Publications

The publications are divided in four groups and placed in chronologic order. Papers with bold references are available as PDF-files.

Basic publications dealing with the MM questionnaires.

1. Andersson K, Fagerlund I, Bodin L, Ydreborg B. Questionnaire as an instrument when evaluating indoor climate. Healthy Buildings´88 Stockholm 1988;vol 1:139-146. Reference 1  
2. Andersson K, Fagerlund I, Larsson B. Reference data for questionnaire MM 040 NA – Indoor Climate (work environment). Report M5/90. Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Örebro University Hospital. Reference 2
3. Andersson K, Stridh G. The use of standardized questionnaires in BRI/SBS surveys. Levy F, Maroni M (eds). Pilot study on Indoor Air Quality. NATO/CCMS, Oslo, Aug 1991. Reference 3
4. Andersson K, Stridh G, Fagerlund I, Larsson B. The MM-questionnaires – A tool when solving indoor climate problems. Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Örebro University Hospital, Örebro, Sweden. 1993, (17 pages). Reference 4
5. Andersson K. Management of the sick building – investigation strategies. Proceedings of the International Symposium on New Epidemics in Occupational Health, Helsinki, 1994:117-120. Reference 5
6. Andersson K. Epidemiological Approach to Indoor Air Problems. Indoor Air 1998;Suppl.4:32-39.
7. Lahtinen M, Sundman-Digert C, Reijula K. Psychosocial work environment and indoor air problems: a questionnaire as a means of problem diagnosis. Occup Environ Med 2004;61:143-149.
8. Reijula K, Sundman-Digert. Assessment of indoor air problems at work with a questionnaire. Occup Environ Med 2004;61:33-38.

Other publications where the MM questionnaires have been used

1. Andersson K, Löfman O, Erlandsson B. A follow-up questionnaire study after restoring modern dwellings with SBS problems. Indoor Air 1990, Toronto 1990;Vol 1:563-568.
2. Schulz U, Andersson K, Stridh G. Indoor climate of a Swiss building evaluated with adapted Swedish questionnaires. Indoor Air 1990, Toronto 1990;Vol 1:647-650.
3. Sverdrup C, Andersson K, Andersson S. A comparative study of indoor climate and human health in 74 day care centers in Malmö, Sweden. Indoor Air 1990, Toronto 1990;Vol 1:651-655.
4. Norlén U, Andersson K, Högberg H. A survey of the indoor climate in the Swedish housing stock. Proceedings of Healthy buildings, Washington 1991:390-393.
5. Hill B. Craft BF, Burkart JA. Carbon Dioxide, Particulates, and Subjective Human Responses in Office Buildings Without Histories of Indoor Air Quality Problems. Appl Occup Environ Hyg 1992;7:101-111.
6. Andersson K, Norlén U, Fagerlund I, Högberg H, Larsson B. Domestic indoor climate in Sweden. Proceedings IAQ´92 Conference – Environment for people, San Francisco, 1992:35-38.
7. Norlén U, Andersson K. An indoor climate survey of the Swedish housing stock. (The ELIB study).The 6th International Conference in Indoor Air Quality and climate. Indoor Air, 1993:743-748.
8. Blom P, Skåret E, Levy F. The frequency of building related health complaints in Norway. The 6th International Conference in Indoor Air Quality and climate. Indoor Air, 1993; Vol 1:321-326.
9. Levy F, Blom P, Skåret E. Gender and hypersensitivity as indicators of indoor-related health complaints in a national reference population. The 6th International Conference in Indoor Air Quality and climate. Indoor Air, 1993; Vol 1:357-362.
10. Norlén U, Andersson K (Eds). The indoor climate in the Swedish housing stock. The Swedish Council for Building Research, D10: 1993. Reference 6
11. Stenberg B, Hansson Mild K, Sandström M, Sundell J, Wall S. A prevalence
study of the sick building syndrome (SBS) and facial skin symptoms in office workers. Indoor Air 1993;3:71-81.
12. Sundell J, Lindvall T. Indoor air humidity and the sensation of dryness as risk indicators of SBS. Indoor Air 1993;3:382-390.
13. Amaral-Mendes J, Andersson K, Lopes O, Teles I. O clima interior dos hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra. Resultados do “Questionnaire Örebro”. Arquivos do instituto nacional de saúde, 20-21. 1994/1995, 81-101.
14. Nordström K, Norbäck D, Akselsson R. Subjective Indoor Air Quality in Hospitals - The Influence of Building Age, Ventilation Flow, and Personal Factors. Indoor Environ 1995;4:37-44.
15. Nordström K, Norback D, Akselsson R. Influence of indoor air quality and personal factors on the sick bilding syndrome (SBS) in Swedish geriatric hospitals. Occup Environ Med. 1995;52(3):170-176.
16. Andersson K, Högberg H, Tolstoy N. Relation between technical measurements and the occupants´perception of air dryness in domestic buildings in Sweden. In: Morawska L, Bofinger ND, Maroni M, editors. Indoor Air – An Integrated Approach. Brisbane: Australia, Elsivier, 1995:227-230.
17. Andersson K, Högberg H, Waller N. Effect of non-technical factors on perception of indoor air quality and climate. Results of the ELIB study. In: Maroni M, editor. Healthy Buildings ´95. Milano: 1995:403-408.
18. Andersson K, Norlén U. Indoor climate and health effects. The indoor climate in the Swedish housing stock. In: Flatheim G, Berg K, Edvardsen K, editors. Indoor Air Quality in Practice. Moisture and Cold Climate Solutions. Oslo, 1995:23-28.
19. Norlén U, Andersson K. Indoor climate in Swedish dwellings. In: Maroni M, editor. Healthy Buildings ´95. Milano: 1995:393-401.
20. Stridh G, Andersson K. The effect of different restoring measures in a domestic area with servere indoor climate problems. In: Marawska L, Bofinger ND, Maroni M, editors. Indoor Air – An Integrated Approach. Brisbane: Australia, Elsevier, 1995:247-250.
21.Kähkönen E, Zitting A, Airo E, Valkonen J, Leikas M. Internet Questionnaire and Real-Time Indoor Air Quality Monitoring. Indoor Built Environ 1997;6:331-336.
22. Kemp P, Dingle P, Neumeister H. Particulate Matter Intervention Study: A Causal Factor of Building-Related Symptoms in an Older Building. Indoor Air 1998;8:153-171.
23. Welling I, Kähkönen E, Lahtinen M, Valkonen J, Lampinen J, Varsta M, Kostiainen T. Real Time Indoor Air Monitoring System and Analysis Method. Am J Ind Med, 1999;Suppl.:51-54.
24. Andersson K, Fagerlund I, Norlén U, Nygren M. The association between SBS symptoms and the physical and psychosocial environment of school personnel. Proceedings Indoor Air 99, London, 1999;Vol 5:360-365. Reference 7
25. Andersson K, Fagerlund I, Dahm B, Nygren M. Allergic disease among immigrant children in a Swedish metropolitan area. Proceedings Indoor Air 99, London, 1999; Vol 5:439-444. Reference 8
26. Lindgren T, Norbäck D, Andersson K, Dammström BG. Cabin environment and perception of cabin air quality among commercial aircrew. Aviat Space Environ Med 2000;71:774-782.
27. Andersson K, Fagerlund I and Dahm B. Can an easily recognised odour “mask” the perception of irritation substances in indoor air? – A case report. Proceedings of Health Buildings 2000, Helsinki, 2000;Vol 1:107-108. Reference 9
28. Rudblad S, Andersson K, Stridh G, Bodin L and Juta JE. The prevalence of symptoms, mucosal sensitivity and atopy among teachers and students in a remediated damp school. Procedings Healthy Buildings 2000, Helsinki, 2000;Vol 3:379-384.
29. Mizoue T, Reijula K, Andersson K. Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Overtime Work as Risk Factors for Sick Building Syndrome in Japan. Am J of Epidemiol 2001;154:803-808.
30. Richardson G, Harwood DJ, Eick SA, Dobbs F, Rosén KG. Reduction of fine airborne particulates (PM3) in a small city centre office, by altering electrostatic forces.The Science of the Total Environment 2001;269:145-155.
31. Lindgren T, Andersson K, Dammström B-G. Ocular, nasal, dermal and general symptoms among commercial airline crews. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 2002;75:475-483.
32. Andersson K, Bodin L, Fagerlund I, Aslaksen W. The perceived physical and psychosocial climate in Swedish schools from 1989 to 2000 – a database analysis. Proceedings Indoor Air 2002, Monterey USA, 2002;Vol 2:296-300. Reference 10
33. Andersson K, Stridh G, Fagerlund I, Aslaksen W. The perception of dust and dirt in Swedish school environments. Proceedings Indoor Air 2002, Monterey USA, 2002;Vol 2:489-493. Reference 11
34. Andersson K, Stridh G, Fagerlund I, Aslaksen W, Rudblad S. Comparison of the perceived indoor climate and symptoms reported by students and personnel in 16 senior high schools in Sweden. Proceedings Indoor Air 2002, Monterey USA, 2002;Vol 3:399-403. Reference 12
35. Mizoue T, Andersson K, Reijula K, Fedeli C. Seasonal variation in perceived indoor environment and non-specific symptoms in a temperate climate. J Occup Health 2004;46:303-309.
36. Pesonen-Leinonen E, Tenitz S, Sjöberg AM. Surface dust contamination and perceived indoor environment in office buildings. Indoor Air 2004;14:317-324.
37. Amaral-Mendes J.J, Andersson K, Pombo V. The indoor climate at the University Hospital in Coimbra ten years after the first survey in 1995. Proceedings of Healthy building 2006, 2006;Vol.3:269-273. Reference 13
38. Lindgren T, Andersson K, Norbäck D. Perception of Cockpit Environment Among Pilots on Commercial Aircraft. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 2006;77(8):832-837.
39. Hellgren UM, Reijula K. Indoor-air-related complaints and symptoms among hospital workers. SJWEH 2006;Suppl. 2:47-49.
40. Andersson K, Fagerlund I, Aslaksen W. The perceived indoor climate in Swedish schools. Indoor air 2008, 17-22 august 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. Paper ID:458 (6 pp). Reference 14
41. Hellgren UM, Palomäki E, Lahtinen M, Riuttala H, Reijula K. Complaints and symptoms among hospital staff in relation to indoor air and the condition and need for repaires in hospital buildings. SJWEH 2008;Suppl. 4:58-63.
42. Morghen I, Turola MC, Forini E, Di Pasquale P, Zanatta P, Matarazzo T. Ill-lighting syndrome: prevalence in shift-work personnel in the anaesthesiology and intensive care department of three Italian hospitals. J Occup Med Tox 2009;4:6.

Other publications in the indoor climate program at the Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Örebro University Hospital

1.Falk J, Juto JE, Stridh G, Bylin G. Dose-response Study of Formaldehyde on Nasal Mucosa Swelling. A study on Residents with Nasal Distress at Home. Am J Rhinolgy, 1994;8:143-146.
2.Ohm M, Juto J-E, Andersson K. Does the nasal reactivity changes after removal from SBS domestic area to areas without SBS problems? Indoor Air – An Integrated Approach. Brisbane: Australia, Elsevier, 1995:227-230.
3.Ohm M, Juto J-E, Andersson K, Bodin L. Nasal histamine provocation of tenants in a sick-building residential area. Am J Rhinol 1997;11:167-175.
4.Lindgren T, Norbäck D, Andersson K, Dammström BG. Subjective air quality, cabin air quality (CAQ) and medical symptoms in aircraft crew. Proceedings Indoor Air 99, London, 1999;Vol 4:1001-1006.
5.Rudblad S, Andersson K, Stridh G, Bodin L, Juto J-E. Persistent increased sensitivity of the nasal mucous membranes several years after exposure to an indoor environment with moisture problems. Proceedings Indoor Air 99, 1999,Vol 5:489-494.
6.Mizoue T, Reijula K, Yamato H and Andersson K. Environmental tobacco smoke and control program in Japanese municipal workplaces. Proceedings Healthy Buildings 2000, Helsinki, 2000;Vol 2:101-106.
7.Rudblad S, Andersson K, Stridh G, Bodin L, Juto J-E. Nasal Hyperreactivity among Teachers in a School with a Long History of Moisture Problems. Am J of Rhinol 2001; 15:135-141.
8.Stridh G, Andersson K, Juto J-E, Hempel Jörgensen A, Kjaergaard SK, Mölhave L. Effects on nasal mucosa during experimental exposure to mixtures of aldehydes and alcohols – a climate chamber study on humans. Proceedings Indoor Air 2002, Monterey USA, 2002;Vol 2:630-635.
9.Kjaergaard SK, Hempel-Jörgensen A, Mölhave L, Andersson K, Juto J-E, Stridh G. Eye trigeminal sensitivity, tear film stability, and conjunctival epithelium damage in 182 non-allergic, non-smoking danes. Proceedings Indoor Air 2002, Monterey USA, 2002;Vol 4:388-393.
10.Rudblad S, Andersson K, Bodin L, Stridh G, Juto J-E. Nasal mucosal histamine reactivity among young students and teachers, having no or prolonged exposure to a deteriorated indoor climate. Allergy 2002;57(11):1029-1035.
11.Rudblad S, Andersson K, Stridh G, Bodin L, Juto J-E. Slowly decreasing mucosal hyperreactivity years after working in a school with moisture problems. Indoor Air 2002;12:138-144.
12.Frisk M, Blomqvist A, Stridh G, Sjödén PO, Kiviloog. Occupational therapy adaption of the home environment in Sweden for people with asthma. Occup Therapy Int. 2002;9:294-311.
13.Gustafsson D, Andersson K. Effects of indoor environmental factors on development of atopic symptoms in children followed up to 4 years of age. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2004;18:17-25.
14.Rudblad S, Andersson K, Stridh G, Bodin L, Juto J-E. Nasal histamine reactivity among adolescents in a remediated moisture-damaged school - a longitudinal study. Indoor Air 2004;14:342-350.
15.Rudblad S. Nasal mucosal reactivity after long-time exposure to building dampness. Thesis. Karolinska University Hospital, Huddinge and Örebro University Hospital, Örebro. 2004.
Reference 18
16.Kjaergaard SK, Hempel-Jörgensen, Mölhave L, Andersson K, Juto JE, Stridh G. Eye trigeminal sensitivity, tear film stability and conjunctival epithelium damage in 182 non-allergic, non-smoking Danes. Indoor Air 2004;14:200-207.
17.Rudblad S, Andersson K, Stridh G, Bodin L, Juto JE. Nasal mucosal histamine reactivity among teachers six years after working in a moisture damaged school. Scand J Work Environ Health 2005;31(1):52-58.
18.Zhiwei Pan, Lars Mølhave, Søren K. Kjærgaard, Torben Sigsgaard, Jan-Erik Juto, Kjell Andersson, Göran Stridh. Ocular effects in humans by experimental exposures to different types of dust. Johanning E (ed). Proceedings of the 5th International Bioaerosol Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA, September 10-12, 2003. Fungal Research Group Foundation, Inc., 2005:162-169.
19.Andersson K, Fagerlund I, Aslaksen W. Can the parents give a reliable assessment of the children´s school environment? Abstracts for Indoor Air 2005, Indoor Air 2005;15(Suppl. 11):214.
20.Andersson K, Ydreborg B, Fagerlund I, Aslaksen W. Socio-economic factors, lifestyle and personal attitudes influence reports of SBS symptoms in questionnaire surveys. Proceedings Indoor Air 2005, Beijing, China, 2005:3736-3740. Reference 15
21.Rudblad S, Andersson K, Bodin L, Stridh G, Juto JE. Dry and crusty nasal mucosa as a sign of increased sensitivity to environmental pollution. Proceedings Indoor Air 2005, Beijing, China, 2005, 2005:478-482. Reference 16
22.Bodin L, Andersson K, Mølhave L, Bønløkke JH, Kjaergaard S, Sigsgaard T, Stridh G, Juto J-E, Bonefeldt-Jörgensen EC, Pan Z, Jayatissa MN. Symptom reports from groups with different sensitivity of the mucous membranes in a climate chamber study. Abstracts for Indoor Air 2005, Indoor Air 2005;15(Suppl. 11):7.
23.L Mølhave, SK Kjærgaard, T Sigsgaard, G Stridh, K Andersson and J-E Juto. Effects of Dust From Water Damaged Buildings. Abstracts for Indoor Air 2005, Indoor Air 2005;15(Suppl. 11):5.
24.S Kjaergaard, T Sigsgaard, L Mölhave, G Stridh, K Andersson, J-E Juto. Prediction of SBS symptoms in office workers. Abstracts for Indoor Air 2005, Indoor Air 2005;15(Suppl. 1):211).
25.Frisk M, Arvidsson H, Kiviloog J, Ivarsson AB, Kamwendo K, Stridh G. An investigation of the housing environment for persons with asthma and persons without asthma. Scand J Occup Therapy 2006;13:4-12
26.Bönlökke J, Stridh G, Sigsgaard T, Kjaergaard S, Löfstedt H, Andersson K, Bonefeld-Jörgensen E, Jayatissa M, Bodin L, Juto JE, Mölhave L. Upper-airway inflammation in relation to dust spiked with aldhehydes or glucan. Scand J Work Environ Health 3006;32(5):374-382.
27.Andersson K. Examining building-related symptoms in clinical practice. Scand J Work Environ Health 2008;Suppl 4:50-53.
28.Mølhave L, Sigsgaard T, Kjærgaard SK, Andersson K, Stridh G, Bodin L, Schlünssen V, Juto JE. Dose-response relations for sensory effects caused by airborne office dust with added Glucan. Indoor air 2008, 17-22 august 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. Paper ID:218.
29.Sigsgaard T, Bodin L, Mølhave L, Schlünssen V, Kjærgaard SK, Andersson K, Stridh G, Juto JeE. STUDY DORES: The effect of exposure to glucan spiked dust on bronchial responsiveness and eNO. Indoor air 2008, 17-22 august 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. Paper ID:330.
30.Warg LE, Andersson K, Stridh G. Risk communication is an efficient tool when assessing buildings with suspected indoor climate problems. Indoor air 2008, 17-22 august 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. Paper ID:464.
31.Bønløkke J, Mølhave L, Kjærgaard SK, Sigsgaard T, Andersson K, Stridh G,Bodin L, Juto JE. Determinants of susceptibility to nasal effects of exposures to dust spiked with glucan or aldehydes. Indoor air 2008, 17-22 august 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. Paper ID:526.
32.Nilsson A, Mølhave K, Stridh G. Chemical compounds in indoor dust. Indoor air 2008, 17-22 august 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. Paper ID:407.
33.Andersson K. Indoor climate and health: what do we really know? Indoor air 2008, 17-22 august 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark. Paper ID:We9K1. Key note lecture. Referens 17
34.Mølhave L, Pan Z, Kjærgaard SK, Bønløkke J, Juto JE, Andersson K, Stridh G, Löfstedt H, Bodin L, Sigsgaard T. Effects on human eyes caused by experimental exposure to office dust with addition of aldehydes or glucan. Indoor Air 2009;19:68-74.
35.Bodin L, Andersson K, Bønløkke J, Mølhave L, Kjærgaard SK, Stridh G, Juto JE, Sigsgaard T. Nasal hyper­responders and atopic subjects report different symptom intensity to air quality: a climate chamber study. Indoor Air 2009;19:218-25.
36.Frisk M, Stridh G, Ivarsson AB, Kamwendo K. Can a housing environment index establish associations between indoor risk indicators and clinical tests in person with asthma? Int J Environ Health Research. 2009;1(6):389-404.
37. Stridh G, Andersson K, Gunnarsson LG (eds). Exposure to micro organisms – scientific needs for risk evaluation. A Seminar with Nordic experts October 28-30, 2008, Örenäs, Sweden. Reference 19

Additional publications

1.Stenlund T, Liden E, Andersson K, Garvill J, Nordin S. Annoyance and health symptoms and their influencing factors: A population-based air pollution intervention study. Public Health 2009;123:339-345.

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