Automated system ASKORS for medical risk assessment is non-laborious and highly informative method of preclinical diagnosis, that enables to determine medical risk groups in accordance with specific features of medical examination. Data obtained by ASKORS in examination of the staffers in Donbass mines provides important hygienic information on association of health state and performance of the workers with their work conditions. Application of ASKORS as first preclinical diagnostic tool enables to avoid meticulous medical screening of the working populations subjected to-mandatory medical examinations. With that, the efficacy and quality of medical examinations are believed to increase. ASKORS (or its competitive analog) can become an important means monitoring health state and performance among workers engaged into Ukrainian industry, especially for assessment of medical risk.
Acute respiratory diseases weaken bodily resistance to factors of industrial environment and activities. In subjects with vago- and normotonic type regulation, high level of adaptive capability permits the overstrain states to be avoided during the first post-illness days. The whole process of minimization of cost of the primary reaction of an organism gets completed by the end of the first week. In 80 percent of miners with sympathetic type vegetative dysbalance, industrial activities at week I are accompanied by a surplus vegetative maintenance. The process of readaptation to work gets protracted by 2 to 4 weeks, which fact attests to the need for such miners to be assigned to those jobs for which they are best suited and for dispensary health promotion in a mine's health-station setting.