Scientific and practical journal for hygienists, physiologists, toxicologists and occupational physicians
Founded in April 2005
Chernyuk V. I.
Strategy for reforming and developing occupational healthin Ukraine until 2022, UKR, 83–85
Basanets A. V., Hvozdetskiy V. A., Ostapenko T. A., Zhurakhivska N. V., Kharchuk L. V.
Standards for the recognition of COVID-19 as an acute occupational disease in Ukraine according to recommendations of the International Labor Organization, UKR, 86–95
Yavorovskyi A. P., Tkachishina N. Yu., Kaznodiy A. V.
Physiological and hygienic assessment of work conditions and state of health of electric train drivers and their assistants on Ukrainian Railway, ENG, 96–103
Varyvonchyk D. V.
Occupational cancer in Ukraine: 1992–2019, UKR, 104–114
Kalnysh V. V., Skochko T. V.
Peculiarities of chronic fatigue formation in combatants after long stay in the combat zone, who are treated in a mobile hospital after injury or disease. Information I. Structure of symptoms of the «burning state» in combatants, UKR, 115–128
Demetska O. V., Lukyanenko A. O., Movchan V. A., Ryazanov A. V., Paliichuk S. P.
Comparative characteristics of cytotoxicity of solid component of welding fumes, depending on the hexavalent chromium content, UKR, 129–134
Rodionova V. V., Boiko O. O., Hlynyana L. A., Stupak T. F., Anisimova A.A.
Disorders of functions of nervous and cardiovascular systems in chippers of metal castings exposed to vibration, depending on their length of service, UKR, 135–142
Sobolevskaya I. S., Krasnobaeva M. I., Myadelets O. D.
Changes in expression of melatonin MT1 receptors in the general cover of rats caused by dark deprivation, RUS, 143–151