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A case control study of the indoor environments of asthmatic children

Fletcher G., Tavernier G., Gee I., Watson A., Frank T., Frank P., Pickering C., Niven R., 2003
indoor climate | respiratory illness | pollutant
Bibliographic info: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual UK Review Meeting on Outdoor and Indoor Air Pollution Research 1-2 April 2003, pp 97-100, 1 Fig., 3 Tab., 5 Ref.
Languages: English

For that study, 200 children in Manchester were recruited to assess their asthma status, their indoor environment was analyzed. Levels of a variety of indoor agents, reported as important factors in the development or the exacerbation of respiratory troubles were examined. Results are presented.

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