Zoran Marmut

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Glassblowers are exposed to numerous physical and chemical noxious factors at their workplace. Mucosal layer of upper aerodigestive tract (nose, oral cavity, pharynx and larynx) is particularly vulnerable to the influence of these factors. Inhalation of hot gases, dust particles, and oral contact with glassblower's pipe are the most important factors that(More)
Possibility for transmission of infectious diseases from patients to medical staff or vice versa is significant. Protective measures for patients as well as physicians must be applied and controlled. The aim was to investigate the microbiological status of disposable and reusable instruments and materials in order to establish the difference between them in(More)
INTRODUCTION Preliminary researches taken part in Yugoslavia showed the risky low concentration of selenium in soil, food items and in serum of the examined population [10]. This research was carried out to discover the some factors which could influence the relationship of serum selenium concentration and the appearance of malignant diseases. METHODS The(More)
Since the evidence to data suggest that some obese person respond well to non-pharmacological measures, the aim of this study was to examine the extent of body weight reduction necessary to reduce blood pressure to normal values. A group of 250 obese women with hypertension (blood pressure measurements over 160/95) and an overweight of at least 20 per cent(More)
Population aging shows a global rising trend. The World Health Organization (WHO) foresees that 1.2 billion elderly will live on Earth in 2025, two thirds of them in underdeveloped regions . Actual studies have confirmed that most prevailing diseases in adults and/or elderly result from inadequate nutrition, that nutritional risk factors influence aged(More)
INTRODUCTION Combating nutritional deficiencies of micronutrients, such as iodine, represents a priority task of health care organizations. In 2003, the World Health Organization (WHO) published the publication: Global Prevalence of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (IDD), according to which some 2.2 billion people live in areas poor in naturally occurring(More)
Although tinnitus is a very common symptom, risk factors related to behavior and habits have not been sufficiently investigated. As no investigation on this problem has been performed in Serbia, the aim of our study was to establish the prevalence of tinnitus among Serbian adolescents and to investigate the relationship between their behavior and habits and(More)
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