Aerosol Inhalation: Recent Research Frontiers: Prodeedings Of The International Workshop On Aerosol Inhalation, Lung Tr by J.C. MarijnissenAerosol Inhalation: Recent Research Frontiers: Prodeedings Of The International Workshop On Aerosol Inhalation, Lung Tr by J.C. Marijnissen

Aerosol Inhalation: Recent Research Frontiers: Prodeedings Of The International Workshop On Aerosol…

byJ.C. MarijnissenEditorLeon Gradon

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A group of highly esteemed aerosol scientists - physicists, chemists, biologists and toxicologists - met in Warsaw in September, 1995, in order to discuss the latest developments in the field of aerosol health subjects, including inhalation, lung transport and deposition. The relationship of these subjects with the environment was also addressed.
This book contains the proceedings of the Workshop and also documents the ensuing panel discussions.
Subject Index included.
Title:Aerosol Inhalation: Recent Research Frontiers: Prodeedings Of The International Workshop On Aerosol…Format:PaperbackDimensions:302 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.17 inPublished:September 20, 2011Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Foreword. Introduction. The Challenge of the Epidemiologic Evidence for Excess Mortality and Morbidity Associated with Atmospheric Aerosols; M. Lippman. A Mechanistic Approach to Assessing the Lung Cancer Risk of Diesel Exhaust and Carbon Black; R. McClellan. Measurement of Highly Concentrated Fine Aerosols; W. Szymanski. Lung Morphometry and Particle Transport and Deposition: Overview of Existing Models; W. Hofmann. The Behavior of Aerosols in the Human Nasal and Oral Airways, Including the Ultrafine Size Region; D. Swift. A Deposition Model for Fibres in the Deep Parts of the Lung Based on Similarities of Bead Beds and Human Lungs; J. Marijnissen, et al. Deposition of Hygroscopic Aerosol Particles in the Lungs; G. Ferron, B. Busch. The Influence of Charge on the Deposition Behavior of Aerosol Particles with Emphasis on Singly Charged Nanometer Sized Particles; B. Cohen, et al. Effects of Ultrafine Particles in the Lung and Potential Relevance to Environmental Particles; G. Oberdörster. Atmospheric Particulate Pollutants and Environmental Health, Physico-Chemical Standpoint; K. Spurny. Flow-Induced Mixing at Low Reynolds Number in an Expanding and Contracting Alveolus Model; Y. Otani, et al. The Influence of Normal and Pathological Inhomogeneities of the Lung Tissue son Particle Transport and Deposition; D. Orlicki, L. Gradon. Methods for Predicting Total Size Dependent Particle Collection Efficiencies with More than One Mechanism Acting; J. Gentry, N.C. Liu. The Retention of Inhaled Particles in the Human Respiratory System. Cytotoxic Effects; L. Gradon, A. Podgórski. Quantitative Fit Testing Techniques for Respirators Protecting the Human Respiratory System Against Environmental Aerosols; K. Willeke, D.-H. Han. Aerosol Delivery to the RespiratoryTract in Experimental Animals; M. Dahlbäck, et al. Experimental Investigation of Deposition and Fate of Particles: Animal Models and Interspecies Difference; R. Wolff. Pollen Grains, their Role in Allergy; G. Peltre. Atmosphere at Altitude, Another Approach; R. Roos. Panel Discussion. Keyword Index. List of Authors.