Objectives: To estimate the burden of respiratory ill health in South African children and adults in from exposure to indoor air pollution associated with household use of solid fuels. Design: World Health Organization comparative risk assessment (CRA) methodology was followed. The South African Census was used to derive the proportion of households using solid fuels Cited by: However, few studies have assessed stroke burden attributable to HAP globally and made comparisons across countries. We aimed to estimate the spatiotemporal trends in stroke burden and mortality attributable to household air pollution from solid fuels (HAP) in countries and territories from to
Jun 01, · A recent WHO report estimated that million persons a year die prematurely from illness attributable to household air pollution caused by the inefficient use of solid fuels and kerosene for cooking. 5 Estimates are based on the strength of the evidence, primarily meta-analyses of observational epidemiologic sexpert.xyz by: To estimate the burden of respiratory ill health in South African children and adults in from exposure to indoor air pollution associated with household use of solid fuels.
Attributable risk and potential impact of interventions to reduce household air pollution associated with under-five mortality in South Asia Sabrina Naz1*, Andrew Page1 and Kingsley Emwinyore Agho2 Abstract Background: Solid fuel use is the major source of household air pollution (HAP) and accounts for a substantial burden. Number of deaths attributable to household air pollution resulting from solid fuels for cooking. Evidence from epidemiological studies have shown that exposure to smoke from incomplete combustion of solid fuels is linked with a range of conditions including acute and chronic respiratory diseases.
Jan 18, · Solid fuel use is the major source of household air pollution (HAP) and accounts for a substantial burden of morbidity and mortality in low and middle income countries. To evaluate and compare childhood mortality attributable to HAP in four South Asian countries. A series of Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) datasets for Bangladesh, India, Nepal and . Estimating the burden of disease attributable to indoor air pollution from household use of solid fuels in South Africa in Norman R(1), Barnes B, Mathee A, Bradshaw D; South African Comparative Risk Assessment Collaborating sexpert.xyz by: