Susceptibility to Inhaled Pollutants

    Utell MJ, Frank R
    Published: 1989

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    STP 1024 is divided into 5 sections:

    • markers and mechanisms of susceptibility

    • characterizing the study groups and their responses

    • exercise and regional dosimetry

    • susceptible populations models

    • asthma and controlled clinical exposures to specific pollutants

    Table of Contents


    The Susceptible Individual: An Overview
    Brain J.

    The Influence of Responses in Susceptible Populations in Establishing Standards for Ambient Air Pollutants
    Lippmann M.

    Species and Individual Variations in Sensitivity to Lung Injury
    Crapo J.

    The Potential Use of Immunological Markers in Determining Individuals Susceptible to Inhaled Pollutants
    Koren H.

    Mechanisms of Airway Hyperresponsiveness
    Sheppard D.

    Overview on Characterizing Study Groups and Their Responses
    Bates D.

    Issues in the Selection of Subjects for Clinical and Epidemiological Studies of Asthma
    Samet J.

    The Distribution of Airways Responsiveness in Populations
    Weiss S.

    Individual Variability in the Magnitude of Acute Respiratory Responses to Ozone Exposure
    McDonnell W.

    Exercise and Regional Dosimetry: An Overview
    Gerrity T., McDonnell W., Miller F.

    Upper Airway Scrubbing at Rest and Exercise
    Kleinman M., Mautz W.

    Exercise and Regional Dosimetry: Factors Governing Gas Transport in the Lower Airways
    Ultman J.

    Aerosol Boluses
    Gebhart J., Scheuch G., Stahlhofen W.

    Childhood Factors Related Potentially to Respiratory Health in Adulthood
    Collier A., Henderson F.

    Susceptibility of Young and Aging Lungs to Inhaled Pollutants
    Mauderly J.

    Nutritional Status and Oxidants
    Last J.

    Evaluating Relationships Among Personal Risk Factors, Ambient Oxidant Exposure, and Chronic Respiratory Illness
    Hackney J., Linn W.

    Respiratory Infection and Oxidants
    Frampton M., Roberts N.

    Sulfur Dioxide-Induced Bronchoconstriction in Asthmatics Exposed for Short Durations Under Controlled Conditions: A Selected Review
    Folinsbee L., Horstman D.

    Acid Aerosols and Asthma: A Review
    Covert D., Koenig J., Pierson W.

    Ozone and Asthma
    Boushey H.

    Asthma and Nitrogen Dioxide: A Review of the Evidence
    Utell M.

    Reflections on the Symposium: Susceptibility to Inhaled Pollutants
    McClellan R.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D22

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1024-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5085-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1262-9

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