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OTHER HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS IN CHILDREN

 

269

   

 Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure by Nonsmoking Pregnant Women,

 

269

   

 Growth in Children,

 

271

   

 Chronic Ear Infections,

 

272

   

 Summary and Recommendations,

 

273

   

 References,

 

274

APPENDIXES

 

 

A.

 

Guidelines for Public and Occupational Chemical Exposures to Materials That Are Also Found in Environmental Tobacco Smoke

 

279

B.

 

Method of Combining Data From Studies of Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Lung Cancer

 

284

   

 Case-Control Studies,

 

284

   

 Prospective (or Cohort) Studies,

 

286

   

 Summing Over Studies,

 

287

   

 References,

 

288

C.

 

Adjustments to Epidemiologic Estimates of Excess Lung Cancer in Persons Exposed to Environmental Tobacco Smoke

 

289

   

 Using Cotinine Measurements to Correct Misreporting,

 

290

   

 References,

 

293

D.

 

Risk Assessment—Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Lung Cancer
James Robins

 

294

   

 Introduction,

 

294

   

D-1   Estimation of the True Relative Risk,

 

297

   

D-2   The Carcinogen-Equivalent Number of Actively Smoked Cigarettes Inhaled Daily by Passive Smokers: Comparisons of Epidemiologic with Dosimetric Estimates,

 

301

   

D-3   Estimating the Number of Lung Cancer Deaths in Nonsmokers in 1985 Attributable to ETS,

 

304

   

D-4   Lifetime Risk of Death From Lung Cancer Attributable to ETS,

 

306

   

 Discussion,

 

311

   

 Technical Discussions,

 

313

   

 References,

 

336



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