Analysis of the Results of Air Filtration Experiments to Reduce Indoor Exposure to Ultrafine Particles.

Samy, Liza A.

2017

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  • Exposure to ultrafine particles (UFP; <100 nanometers in diameter) is associated with systemic inflammation, adverse effects on blood pressure, blood coagulation and respiratory mortality. Exhaust from motor vehicles is a significant source of UFP, and as a result UFP concentrations are higher near highways and major roadways. Indoor air filtration is needed to reduce exposure for people living ne... read more
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