Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Book : Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Publishing Location : Danimarka

ISSN : 0356-6528

Skin : 32-1

Period : bimonthly

Published Date : 2006

Publisher : Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Language : Turkish

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 4875

INDEX

CONTENTS — volume 32, suppl 1, 2006
Abstract
Executive summary Introduction Materials and methods
Criteria for inclusion in the Collaborative Analysis
Design of the studies included in the Collaborative Analysis
Period of interest for exposure to radon
Radon measurement procedures in the participating studies
Data on individual persons in the study Statistical methods Main analysis
Combined effect of smoking history and radon exposure on lung cancer risk
Method of adjustment for random uncertainties in the assessment of residential radon exposures
Results
Persons included in the Collaborative Analysis Correlation between radon and smoking
Effect of confounding factors on the estimated risk associated with radon
Homogeneity of studies, influence of each study and effect of the study design
Effect modification according to the characteristics of the radon measurements
Effect of different measures of the observed radon concentration and of different models for the relationship between radon concentration and lung cancer
Relative risk of lung cancer according to the categories of observed residential radon concentration, a further test of linearity, significance of the dose-response relationship excluding high radon concentrations, and confidence interval for threshold radon concentration
Effect modification according to the characteristics of the cases and controls
Effect modification among lifelong nonsmokers according to the characteristics of the cases and controls
Differences in the effect of residential radon on different histological types of lung cancer
Combined effect of smoking and radon exposure
Analyses adjusted for the effect of random uncertainties in the assessment of radon concentration
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