Exposure measurement error in PM2.5 health effects studies: A pooled analysis of eight personal exposure validation studies

@inproceedings{Kioumourtzoglou2014ExposureME,
  title={Exposure measurement error in PM2.5 health effects studies: A pooled analysis of eight personal exposure validation studies},
  author={Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou and Donna Spiegelman and Adam Szpiro and Lianne A Sheppard and Joel D. Kaufman and Jeff D. Yanosky and Ronald D Williams and Francine Laden and Biling Hong and Harold Hongwon Suh},
  booktitle={Environmental health : a global access science source},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Exposure measurement error is a concern in long-term PM2.5 health studies using ambient concentrations as exposures. We assessed error magnitude by estimating calibration coefficients as the association between personal PM2.5 exposures from validation studies and typically available surrogate exposures. METHODS Daily personal and ambient PM2.5, and when available sulfate, measurements were compiled from nine cities, over 2 to 12 days. True exposure was defined as personal exposure… CONTINUE READING
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