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Prevention of occupational diseases by means of physical and respiratory exercises
Occupational diseases include diseases caused by exposure to adverse environmental factors. Occupational pathology is closely associated with other clinical disciplines, as well as with occupational health.
Under certain conditions, certain types of work can cause occupational diseases, which is usually facilitated by inadequate technical equipment of production and non-compliance with sanitary standards.
Production factors that adversely affect people's health are diverse. It should be noted that with their assistance not only occupational diseases can be observed, but also industrial injuries. The latter include acute diseases resulting from mechanical, thermal, chemical or electrical damage to a tissue or organ directly at the workplace or in the enterprise. At present, there is a generally accepted division of occupational diseases both according to the etiological principle, and according to the systemic-organ principle.
The etiological principle distinguishes the following groups of diseases:
1) due to exposure to industrial dust (pneumoconiosis, dust bronchitis, etc.);
2) due to the influence of physical factors of the working environment (vibration disease, damage caused by exposure to intense noise, various types of radiation, high and low temperatures, etc.);
3) due to exposure to chemical factors in the work environment (acute and chronic intoxication);
4) due to the influence of biological factors (infectious and parasitic diseases, developed streets that, by the nature of their work, have contact with infectious materials or animals, as well as streets working in anti-tuberculosis and other infectious medical and preventive medical institutions; diseases caused by yeast-like fungi, producer fungi , exposure to antibiotics, etc.);
5) occupational diseases from overstrain of individual organs and systems (diseases of the ODE, peripheral nerves and muscles, etc.)
Exposure to the body of chemical compounds causes acute, subacute and chronic intoxication.
The most common intoxications are compounds of lead, mercury, benzene and its homologues, pesticides, etc. Physical factors are the cause of vibration disease, cochlear neuritis, radiation pathology, decompression illness. Diseases caused by physical overload and overstrain of individual organs and systems include such common lesions of OA as shoulder-scapular periarthritis, shoulder epicondylitis, deforming ostearthrosis, bursitis, etc. The same group includes mono- and polyneuropathies, including compression and autonomic-sensory neuropathies, lumbosacral radiculitis, etc.
Bruceellosis, tuberculosis, infectious hepatitis, etc., arising from contact during work are recognized as professional.
Of great importance in improving working conditions is the creation in our country of a special service under the State Center for Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance (SCSEN) for preventive and ongoing sanitary surveillance at industrial enterprises, transport and agricultural facilities in Russia. An important role in preventing the development of occupational diseases belongs to the rational regime of work and rest, as well as the medical and health services for workers and medical examinations.
The systematic use of physical culture, exercise therapy helps increase the body's functional capabilities for physical activity. Under the influence of physical exercises and massage, the function of the cardiorespiratory system, tissue metabolism, and others are improved.
The method of exercise therapy is determined by the nosological form of occupational disease, the stage and severity of its course, the general condition of the patient, his age, gender. Physical activity is gradually increasing, along with a change in initial positions, the selection of general developmental and breathing exercises. Exercises are performed at a slow and medium pace, breathing exercises are performed with emphasis on exhalation. Classes are conducted in a group method, accompanied by music for 15-35 minutes. Wellness activities include dosed walking in the fresh air.
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Prevention of occupational diseases by means of physical and respiratory exercises
- LECTURE No. 13 PREVENTION OF PROFESSIONAL DISEASES BY MEANS OF PHYSICAL AND RESPIRATORY EXERCISES
LECTURE No. 13 PREVENTION OF PROFESSIONAL DISEASES BY MEANS OF PHYSICAL AND RESPIRATORY
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- Breathing exercises
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