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ETS, environmental tobacco smoke

ETS, environmental tobacco smoke

report from a workshop on effects and exposure levels, March 15-17, 1983, University of Geneva, Switzerland

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Published by University of Geneva in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tobacco -- Physiological effect -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEnvironmental tobacco smoke., E.T.S., environmental tobacco smoke.
    Statementeditors R. Rylander, Y. Peterson, M.-C. Snella.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsRylander, Ragnar., Peterson, Y., Snella, M.-C., Workshop on Environmental Tobacco Smoke (2nd : 1983 : Geneva, Switzerland).
    The Physical Object
    Pagination152 p. :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22175538M
    ISBN 108716062582

    Reducing tobacco use and reducing exposure to environmental tobacco smoke are essential community and public health objectives (7). As part of the Healthy People initiative (7), goals have been developed to reduce tobacco-related morbidity and death by reducing exposure to ETS, decreasing tobacco-use initiation, and increasing tobacco. This comprehensive book examines the recent research investigating the characteristics and composition of different types of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) and discusses possible health effects of ETS.

    Secondhand smoke, passive smoking, side stream smoke, or environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) all refer to the same thing: the smoke exhaled by a smoker or given off by the burning end of a cigarette. Background: Children's exposure to other people's tobacco smoke (environmental tobacco smoke, or ETS) is associated with a range of adverse health outcomes for children. Parental smoking is a common source of children's exposure to ETS. Older children in child care or educational settings are also at risk of exposure to ETS.

    Chemical Listed Effective June 9, as Known to the State of California to Cause Reproductive Toxicity: Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) Meeting of the Science Advisory Board’s Developmental and Reproductive Toxicant (DART) Identification Committee - Environmental Tobacco Smoke. "Environmental Tobacco Smoke brings together in one source the studies on the nature and effects of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke. The book also probes the role of the political and legal systems in regulating individual behavior, the exposure risks, and the health consequences of ETS.


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ETS, environmental tobacco smoke Download PDF EPUB FB2

This chapter summarizes the contents of the various chapters of this book. The main focus of the book is on environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), which is also known as secondhand smoke.

ETS is a controversial reality that sometimes must be addressed in heating, ventilating, and. Environmental Tobacco Smoke also probes the role of the political and legal systems in modifying behaviors, exposure risks, and health consequences of ETS.

The book also summarizes the role of antioxidant supplements in lowering ETS damage and the usefulness of animal models in refining the precision of studies.

International Consultation on Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) and Child Health. Responding to the Declaration on Children's Environmental Health of the Environment Leaders of the Eight (G8) 1, WHO convened an International Consultation on Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) and Child Health in Geneva, Switzerland from 11 to 14 January The Consultation brought together experts.

Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) refers ETS exposure to tobacco smoke – not from your smoking, but from being exposed to someone environmental tobacco smoke book cigarette, cigar, or pipe smoke. ETS ETS also be described as the material in indoor air that originates from tobacco smoke. Breathing in ETS is known as passive smoking, second-hand smoke, or involuntary.

Is the complex mixture of chemicals formed from the smoldering of a tobacco product; smoke exhaled by the smoker, smoke that escapes while the smoker inhales, and some vapor-phase components that diffuse into the environment. To date, over 50 compounds in ETS have been identified as carcinogens.

Secondhand smoke exposure. Secondhand smoke, also known as environmental tobacco smoke, is exhaled by a person who is also comes from the lit end of tobacco products, like cigarettes and cigars. Secondhand smoke is a dangerous mixture of over 7, chemicals, including 70.

Mainstream smoke (MS) is the aerosol drawn into the mouth of a smoker from a cigarette, cigar, or pipe. Sidestream smoke (SS) is the aerosol emitted in the surrounding air from a smoldering tobacco product between puff-drawing.

SS is a major source of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), i.e., air pollution caused by the burning of tobacco products. Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS, “secondhand smoke”) has been defined as the smoke which non smokers are exposed to when they are in an indoor environment with smokers.

ETS has been shown to cause premature death and disease in children and adults who do not smoke, but are passively exposed to ETS [ 2 ]. There is increasing evidence linking environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure at homes to the development of asthma among adolescents.

Few studies have addressed this issue in the Middle Eastern countries including Kuwait. Therefore, this cross-sectional study assessed the prevalence of ETS exposure at home, prevalence of asthma and other respiratory conditions and examined the ETS.

According to a recent UCLA study, "Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Tobacco-Related Mortality in a Prospective Study of Californians" (reported in the British Medical Journal), environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is not as harmful as many anti-smoking activists study, which trackedindividuals over the course of thirty-eight years, found no significant correlation.

This comprehensive book examines the recent research investigating the characteristics and composition of different types of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) and discusses possible health effects of ETS.

The volume presents an overview of methods used to determine exposures to environmental smoke and reviews both chronic and acute health effects. Many recommendations.

Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) occurs in homes, at workplaces, and in public places. The acute irritating and noxious effects of involuntary exposure to ETS, or ''passive smoking,'' are well established.

Based in part on these irritating properties of ETS, a recent report of the NRC recommended a ban on smoking in the small enclosed spaces of airliner cabins (National Research Council, ).

Previous chapters have dealt with the formation and composition of tobacco sidestream smoke, its contribution to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), and the conditions that govern the physicochemistry and toxicity of ETS. Personal monitoring of exposure and analysis of the respiratory environment enable us to estimate the level of toxic agents for individuals exposed to ETS.

Environmental tobacco smoke (or ETS) is the mixture of smoke that comes from the burning end of a cigarette, pipe, or cigar, and smoke exhaled by the smoker. Composition and Measurement, Second Edition. Author: Roger A. Jenkins,Bruce Tomkins,Michael R. Guerin; Publisher: CRC Press ISBN: Category: Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Written by experts in the field, The Chemistry of Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Composition and Measurement, Second Edition compiles data on the properties of Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS.

Ventilation for Environmental Tobacco Smoke [Brian A Rock] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Odor and irritation play a prominent role in the quality of air when tobacco smoke (ETS) is present within a building.

Ventilation for Environmental Tobacco Smokewas written to educate companies about obstructed ventilation systems due to tobacco smoke within their facilities. ETS is generated when others burn tobacco products or exhale tobacco smoke near you. This is called second-hand, involuntary or passive smoking.

Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) - Proposition 65 Warnings Website. Abstract. Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is the material in indoor air which results from tobacco smoking.

Early work on the chemistry of ETS and on estimates of the resulting human exposure relied heavily on studies of sidestream smoke, on the characterization of highly contaminated environments, and on the use of contained experimental atmospheres.

When the exposure is via the air, as is the case with environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure to nonsmokers, the organs that are directly exposed include the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs.

Clinical, epidemiologic, and animal studies have shown, generally speaking, that air pollutants can have major health effects on the respiratory system. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has determined that environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is potentially carcinogenic to occupationally exposed workers.

Inthe Surgeon General issued the first report on smoking and health, which concluded that cigarette smoke causes lung cancer. This book evaluates methodologies in epidemiologic and related studies for obtaining measurements of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS). The book is divided into three parts.

The first part discusses physicochemical and toxicological studies of environmental tobacco smoke, including physicochemical nature of smoke and in vivo and in vitro assays of smoke.Environmental tobacco smoke exposure. Tobacco smoke contains >4, compounds, including >50 human and/or animal carcinogens and many irritant and toxic agents 6, ream smoke and sidestream smoke are qualitatively very similar, but the quantities of constituents differ due to different burning conditions ream smoke, emitted directly into the air during burning of a tobacco.Data Set Passive and Active Smoke Data are from subjects (first five rows shown here) in three groups: SMOKER includes subjects who are smokers, ETS includes unsmokers exposed to environmental tobacco smoke, NOETS includes nonsmokers not exposed to environmental tobacco smoke.