Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

working conditions

Analysis of working conditions of employees of Samara medical institutions

Year: 2018, volume 14 Issue: №3 Pages: 427-433
Heading: Hygiene Article type: Original article
Authors: Tupikova D.S.
Organization: Samara State Medical University
Summary:

Objective: an analysis of the conditions and nature of the work of public health workers in the city of Samara, according to their own research and the results of a special assessment of working conditions for the development of preventive measures. Material and Methods. The study analyzed the results of assessing the factors of the production environment, such as microclimate and illumination in 70 rooms of two large medical institutions of the city of Samara. An estimation of the qualitative and quantitative microbial composition of the air medium in the analyzed rooms was carried out. The analysis of registration cards for a special assessment of the working conditions of workplaces in the same organizations was carried out between 2012 and 2017. Results. In analyzing the conditions and nature of the work of medical workers, it was revealed that the final class of working conditions for doctors and nurses of surgical departments was 3.3, therapeutic 3.2 as a result of biological factors. At the same time, the air in the working area of the study rooms of the surgical and therapeutic sections differed significantly in the structure of the conditionally pathogenic microflora. Physical and chemical factors did not exceed the level of class 3.1-3.2. Conclusion. An analysis of the results of the studies showed the need to optimize ventilation in the residents and nurses, as well as the need to improve the quality of natural and artificial lighting. The expediency of standardization of the conditionally pathogenic microflora of the air environment in class «B» premises is shown.

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Laboratory assessment of the thyroid system in women working at concentrating factory

Year: 2013, volume 9 Issue: №2 Pages: 201-203
Heading: Hygiene Article type: Original article
Authors: Lozovaya E.V., Gaynullina М.К., Masyagutova L.M., Karimova L.K.
Organization: Ufa Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Health and Human Ecology
Summary:

The purpose of the article is to examine the state of thyroid system in workers of mining and processing plant, working in harmful conditions. Materials and Methods: The working conditions of 407 workers of concentrator (study group) and 128 women workers of energy department (control group). The level of thyroid stimulating hormone and free thyroxine, anti-thyroid peroxidase and thyroglobulin has been determined in 88 women-workers of the main group and 82 women workers of control group. 80 women-workers of main group have been examined on the iodine content in the hair. Results: It has been found that the conditions of workers at enrichment of copper-zinc ore are characterized by the influence of these chemical factors, dust, industrial noise, adverse climate. In the study of blood serum and hair decreased levels of iodine in their hair and deviations due to decrease of thyroid function, and strengthening of the body»s autoimmune processes have been revealed. Conclusion: Harmful working conditions in concentrating factory cause the risk of pathology of the thyroid gland.

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Hygienic characteristics of working conditions and their influence on biological age of women occupied in modern wallpaper industry

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №2 Pages: 347-350
Heading: Hygiene Article type: Original article
Authors: Pichugina N.N., Eliseev Yu.Yu.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University
Summary:

The article presents a complex sanitary characteristic of working conditions of women involved in wallpaper production. The main favorable factors of industrial environment have been determined. It is shown that working conditions in wallpaper production factories cause an increase in indices of biological age

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