Global, regional, and national burden of mortality associated with non-optimal ambient temperatures from 2000 to 2019: a three-stage modelling study.

  title={Global, regional, and national burden of mortality associated with non-optimal ambient temperatures from 2000 to 2019: a three-stage modelling study.},
  author={Qi Zhao and Yuming Guo and Tingting Ye and Antonio Gasparrini and Shilu Tong and A. Overcenco and Ale{\vs} Urban and Alexandra Schneider and Ali Entezari and Ana Maria Vicedo-Cabrera and Antonella Zanobetti and Antonis Analitis and Ariana Zeka and Aurelio Tob{\'i}as and Baltazar Nunes and Barrak Alahmad and Ben G. Armstrong and Bertil Forsberg and Shih-chun Pan and Carmen {\'I}{\~n}iguez and Caroline B. Ameling and C{\'e}sar De la Cruz Valencia and Christofer {\AA}str{\"o}m and Danny Houthuijs and Do Van Dung and Dominic Roy{\'e} and Ene Indermitte and {\'E}ric Lavigne and Fatemeh Mayvaneh and Fiorella Acquaotta and Francesca de’Donato and Francesco Di Ruscio and Francesco Sera and Gabriel Carrasco-Escobar and Hai-dong Kan and Hans Orru and Ho Kim and Iulian-Horia Holob{\^a}ca and Jan Kysel{\'y} and Joana Madureira and Joel Schwartz and Jouni J.K. Jaakkola and Klea Katsouyanni and Magali Hurtado D{\'i}az and Martina S Ragettli and Masahiro Hashizume and Mathilde Pascal and Micheline de Sousa Zanotti Stagliorio Co{\^e}lho and Nicol{\'a}s Vald{\'e}s Ortega and Niilo R.I. Ryti and Noah C Scovronick and Paola Michelozzi and Patricia Matus Correa and Patrick G Goodman and Paulo Hil{\'a}rio Nascimento Saldiva and Rosana Abrutzky and S. Osorio and Shilpa Rao and Simona Fratianni and Tran Ngoc Dang and Valentina Colistro and Veronika Huber and Whanhee Lee and Xerxes Tesoro Seposo and Yasushi Honda and Yue Leon Guo and Michelle L. Bell and Shanshan Li},
  journal={The Lancet. Planetary health},
  volume={5 7},
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