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[Relationship of the ambient air concentrations of chemical substances to the spread of allergic diseases in children].
Gig Sanit 2002 Jul-Aug; (4):23-4GS

Abstract

The role of some ingredients that contaminate the ambient air in the occurrence and development of allergic diseases was studied. The closest relationships were found between the concentrations of hydrogen sulfide and the prevalence of eczema (rxy +/- m = 0.48 +/- 0.15). There was a direct correlation between the concentrations of each ingredient and the incidence of neurodermitis among children. The correlation between the summarized concentrations of ingredients and the incidence of bronchial asthma among children was rxy +/- m = 0.71 +/- 0.19. The findings serves as the basis for elaborating measures to reduce ecological tension and the incidence of allergic diseases in children.

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rus

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12380496

Citation

Galeev, K A., and R F. Khakimova. "[Relationship of the Ambient Air Concentrations of Chemical Substances to the Spread of Allergic Diseases in Children]." Gigiena I Sanitariia, 2002, pp. 23-4.
Galeev KA, Khakimova RF. [Relationship of the ambient air concentrations of chemical substances to the spread of allergic diseases in children]. Gig Sanit. 2002.
Galeev, K. A., & Khakimova, R. F. (2002). [Relationship of the ambient air concentrations of chemical substances to the spread of allergic diseases in children]. Gigiena I Sanitariia, (4), pp. 23-4.
Galeev KA, Khakimova RF. [Relationship of the Ambient Air Concentrations of Chemical Substances to the Spread of Allergic Diseases in Children]. Gig Sanit. 2002;(4)23-4. PubMed PMID: 12380496.
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