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Heat wave mortality in nursing homes.

Marmor M, 1978
death rate | cooling | health | hot climate
Bibliographic info: Environmental Research , Vol 17, 1978, pp 102-115, 9 tabs, refs.
Languages: English

In order to determine the impact of heat waves on nursing home occupants and the efficacy of air conditioning in reducing them, a study investigated patterns of mortality in eleven air conditioned and nine un-air conditioned nursing homes in New York City. On the basis of the findings, recommends that nursing homes and other institutions for the elderly located in climates like that of New York City be required to provide air conditioning.


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