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タイトル: 科学的エビデンスに基づく『新シックハウス症候群に関する相談と対策マニュアル(改訂新版)』を作成して
その他のタイトル: New Scientific Evidence-based Public Health Guidelines and Practical Manual for Prevention of Sick House Syndrome
著者: 岸, 玲子 著作を一覧する
吉野, 博 著作を一覧する
荒木, 敦子 著作を一覧する
西條, 泰明 著作を一覧する
東, 賢一 著作を一覧する
河合, 俊夫 著作を一覧する
大和, 浩 著作を一覧する
大澤, 元毅 著作を一覧する
柴田, 英治 著作を一覧する
田中, 正敏 著作を一覧する
増地, あゆみ 著作を一覧する
湊屋, 街子 著作を一覧する
アイツバマイ, ゆふ 著作を一覧する
キーワード: sick building (house) syndrome
indoor air quality
aldehydes & VOC
evidence-based manual for prevention
発行日: 2018年 5月31日
出版者: 日本衛生学会 = The Japanese Society for Hygiene
誌名: 日本衛生学雑誌 = Japanese Journal of Hygiene
巻: 73
号: 2
開始ページ: 116
終了ページ: 129
出版社 DOI: 10.1265/jjh.73.116
抄録: Recently, we have published a book containing evidence-based public health guidelines and a practical manual for the prevention of sick house syndrome. The manual is available through the homepage of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare ( It is an almost completely revised version of the 2009 version. The coauthors are 13 specialists in environmental epidemiology, exposure sciences, architecture, and risk communication. Since the 1970s, health problems caused by indoor chemicals, biological pollution, poor temperature control, humidity, and others in office buildings have been recognized as sick building syndrome (SBS) in Western countries, but in Japan it was not until the 1990s that people living in new or renovated homes started to describe a variety of nonspecific subjective symptoms such as eye, nose, and throat irritation, headache, and general fatigue. These symptoms resembled SBS and were designated "sick house syndrome (SHS)." To determine the strategy for prevention of SHS, we conducted a nationwide epidemiological study in six cities from 2003-2013 by randomly sampling 5,709 newly built houses. As a result 1,479 residents in 425 households agreed to environmental monitoring for indoor aldehydes and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). After adjustment for possible risk factors, some VOCs and formaldehyde were dose-dependently shown to be significant risk factors. We also studied the dampness of the houses, fungi, allergies, and others. This book is fully based on the scientific evidence collected through these studies and other newly obtained information, especially from the aspect of architectural engineering. In addition to SHS, we included chapters on recent information about "multi-chemical sensitivity."
記述: ミニ特集 住環境における健康リスク要因とそのマネジメント
資料タイプ: article (author version)
出現コレクション:雑誌発表論文等 (Peer-reviewed Journal Articles, etc)

提供者: 荒木 敦子


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