To find out the role of vehicles in causing respiratory health problems . Objectives-
Making an analysis/ comparing health problems faced with vehicles. 2.
Bringing awareness in my area.
To arrive at a possible ways to reduce the vehicular pollution causing these problems. Methadology-
To fulfil my first objective I paid a visit to Government hospital. Over there I interviewed Dr Rekha this is how the interview proceeded- a)
Me- So doctor, can you please tell me about the respiratory problems in Lucknow. DR- yes , surely. I have worked in this field for quite a few years now but what i have noticed is that more problems have been reported since 2011, and has been drastically increasing. Me- What according to can be the cause of this increase?
DR- The population has increased and more people have started buying cars and other vehicles these days and the exaust from the cars and other vehicles is effecting the health of the people . Me- what kind of problems have been reported?
DR- Mainly the cases are of Asthama and allergies. In very rare cases, cases of lung cancer have been reported. Me- thanks a lot for your time doctor, it was very helpfull. b)
To collect some more information on this matter i looked up the internet and came across the following information- : The 8.68% rise in the number of vehicles during 2011-12 has taken its toll on city's ambient air quality. As a result, there is no let-up either in the air pollution or the noise pollution levels. The increase in the number of vehicles has also led to a rise in the concentration of fine particulate matter in the air. The ambient air quality assessment report released by the Indian Institute of Toxicology Research on Tuesday, shows rise in pollution levels for residential, commercial and industrial areas of the city. The Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (RSPM) level at nine monitoring locations was found to be higher than the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS)...
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