Effect of air-pollution control on death rates in Dublin, Ireland: an intervention study

@article{Clancy2002EffectOA,
  title={Effect of air-pollution control on death rates in Dublin, Ireland: an intervention study},
  author={L. Clancy and P. Goodman and H. Sinclair and D. Dockery},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2002},
  volume={360},
  pages={1210-1214}
}
BACKGROUND Particulate air pollution episodes have been associated with increased daily death. [...] Key Method The effect of the ban on age-standardised death rates was estimated with an interrupted time-series analysis, adjusting for weather, respiratory epidemics, and death rates in the rest of Ireland. FINDINGS Average black smoke concentrations in Dublin declined by 35.6 mg/m(3) (70%) after the ban on coal sales.Expand
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