SAPALDIASwiss Study on Air Pollution and Lung Disease in Adults
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Similarly, Eze et al., in a Swiss SAPALDIA study of 2,631 participants, did not adjust for [PM.sub.2.5], reporting that they found no association between [PM.sub.2.5] and incident diabetes, but they did adjust for N[O.sub.2] despite lack of association between N[O.sub.2] and diabetes incidence (Eze et al.
Schindler, C., Keidel, D., Gerbase, M.W., Zemp, E., Bettschart, R., Brandli, O., Brutsche, M.H., Burdet, L., Karrer, W., Knopfli, B., Pons, M., Rapp, R., Bayer-Oglesby, L., Kunzli, N., Schwartz, J., Liu, L.J., Ackermann-Liebrich, U., Rochat, T., & SAPALDIA Team.
(66) years of age in change in annual mean Switzerland [PM.sub.10] (SAPALDIA cohort) Chestnut et al.
Peak flow variability in the SAPALDIA study and its validity in screening for asthma-related conditions.
(144.) Dietrich DF, Gemperil A, Gaspoz J-M, Schindler C, Liu SL-J, Gold DR, Schwartz J, Rochat T, Barthelemy JC, Pons M, Roche F, Probst Hensch NM, Bridevaux PO, Gerbase MW, Neu U, Ackermann-Liebrich U, SAPALDIA Team.
Based on samples from the Swiss Cohort Study of Air Pollution and Lung Disease in Adults (SAPALDIA) (7, 8), we cross-sectionally examined the associations between SERPINA1 genotypes and serum AAT [less than or equal to] 1.13 g/L in the general population.
Furthermore, in the Swiss Cohort Study on Air Pollution and Lung and Heart Diseases in Adults (SAPALDIA) cohort, decline in [PM.sub.10] over time was associated with a reduction in chronic cough and phlegm (Schindler et al.
The study was approved by the ethics boards of the eight SAPALDIA study communities, and all participants signed informed consent.
Ambient air pollution was associated with incident asthma in a follow-up study of never smokers in the Swiss Study on Air Pollution and Lung Disease in Adults (SAPALDIA) cohort (41 cases) (Kunzli et al.
The aim of the present study was to examine the cross-sectional association of long-term home outdoor exposures to different sizes of PM: [PM.sub.10] ([less than or equal to] 10 [micro]m in aerodynamic diameter), [PM.sub.2.5] ([less than or equal to] 2.5 [micro]m in aerodynamic diameter), and UFP (< 0.1 [micro]m in aerodynamic diameter) and different sources of [PM.sub.2.5] (vehicular and crustal) with CIMT measured in the third examination of the Swiss Cohort Study on Air Pollution and Lung and Heart Diseases in Adults (SAPALDIA).
Data on blood levels of high-sensitivity CRP was available for five cohorts in Northern and Central Europe: the National FINRISK study in Finland, KORA (Cooperative Health Research in the Region of Augsburg) and HNR (Heinz Nixdorf Recall) in Germany, SAPALDIA (Swiss Study on Air Pollution and Lung and Heart Disease In Adults) in Switzerland, and TwinGene in Sweden.