Monitoring the effect of air pollution episodes on health care consultations and ambulance call-outs in England during March/April 2014: A retrospective observational analysis.

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There is an increasing body of evidence illustrating the negative health effects of air pollution including increased risk of respiratory, cardiac and other morbid conditions. During March and April 2014 there were two air pollution episodes in England that occurred in close succession. We used national real-time syndromic surveillance systems, including… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2016.04.026

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@article{Elliot2016MonitoringTE, title={Monitoring the effect of air pollution episodes on health care consultations and ambulance call-outs in England during March/April 2014: A retrospective observational analysis.}, author={Alex J. Elliot and S. O. Smith and Alec Dobney and John E. Thornes and Gillian E. Smith and Sotiris Vardoulakis}, journal={Environmental pollution}, year={2016}, volume={214}, pages={903-911} }