Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Book : Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Publishing Location : Danimarka

ISSN : 0355-3140

Skin : 22-1

Period : bimonthly

Published Date : 1996

Publisher : Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 1383

INDEX

CONTENTS -supplement 1,1996
3 Abstract
5 Introduction
6 Subjects and methods
6 Recruitment of subjects
6 Mosaic system
6 EuroMosaic
6 Sample population from Stockholm
7 Monitoring session
7 Home study - "housewife" assessment
7 Workplace study - home and work assessment
7 Final visit to the study center
7 Collection of saliva samples
7 Personal monitor
8 Analytical procedures
8 Respirable suspended particles
8 Contribution of environmental tobacco smoke
to respirable suspended particles
9 Nicotine and 3-ethenylpyridine
9 Saliva cotinine
9 Limits of quantification for all the analytes
9 Subjects selected for the study
10 Age and gender distribution
10 Geodemographic distribution
10 Occupations
10 Misclassification or misreporting of smoking status
11 Rejected subjects
11 Weather conditions during the study
13 Results and discussion
13 Comparison of overall exposures between the
housewives and househusbands and the working subjects
15 Comparison of exposures for the housewives and
househusbands in the single monitor study
15 Differences between smoking and nonsmoking
households
16 Exposure difference by age and gender
17 Comparison of exposures of the working subjects
at home and at work in the dual monitor study
18 Comparison of the working subjects by age and gender
distribution
19 Geodemographic comparisons of exposure to
environmental tobacco smoke
19 Mosaic group
19 Income levels
19 Subjective comparisons of exposure to environmental
tobacco smoke
19 Single monitor study
20 Dual monitor study
20 Comparison of other measures of exposure to
environmental tobacco smoke
20 Cotinine
20 Solanesol
20 Nicotine and 3-ethenylpyridine
22 Concluding remarks
23 Acknowledgments
23 References