Scientific and practical journal for hygienists, physiologists, toxicologists and occupational physicians. Founded in April 2005.
IN THE ISSUE:
Nagorna A.M., Radionov M.O., Bocharova O.B.
Accidents at work in wartime: differences of investigation, accounting and registration, 3–10, ENG
Kalnysh V.V., Trynka I.S., Pashkovskyi S.M., Bogush G.L., Koval N.V.
Psychophysiological features of the development of fatigue in operators of unmanned aviation systems, 11–20, ENG
Features of occupational morbidity among employees of modern mining-extracting industry enterprises of Ukraine, 21–25, ENG
Andrusyshyna I.M., Lampeka O.G., Golub I.O.
Results of biomonitoring of exposure to toxic metals of manufacturing workers in Ukraine in 2002–2022, 26-35, ENG
Didenko M.M., Melnyk N.A., Patyka T.I., Zinchenko V.M.
The mechanism of penetration of lead sulfide nanoparticles through the pathologically changed structures of the blood-tissue barrier of the skin dermis by morphological features, 36–41, ENG
Nazarenko V.I., Leonov Yu.I., Glyva V.A., Burdeina N.B., Cherednichenko I.M., Pochta V.N., Golubeva A.O.
The influence of UV-LED lamps radiation on indicators of microflora in university auditoriums, 42–50, ENG
Thielmann B., Voß L., Zavgorodnii I., Schumann H., Böckelmann I.
Heart rate variability as a strain indicator for psychological stress in emergency medical services personnel during working days: a systematic review, 51–60, ENG
Nanotoxicology – a new direction in industrial toxicology, task and research results, 61–74, ENG