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Table 5 Adjusted ORa for atrial fibrillation onset in two-pollutant modelb using case-crossover study in Taiwan during 2006–2011

From: Atrial fibrillation hospitalization is associated with exposure to fine particulate air pollutants

PollutantDayORa(95% CI)
PM2.5 adj. CO11.43(1.14–1.79)
21.18(0.94–1.47)
30.94(0.75–1.18)
40.87(0.70–1.09)
51.00(0.83–1.20)
1–51.39(1.03–1.86)
PM2.5 adj. NO11.19(1.01–1.41)
21.13(0.95–1.34)
31.00(0.84–1.19)
40.95(0.81–1.13)
51.00(0.85–1.18)
1–51.27(0.97–1.66)
PM2.5 adj. NO211.33(1.10–1.61)
21.25(1.03–1.52)
31.09(0.89–1.33)
40.98(0.81–1.18)
51.03(0.85–1.25)
1–51.57(1.14–2.18)
PM2.5 adj. SO211.25(1.03–1.52)
21.21(0.99–1.47)
31.11(0.91–1.36)
40.96(0.79–1.16)
51.01(0.83–1.23)
1–51.42(1.03–1.96)
PM2.5 adj. O311.22(1.02–1.45)
21.14(0.95–1.36)
30.98(0.81–1.78)
40.96(0.80–1.15)
50.98(0.82–1.18)
1–51.25(0.93–1.68)
PM2.5 adj. O3, max 8 hr11.30(1.07–1.57)
21.15(0.95–1.40)
31.00(0.82–1.22)
40.95(0.79–1.56)
51.04(0.86–1.27)
1–51.37(0.99–1.91)
  1. aOR calculated for an interquartile range increases of PM2.5 (26.2 μg/m3), CO (0.2 ppm), SO2 (1.9 ppb), NO (2.2 ppb), NO2 (8.5 ppb), NOx (9.6 ppb), O3 (14.3 ppb), O3* (26.2 ppb) and PM10 (42.5 μg/m3)
  2. bAll models adjusted for temperature and relative humidity