Ursula Krämer mostly deals with Pediatrics, Asthma, Environmental health, Environmental exposure and Allergy. Ursula Krämer has researched Pediatrics in several fields, including Odds ratio, Prevalence, Epidemiology, Early childhood and Cohort. Her Environmental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Incidence, Cohort study and FEV1/FVC ratio.
Her studies in Cohort study integrate themes in fields like Meta-analysis and Gestational age. Her study in Environmental exposure is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Respiratory tract infections and Otitis. All of her Allergy and Hay fever and Atopy investigations are sub-components of the entire Allergy study.
Ursula Krämer spends much of her time researching Environmental health, Pediatrics, Cohort study, Allergy and Asthma. Her work on Environmental exposure and Tobacco smoke as part of general Environmental health study is frequently linked to Pollutant, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her work focuses on many connections between Pediatrics and other disciplines, such as Epidemiology, that overlap with her field of interest in Public health.
As a member of one scientific family, Ursula Krämer mostly works in the field of Cohort study, focusing on Pregnancy and, on occasion, Endocrinology. Allergy is the subject of her research, which falls under Immunology. Her work in Asthma is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Incidence.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental health, Cohort, Pediatrics, Asthma and Environmental exposure. Her Environmental health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Allergic sensitization, Epidemiology, Adverse effect and Incidence. Her Cohort study incorporates themes from Interquartile range, Logistic regression and Breastfeeding.
Her research investigates the connection between Pediatrics and topics such as Odds ratio that intersect with issues in Confidence interval and Prospective cohort study. The various areas that Ursula Krämer examines in her Asthma study include Young adult, Allergy and Family medicine. Environmental exposure is closely attributed to Cohort study in her work.
Her main research concerns Environmental health, Environmental exposure, Pediatrics, Odds ratio and Pollutant. Her studies deal with areas such as Facial Dermatosis, Epidemiology, Cohort study and Atopic dermatitis as well as Environmental health. She interconnects Prospective cohort study, Incidence, Confidence interval and Asthma in the investigation of issues within Pediatrics.
The Asthma study combines topics in areas such as Relative risk and Adverse effect. Her research in Odds ratio intersects with topics in Interquartile range, Logistic regression, Allergy, Atopy and Cohort. In Allergy, Ursula Krämer works on issues like Gene–environment interaction, which are connected to Immunology.
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Effects of long-term exposure to air pollution on natural-cause mortality : An analysis of 22 European cohorts within the multicentre ESCAPE project
Rob Beelen;Ole Raaschou-Nielsen;Massimo Stafoggia;Zorana Jovanovic Andersen.
The Lancet (2014)
Chronic rhinosinusitis in Europe : an underestimated disease. A GA²LEN study
D Hastan;WJ Fokkens;Claus Bachert;RB Newson.
Atopic Diseases, Allergic Sensitization, and Exposure to Traffic-related Air Pollution in Children
Verena Morgenstern;Anne Zutavern;Josef Cyrys;Inken Brockow.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2008)
Development of NO2 and NOx land use regression models for estimating air pollution exposure in 36 study areas in Europe - The ESCAPE project
Rob Beelen;Gerard Hoek;Danielle Vienneau;Marloes Eeftens.
Atmospheric Environment (2013)
Age of entry to day nursery and allergy in later childhood
U Krämer;J Heinrich;M Wjst;H E Wichmann.
The Lancet (1999)
Asthma in adults and its association with chronic rhinosinusitis: The GA2LEN survey in Europe
Deborah Jarvis;Roger Newson;Jan Lotvall;Deniz Hastan.
Ambient air pollution and low birthweight: a European cohort study (ESCAPE)
Marie Pedersen;Lise Giorgis-Allemand;Claire Bernard;Inmaculada Aguilera.
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine (2013)
Environmental exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls and quality of the home environment: effects on psychodevelopment in early childhood
Jens Walkowiak;Jörg-A Wiener;Annemarie Fastabend;Birger Heinzow.
The Lancet (2001)
Long-term air pollution exposure and living close to busy roads are associated with COPD in women.
Tamara Schikowski;Dorothea Sugiri;Ulrich Ranft;Ulrike Gehring;Ulrike Gehring.
Respiratory Research (2005)
Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Incident Type 2 Diabetes: Results from the SALIA Cohort Study
Ursula Krämer;Christian Herder;Dorothea Sugiri;Klaus Strassburger.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2010)
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