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تعداد کل مرگ و میر تنفسی ناشی از ذرات معلق (PM10) در اهواز سال 2009

گودررزی, غلامرضا and گراوندی, سحر and محمدی, محمدجواد and وثوقی, مهدی and احمدی آنکالی, کامبیز and زلقی, الهه and نیسی, عبدالکاظم and سعیدمهر, سعید and محمدی, بصیر (1394) تعداد کل مرگ و میر تنفسی ناشی از ذرات معلق (PM10) در اهواز سال 2009. International Journal of Environmental Health Engineering ــ 4 (2). p. 33. شاپا 2277-9183

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Total number of deaths and respiratory mortality attributed to particulate matter (PM10) in Ahvaz, Iran during 2009

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Aims: This study was conducted to assess health-effects of exposure particulate matter (PM10) in Ahvaz city (located in South-Western Iran), during 2009. Materials and Methods: The adverse health effects of PM10 were calculated by relative risk (RR) and baseline incidence related to health end point PM10. A specialized model, the air quality health impact assessment tool (AirQ2.2.3), was used to assess the potential impacts of PM10 exposure on human health in Ahvaz city during 2009. PM10 data was taken from Ahvaz Department of Environment. These data were in volumetric base. Health effects are being related to the mass of pollutants inhaled and should convert on the gravimetric basis. Conversion between volumetric and gravimetric units (correction of temperature and pressure), coding, processing (averaging), and filtering are implemented for solving such problem. Results: The results revealed that approximately 3% of total numbers of deaths and respiratory mortality happened when the PM10 concentration was over 50 μg/m3. Sum of total number of deaths attributed to PM10 was 1165 cases in 2009. Based on the results of this study, 13% of all respiratory mortality were attributed to PM10 concentration over 20 μg/m3 in Ahvaz city during 2009. High percentage of the observed health endpoints was associated with a high concentration of measured PM10.Conclusion: Year comparison of PM10 concentration with standard was revealed particle matter concentration in summer and winter season were higher than standard. Although total mean of particle matter was higher than the standard concentration. The higher percentage of deaths perhaps could be the result of higher average PM10 or because of sustained high concentration days in Ahvaz

Item Type:Article
زبان سند : انگلیسی
نویسنده اول :غلامرضا گودررزی
نویسنده :سحر گراوندی
نویسنده مسئول :محمدجواد محمدی
نویسنده :مهدی وثوقی
نویسنده :کامبیز احمدی آنکالی
نویسنده :الهه زلقی
نویسنده :عبدالکاظم نیسی
نویسنده :سعید سعیدمهر
نویسنده :بصیر محمدی
Additional Information:Indexing in: Google scholar, DOAJ
کلیدواژه ها (انگلیسی):Baseline incidence, health effects, relative risk, respiratory mortality
Subjects:WA Public Health > WA 30 Social, Economic, and Environmental factor in public health
WA Public Health > WA 30 Social, Economic, and Environmental factor in public health
Divisions:Faculty of Health > Department of Environmental health
ID Code:8717
Deposited By: دکتر مهدی وثوقی نیری
Deposited On:10 May 1398 11:41
Last Modified:10 May 1398 11:41

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