Effect of portable air filtration systems on personal exposure to fine particulate matter and blood pressure among residents in a low-income senior facility: A randomized clinical trial
JAMA Internal Medicine Sep 14, 2018
Morishita M, et al. - In this randomized, double-blind, crossover intervention study, researchers examined the effectiveness of air filtration at reducing personal exposures to fine particulate matter smaller than 2.5 μm (PM2.5) and attenuating related cardiovascular (CV) health effects among older adults in a typical urban US location (Detroit, Michigan). Findings showed that, among older adults living in a typical US urban location, short-term use of portable air filtration systems...
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