The hygienic characteristics of patients with chronic dermatosis with various states of the course of the disease

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The analysis of the social and hygienic characteristics of patients with chronic dermatosis, such as eczema, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis suggests that the severity of the disease is influenced by a number of factors. Showed the relationship between the nature of the disease and living conditions, the nature of work and mode of work, especially of great influence of the patient’s diet. Found that the most severe course of chronic dermatoses seen with poor housing conditions, shift work and nighttime. The percentage of patients with severe chronic dermatoses among patients who did not follow the prescribed diet is 31,4-35,6%, which is significantly more than in the mild course (5.9 to 18,4%).

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E A Piven

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of public health, health care and hygiene

N P Piven

Moscow scientific and practical center of a dermatovenereology and cosmetology

Department of health care of Moscow, Ramensky branch


Copyright (c) 2015 Пивень Е.А., Пивень Н.П.

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