Asthma and PM 10

@inproceedings{Donaldson2000AsthmaAP,
  title={Asthma and PM 10},
  author={Ken Donaldson and M Ian Gilmour and W. MacNee},
  year={2000}
}
PM10 (the mass of particles present in the air having a 50% cutoff for particles with an aerodynamic diameter of 10 μm) is the standard measure of particulate air pollution used worldwide. Epidemiological studies suggest that asthma symptoms can be worsened by increases in the levels of PM10. Epidemiological evidence at present indicates that PM10 increases do not raise the chances of initial sensitisation and induction of disease, although further research is warranted. PM10 is a complex… CONTINUE READING

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