Association of time-location patterns with urinary cotinine among asthmatic children under household environmental tobacco smoke exposure.

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INTRODUCTION Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is a hazardous component of indoor air, and may increase the risk of respiratory diseases, atherosclerosis and otitis media in children. In this study, we explored the relationship between time inside the house, ETS exposure and urinary cotinine level, and also determined the association of time inside the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2013.03.002

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@article{Tung2013AssociationOT, title={Association of time-location patterns with urinary cotinine among asthmatic children under household environmental tobacco smoke exposure.}, author={Kuan-Yen Tung and Kuen-Yuh Wu and Ching-Hui Tsai and Ming-Wei Su and Chien-Han Chen and Ming-Hung Lin and Yang-Ching Chen and W Wu and Yungling Leo Lee}, journal={Environmental research}, year={2013}, volume={124}, pages={7-12} }