Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research


The main indicators of the health of children and adolescents in residential zone of the facility for disposal of rocket engines

Year: 2014, volume 10 Issue: №4 Pages: 725-727
Heading: Health Service Organization Article type: Original article
Authors: Tarakanova S.Y.
Organization: Central children's clinical hospital of biomedical agency

Aim: to evaluate the health of the children population in the area of the site location for disposal of rocket engines solid fuel. Material and methods. Analyzed the official reporting form health institutions for the period 2010-2011. Statistical processing of data was carried out generally accepted for such research methods. Results. The lack of influence of the enterprise on the health of children and adolescents. The number of healthy children ranged from 26.0 per cent to
39.5%. The main cause of morbidity in children is diseases of the nervous system and mental disorders, and congenital anomalies. Conclusion. Operation of installations for the disposal of rocket engines solid fuel according to the official reporting forms medical institutions has no effect on child health.

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Formation of an organizational framework for the medical and economic analysis of the resort


The aim of the article is to provide medical and economic analysis of the resort at the present stage and to identify ways to optimize. Material and methods: medical and statistical, analytical, medical and economic analysis, experimental. Results. The study identified the main ways to improve the activity of a sanatorium, set the direction of optimization activities in order to improve its health and economic efficiency. Conclusions. Carried out in the study assessment of medical and economic efficiency of the sanatorium, has allowed to develop a set of proposals to optimize the cost management of the sanatorium in the global crisis, resulting in the period of the experiment reached medico-social and economic efficiency by reducing the number of violations on the basis of quality EKMP (15.2%), increasing the effectiveness of the institution (16.7%), reducing economic losses (18.9%).

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