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Table 4 Percent change in daily mortality categories and CI 95% for each 10 μg/m3 increase (1 mg/m3 for CO). Santa Cruz de Tenerife

From: Air pollution and mortality in the Canary Islands: a time-series analysis

   Total Respiratory Heart diseases
Pollutant   % CI 95% % CI 95% % CI 95%
PM 10 -24 h a Lag01a 0.00 -1.53, 1.55 3.18 -1.55, 8.14 1.56 -1.77, 5.00
  DLM(05)b 0.15 -2.09, 2.45 4.94 -2.59, 13.06 4.08 -0.91, 9.32
PM 2.5 -24 h c Lag01 -0.68 -3.92, 2.67 2.30 -7.68, 13.36 3.24 -3.81, 10.80
  DLM(05) 0.69 -3.67, 5.25 7.4 -7.35, 24.49 3.46 -6.18, 14.10
SO 2 -24 h Lag01 -0.11 -2.34, 2.18 3.85 -3.11, 11.30 -1.22 -6.13, 3.94
  DLM(05) 1.44 -1.88, 4.87 12.47 1.07, 25.16 -0.88 -8.04, 6.85
NO 2 -24 h Lag01 0.03 -1.76, 1.85 3.41 -2.13, 9.26 0.37 -3.49, 4.38
  DLM(05) -0.90 -3.09, 1.34 2.36 -4.57, 9.79 0.60 -4.23, 5.68
CO-8 h Lag01 1.53 -3.25, 6.54 11.87 -3.69, 29.94 -2.35 -12.24, 8.65
  DLM(05) 0.03 -5.68, 6.08 -3.28 -20.96, 18.37 -0.43 -12.66, 13.50
O 3 -8 h d Lag01 -1.88 -4.64, 0.94 -4.91 -13.14, 4.09 0.03 -6.02, 6.45
  DLM(05) -1.56 -4.82, 1.82 -5.20 -15.18, 5.95 -0.84 -8.02, 6.90
  1. aLag01: Average of levels of air pollutant during concurrent day (lag 0) and previous day (lag 1).
  2. bDLM(05): Distributed lag model for lags 0 to 5.
  3. cPM2.5 only from 2001 to 2004
  4. d Ozone restricted to spring period: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: from February to May, Santa Cruz de Tenerife: from March to May