BibTex format

author = {Keidel, D and Maria, Anto J and Basagana, X and Bono, R and Burte, E and Carsin, A-E and Forsberg, B and Fuertes, E and Galobardes, B and Heinrich, J and de, Hoogh K and Jarvis, D and Kunzli, N and Leynaert, B and Marcon, A and Le, Moual N and de, Nazelle A and Schindler, C and Siroux, V and Stempfelet, M and Sunyer, J and Temam, S and Tsai, M-Y and Varraso, R and Jacquemin, B and Probst-Hensch, N},
doi = {10.3390/ijerph16111901},
journal = {International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health},
title = {The role of socioeconomic status in the association of lung function and air pollution - A pooled analysis of three adult ESCAPE cohorts},
url = {},
volume = {16},
year = {2019}

RIS format (EndNote, RefMan)

AB - Ambient air pollution is a leading environmental risk factor and its broad spectrum ofadverse health effects includes a decrease in lung function. Socioeconomic status (SES) is knownto be associated with both air pollution exposure and respiratory function. This study assesses therole of SES either as confounder or effect modifier of the association between ambient air pollutionand lung function. Cross-sectional data from three European multicenter adult cohorts were pooledto assess factors associated with lung function, including annual means of home outdoor NO2.Pre-bronchodilator lung function was measured according to the ATS-criteria. Multiple mixedlinear models with random intercepts for study areas were used. Three different factors (education,occupation and neighborhood unemployment rate) were considered to represent SES. NO2 exposurewas negatively associated with lung function. Occupation and neighborhood unemployment rateswere not associated with lung function. However, the inclusion of the SES-variable education improvedthe models and the air pollution-lung function associations got slightly stronger. NO2 associationswith lung function were not substantially modified by SES-variables. In this multicenter Europeanstudy we could show that SES plays a role as a confounder in the association of ambient NO2 exposurewith lung function.
AU - Keidel,D
AU - Maria,Anto J
AU - Basagana,X
AU - Bono,R
AU - Burte,E
AU - Carsin,A-E
AU - Forsberg,B
AU - Fuertes,E
AU - Galobardes,B
AU - Heinrich,J
AU - de,Hoogh K
AU - Jarvis,D
AU - Kunzli,N
AU - Leynaert,B
AU - Marcon,A
AU - Le,Moual N
AU - de,Nazelle A
AU - Schindler,C
AU - Siroux,V
AU - Stempfelet,M
AU - Sunyer,J
AU - Temam,S
AU - Tsai,M-Y
AU - Varraso,R
AU - Jacquemin,B
AU - Probst-Hensch,N
DO - 10.3390/ijerph16111901
PY - 2019///
SN - 1660-4601
TI - The role of socioeconomic status in the association of lung function and air pollution - A pooled analysis of three adult ESCAPE cohorts
T2 - International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
UR -
UR -
UR -
VL - 16
ER -