A. S. Poroshenko

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The authors studied functional changes of central nervous and cardiovascular systems among operators having variable work strain (airlines dispatchers, operators of robot complexes, TV operators) and changeable duration of working shift (8 and 12 hours). Analysis of the materials considered work strain in the occupational groups (I, II and III degrees of(More)
The article deals with main methods to evaluate functional state of various body systems and with the methods-based criteria of occupational fitness for miscellaneous activities. Examination of 11 types of jobs prone to trauma helped to specify integral parameter for occupational selection.
Complex descriptive, physiologic and hygienic studies covered various occupational groups of physical and mental work and revealed that health disorders probability depends on intensity of occupational factors. Increase in the intensity results in higher physiologic expenditure and greater incidence of occupational diseases. Symptoms of disorders appeared(More)
Physiologic studies proved that considerable psychoemotional load in shift work and longer working shifts lead to the certain functional state called overexertion. The authors are first to set biochemical and physiologic characteristics by main parameters for this state in mental workers. According to the authors, physiologic features of overexertion should(More)
Psychophysiological and biochemical studies have shown that significant neuro- emotional loads produce such functional status, which can be called overstrain. It was found out at the first time that the physiological and biochemical characteristics of overstrain based on the main parameters in mental work. The research proved the preventive measures of(More)
The peculiarities of the circulatory functions were examined in sailors following nautical voyages of varying duration and directly on board during a 6-month cruise. Over 1200 persons were subjected to the examination. The overall morbidity was analyzed in a contingent of about 6000 persons. The whole material was statistically processed. The sailors were(More)
Results of complex physiologic and ergonomic, clinical and functional studies helped to justify approaches to quantitative evaluation and assessment of posssible decrease in performance and health disorders in workers in accordance with work conditions class of mental work. Linear regression dependence was established between work intensity class and(More)
Psychophysical and biochemical studies showed that significant nervous-emotional loading forms a functional state which can be regarded as overstrain. We report here the first assessment of the physiological and biochemical characteristics of this state among mental workers. The study results were used to develop measures for the prophylaxis of overstain(More)
The article tackles necessity of physiologic and ergonomic research in system of social and hygienic monitoring of workers' performance and health. A presented scheme covers physiologic and ergonimic aspects: monitoring of work process factors; monitoring of workers' performance and functional state. The authors formulated theoretic orientation of the(More)
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