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The purpose of development of this clinical practice guidelines was to provide evidence-based protocols that help the practitioner and the patient make the right decision for the health assessment, treatment and prevention of pneumoconiosis. Pneumoconiosis is the interstitial lung disease of occupational origin caused by prolonged inhalation of inorganic… (More)
Use of biologic monitoring for workers exposed to lead is the most efficient means preventing lead intoxication all over the world. Considering WHO recommendations and personal research, the authors specified national system of biologic monitoring for workers exposed to lead. The system covers mandatory control of serum and urinary lead levels. The authors… (More)
The exposure of the combined occupational hazards on the workers of aluminum plants results in the development of the occupational chronic diseases of bronchopulmonary and bone systems and oncopathology. Pathogenetic mechanisms of the toxic exposure of fluorides on the body as well as molecular and cellular structures are presented.
Occupational bronchial asthma is a variable, heterogenious disease. Occupational factors are triggers and inductors of the pathologic process, cause formation of various clinical phenotypes of asthma, on background of genetic predisposition, changed metabolic adaptation, energetic systems, neuro-humoral regulation, immune state.
Occupational therapy is topical and attracts attention of various medical specialists, for being on junction between clinical, hygienic, social and economical sciences. The authors present major directions of research and practical work of the Institute from its foundation till nowadays.