Data from: Health impact assessment of air pollution in Valladolid, Spain

Mario Cárdaba Arranz, María Fe Muñoz Moreno, Alicia Armentia Medina, Margarita Alonso Capitán, Fernando Carreras Vaquer & Ana Almaraz Gómez
Objective: to estimate the attributable and targeted avoidable deaths of outdoor air pollution by ambient PM10, PM2.5 and O3 according to specific WHO methodology. Design: health impact assessment. Setting:City of Valladolid, Spain (around 300.000 residents). Data sources: demographics; mortality; pollutant concentrations collected 1999-2008. Main outcome measures: attributable fractions (AFs); attributable and targeted avoidable deaths (ADs; TADs) per year for 1999 – 2008. Results: Higher TADs estimates (shown here) were obtained when assuming as “target” concentrations...
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