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Main Title Chemical sensitivity and sick-building syndrome /
Author Yanagisawa, Yukio,
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Ishikawa, Satoshi,
Yoshino, Hiroshi,
Miyata, Mikio,
Publisher CRC Press,
Year Published 2017
Call Number RB152.6.Y36 2017
ISBN 9781315374451; 9781315337791; 9781351848510; 9781466556379
Subjects Indoor air pollution. ; Sick building syndrome. ; Multiple chemical sensitivity.
Internet Access
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Contents Notes
Chapter 1. Present state of chemical sensitivity / Satoshi Ishikawa -- Chapter 2. Effects of chemical sensitivity on patients' daily lives / Satoshi Ishikawa -- Chapter 3. Promoting understanding of chemical sensitivity / Satoshi Ishikawa and Mikio Miyata -- Chapter 4. Medical facts / Mikio Miyata, Kou Sakabe, and Satoshi Ishikawa -- Chapter 5. Diagnosis / Satoshi Ishikawa and Mikio Miyata -- Chapter 6. Treatment of patients with chemical sensitivity / Mikio Miyata and Satoshi Ishikawa -- Chapter 7. Chemical sensitivity in children / Kazuhiko Kakuta -- Chapter 8. Multiple chemical sensitivity : medical aspects from Germany / Klaus-Dietrich Runow -- Chapter 9. Emission rate of chemical compounds in the building products and materials / Shin-ichi Tanabe -- Chapter 10. Ventilation strategies for each kind of building and statutory regulations / Haruki Osawa and Masaki Tajima -- Chapter 11. Ventilation, air-tightness, and air pollution / Hiroshi Yoshino and Rie Takaki -- Chapter 12. Chemical features of indoor pollutants and current regulation / Naohide Shinohara -- Chapter 13. Methods for measurement of indoor pollution / Atsushi Mizukoshi -- Chapter 14. The current situation and shift in approaches to indoor air pollution / Miyuki Noguchi -- Chapter 15. Investigation of indoor environments and occupants' health in sick houses / Hiroshi Yoshino, Sachiko Hojo, and Rie Takaki -- Chapter 16. Round table discussion / Yukio Yanagisawa.