Affiliation: Don Monti Division of Medical Oncology
- Air pollution, blood pressure, and their long-term associations with mortalityFrederick W Lipfert
Inhal Toxicol 15:493-512. 2003..We conclude that associations between mortality and air quality are not mediated through blood pressure, nor vice versa...
- Infant mortality and air pollution: a comprehensive analysis of U.S. data for 1990F W Lipfert
Roth Associates, Inc, Rockville, Maryland, USA
J Air Waste Manag Assoc 50:1350-66. 2000..There was no indication of a role for outdoor PM2.5, but possible contributions from indoor air pollution sources cannot be ruled out, given higher SIDS rates in winter, in the north and west, and outside of large cities...
- Daily mortality in the Philadelphia metropolitan area and size-classified particulate matterF W Lipfert
EPRI, Palo Alto, California, USA
J Air Waste Manag Assoc 50:1501-13. 2000..Although peak O3 seemed to exhibit the most consistent mortality responses, this finding should be confirmed by analyzing separate seasons and other time periods...
- Temporal and spatial relations between age specific mortality and ambient air quality in the United States: regression results for counties, 1960-97F W Lipfert
Environmental Consultants, 23 Carll Court, Northport, New York 00768, USA
Occup Environ Med 59:156-74. 2002..To investigate longitudinal and spatial relations between air pollution and age specific mortality for United States counties (except Alaska) from 1960 to the end of 1997...
- The Washington University-EPRI Veterans' Cohort Mortality Study: preliminary resultsF W Lipfert
Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Washington University School of Medicine, Division of Hypertension, St Louis, Missouri, USA
Inhal Toxicol 12:41-73. 2000....
- Commentary on the HEI reanalysis of the Harvard Six Cities Study and the American Cancer Society Study of Particulate Air Pollution and MortalityFrederick Lipfert
23 Carll Ct, Northport, New York 11768, USA
J Toxicol Environ Health A 66:1705-14; discussion 1715-22. 2003
- PM2.5 constituents and related air quality variables as predictors of survival in a cohort of U.S. military veteransF W Lipfert
Inhal Toxicol 18:645-57. 2006..Pending resolution of these issues, including replication in other cohorts, it will be difficult to formulate additional cost-effective pollution control strategies that are likely to benefit public health...
- Vehicular traffic effects on survival within the Washington University-EPRI veterans cohort: new estimates and sensitivity studiesF W Lipfert
Consultant, Northport, New York, USA
Inhal Toxicol 20:949-60. 2008..These results imply that the true uncertainties in cohort studies may exceed those indicated by the confidence intervals from a single modeling approach...
- Air pollution and survival within the Washington University-EPRI veterans cohort: risks based on modeled estimates of ambient levels of hazardous and criteria air pollutantsFrederick W Lipfert
J Air Waste Manag Assoc 59:473-89. 2009..Because of their wider distributions of estimated exposures, risk estimates based on emissions and atmospheric dispersion models tend to be more precise than those based on local ambient measurements...