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The Association between Air Pollution and Outpatient and Inpatient Visits in Shenzhen, China

Yachuan Liu, Shanen Chen, Jian Xu, Xiaojian Liu, Yongsheng Wu, Lin Zhou, Jinquan Cheng, Hanwu Ma, Jing Zheng, Denan Lin, Li Zhang, Lili Chen
2018 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
To investigate the effects of ambient air pollution on health, a time series analysis of daily outpatient and inpatient visits in 2015 were conducted in Shenzhen (China).  ...  The findings in present study indicate that even in Shenzhen, a less polluted area in China, significant associations exist between air pollution and daily number of overall outpatient and inpatient visits  ...  These research studies were conducted to assess health impact of air pollution on specific diseases.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph15020178 pmid:29360738 pmcid:PMC5858253 fatcat:gzs3upyd3ndbtlqp5cgy4zvgp4

Impact of Ozone Pollution on Human Health and Economic Loss Assessment

Liu Qian
2021 International Journal of Accounting, Finance and Risk Management  
This study evaluates the impact of O 3 pollution on human health and economic loss in Shenzhen from 2006 to 2018 by using the relative risk model, benefit conversion method, and disease cost method.  ...  The problem of ozone (O 3 ) pollution in the air has become increasingly prominent in recent years, and the health effects of O 3 pollution on people have attracted more attention.  ...  rate from 2006 to 2018, and uses the relative risk model and other evaluation methods to evaluate the impact of O 3 pollution on human health and economic loss in Shenzhen in the past 13 year.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijafrm.20210604.11 fatcat:ucwfb4jtd5f57agfouq2wuna7y

An Integration Method for Regional PM2.5 Pollution Control Optimization Based on Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review

Bingkui Qiu, Min Zhou, Yang Qiu, Yuxiang Ma, Chaonan Ma, Jiating Tu, Siqi Li
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The major goal of this study is to evaluate the mortality rate attributed to PM2.5 pollution and design pollution mitigation schemes in a southern district of China through a two-objective optimization  ...  The effective application of this model in the Nanshan District of Shenzhen City, China, is expected to serve as a basis for similar work in other parts of the world in the future.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19010344 pmid:35010605 pmcid:PMC8750964 fatcat:2y4wlh3agbcd3arcyu5hbl6kka

Spatiotemporal characteristics and health effects of air pollutants in Shenzhen

Yongsheng Wu, Fengying Zhang, Yu Shi, Eva Pilot, Lanyu Lin, Yingbin Fu, Thomas Krafft, Wuyi Wang
2016 Atmospheric pollution research  
There were approximately 39 days of air pollution in Shenzhen. NO 2 was the third major air pollutant.  ...  In this study, spatiotemporal patterns and health effects in all-cause mortality of air pollutants (CO, NO 2 , and SO 2 ) during 2013 in Shenzhen were investigated.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank all the staff members at the Shenzhen Centre for Disease Control and Prevention for their strong support of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apr.2015.07.005 fatcat:cohyqe6yavffzncccpfvt6uwuu

Assessing the health effects of extreme temperature and development of adaptation strategies to climate change in selected countries in the Asia-Pacific region

Liangliang Cheng, Cunrui Huang
2019 APN Science Bulletin  
The interaction of extreme temperature and air pollution also increased health risks.  ...  Future efforts should be taken to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of adaptation strategies for alleviating public health impacts of climate change in the Asia-Pacific region.  ...  Ethics approval was granted by the Ethics Committee of Sun Yat-sen University prior to data collection.Descriptive analysis of the meteorological, air pollutant and health outcome variables in different  ... 
doi:10.30852/sb.2019.854 fatcat:wrlvwycdpbczpbi5gcnsnasbqu

The difference in air pollutants in typical northern and southern CHINA coastal cities-Taking Shenzhen and Qingdao as examples

Chunliang Chen, Zike Zhao, Lirong Zhao, Bo Yang
2022 Revista Internacional de Contaminación Ambiental  
When the maximun index of ambient air quality was used to evaluate the above pollutants, the air pollutant in Shenzhen was NO2 from May to September and PM2.5 in other the months, but the pollutants in  ...  In 2018, four air pollutants in Qingdao and Shenzhen were comprehensively analyzed and evaluated according to the standards.  ...  In the future, Shenzhen should cooperate with Dongguan, Hong Kong, Macao, and other cities to explore the impact mechanism of mixed air pollutants on the respiratory tract to provide a theoretical basis  ... 
doi:10.20937/rica.54354 fatcat:gluamlfwdvhx5kjlpmhmjebvje

Using a Bayesian spatiotemporal model to identify the influencing factors and high-risk areas of hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) in Shenzhen

Xiaoyi He, Shengjie Dong, Liping Li, Xiaojian Liu, Yongsheng Wu, Zhen Zhang, Shujiang Mei, Arnau Casanovas-Massana
2020 PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases  
Studies have confirmed that socioeconomic factors and air pollution factors have an impact on the incidence of HFMD in Shenzhen, China.  ...  However, there have been few investigations of the effects of socioeconomic factors and air pollution factors on the incidence of HFMD.  ...  Conclusion Studies have confirmed that socioeconomic factors and air pollution factors have an impact on the incidence of HFMD in Shenzhen, China.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0008085 pmid:32196496 fatcat:r24zrqrmmrac3cusl7eyja4wfy

Ship Emission Impacts on Air Quality and Human Health in the Pearl River Delta (PRD) Region, China in 2015, with Projections to 2030

Chen Chen, Eri Saikawa, Bryan Comer, Xiaoli Mao, Dan Rutherford
2019 GeoHealth  
Ship emissions contribute to air pollution, increasing the adverse health impacts on people living in coastal cities.  ...  We estimated the impacts caused by ship emissions, both on air quality and human health, in 2015 and future (2030) within the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region of China.  ...  Lance Waller for their helpful comments on the paper. This study was funded by the Energy Foundation China with support from Bloomberg Philanthropies.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2019gh000183 pmid:32159047 pmcid:PMC7038890 fatcat:qvjhc2mkuza47gztahow2ycowq

A Modelling Study on PM2.5-Related Health Impacts from Climate Change and Air Pollution Emission Control — China, 2010s and 2040s

Jing Huang, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences, Peking University School of Public Health, Beijing, China, Heng Tian, Jiawei Wang, Teng Yang, Yiran Peng, Shaowei Wu, Tzung-May Fu, Guoxing Li, Beijing Goldwind Science & Creation Windpower Equipment Co., Ltd, Beijing, China, Ministry of Education Key Laboratory for Earth System Modeling, Department of Earth System Science, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Public Health, Xi'an Jiaotong University Health Science Center,Xi'an, Shaanxi, China (+1 others)
2021 China CDC Weekly  
functions (IER) for each cause of death, which have been used in a Global Burden of Disease study (6) and are based on studies of ambient air pollution, household air pollution, and second-hand smoke  ...  Table 1 showed the prediction of deaths and YLLs from main types of diseases associated with ambient PM 2.5 pollutions in different districts of China in the 2040s.  ... 
doi:10.46234/ccdcw2021.128 pmid:34594922 pmcid:PMC8422233 fatcat:ll6h3474fbcmziekvmn3ogeocu

The Impact of Air Pollution on Healthcare Expenditure for Respiratory Diseases: Evidence from the People's Republic of China

Li L, Du T, Zhang C
2020 Risk Management and Healthcare Policy  
The impact of different levels of air pollution on the health care–expenditure burden of disease was heterogeneous.  ...  Air pollution had a significant impact on health care–expenditure burden of respiratory diseases.  ...  We used different levels ofPM 2.5 to measure air pollution and microdata to evaluate the impact on the economic burden of respiratory diseases.  ... 
doaj:e975e11049724ebe91b10d0422696dc1 fatcat:smjkpoeagvagxlyqoragl4fw7u

Effect of Cold Spells and Their Different Definitions on Mortality in Shenzhen, China

Chengzhen Meng, Fang Ke, Yao Xiao, Suli Huang, Yanran Duan, Gang Liu, Shuyuan Yu, Yingbin Fu, Ji Peng, Jinquan Cheng, Ping Yin
2022 Frontiers in Public Health  
Based on the daily mortality data in Shenzhen from 2013 to 2017 and the meteorological and pollutant data from the same period, we quantified the effect of cold spells using eight different definitions  ...  The study aimed to find the most appropriate definition of the cold spell in Shenzhen and quantify the impact of cold spells on mortality.  ...  Effect of changes in season and temperature on cardiovascular mortality associated with nitrogen dioxide air pollution in Shenzhen, China. Sci Total Environ.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2021.817079 pmid:35141195 pmcid:PMC8818748 fatcat:rutrc7lnojd5hkjnxlpidwt5di

Association of heat exposure and emergency ambulance calls: A multi-city study

Li Yong-Hong, Ye Dian-Xiu, Liu Yue, Li Na, Meng Cong-Shen, Wang Yan, Wang Yu, Jin Xin, Bi Peng, Tong Shilu, Cheng Yi-Bin, Yao Xiao-Yuan
2021 Advances in Climate Change Research  
This study aimed to examine the impacts and burden of heat on EACs in China, quantify the contributions of regional modifiers, and identify the vulnerable populations.  ...  Evidence of the impact of ambient temperatures on emergency ambulance calls (EACs) in developing countries contributes to the improvement and complete understanding of the acute health effects of temperatures  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by the Special Foundation of Basic Science and Technology Resources Survey from the Ministry of Science and Technology of China (2017FY101201, 2017FY101206).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.accre.2021.06.001 fatcat:o6aexm25brezji7ubzxj7gmlum

Association between short-term exposure to air pollution and ischemic stroke onset: a time-stratified case-crossover analysis using a distributed lag nonlinear model in Shenzhen, China

Zhinghui Wang, Ji Peng, Peiyi Liu, Yanran Duan, Suli Huang, Ying Wen, Yi Liao, Hongyan Li, Siyu Yan, Jinquan Cheng, Ping Yin
2020 Environmental Health  
However, the association between air pollution and ischemic stroke remains ambiguous. A total of 63, 997 IS cases aged 18 years or above in Shenzhen were collected from 2008 to 2014.  ...  Difference from the vulnerability of males to extreme high-SO2, high-NO2 and low-O3, females were vulnerable to extreme high-PM10 and high-O3.  ...  Therefore, we conducted a study on the association between short-time exposure to air pollution and stroke in Shenzhen, an economically advanced and less polluted city of China.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12940-019-0557-4 pmid:31898503 pmcid:PMC6941275 fatcat:h7dmm2jrczhuheo3sswqsnx65y

Association between PM2.5 Exposure and All-Cause, Non-Accidental, Accidental, Different Respiratory Diseases, Sex and Age Mortality in Shenzhen, China

Junfang Cai, Chaoqiong Peng, Shuyuan Yu, Yingxin Pei, Ning Liu, Yongsheng Wu, Yingbin Fu, Jinquan Cheng
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
China is at its most important stage of air pollution control. Research on the association between air pollutants and human health is very important and necessary.  ...  Conclusions: PM2.5 can increase the risk of residents' mortality, even in places with less air pollution and developed economy in China.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16030401 fatcat:34kyapc55jcz5amixradoay67i

PM2.5: The culprit for chronic lung diseases in China

Tao Li, Rong Hu, Zi Chen, Qi-Yuan Li, Shou-Xiong Huang, Zhou Zhu, Lin-Fu Zhou
2018 Chronic Diseases and Translational Medicine  
Air pollution is a world public health problem. Particulate matter (PM), a mix of solid and liquid particles in the air, becomes an increasing concern in the social and economic development of China.  ...  This review will discuss the pathophysiology of PM2.5 in respiratory diseases, which are helpful for the prevention of air pollution and treatment of respiratory tract inflammatory diseases.  ...  Burden of air pollution The impact of air pollution on human health has been proved as an immense health burden in China.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cdtm.2018.07.002 pmid:30276364 pmcid:PMC6160608 fatcat:hpmgpb52sbh5tiffuafasxvnia
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