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JCR. 2020; 7(10): 975-980


Enhancing Indoor Air Quality (IAQ): Review

Shalini Srivastava, Harsh Mahajan.

Abstract
The world's greatest public health threat has been air pollution as per a recent WHO report, an unprecedented 12.6 million fatalities worldwide from harsh conditions. The results indicate a closer association among interior and exterior air emissions sensitivity and medical disorders, including explosions and cardiac hemorrhagic attacks, and environmental damage and leukemia in the present research. Carbon emissions, like acute lung and respiratory illness, is considered to play its part in the growth of lung illnesses. Latest stats feel too bad more about impacts of interior and exterior domestic toxic substances (HEPs), although both enclosed and external toxins affect human health. The WHO position statement on HAP or wellbeing shows that nearly 3.5 million early deaths each year are attributed to exposures to air pollution, like stroke, hemorrhagic heart disease , chronic obstructive respiratory disorder and lung disease. The application of cleaning agents including filters is among the possible approaches to improve the efficiency of ambient air. This report has explored the impact of air pollution with a special focus on pollutants as well as the impact of air purifiers on changes in indoor environmental quality.

Key words: Air Filters, Air Pollution, Cardio Respiratory Health, HEPA, Household Indoor Pollutants (HAP), Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Pollutants, Volatile Organic Compounds



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