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The use of an unbalanced experimental design in studying the effects of smoking and race on lung function.
NIOSH 1973 May; :1-461
Report of a follow-up survey of 395 white and 184 nonwhite New York City transit workers tested 2-5 times over a 55 month period. The last lung function measurement minus the first is used as the response variable. The response is compared over several smoking categories. The fractional carbon-monoxide (630080) uptake and 1- second forced expiratory volume are used as the lung function variables.
NIOSH-Grant; Pulmonary-system-disorders; Smoking-habits; Lung-function-tests; Physiological-effects; Toxic-gases
Pub Health Admin & Epdemiol University of Minnesota 1158 Mayo Memorial Bldg Minneapolis, Minn 55455
Final Grant Report
NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio, Unpublished Report
NY; OH; MN
University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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