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Hygienic characteristics of socially different populations of children and adolescents living in different territories of Russia in the first decade of the 21st century

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Hygienic characteristics of socially different populations of children and adolescents living in different territories of Russia in the first decade of the 21st century

  1. Physical development of socially differing populations of children and adolescents living in different territories of Russia in the first decade of the 21st century
    In the previous paragraph, the hygienic characteristics of the studied populations of children and adolescents were given and their social differences were shown. Since physical development is considered as an indicator of the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of the population, it can be assumed that it will have differences in these populations. For the description and analysis of indicators of physical development were selected
  2. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIALLY DIFFERENT POPULATIONS OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
    PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIALLY DIFFERENT POPULATIONS OF CHILDREN AND
  3. The infant mortality rate is considered a barometer (indicator) of the social well-being of people living in a given territory.
    In the statistics of infant mortality, it is customary to single out a number of indicators: a) early neonatal mortality (death in the first 168 hours of life) b) late neonatal mortality (death at 2.3.4 weeks of life) c) neonatal death (death in the first 4 weeks of life) d) postneonatal mortality (death from the 29th day of life to 1 year old) It is calculated per 1000 births
  4. XXI CENTURY - ERA OF NEW ACHIEVEMENTS OF HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION
    Hormonal contraception for almost a 40-year period of its rapid development has proven itself not only as one of the most effective methods of preventing unplanned pregnancy, but also as a new, very promising area of ​​medicine. Many studies on this issue, conducted in a number of foreign countries and in our country, have revealed a number of its therapeutic and protective properties,
  5. Hygienic regulation of extracurricular and extracurricular activities of children and adolescents
    Educational and educational work with students is not limited to educational classes at school and at home. Participation in public work, classes in various circles, sports school, etc. help to achieve this goal. All types of public work should not take more than 4-5 hours a week in high school and 3-4 hours in junior. The question of additional extracurricular activities is decided
  6. DEMOGRAPHIC POLICY OF RUSSIA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI SECURITY
    Despite the fact that the population of our country began to decline steadily since the early 1990s, the Russian government began to take measures only in the mid-2000s. The main role in the demographic policy of the Russian Federation is now assigned to measures to stimulate fertility and reduce mortality, as well as the so-called replacement migration. It is expected that by 2015 the migration increase in the population may reach
  7. Veterinary medicine of noble Russia (XVIII century)
    For Russia, the eighteenth century was the heyday of Peter the Great's reforms. It was characterized by the strengthening of feudal-serf relations, the development of trade and industry, the organization of educational and scientific institutions. In 1725 the Academy of Sciences was opened. A university and a gymnasium were created for the training of new scientific personnel. In 1755 Moscow University was opened. AT
  8. DISEASES NOT RECOGNIZED IN THE RUSSIAN TERRITORY
    Veterinarians have difficulty in diagnosing diseases not previously encountered in Russia, which can be imported from abroad, and in making decisions about the possible use of livestock products derived from sick animals. The spread of infectious diseases in prosperous areas can lead to their widespread distribution among households.
  9. Session 6 THE GOLDEN AGE OF CLINICAL MEDICINE IN RUSSIA
    Questions for discussion: 1. Formation of clinical medicine. The approval of the clinical method. The activities of G. Burhaave (1668 - 1738). The introduction of physical examination methods. Formation of domestic deontology. Domestic therapists: M.Ya. Mudrov, S.P. Botkin, G.A. Zakharyin. 2. Formation of surgery on a scientific basis. The doctrine of blood transfusion. Opening K. Landsteynera. Discovery and
  10. Modern views on the reform of military education in Russia at the beginning of the XXI century
    Modern views on the reform of military education in Russia, the beginning of the XXI
  11. Prerequisites for the formation of a quality assurance system for medical care under conditions of reforming health care in Russia at the turn of the XX-XXI centuries
    In 1997, the concept of the development of health care in Russia saw its light, where to some extent the solution to the problems of accessibility, safety, satisfaction, and optimality of medical care to the population was considered. Today in Russia there is a sufficient legislative base for the implementation and improvement of the quality of medical care to the population, but there are still no criteria for evaluating activities
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