Associations of daily levels of PM10 and NO₂ with emergency hospital admissions and mortality in Switzerland: Trends and missed prevention potential over the last decade.

@article{Prez2015AssociationsOD,
  title={Associations of daily levels of PM10 and NO₂ with emergency hospital admissions and mortality in Switzerland: Trends and missed prevention potential over the last decade.},
  author={Laura E. P{\'e}rez and Leticia Grize and Denis Infanger and Nino K{\"u}nzli and Hansj{\"o}rg Sommer and Gian-Marco Alt and Christian Schindler},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={2015},
  volume={140},
  pages={554-61}
}
BACKGROUND In most regions of the world, levels and constituents of the air pollution mixture have substantially changed over the last decades. AIMS To evaluate if the effects of PM10 and NO2 on daily emergency hospital admissions and mortality have changed during a ~10 year period in Switzerland; to retrospectively estimate prevention potential of different policy choices. METHODS Thirteen Poisson-regression models across Switzerland were developed using daily PM10 and NO2 levels from… CONTINUE READING
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