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Possible Causes For Chemical Tracheobronchitis - Causes

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List of current finding(s):

Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
Inhalent allergen disorder
Organic dusts inhalation/allergy
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Pneumonia, lipoid/hydrocarbon
Functional, Physiologic Variant Disorders
Terrorist/Chemical-Biological weapon possible
Welding activity/occupation
Poisoning (Specific Agent)
Poisoning
Chemical fumes inhalation
Corrosive/chemical agent contact
Dust inhalation
Irritating fumes/chemical inhalants
Mica dust exposure
Nickel metal fumes/exposure
Smoke inhalation
Solvent/inhalation/Huffing propane etc
Carbonate dust exposure
Cement dust exposure
Diatomaceous earth dust exposure
Metallic/ore dusts
Stone dust exposure
Zinc oxide fumes/exposure
3-Quinuclidinyl Benzilate/Weapons (QNB/BZ) agent
Agent 15/Weapons agent exposure
Arsenical vesicants/CBW Weapon
Chloropicrin/Exposure inhalation
Cyanide CBW (Cyanogen chloride) exposure
Cyanide/Hydrogen cyanide exposure/poisoning
Diphosgene Weapon/exposure
Phosgene Oxime/Weapon (CX) agent
Vomiting CBW agent (Dm/Da/Dc) Weapon exposure
Acetone/Ketone poisoning
Aldehydes poisoning/fumes
Arsine gas (Hydrogen arsenide) poisoning
Binary agent exposure/nerve gas effect
Cadmium fumes/inhalation/toxicity
Crude oil ingestion/aspiration
Gasoline poisoning
Hydrochloric acid fumes/poisoning
Mustard gas exposure/poisoning
Nerve gas exposure
Sarin poison nerve gas exposure
Soman poison nerve gas exposure
Tabun poison gas exposure
VX poison nerve gas exposure
Ammonia exposure/inhalation
Hydrogen sulfide poisoning/inhalation
Industrial chemicals exposure
Nitric oxide inhalation/arc welders
Barium dust/ore pneumoconiosis
Chlorinated hydrocarbon exposure
Lead ore exposure
Silicosis
Silicosis, acute/sandblasting lung
Tungsten ore/dust exposure
Carbon disulfide inhalant/poisoning
Chlorine gas poisoning
Kerosene poisoning
Mercury vapor/acute (element) toxicity
Phosgene inhalation/poisoning
Ricin poisoning/Inhaled terrorist exposure
Sulfur dioxide poisoning
Toluene diisocyanate poisoning
Trichothecene mycotoxin/weapon exposure
Metal fume fever
Polymer fume fever
Nickel ore/dust exposure
CBW/Binary nerve agents (GB2/VX2)
Dimethyl sulfate poisoning.
Tear gas Irritants (Cs/Cn/Cnc/Ca/Cr/Cnb/Ps) CBW potential
Toxic smoke/weapons (Nox/Hc/Rp/Fs/Fm/Sgf2/Teflon)
Organ Poisoning (Intoxication)
Chemical pneumonitis
Pneumoconiosis
Chemical tracheobronchitis
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