[Passive smoking in children. Its detection by the assay of urinary cotinine].

Abstract

BACKGROUND Passive tobacco smoking is responsible for increased respiratory morbidity in young children. This point is not always understood by parents and the use of a sensitive marker for nicotine exposure may help them to smoke less. POPULATION AND METHODS Urinary cotinine concentration was measured in 72 children, aged from 1 to 5 years, that had been… (More)

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Schneider1993PassiveSI, title={[Passive smoking in children. Its detection by the assay of urinary cotinine].}, author={J{\"{u}rgen M. Schneider and Bernard Capolaghi and Serge Briançon and Grazia Covi and J P Merlin and Philippe Leveau}, journal={Archives francaises de pediatrie}, year={1993}, volume={50 7}, pages={567-71} }