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 Title & Authors
Scientific Evidences of Thirdhand Smoke
Lee, Ki-Young;
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 Abstract
Tobacco smoking and secondhand smoke exposure are linked to a number of adverse health outcomes. There is a new concept of thirdhand smoke that is residual tobacco smoke contamination remained after the cigarette is extinguished. This paper reviews published studies examining the residual tobacco smoke. Tobacco smoke can be attached to various surfaces and reemitted to air for long period of time. The dynamic process can allow thirdhand smoke exposure to tobacco smoke without direct exposure to secondhand smoke. One critical evidence of the thirdhand smoke exposure was significantly high urinary cotinine level of infant who did not have direct secondhand smoke exposure. Potential exposure to new and more potent chemicals generated from chemical reactions between residual tobacco smoke and ambient air pollutants can get more attention. Considering toxicity and exposure route, children are uniquely susceptible to thirdhand smoke exposure. The review provides strong background information for thirdhand smoke but warrant more researches on this issue.
 Keywords
thirdhand smoke;surface sorption;residue;children;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
자녀와 학부모의 간접흡연예방 연계교육 프로그램의 효과,신성례;정구철;김희수;

보건교육건강증진학회지, 2011. vol.28. 3, pp.1-15
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