Health effects of sulfur-related environmental air pollution. I. Executive summary.

@article{Heyder1999HealthEO,
  title={Health effects of sulfur-related environmental air pollution. I. Executive summary.},
  author={Joachim Heyder and Ingrid Beck-Speier and B. Busch and Peter Dirscherl and Peter Heilmann and George A Ferron and Marcus Josten and Erwin W Karg and Wolfgang G Kreyling and Anke Gabriele Lenz and Konrad Ludwig Maier and U Miaskowski and Siegfried Platz and Peter Reitmeir and Holger Schulz and Shinji Takenaka and Axel Ziesenis},
  journal={Inhalation toxicology},
  year={1999},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={343-59}
}
The motivation of simulating real-world environmental exposure in a number of long-term studies with dogs was to address the question of whether or not perpetual inhalation of air pollutants can initiate diseases in healthy lungs and can thus contribute to the increasing prevalence of respiratory diseases in industrialized countries. The major conclusion of this article is that this question has to be answered in the negative for the simultaneous inhalation of the major constituents of… CONTINUE READING