Muzi G, Abbritti G, Accattoli P, dell'Omo M
Bibliographic info:
Int Arch Occup Environ Health, No 71, 1998, pp 372-378, 1 fig, 5 tabs, 39 refs.

The study aimed to assess prevalence of complaints and symptoms in relation to sick building syndrome for workers in an air conditioned building in Italy, in the absence of earlier reported complaints. The control was 281 workers in three naturally ventilated buildings. There was a significantly higher number of complaints from the air conditioned office building's employees, including strong lighting, high temperature and dry, dusty and stuffy air. No significant difference was noted in respiratory or general symptoms.