Pesticide Use during the Gulf War: A Survey of Gulf War Veterans

By Ronald D. Fricker Jr.; Elaine Reardon et al. | Go to book overview

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S.1 Use of Personal Pesticides by Formxviii
S.2 Use of Personal Pesticides by Imputed Active Ingredientxix
S.3 Use of Field Pesticides by Formxx
S.4 Average Frequency of Use and Percentiles for Frequency of Use Among Those Who Took PB Pillsxxiii
1.1 Pesticides Used or Potentially Used During ODS/DS5
2.1 Survey Instrument Outline10
2.2 Possible Pesticides Used in Different Types of Situations12
2.3 Survey Response Rates15
2.4 Sample and Population Demographics16
3.1 Percentage of Gulf War Veterans Who Reported Seeing Each Type of Pest for the Total Population and by Service21
3.2 Percentage of Gulf War Veterans Who Used Each Form of Personal Pesticide for the Total Population and by Service22
3.3 Percentage of Gulf War Veterans Who Used or Observed the Use of Each Form of Field Pesticide for the Total Population and by Service22
3.4 Tabulations for the Use of Personal Sprays by Self23
3.5 Tabulations for the Use of Personal Liquids by Self26
3.6 Tabulations for the Use of Personal Lotions by Self27
3.7 Tabulations for the Use of Personal Powders by Self28
3.8 Tabulations for the Use of Flea or Tick Collars by Self29
3.9 Tabulations for the Use of Other Personal Products by Self31

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Table xi
  • Summary xv
  • Acknowledgments xxvii
  • Acronyms xxix
  • A Note on Trade Names xxxi
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Chapter Two - Survey and Sample Description 7
  • Chapter Three - Survey Results 19
  • Chapter Four - Living Conditions and Variations in Pesticide Use 43
  • Chapter Five - Potential Misuse or Overuse of Pesticides 57
  • Appendix A - Main Survey Instrument 69
  • Appendix B - Definition of the Sampling Frame and Sample 75
  • Appendix C - Analytic Methods 95
  • Appendix D - Evaluating Recall Bias 107
  • References 117
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