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Table 1 Personal exposure to particles from cooking fumes and personal characteristics of the twenty-four volunteers who participated in the study.

From: Short term exposure to cooking fumes and pulmonary function

Group and subject number Personal Exposure mg/m3 Sex* Age (Years) Height (cm) Weight (Kg) Current cold Known allergy Current medication
A 1 13.8 F 24 173 65 No No No
  2 14.4 M 25 193 105 No No No
  3 14.9 F 24 163 61 No No Yes
  4 13.9 F 21 152 45 No No No
  5 18.9 M 24 183 90 Yes No No
  6 20.8 F 22 166 66 No Yes Yes
  7 24.1 M 26 193 95 No No No
  8 24.4 M 28 177 75 No No No
  9 15.4 M 26 184 76 No Yes No
  10 32.9 M 25 172 67 Yes No No
  11 23.7 M 25 187 74 No No No
  12 16.7 M 24 187 84 Yes Yes No
All group A mean (SD) 19,5 (5,9) 50% female 24.5 (1.8) 177.5 (12.7) 75.3 (16.4) 25% 25% 17%
B          
  13 33.1 F 24 172 65 No No Yes
  14 43.2 M 23 185 73 Yes Yes No
  15 50.1 F 21 165 65 Yes No No
  16 32.8 F 21 162 49 No Yes Yes
  17 53.2 F 24 166 85 No No Yes
  18 31.9 M 23 187 86 No Yes No
  19 38.6 F 19 170 58 No No No
  20 31.2 M 31 176 78 No No No
  21 52.5 M 21 165 68 No Yes Yes
  22 44.8 M 25 171 63 No No No
  23 47.3 M 22 169 63 Yes Yes Yes
  24 54.9 M 23 180 95 No No Yes
All group B mean (SD) 42,8 (9,0) 42% female 23.1 (3.0) 172.3 (8.1) 70.7 (13.2) 25% 42% 50%
All 24 mean (SD) 31,1 (14,0) 46% female 23.8 (2.5) 174.9 (10.8) 73.0 (14.7) 25% 33% 33%
  1. F = female, m = male