ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK OF A PATHOLOGY OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT ADULT POPULATION KURSK AREA UNDER INTENSIVE USE OF INSECTICIDES

Abstract


This paper presents the evaluation of the use of insecticides in the agricultural production of the Kursk region. Studied territorial load dominant crop insecticides in a complex region for the period 2006-2013, were ranked the region in terms of territorial load insecticides. Estimated figures on theenvironmental risk of the formation of the pathology of the gastrointestinal tract of the adult population of the Kursk region in the intensive use of insecticides. Environmentally sensitive identified pathologies such as gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcers, gastritis and duodenitis, functional bowel disorders, diseases of the pancreas.


V A Korolev

medical.ecology@yandex.ru
<p>Kursk State Medical University</p>

Karl Marx str., Building 3, Kursk, Russia, 305041

PhD, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Department of Biology, Medical Genetics and Ecology

J D Lyashev

medical.ecology@yandex.ru
<p>Kursk State Medical University</p>

Karl Marx str., Building 3, Kursk, Russia, 305041

PhD, Doctor of Medical Science, Professor of the Department of Pathological Physiology

V N Ryzhaeva

medical.ecology@yandex.ru
<p>Kursk State Medical University</p>

Karl Marx str., Building 3, Kursk, Russia, 305041

PhD, Candidate of Biological Sciences, Associate professor, Department of Biology, Medical Genetics and Ecology

N E Kirishcheva

natali.kirischeva@yandex.ru
<p>Kursk State Medical University</p>

Karl Marx str., Building 3, Kursk, Russia, 305041

PhD, Candidate of Medical Science, Department of Biology, Applicant, Medical Genetics and Ecology Medical University

I V Korolev

ecology@yandex.ru
<p>Kursk State Medical University</p>

Karl Marx str., Building 3, Kursk, Russia, 305041

Student of 6th year Faculty of Pediatrics

E S Nikitina

medical.ecology@yandex.ru
<p>Kursk State Medical University</p>

Karl Marx str., Building 3, Kursk, Russia, 305041

Student of 6th year Medical Faculty

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