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Effects of cold weather on mortality: results from 15 European cities within the PHEWE project.
- A. Analitis, K. Katsouyanni, +11 authors P. Michelozzi
- American journal of epidemiology
- 15 December 2008
Weather-related health effects have attracted renewed interest because of the observed and predicted climate change. The authors studied the short-term effects of cold weather on mortality in 15… Expand
High temperature and hospitalizations for cardiovascular and respiratory causes in 12 European cities.
- P. Michelozzi, G. Accetta, +19 authors C. Perucci
- American journal of respiratory and critical care…
- 1 March 2009
RATIONALE Episode analyses of heat waves have documented a comparatively higher impact on mortality than on morbidity (hospital admissions) in European cities. The evidence from daily time series… Expand
Short-term Effects of Apparent Temperature on Hospital Admissions in European Cities: Results From the PHEWE Project
Number of Heat Wave Deaths by Diagnosis, Sex, Age Groups, and Area, in Slovenia, 2015 vs. 2003
- Simona Perčič, Andreja Kukec, Tanja Cegnar, Ana Hojs
- International journal of environmental research…
- 1 January 2018
Background: Number of deaths increases during periods of elevated heat. Objectives: To examine whether differences in heat-related deaths between 2003 and 2015 occurred in Slovenia. Materials and… Expand
Association between number of deaths and heat waves in Slovenia, 2015 vs. 2003
SHORT TERM EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY ON HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS IN EUROPEAN CITIES: RESULTS FROM THE PHEWE PROJECT
Association between heat waves and number of deaths for old-age in slovenia, from 2013 to 2017
Effects of Cold Weather on Mortality: Results From 16 European Cities Within the PHEWE Project