By Prof. Dr. med. G. Boehm (auth.), Prof. G. Boehm, Ruth M. Leuschner PhD (eds.)
I Introduction.- Aerobiology — its prior and its future.- Philipp Herries Gregory, FRS, DSc (1907-1986).- II Airborne pollen and biometeorology.- 1. Lectures of normal importance.- Environmental impacts on deposition of airborne particles.- effect of inversion layers at the day-by-day pollen count number and at the allergic assaults of sufferers in Basel (Switzerland).- impacts of toxins and climate on obstructive breathing tract illnesses of youngsters in Berlin (West).- comparability of modern and quarternary pollen data.- Biometeorology and its relation to pollen count.- Correlation among aerobiological and phytogeographical investigations within the Florence sector (Italy).- 2. Airborne pollen in numerous countries.- Air sampling reviews in a tropical quarter. 4 yr results.- A learn of airborne pollen grains of Alexandria (Egypt).- Air borne pollen kinds of allergenic value in India.- Survey of atmospheric pollens in quite a few provinces of Thailand.- III Allergology and airborne particles.- 1. Lectures of normal significance: analysis and therapy.- Inhalative allergens.- dating of airborne pollen and spores to indicators at the pores and skin and mucous membranes of sufferers within the excessive altitude weather in Davos (Switzerland).- studies with the «Individual Pollen Collector» built by means of G. Boehm.- Airborne pollens and indicators in allergic sufferers present process immunotherapy.- 2. distinct allergens: Pollen.- tracking of atmospheric stipulations and forecast of Olive pollen season (Bari, Italy).- Pollen yield of 2 cvs. of Olea europaea L. («Manzanillo» and «Swan hill») (Tucson, Arizona).- Annual and day-by-day edition of pollen from Olea europea L. within the surroundings of Cordoba (Spain) alongside 12 months of sampling.- Chestnut pollen counts relating to sufferers pollinosis in Paris.- Pollen counts of ragweed and mugwort (Cour Collector) in 1984 measured at 12 meteorological facilities within the Rhone Bassin and surrounding areas (France).- Allergic reactivity to Parthenium hysterophorus pollen: An unrecognized variety I allergen.- three. diversified aeroallergens.- Aeroallergens in ny inner-city residences of asthmatics.- four. specific allergens: Fungus spores.- Indoor mould spore publicity: features of 127 houses in southern California with endogenous mould problems.- Intrinsic variability in airborne fungi: Implications for allergen standardization.- medical cross-reactions among a number of moulds with designated connection with Fusarium.- medical value of airborne Alternaria tenuis-spores: Seasonal signs confident pores and skin and bronchial problem assessments with Alternaria in matters with bronchial asthma and rhinitis.- incidence of Alternaria Nees ex Fr. in indoor and open air habitats in Cordoba (Spain).- Concentrations of airborne Botrytis conidia, and frequency of allergic sensitization to Botrytis extract.- five. designated allergens: Algae.- Microalgae as aeroplankton and allergens.- 6. targeted allergens: bugs and mites.- Sensitizations opposed to Tribolium confusum Du Val in sufferers with occupational and nonoccupational exposure.- Gibbium psylloides («mite beetle») as an inhalative allergen.- Investigations of allergen-containing airborne dirt and dust samples from the internal of the house.- residence airborne dirt and dust mite in numerous altitudes of Orisons (Switzerland.- Guanine dosage in condominium airborne dirt and dust samples and quantification of mite allergens.- IV Air, our environment.- 1. Lectures of common importance.- The quantitative importance of asbestos fibres within the ambient air.- The indoor asbestos challenge: evidence and questions.- results of non permanent publicity to ambient nitrogen dioxide concentrations on human bronchial reactivity and lung function.- Mutagenic and carcinogenic results of airborne particulate subject from polluted parts on human and rodent tissue cultures.- Modulation of pulmonary safeguard mechanisms by means of acute exposures to Nitrogen Dioxide.- Lysosome reaction and cytoskeleton alteration in mobile cultures uncovered to airborne lead.- 2. outdoors air.- wellbeing and fitness dangers from respirable dusts produced throughout the operation of huge harvesters.- The effect of meteorological and pollution components on acute illnesses of the airlines in little ones as illustrated through the Biel sector (Switzerland).- Airborne crystals of anhydrous Calcium Sulphate — a brand new air pollutant.- Goniometrie dirt measurements in the course of a sea voyage from the northern to the southern hemisphere, alongside the Antarctic coast, and at a coast station in Antarctica.- three. Indoor air.- Inquiries bought through the California indoor air caliber application on organic contaminants in buildings.- Microbial and mud toxins in non-industrial paintings places.- Filters of an airconditioning set up as disseminators of fungal spores.- The development sickness syndrome: Comparative stories in air conditioned and standard heated buildings.- Bioaerosols and place of work development air flow system.- Radon and its decay items within the indoor setting: Radiation publicity and chance estimation.- V Phytopathology.- Uniformity of airspora concentrations.- Ozone and acidic inputs into forests in Northwest USA.- results of acidic fog containing H2O2 at the sensitivity of agricultural plants to special fungal diseases.- unfold of Barley mould by way of wind and its importance for Phytopathology, Aerobiology and for Barley cultivation in Europe.- Falling behaviour of steriUzed and slept fruitefly and melonfly.- VI Microbiology.- Airborne unfold of microorganisms affecting animals.- development of mathematical versions for predicting the airborne unfold of foot-and-mouth disease.- positive particle aerosols in experimental Legionnaires’ illness: Their position in an infection and treatment.- the dimensions distribution of whirlpool-generated droplets, their skill to include micro organism and their disposition strength within the human respiration tract.- Bacterial atmospheric illness in wastewater therapy plants.- Airborne Gram destructive micro organism linked to the dealing with of household waste.- VII tools in aerobiology.- specific functions of the Burkard-Sampler for gathering airborne pollen and spores I. Semi-quantitative non-stop decision of dust-particles, soot, flue ash and so forth. which could turn on ailments of the respiration tract.- distinctive purposes of the Burkard-Sampler for accumulating airborne pollen and sporesII. list of radioactive airborne dirt and dust (after Chernobyl) within the air of Basel (Switzerland).- potency of a brand new sampler in sampling Betula pollen for antigen analyses.- assortment potency of 2 samplers for microbiological aerosols.- Microorganisme as organic symptoms of air pollution.- Statistical correlation of deposition facts on eight air pollution to lichen information in a small city in Switzerland.- equipment for each year comparisons of aeropalynological data.- airplane sampling of the higher airspora.- ways to lessen allergic results: removal of allergens (pollen, mites, indoor airborne dirt and dust, micro organism, gases etc.) from indoor air.
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Weather~, 110-114. Dr. , Via Castagnoli 1, 40126 Bologna, ITALY. Prof. of Florence Introduction We present the preliminary data of our research whose principal aims were: a)to check the correlation between aerobiological and phytogeographical data in our area; b)to clarify certain discordances,for example between the presence of some plants and the absence of their pollen at the trapping; c)to know for each taxon: 1)presence and abundance in the area; 2)flowering period (by phenological checking) especially for those families for which it is impossible to differentiate genera and/or species by optical microscope; d)finally,to select the allergen panel for testing in our area.
Vienna,Oct. 4. : 'Influence of inversion layers on pollen concentrations in the air and attacks of pollinosis'. Biometeorology ~, 19B1, P 225. Aknowledgement: This investigation has been partly supported (Dr. Ruth M. Leuschner and cando phil. II Chr. Brombacher) by the Swiss National Foundation for Scientific Research (Schweizerischer Nationalfonds zur Forderung wissenschaftlicher Forschung). Dermatologie/ Allergie, Hebelstrasse 20, CH-4031 Basel, Switzerland. Home address: Missionsstrasse 17 A, CH-4055 Basel, Switzerland EXS 51: Advances in Aerobiology ~1987 Brikhauser Verlag Basel INFLUENCES OF POLLUTION AND WEATHER ON OBSTRUCTIVE RESPIRATORY TRACT DISEASES OF CHILDREN IN BERLIN(WEST) E.
Comparison between Mean Values of Patients Rate of the ORTD and S02 Concentration at the 75% SAH of NK and RK Hospital: During the winter periods 75% of BLUME areas of the both 75% SAH with mean S02 concentrations exceeding the SAH average respectively coincided with relative morbidity above the mean value. 2. 05). 30 3. Mean Relative Increase of Patients Rate of the ORTD of the Supply Area NK in Relation to the Supply Area RK from Summer to Winter Level (SAH Quotient): The mean SAH quotient of the three-year-examination period indicates a relative increase of PR of the ORTD at NK amounting to 53% compared to the rate at RK in the course from summer to winter level.
Advances in Aerobiology: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Aerobiology, August 6–9, 1986, Basel, Switzerland by Prof. Dr. med. G. Boehm (auth.), Prof. G. Boehm, Ruth M. Leuschner PhD (eds.)