M G Maslakova

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As shown by medical disability expert commission which followed up 142 tuberculous patients throughout chemotherapy, the disability in new-onset tuberculosis cases is related both to medical and social factors. The jobs of 1/2 of the examinees were not fit for such patients. More than half of them had concomitant visceral lesions. The duration of temporary(More)
A group of new-onset pulmonary tuberculosis patients has been studied and its social characterization is provided in the paper. Comparison of the 1991-1992 findings with those obtained in 1970-1980 has indicated that social aspects are topical as before and have some specific features in recent years. The most important issues are now living conditions,(More)
A specially developed screening was used to examine 652 workers of an assembly shop of a watch plant whose work is characterized by their being in a constrained position for hours which leads of general inactivity and hypoventilation. Disturbances of external respiratory function were found in 180 (27.6%) subjects, which is associated with their working(More)
The role of the highest tuberculosis risk groups in the enlargement of dispensary contingents increases under conditions of endemic tuberculosis decline while it is less manifest in the epidemiologically unfavourable regions. Risk contingents of polyclinics should be supplemented by a socially unfavourable group of subjects who together with patients having(More)
Statistics for the last 6 years show a trend to growing number of new cases with tuberculosis of the lungs with drug-resistant pathogen. In recurrent tuberculosis multiple drug resistance (MDR) was three times higher than in new cases. Treatment efficacy depended on MDR and patients' compliance. The results of the basic treatment course were unstable: many(More)