The results of research of separate indicators of the state of health of pharmaceutical workers of the pharmacy organizations

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  • Authors: Kulik VV1, Kabakova TI1, Gavrilina NI1, Gatsan VV1, Kovaleva TG1, Klejchuk EV1
  • Affiliations:
    1. Pyatigorsk medical pharmacy institute — branch GBOU VPO VolgGMU of Ministry of Health of Russia
  • Issue: No S6 (2013)
  • Pages: 64-67
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/medicine/article/view/2684
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Abstract


On the basis of 111 pharmacy organisations functioning in the Stavropol and Krasnodar Territories, the Rostov Region, Moscow and Moscow Region was realise the questioning of 437 pharmaceutical workers, from which 87% are «first-table workers». Professional diseases at 53% of respondents are revealed. Most often at pharmaceutical workers meets varicose expansion of veins (47% of cases). The reasons of a wide distribution of this disease, the list of effective medical products for its treatment and a measure of possible preventive maintenance were established.

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V V Kulik

Pyatigorsk medical pharmacy institute — branch GBOU VPO VolgGMU of Ministry of Health of Russia

Email: kulik1950@bk.ru
Department OEF

T I Kabakova

Pyatigorsk medical pharmacy institute — branch GBOU VPO VolgGMU of Ministry of Health of Russia

Email: kabtais@mail.ru
Department OEF

N I Gavrilina

Pyatigorsk medical pharmacy institute — branch GBOU VPO VolgGMU of Ministry of Health of Russia

Department OEF

V V Gatsan

Pyatigorsk medical pharmacy institute — branch GBOU VPO VolgGMU of Ministry of Health of Russia

Department OEF

T G Kovaleva

Pyatigorsk medical pharmacy institute — branch GBOU VPO VolgGMU of Ministry of Health of Russia

Department OEF

E V Klejchuk

Pyatigorsk medical pharmacy institute — branch GBOU VPO VolgGMU of Ministry of Health of Russia

Email: klejchuk-e-v@mail.ru
Department OEF

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