Will help health professionals diagnose an individual's signs and symptoms that could be related to an indoor air pollution problem. Arranged according to pollutant group: environmental tobacco smoke, other combustion products, animal dander, molds, dust mites, other biologicals, volatile organic compounds, heavy metals (lead and mercury), sick building syndrome, and asbestos and radon. Provides diagnostic leads to help determine causes of each health problem. Answers common questions patients may have. Resources for health professionals and patients.... with bleach or 3% hydrogen peroxide solution are effective remedial measures over a short period, but cannot be considered as reliable maintenance. ... Manual cleaning of contaminated reservoirs can cause exposure to allergens and pathogens. ... aquot;Exposures to Respirable Airborne Penicillium from a Contaminated Ventilation System ... Applied and Environmental Microbiology 1980; 39:840-44.
|Title||:||Indoor Air Pollution|
|Author||:||DIANE Publishing Company|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-07-01|