Association of House Dust Allergen Concentrations With Residential Conditions in City and in Rural Houses

@inproceedings{Wardzyska2012AssociationOH,
  title={Association of House Dust Allergen Concentrations With Residential Conditions in City and in Rural Houses},
  author={Aleksandra Wardzyńska and Barbara Majkowska-Wojciechowska and Jolanta Pełka and Leszek Korzon and Magdalena Kaczała and Marzanna Jarzębska and Tomasz Gwardys and Marek L Kowalski},
  booktitle={The World Allergy Organization journal},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND The aim of the study was to evaluate the relationship between house dust mite, cat and dog allergen levels with household characteristics in the houses of children living in urban and rural areas in central Poland. METHODS Dust samples were collected from 141 urban and 191 rural houses. Der f1 + Der p1, Can f 1, and Fel d1 levels were measured and associated with residential conditions and atopy-related health outcomes assessed by clinical examination and skin prick testing… CONTINUE READING
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