Bonawentura Rajewska-Więch

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The total ozone measurements by Belsk’s Dobson spectrophotometer have been compared with the satellite total ozone taken during the OMI (on board of Aura spacecraft) overpasses for the period August 2004 – July 2006. The agreement between both data sets is much better if the results of the recent (June 2005) calibration campaign of Belsk’s Dobson at(More)
A UV model is proposed to reconstruct the biologically weighted doses at the ground-level, erythemal, vitamin D(3), and antipsoriatic effective doses, based on the space data from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument on board of NASA EOS Aura spacecraft for the period 2005-2011. The model is training using the results of spectral UV measurements carried out at(More)
Analyses of the spectral and broad-band UV data collected at Belsk (20.79°E, 51.84°N), Poland, show that standard broad-band instrument, Solar Light (SL) 501A, could be used for measurements of both erythemal and antipsoriatic irradiance. A prognostic model is proposed for the next-day duration of outdoor exposure required to receive a dose, the so-called(More)
Recently, high serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentration (~110nmol/L) was found in the Hadza tribe still keeping ancient hunter-gather life style. This level could serve as optimal vitamin D level that was built during millennia of human evolution. The personal vitamin D3 effective solar exposures of the Hadza adults are estimated using radiative model(More)
The action spectrum for psoriasis clearance is reconstructed taking into account the results obtained in the early 1980s. The antipsoriatic action spectrum is used for weighting the medical cabinet UV spectra, and the solar spectra measured in San Diego (USA) and Belsk (Poland). The mean cumulative antipsoriatic effective dose of 450 mJ cm(-2), due to TL-01(More)
Statistical analysis of the daily course of exposures to TL-01 tube radiation for 93 psoriatic patients from the Medical University of Łódź during 20-day phototherapy shows that the dose of 1 J/cm(2) represents a unit of single exposure necessary for psoriasis healing. This value is converted to the antipsoriatic effective dose of 317.9 J/m(2) using the(More)
INTRODUCTION Ultraviolet phototherapy (UVP) is widely used in dermatological practice for the treatment of various skin diseases. Numerous studies support its beneficial curing effectiveness; however, overexposure to ultraviolet radiation can cause adverse health effects, such as sunburn reaction, erythema response, cataract, skin aging, etc. For these(More)
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