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Supplemental Figure S5-3. Results of single-pollutant and copollutants models of short-term exposure to NO2 with CO and without CO and CVD HA

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525882


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Supplemental Figure S5-4 Results of single-pollutant and copollutants models of short-term exposure to NO2 or NOX with and without O3 and hospital admissions CVD

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525883


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Supplemental figure S5-1 associations of NO2 with respiratory effects in copollutant models with PM10 PM10_25 SO2 O3

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525880


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Supplemental Figure S5-2. Results of single-pollutant and copollutants models of short-term exposure to NO2 with and without PM and CVD HA

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525881


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Supplemental Figure S5-5 Results of single-pollutant and copollutants models of short-term exposure to NO2 or NOX with and without SO2 and hospital admissions CVD

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525884


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Supplemental Table S5-1. Calculation of increments of oxides of nitrogen for standardizing epidemiologic effect estimates - short-term averages

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525885


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Supplemental Table S6-1 Calculation of increments of oxides of nitrogen for standardizing effect estimates

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525889


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Nitrogen dioxide exposure and airway responsiveness in individuals with asthma

Author: Brown, JS (2015) Inhalation Toxicology 27:1-14. HERO ID: 2525911

[Less] Abstract Controlled human exposure studies evaluating the effect of inhaled nitrogen dioxide (NO2) on . . . [More] Abstract Controlled human exposure studies evaluating the effect of inhaled nitrogen dioxide (NO2) on the inherent responsiveness of the airways to challenge by broncho-constricting agents have had mixed results. In general, existing meta-analyses show statistically significant effects of NO2 on the airway responsiveness of individuals with asthma. However, no meta-analysis has provided a comprehensive assessment of the clinical relevance of changes in airway responsiveness, the potential for methodological biases in the original papers, and the distribution of responses. This paper provides analyses showing that a statistically significant fraction (i.e. 70% of individuals with asthma exposed to NO2 at rest) experience increases in airway responsiveness following 30-min exposures to NO2 in the range of 200 to 300 ppb and following 60-min exposures to 100 ppb. The distribution of changes in airway responsiveness is log-normally distributed with a median change of 0.75 (provocative dose following NO2 divided by provocative dose following filtered air exposure) and geometric standard deviation of 1.88. About a quarter of the exposed individuals experience a clinically relevant reduction in their provocative dose due to NO2 relative to air exposure. The fraction experiencing an increase in responsiveness was statistically significant and robust to exclusion of individual studies. Results showed minimal change in airway responsiveness for individuals exposed to NO2 during exercise.

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Supplemental Table S5-4. Studies of short-term exposure to oxides of nitrogen and mortality

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525888


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Supplemental Table S5-2. Identification of airway responsiveness data in papers

Author: U.S. EPA (2015) HERO ID: 2525886