Occupational Heart Disease

Occupational cardiovascular disease or occupational heart disease is the disease of the heart or blood vessels that are caused by working conditions. Certain toxins including carbon disulfide, nitroglycerin and carbon monoxide in the work area are known to cause heart diseases. Additionally extreme heat and cold, exposure to tobacco smoke, depression and occupational stress is the reason for heart disease. Other occupational hazards potentially related to cardiovascular disease include noise exposure at work, shift work and physical activity at work.

  • Workplace exposures
  • Assessing work capacity
  • Cardiovascular effects on work
  • Total worker health and CVD
  • Tobacco in the workplace

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