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:: Volume 13, Issue 42 (7-2013) ::
جغرافیایی 2013, 13(42): 103-125 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of Optimal Strategies Selection of Improvement and Renovation of Damaged Area Case Study: Central
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Abstract In this paper using descriptive and inferential statistics we tried to analyze and assess the impact of climate elements and air pollutants in Sanandaj. on the input rate of asthma and mortality we. Studied populations as the number of people admitted to the hospitals in 8-year period (2001-2008) for asthma and the number of deaths during the five-year period (2004-2008) for heart failure disease in the city of Sanandaj. Data on pollutants were supplied from the Environment Department (2008) and data on climateelements (2001-2008) were collected from the Meteorological organization of Sanandaj city. The results show that considering the weather elements in the model, each unit increase in average of minimum temperature of the elements, the average maximum relative humidity and prevailing wind speed woud cause increase in heart failure deaths, respectively, at 0.16 and 0.06. With of each unit increase in mean minimum temperature and maximum wind speed, 0.211 death units were increased while 0.360 units were decreased. So despite the pollutants per unit of temperature in the region 0.051 units regardless of the model were more or less the impact of mortality. Without entering pollutants in the model, the effectof average minimum relative humidity, average relative humidity, average wind speed and prevailing wind speed has respectively 0.160, -0.141, -0.632 and 0.198 values on the asthma admissions. By entering pollutants had climatic elements of the combined model, none of the elements and pollutants impacted on hospital admissions for asthma. MI mortality was significant in both sexes. The relationship between both sexes and admissions and ages was 0-20 and 21-40 and significant. In other words, unlike heart failure disease, the rate of asthma at the ages of less than 40 years was seen. In general, heart failure and asthma were respectively not dependent on gender and age.
Keywords: Climate and medicine, Climatic elements, Pollutant, Heart failure (MI) Mortality, Asthma admission, Sanandaj City.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2013/08/31 | Accepted: 2014/12/4 | Published: 2014/12/4
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