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Published by Dept. of Energy, [Office of the Assistant Secretary for Defense Programs], Sandia Laboratories, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Albuquerque, N.M, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ammonia -- Toxicity

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    StatementJo Anne Pigg ... [et al.], Industrial Hygiene Division 3311, Sandia Laboratories ; prepared by Sandia Laboratories for the United States Department of Energy under contract AT(29-1)-789
    SeriesSAND ; 78-0544
    ContributionsPigg, C. JoAnne, United States. Dept. of Energy, Sandia Laboratories
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14882947M

    This report addresses exposure to smoke from wildland and prescribed fires encountered by wildland firefighters. Smoke from vegetation as well as off-gasses from equipment such as chain saws, pumps, and drip torches are accounted for. Section II provides an overview of industrial hygiene science and techniques. Section III is a discussion and literature review of the Cited by: 2. Study Finds Kids At Risk Of Smoke Exposure Even In Smoke-Free Areas The Dangers Of Thirdhand Smoke To Your Child If you’ve ever rented a car or stayed in a hotel room previously occupied by a smoker, you’ve probably already smelled signs of thirdhand smoke.

      Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure Reduction in High-Risk Preteens The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been .   Researchers have identified third-hand smoke, the toxic residues that linger on indoor surfaces and in dust long after a cigarette has been extinguished, as a health hazard nearly 10 years ago.

      APPEARANCE: Clear, colorless to light yellow liquid at room e is a solid below 42°F (°C). DESCRIPTION: Benzene is used to make chemicals used in the manufacture of industrial products such as dyes, detergents, explosives, pesticides, synthetic rubber, plastics, and e is found in gasoline and .   Health risk associated with the exposure to the polluted atmospheric air inhalation was estimated for the residents of Kraków, Poland. The air pollution concentration data were obtained from the air-quality monitoring system of the city in – The carcinogenic risk of the studied subpopulations was not acceptable under the formula of C6H6 > BaP > As(PM10) Cited by: 8.


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The item A risk analysis of exposure to high concentrations of cold smoke, Jo Anne Pigg [and others], Industrial Hygiene DivisionSandia Laboratories ; prepared by Sandia Laboratories for the United States Department of Energy under contract AT() represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana.

Get this from a library. A risk analysis of exposure to high concentrations of cold smoke. [C JoAnne Pigg; United States. Department of Energy.; Sandia Laboratories.;]. A risk analysis of exposure to high concentrations of cold smoke / Jo Anne Pigg [and others], Industrial Hygiene DivisionSandia Laboratories ; prepared by Sandia Laboratories for the United States Department of Energy under contract AT() Defining the new field of exposure analysis, this book provides the basic tools needed to identify sources, understand causes, measure exposures, and Author: James Repace.

There is no risk-free level of exposure, with evidence suggesting that concentrations of SHS in outdoor environments can be elevated—even approaching levels measured in indoor environments, 12 although concentrations tend to return to background levels quickly after cigarettes are extinguished.

13 In Canada, municipalities and provinces have Cited by: 6. Secondhand smoke exposure and risk following the Irish smoking ban: An assessment of salivary cotinine concentrations in hotel workers and air nicotine levels in bars (microg/cubic metre.

Even though people have burned wood for millennia, we now know that wood smoke can impact the health of your family and others around you. It contains wood tars, gases, and soot, as well as chemicals like carbon monoxide, dioxins, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and fine particles.

Many of these are the same toxic substances found in tobacco smoke, and it is believed that. Study confirms the risk of exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke outdoors Tens of thousands of Americans die each year from secondhand tobacco smoke, according to a report by the U.S.

Surgeon. Environmental tobacco smoke. There has been increasing evidence that the exposure of adults and children to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is a general health hazard and exerts major deleterious effects on the cardio-respiratory system [2,36,60,4,66].In this respect, significant associations have been found between ETS for respiratory diseases such as adult and Cited by: 9.

specific exposure factor, such as cigarette smoke, HTN, high cholesterol, excessive stress, high noise levels, or an environmental chemical rate of occurrence (definitions - rate, ratio) - a rate describes an event, used to make comparisons b/w subgroups of.

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health assessed the acute respiratory effects of smoke exposure in 20 members of a National Park Service Interagency "Hotshot" Crew from Colorado. We collected questionnaire and spirometry data during the crew's preseason training session in May and for 10 days during a wildfire in Alaska in.

Some studies have shown an absence of excess cancer risk, 4 2 ~ 5 9 and others have shown excesses of lung, gastrointestinal, hematopoietic, and brain cancers.~° SUMMARY The most studied and best recognized chronic sequelae of exposure to fire smoke are in the respiratory system.

An association has been demonstrated between ambient particulate matter (PM and PM 10) concentrations and human morbidity/mortality. However, little is known regarding the most important sources of PM exposure, interpersonal and intrapersonal variability in exposure, and the relationship between personal exposure and ambient exposure estimates based on fixed site.

Although many studies have suggested that biomass smoke is a risk factor for COPD, the relationship between the two has not been firmly established. In particular, the extent of the association between exposure of biomass smoke and COPD in different populations, as well as the relationship between biomass smoke and cigarette smoke, is not by: Because of this reason, exposure to cigarette smoke (other than active smoking), which is called second-hand smoking or passive smoking, is suspected to be associated with high risk of lung cancer and other related health effects in non-smokers (Brownson et al.,Das, ).Cited by: A Screening-Level Assessment of the Health Risks of Chronic Smoke Exposure for Wildland Firefighters Thomas F.

Booze,1 Timothy E. Reinhardt,2 Sharon J. Quiring,2 of the exposure and risk to a human receptor regardless of whether it. Health Effects of Smoke Exposure due to Wildland Fires. How does smoke in the air affect my health.

How smoke conditions may affect your health is determined by a number of factors, such as the length of time you are exposed, how much air you breathe in, your health status and the concentration of smoke in the air.

Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is a major contributor to indoor air pollution. Since decades it is well documented that ETS can be harmful to human health and causes premature death and disease.

In comparison to the huge research on toxicological substances of ETS, less attention was paid on the concentration of indoor ETS-dependent particulate matter Cited by: 1,3-Butadiene Hazard Summary Motor vehicle exhaust is a constant source of 1,3-butadiene.

Although 1,3-butadiene breaks down quickly in the atmosphere, it is usually found in ambient air at low levels in urban and suburban areas. This meta-analysis summarizes the findings of 89 observational studies, encompassing a total of 57 BC cases, investigating the association between cigarette smoking and BC risk.

Smoking status and age at first exposure influence BC risk. Our findings support earlier reviews in indicating an increased risk of BC for cigarette by:. estimate the effects of low level carbon monoxide exposure on non-smokers in the home. As exposure above 9 ppm for longer than eight hours leads to COHb levels of above %, health effects might occur at such levels.

In the case of a malfunctioning gas heater, exposure would potentially occur for as long as the problemCited by:   Finally, we examined risk among nonsmokers (77 cases and controls) to control for the potential effects of N-nitrosamine exposure from cigarette smoke and observed an OR of (95 percent CI:) for the highest water nitrate exposure category.

Among the 16 anencephaly cases whose mothers smoked, none were in the highest water Cited by: declines with the increase in a person’s cumulative exposure to smoke, measured in pack-years (Dockery et al., ). Cigarette smoke produces pathological changes in the lungs of smokers by a number of different mechanisms (U.S.

Department of Health and Human Services, ). Cigarette smoke is toxic to the cilia that line theFile Size: 1MB.