- Secondhand smoke exposure in the nonsmoking section: how much protection?David L Bohac
Center for Energy and Environment, Minneapolis, MN 55401, USA
Nicotine Tob Res 15:1265-72. 2013..Secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure continues to be a problem in bars and restaurants where smoking is permitted. This study measures the relative SHS exposure reduction in nonsmoking sections of establishments that allow some smoking...
- Secondhand smoke transfer and reductions by air sealing and ventilation in multiunit buildings: PFT and nicotine verificationD L Bohac
Center for Energy and Environment, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Indoor Air 21:36-44. 2011..Nicotine was transferred at only one-sixth the rate of PFTs. Involuntary exposure to SHS can be reduced but not eliminated by modifying existing, occupied multiunit buildings...
- Change in indoor particle levels after a smoking ban in Minnesota bars and restaurantsDavid L Bohac
Center for Energy and Environment, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Am J Prev Med 39:S3-9. 2010..Several studies have also reported improved indoor air quality, although these studies generally used single visits before and after a ban for a convenience sample of venues...