These are exposure studies associated with the chemical and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Laurent O, et al. (2016).||In our statewide nested case-control study population, exposures to both primary and secondary pollutants were associated with an increase in preterm birth.||Aerosols | Ammonium Compounds | Arsenic | Calcium | Carbon | Chromium | Gasoline | Iron | Magnesium | Nitrates | Nitrogen Dioxide | Organic Chemicals | Ozone | Particulate Matter | Potassium | Strontium | Sulfates | Titanium | Zinc||Pregnant females||United States||air||Aerosols | Ammonium Compounds | Arsenic | Calcium | Carbon | Chromium | Gasoline | Iron | Magnesium | Nitrates | Nitrogen Dioxide | Organic Chemicals | Ozone | Particulate Matter | Potassium | Strontium | Sulfates | Titanium | Zinc||Details||Premature Birth|
|2.||Hao H, et al. (2016).||We investigated associations between 11 ambient air pollutants and the risk of preterm birth in Georgia (U.S.) from 2002-2006; several pollutants were associated with preterm birth, and associations tended to be higher for mothers with low educational attainment and African-American mothers.||race | socioeconomic status||Air Pollutants | Vehicle Emissions||Pregnant females||United States||air, ambient||Ammonium Compounds | Carbon | Carbon Monoxide | Nitrates | Nitrogen Dioxide | Ozone | Particulate Matter | Soot | Sulfates | Sulfur Dioxide||Details||Premature Birth|
|3.||Wichmann J, et al. (2014).||In the cold period, locally generated particulate matter and days with limited local dispersion affected acute myocardial infarction hospitalizations, indicating importance of local emissions from e.g. traffic.||Ammonium Compounds | Nitrates | Particulate Matter | Soot | Sulfates||Subjects with disease:Myocardial Infarction||Sweden||air||Ammonium Compounds | Nitrates | Particulate Matter | Soot | Sulfates||Details||Myocardial Infarction|
|4.||Goldman GT, et al. (2010).||Ambient air pollutant measurement error due to instrument imprecision and spatial variability is characterized and its impacts on health risk estimates are assessed.||Carbon | Carbon Monoxide | Nitrates | Nitric Oxide | Nitrogen Dioxide | Ozone | Particulate Matter | Quaternary Ammonium Compounds | Soot | Sulfates | Sulfur Dioxide||United States||air||Carbon | Carbon Monoxide | Nitrates | Nitrogen Dioxide | Ozone | Particulate Matter | Quaternary Ammonium Compounds | Soot | Sulfates | Sulfur Dioxide||Details|
|5.||Brevard TA, et al. (2003).||In this study, we addressed the need for more information on chemical exposures in the workplace and found that working youths are at a higher risk of acute occupational disinfectant related illness than are adults.||Disinfectants | Halogens | Phenols | Quaternary Ammonium Compounds||Children||United States||Details||Acute Disease | Occupational Diseases|
|6.||Peng RD, et al. (2009).||Ambient levels of elemental carbon (soot) and organic carbon were associated with the largest risks of emergency hospitalization for cardiovascular and respiratory diseases across the major chemical constituents of fine particulate matter PM2.5 in the US.||Particulate Matter||United States||air, ambient||Ammonium Compounds | Carbon | Nitrates | Silicon | Sodium | Soot | Sulfates||Details||Cardiovascular Diseases | Respiration Disorders|