||Determination of Reactive Oxygen Species Activity in PM and Enhanced Exposure Assessment for the NIH, NIEHS Study Entitled: Ultrafine Particiulate Matter and Cardiorespiratory Health.
R. L. Delfino
||California Univ., Irvine.; California Environmental Protection Agency, Sacramento.; California State Air Resources Board, Sacramento.
Air pollution effects (Human) ;
Cardiovascular disease ;
Environmental exposure ;
Reactive oxygen ;
Health outcomes ;
Coronary artery disease ;
Public health ;
Elderly persons ;
Indoor air pollution ;
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The primary purpose of this project is to largely supplement the exposure assessment for an NIH, NIEHS funded study (grant no ES-012243) entitled 'Ultrafine Particulate Matter & Cardiorespiratory Health.' Indoor and outdoor air pollution monitors were deployed under the CARB-AQMD funded exposure assessment effort to provide continuous air pollutant concentrations, as well as data on PM composition and redox activity. Modeling efforts specific to this proposal include PM source characterization, and additional repeated measures statistical analyses of the relationship between health outcomes (collected with NIH funding) and supplemental air pollutant measurements.