Pulmonary Effects of Indoor- and Outdoor-Generated Particles in Children with Asthma

@inproceedings{Koenig2005PulmonaryEO,
  title={Pulmonary Effects of Indoor- and Outdoor-Generated Particles in Children with Asthma},
  author={Jane Q. Koenig and T. F. Mar and Ryan W. Allen and Karen J. Jansen and Thomas S. Lumley and Jeffrey H. Sullivan and Carol A. Trenga and Timothy V. Larson and L S Liu},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2005}
}
Most particulate matter (PM) health effects studies use outdoor (ambient) PM as a surrogate for personal exposure. However, people spend most of their time indoors exposed to a combination of indoor-generated particles and ambient particles that have infiltrated. Thus, it is important to investigate the differential health effects of indoor- and ambient-generated particles. We combined our recently adapted recursive model and a predictive model for estimating infiltration efficiency to separate… CONTINUE READING

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