Sambanden mellan inandningsbara, grova och fina partiklar i luften och strokeanfall i Malmö

@inproceedings{Hillstrm2008SambandenMI,
  title={Sambanden mellan inandningsbara, grova och fina partiklar i luften och strokeanfall i Malm{\"o}},
  author={Jenny Hillstr{\"o}m and Joselyne Nsabimana},
  year={2008}
}
In the western world, strokes are the third most common cause of death, hitting mainly the elderly population. Smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes and overweight are known risk factors for causing strokes. Previous studies show that an increased level of particulate matter, PM, is also related to an increased number of strokes. The population in this study consists of patients over 65 years old who live in Malmo. Levels of particulate matter were measured from October 2004 to April 2005 at a… CONTINUE READING