Effects of Phthalate Exposure in House Dust on Non-Communicable Diseases in the Elderly

Authors

  • Narisara Sripo Department of Community Nursing, Faculty of Nursing HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science, Chulabhorn Royal Academy
  • Thanate Tienthong Department of Community Nursing, Faculty of Nursing HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science, Chulabhorn Royal Academy
  • Orawan Kaewboonchoo Department of Public Health Nursing, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University

Keywords:

Pollutant exposure, Plasticizers, Elderly, Non-communicable diseases, Phthalate

Abstract

The causes of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are multiple and varied. Over the past decade, however, environmental pollution has been identified as another cause of non-communicable diseases. Continued exposure to chemicals in plastics causes human health problems. Phthalate is a chemical that increases plastic softness and flexibility and can be found in a diverse range of industrial products and consumer goods. Because phthalate has no covalent bond with plastic, phthalate easily is released from plastic products and may contaminate water, food or even the air inside houses. Humans and animals can come into contact with phthalate from house dust in many ways. Previous studies have shown correlations between phthalate and undesirable health outcomes. When humans, particularly older adults who spend most of their time at home, come into contact with phthalate continually, this causes effects on non-communicable diseases, which are likely to increase. Therefore, the main goal of this article is to present the effects of phthalate on non-communicable diseases among the elderly, particularly respiratory, metabolic and cardiovascular diseases.

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2022-07-22

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Sripo N, Tienthong T, Kaewboonchoo O. Effects of Phthalate Exposure in House Dust on Non-Communicable Diseases in the Elderly. J Chulabhorn Royal Acad [Internet]. 2022 Jul. 22 [cited 2022 Oct. 3];4(3):133-40. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jcra/article/view/254385

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