Biannual estimates were available from validated land-use regression (LUR) models generated for SAPALDIA
and represented exposure during the recruitment period of 2010-2011.
The estimated prevalences of MS, MZ, SZ, SS, and ZZ genotypes in the SAPALDIA
cohort are 5.
is a population-based cohort study conducted in eight geographic areas in Switzerland.
, models for PM were only available for one study area (Lugano, Switzerland).
received funds from the The Swiss National Science Foundation (33CSCO134276/1, 33CSCO-108796, 3247BO-104283, 3247BO104288, 3247BO-104284, 3247-065896, 3100-059302, 3200-052720, 3200-042532, and 4026-028099); the Federal Office for Forest, Environment and Landscape; and several Federal and Cantonal authorities.
In ECRHS, SAPALDIA
, and EGEA, objective asthma-related traits were available.
(Swiss study on Air Pollution and Lung Disease in Adults) is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation; the Federal Office for Forest, Environment and Landscape; the Federal Office of Public Health; the Federal Office of Roads and Transport; the cantonal governments of Aargau, Basel-Stadt, Basel-Land, Geneva, Luzern, Ticino, and Zurich; the Swiss Lung League; and the Lung Leagues of Basel-Stadt/Basel-Landschaft, Geneva, Ticino, and Zurich.
study (Swiss Study on Air Pollution and Lung Diseases in Adults) similarly demonstrated slower age-related declines in [FEV.
Both are subpopulations of the SAPALDIA
cohort study (Swiss Cohort Study on Air Pollution And Lung Diseases In Adults) (Martin et al.
Automated oscillometric devices (AODs) were used in nine cohorts: DCH, HUBRO, 60-year-olds, EPIC-MORGEN, EPIC-Prospect, EPIC-Oxford, HNR, SAPALDIA
, and REGICOR.
(Swiss Study on Air Pollution and Lung Disease in Adults) study first showed in a cross-sectional analysis that individually assigned S[O.
is a population-based study of the long-term effect of air pollution on respiratory health in the Swiss adult population, as previously described in detail (Ackermann-Liebrich et al.