Mortality risk attributable to high and low ambient temperature: a multicountry observational study

@inproceedings{Gasparrini2015MortalityRA,
  title={Mortality risk attributable to high and low ambient temperature: a multicountry observational study},
  author={Antonio Gasparrini and Yuming Guo and Masahiro Hashizume and {\'E}ric Lavigne and Antonella Zanobetti and Joel Schwartz and Aurelio Tob{\'i}as and Shilu L Tong and Joacim Rockl{\"o}v and Bertil Forsberg and Michela Leone and Manuela De Sario and Michelle L. Bell and Yue Leon Guo and Chang-fu Wu and Haidong Kan and Seung-Muk Yi and Micheline de Sousa Zanotti Stagliorio Co{\^e}lho and Paulo Hil{\'a}rio Nascimento Saldiva and Yasushi Honda and Ho Kim and Ben G. Armstrong},
  booktitle={The Lancet},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Although studies have provided estimates of premature deaths attributable to either heat or cold in selected countries, none has so far offered a systematic assessment across the whole temperature range in populations exposed to different climates. We aimed to quantify the total mortality burden attributable to non-optimum ambient temperature, and the relative contributions from heat and cold and from moderate and extreme temperatures. METHODS We collected data for 384 locations in… CONTINUE READING
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