement to Individual Exposure Characterization for Deployed Military Personnel -- Section II: Population Surveillance -- 6 Epidemiology of Airborne Hazards in the Deployed Environment -- 7 Discussion Summary: Defining Health Outcomes in Epidemiological Investigations of Populations Deployed in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom -- 8 Pulmonary Function Testing-Spirometry Testing for Population Surveillance -- 9 Discussion Summary: Recommendation for Surveillance Spirometry in Military Personnel -- 10 Spirometry Monitoring and Prevention Using Spirola Software -- Section III: Follow-up Medical Care of Service Members and Veterans -- 11 Discussion Summary: Basic Diagnosis and Workup of Symptomatic Individuals -- 12 Allergic Airway Disease and Deployment to the Middle East -- 13 Follow-up Medical Care of Service Members and Veterans-Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing -- 14 Value of Lung Biopsy in Workup of Symptomatic Individuals -- 15 The Problems With Constrictive Bronchiolitis: Histopathological and Radiological Perspectives -- 16 Military Personnel With Postdeployment Dyspnea: Chronic Lung Disease and the Role of Surgical Lung Biopsy
17 Evaluating the Effects of Airborne Hazards: A Clinical Perspective From the War Related Illness and Injury Study Center -- 18 Experience With Emerging Lung Diseases From the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health -- 19 Follow-up Medical Care of Service Members and Veterans: Case Reports-Usual and Unusual -- 20 Veterans Affairs Symposium: Case Reports -- 21 Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center Experience With Postdeployment Dyspnea Case Reports -- 22 Discussion Summary: Methodological Considerations to Design a Pulmonary Case Series and a National, Broad-based Registry for Veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom -- Section IV: Health Communication and Outreach -- 23 Risk Communication: An Essential Element of Effective Care -- 24 Community-based Participatory Research: An Overview for Application in Department of Defense/Veterans Affairs Research -- 25 Toxic-Embedded Fragments Registry: Lessons Learned -- 26 Lessons Learned From Self-Selected Registries (Agent Orange) -- Section V: Research Initiatives -- 27 Research Studies: Overview and Future Directions -- 28 Considerations Regarding Biomonitoring -- 29 Discussion Summary: Exposure Characterization-Questionnaires and Other Tools -- 30 Review of Epidemiological Analyses of Respiratory Health Outcomes After Military Deployment to Burn Pit Locations With Respect to Feasibility and Design Issues Highlighted by the Institute of Medicine -- 31 Update on Key Studies: The Millennium Cohort Study, the STAMPEDE Study, the Million Veteran Program, and the National Health Study for a New Generation of US Veterans -- 32 National Health Study for a New Generation of US Veterans -- 33 Discussion Summary: Work Group E-Strategic Research Planning
Appendix A: A Self-Reporting Tool to Collect Individual Data for Respiratory Health Effects and Military Airborne Exposures -- Appendix B: Respiratory Health and Exposure Questionnaire -- Appendix C: Proposed Evaluation of Patients With Normal Spirometry -- Appendix D: Airborne Hazards Joint Action Plan -- Appendix E: Frequently Asked Questions About Military Exposure Guidelines -- Appendix F: Executive Summary: Screening Health Risk Assessment, Burn Pit Exposures, Balad Air Base, Iraq -- Appendix G: Executive Summary, Addendum 2: Screening Health Risk Assessment, Burn Pit Exposures, Balad Air Base, Iraq -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Index -- Back Cover
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Institute, Borden Airborne Hazards Related to Deployment Washington, D. C. : United States Government Printing Office,c2015 9780160927621
Subject Air Pollutants, Occupational - adverse effects
Electronic books
Alt Author Baird, Coleen P
Harkins, Deanna K
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