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USE OF RESULTS OF QUESTIONING OF LIQUIDATORS AND INVALIDS CHORHOBYL FOR PLANNING OF VOLUME OF THEIR INSPECTION AT CARRYING OUT OF MEDICAL INSPECTIONS
[Article in Ukrainian]
I. V. Osadtsiv1, O. I. Osadtsiv1, A. A. Chumak2
1MTPE Chernihiv Regional Centre of Radiation Protection and Population Healtu Improvement, Chernihiv
2SI National Research Center for Radiation Medicine of the NAMS of Ukrine, Kyiv,

In article the basic results of 9342 persons poll, registered in Ukrainian State Register as victims", from among liquidators of Chornobyl accident (7451 people, 80%) and invalids of Chornobyl from other groups of the primary account, victims owing to Chornobyl accident (1891 people, 20%), with use of standard nominal questionnaire specially developed for this purpose are presented. The questionnaire included 20 sections of questions, including 15 questions of the general character, including passport data, group of the primary account, presence of group of physical inability, frequency of asking for medical aid, and the characteristic of level of interest to a condition of the health. The others 5 sections consisted of blocks of the questions characterising the complaints of patients on organs and systems. The received results of victims complaints questionnaire materials processing, give the information for definition of requirement in number of additional methods of inspection, as the bases for planning of requirement for established posts, quantity of posts and quantity of the medical equipment, providing performance of this work in concrete certain terms.

Key words: use of results of questioning, participants of liquidation of Chornobyl accident, invalids of Chornobyl, planning of volume of inspection, medica inspections.

 

Probl. Radiac. Med. Radiobiol. 2011. Issue 16. P. 329335.





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