Biomass Pollution, Chimney Stove Interventions, and Discrepant Outcomes.

Abstract

Personal carbon monoxide (CO) exposures in the chimney woodstoves used in their study were only reduced by 30% following stove installation, while other chimney stoves, such as Patsari (Grupo Interdisciplinario de Tecnología Rural Apropiada), reduce personal exposures to CO by 78%. 2 Using the Patsari stove model, Romieu et al 3 reported a signifi cantly… (More)
DOI: 10.1378/chest.15-1579

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@article{Accinelli2015BiomassPC, title={Biomass Pollution, Chimney Stove Interventions, and Discrepant Outcomes.}, author={Roberto Alfonso Accinelli and David Gozal}, journal={Chest}, year={2015}, volume={148 5}, pages={e163-e164} }