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Table 3 Associations between major non-carbonaceous PM components and trace elements and diastolic blood pressure

From: PM2.5-induced cardiovascular dysregulation in rats is associated with elemental carbon and temperature-resolved carbon subfractions

Component Effect (mmHg) SEM p-value Change per 1 ng/m3 CI (lower, upper) IQR (ng)
Uranium 15.22 7.44770 0.0434 2.29, 149.9 0.20
Rubium 0.146 0.05426 0.0081 0.0045, 0.0294 8.65
Crustal 0.076 0.03098 0.0153 5E-04, 0.0042 32.50
Manganese 0.006 0.00294 0.0465 3E-07, 4E-05 291.50
Aluminum 0.002 0.00098 0.0407 5E-08, 2E-06 1636.00
Potassium 0.0017 0.00072 0.0157 2E-07, 2E-06 1566.00
Magnesium 0.0014 0.00073 0.0487 5E-09, 2E-06 1590.00
Iron 0.0005 0.00023 0.0264 1E-08, 2E-07 4903.00
  1. Data are expressed as change in response (effect) per IQR of pollutant, and per 1 ng/m3.