Gaseous pollutants in particulate matter epidemiology: confounders or surrogates?

@article{Sarnat2001GaseousPI,
  title={Gaseous pollutants in particulate matter epidemiology: confounders or surrogates?},
  author={Jeremy A. Sarnat and Joel Schwartz and Paul J. Catalano and Helen H. Suh},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  year={2001},
  volume={109},
  pages={1053 - 1061}
}
Air pollution epidemiologic studies use ambient pollutant concentrations as surrogates of personal exposure. Strong correlations among numerous ambient pollutant concentrations, however, have made it difficult to determine the relative contribution of each pollutant to a given health outcome and have led to criticism that health effect estimates for particulate matter may be biased due to confounding. In the current study we used data collected from a multipollutant exposure study conducted in… CONTINUE READING

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