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Air pollution, passive smoking, and respiratory symptoms in adults.

Auteur
SEGALA (Claire); POIZEAU (David); NEUKIRCH (Francoise); AUBIER (Michel); SAMSON (Jacques); GEHANNO (Pierre)
Collectivité auteur
Sepia-santé. Melrand. FRA
Inserm. U 408. Paris. FRA
Hôpital Bichat. Service Orl Chirurgie cervico-faciale. Paris. FRA
Source
ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, Vol 59, N° 12, 2004, pages 669-676, 38 réf.
Type de document
ARTICLE
Langue
Anglais
Résumé
We studied the independent role of air pollution and passive smoking on respiratory symptoms and group of symptoms by following 46 adult nonsmokers for 14 wk. Outcomes included the incidence of 15 symptoms. After adjustment for passive smoking, clear rhinorrhea and cough were positively related to nitrogen dioxide (NO2), particles (PM10), and black smoke (BS) ; whereas headache was positively related to BS. Sneezing, sore throat, and cough were independently positively related to passive smoking. After adjustment for passive smoking, the occurrence of groups of symptoms and of the "sore throat group" were related to three pollutants. The occurrence of the "possible infection group" was positively related to BS. The occurrence of every group of symptoms was independently related to passive smoking. In conclusion, the prevailing levels of air pollution and passive smoking had independent effects on symptoms and groups of symptoms.
Mots-clés BDSP
Pollution atmosphérique Santé environnementale Tabagisme passif Symptôme respiratoire Appareil respiratoire [pathologie] Symptôme Epidémiologie Adulte Homme Non fumeur Etiologie France Europe
Mots-clés Pascal
Pollution air Santé et environnement Tabagisme passif Appareil respiratoire pathologie Symptomatologie Epidémiologie Adulte Homme Non fumeur Etiologie France Europe
Mots-clés Pascal anglais
Air pollution Health and environment Passive smoking Respiratory disease Symptomatology Epidemiology Adult Human Non smoker Etiology France Europe
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Identifiant BDSP
346931
Création de la notice
2006-11-23
Dernière mise à jour
2006-11-23

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