Airborne particle deposition onto the ocular surface.

  title={Airborne particle deposition onto the ocular surface.},
  author={Thomas Schneider and Mats Bohgard},
  journal={Indoor air},
  volume={15 3},
UNLABELLED Eye irritation is one of the most frequently reported symptoms in relation to working in office-like environments. So far, no consistent association has been found between concentration of airborne particles and prevalence of eye irritation. External physical factors not hitherto considered could have a large influence on particle deposition velocity onto the ocular surface. This may have obscured the role airborne particles play. Based on previously published semi-empirical models… CONTINUE READING

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