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[Experience with ambulatory functional x-ray studies of coal mine workers for the early detection of occupational lung diseases].

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Source
Radiol Diagn (Berl). 1990;31(1):63-9
Publication Type
Article
Date
1990
Author
A F Cyb
I S Amosov
V A Degtjarev
G K Katrascuk
Author Affiliation
Forschungsinstitut für medizinische Radiologie der AdmW der UdSSR Obninsk.
Source
Radiol Diagn (Berl). 1990;31(1):63-9
Date
1990
Language
German
Publication Type
Article
Keywords
Adult
Ambulatory Care
Coal Mining
Humans
Lung Diseases - prevention & control - radiography
Male
Middle Aged
Occupational Diseases - prevention & control - radiography
Photofluorography - methods
Russia
Abstract
In 3,287 miners and other coal mine workers clinical and photofluorographic complex investigations of the respiratory system were carried out with the new method of photofluoropneumopolygraphy. Its use within the annual prophylactic investigation of the miners increases the effectiveness of the early detection of lung disease to 21.2%. The diagnostic accuracy of photofluorography for the evaluation of the adaptability of the organism in coal mine work and for respiratory dysadaptation disorder increases significantly. Photofluoropneumopolygraphy is recommended for the annual prophylactic lung investigation of coal miners.
PubMed ID
2140451 View in PubMed
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