ILO classification

ILO classification

International Labour Office Classification of Radiographs of Pneumoconiosis Pulmonary medicine A classification of black lung disease. See Coal worker's pneumoconiosis.
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The physicians who are using ILO classification should have appropriate education and experience including regular digital chest X-ray and certificated by the boards of pulmonary, occupational medicine or radiology and / or should be competent in the assessment of pneumoconiosis radiographs as reader B by NIOSH.
Usually underexposure leads for a higher; overexposure leads for a lower category in ILO classification.
For my indicator I use the ILO [International Labor Organization] standard, the ILO formula and the ILO classification.
dagger]) A "B Reader" is a physician certified by NIOSH as demonstrating proficiency in the use of ILO classification of radiographs of pneumoconiosis.
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No evidence of pneumoconiosis was noted by CT scan and chest x-ray films according to ILO classification.