- Cost-consequence analysis of multimodal interventions with environmental components for pediatric asthma in the state of MarylandMandeep S Jassal
Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA
J Asthma 50:672-80. 2013..Applied environmental strategies for asthma control are often expensive, but may save longer-term healthcare costs. Whether these savings outweigh additional costs of implementing these strategies is uncertain...
- Correlation of ambient pollution levels and heavily-trafficked roadway proximity on the prevalence of smear-positive tuberculosisM S Jassal
Department of Pediatrics, Children s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Public Health 127:268-74. 2013..This preliminary study hypothesizes that individuals who reside proximal to elevated pollutant exposures are likely to have a greater burden of disease--as evidenced by sputum smear-positive TB...