Abstract the authors assessed the relations between occupation and risk of developing asthma in adulthood in a 1997–2000 population-based incident case -control study of 521 cases and 932 controls in south finland the occupations were classified according to potential exposure to asthma-causing. A case-controlled study of the dietary intakes of subjects with asthma (n = 54, average age 2359 ± 96 y group 1) and healthy subjects (n = 54, average age 2707 ± 72 y group 2) using 3-d dietary intakes was undertaken fifty-four patients with asthma and healthy non-asthmatic subjects matched by age and sex were. Bronchodilator treatment and deaths from asthma: case-control study h ross anderson, jon g ayres, patricia m sturdy, j martin bland, barbara k butland, clare peckitt jennifer c taylor, christina r victor for the mortality and severe morbidity group of the national asthma task force abstract objective to investigate. To evaluate the association between recurrent wheezing and atopy, the asthma predictive index, exposure to risk factors, and total serum ige levels as potential factors to predict recurrent wheezing methods a case-control study with infants aged 6-24 months treated at a specialized outpatient clinic. Asthmatics: a case-control study a lindfors, m wickman, g hedlin, g pershagen, h rietz, s l nordvall abstract one hundred and ninety three children with asthma and 318 controls aged 1-4 years were evaluated for atopic heredity and exposureto possible indoor risk factors for asthma - for example.
A case-control study of 551 adult asthma cases and 551 gender- and age- matched controls was conducted in wuhan, china demographic information was obtained, and lung function was assessed the urinary concentrations of 22 metals were measured by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. Most of these studies 5, 8–11 have been based on birth cohort studies that have followed the children only to the age of 1 or 2 yrs, which makes them difficult to interpret given the transient nature of asthma-related symptoms in early age 12, 13 a case–control study of prevalent asthma reported an association between. Abstract china is the most populous country in the world few studies, however, have been conducted there to investigate the risk factors for childhood asthma a population-based case-control study was conducted in shunyi county, people's republic of china, in january 1999 and march 2001 to.
Materials and methods a cross-sectional case-control study was performed with 228 children and adolescents aged 3-17 years, consultants to the children's hospital in rabat, from january to april 2015 selected children were divided into two equal groups of asthmatics and controls the asthma group (n=114) included. 2department of pulmonary medicine, lhmc and ssk hospital new delhi, india lifestyle factors and asthma in india — a case-control study the authors declare no financial disclosure abstract introduction: there has been a recent trend of increasing prevalence of asthma in developing countries. The authors assessed the relations between occupation and risk of developing asthma in adulthood in a 1997– 2000 population-based incident case-control study of 521 cases and 932 controls in south finland the occupations were classified according to potential exposure to asthma-causing inhalants asthma risk was.
The authors aimed to evaluate the independent effects of 47 potential determinants (from the prenatal, perinatal, and childhood periods) of asthma development in children within the first 10 years of life from a canadian birth cohort of 26,265 children (1990–2002), a 2-stage case-control study was. Thorax 1999 dec54(12):1070-4 case-control study of hospital admission with asthma in children aged 5-14 years: relation with road traffic in north west london wilkinson p(1), elliott p, grundy c, shaddick g, thakrar b, walls p, falconer s author information: (1)environmental epidemiology unit, department of public. Aust n z j public health 200125(1):44-9 a case-control study of risk factors for asthma in new zealand children wickens k(1), crane j, kemp t, lewis s, d' souza w, sawyer g, stone l, tohill s, kennedy j, slater t, rains n, pearce n author information: (1)wellington asthma research group, wellington school of.
However, little is understood about associations between th2-low inflammatory cytokine profiles and risk of asthma in adults a case-control study of 910 adult asthma and 881 healthy controls was conducted inflammatory cytokines screening was undertaken by high-throughput protein microarray. The aim of this study was to identify occupational risk groups which might usefully be targeted for occupational asthma surveillance and control, using a community- based case-control approach data on previous and current occupations held by subjects were analyzed for 787 adult patients with bronchial asthma and 1591.