Scientific and practical journal for hygienists, physiologists, toxicologists and occupational physicians. Founded in April 2005.
IN THE ISSUE:
Nahorna A.M., Ogorodnyk A.N.
Implementation of international standards ratified by Ukraine to national legislation on reducing the risk of occupational diseases and occupational injuries, 83–95, UKR
Ischeikin K.E., Andrusyshyna I.M., Golub I.O., Lampeka O.G., Pivovar T.M., Tsapko V.G.
New approaches to hygienic regulation of optimal concentrations of toxic metals and essential trace elements in human biological media, 96–106, UKR
Turkina V.A., Kuzminov B.P., Alyokhina T.A.
Scientific justification of the group hygiene norm for the cluster of alkylbenzyldimethylammonium chloride compounds in the air of the working area, 107–118, UKR
Martirosova V.G., Sorokin V.M.
Ophthalmological and lighting problems of creating a rational lighting environment for office workers at Ukrainian enterprises, 119–129, UKR
Demetska O.V., Movchan V.O., Beliuha O.G., Didenko M.M., Balia A.G., Andrusyshyna I.M., Leonenko O.B.
Approaches to express potential hazard assessment of nanosized fractions of welding fumes, 130–137, UKR
Comparative assessment of the circulatory system diseases in the recovery operation workers of the Chornobyl nuclear plant and evacuated adults in the post-accident period, 138–146, UKR
Leonov Yu.I., Nazarenko V.I., Myshchenko I.
The problem of hygienic standardization of air concentration of microorganisms in office premises, 147–154, ENG
Nikolov N.A., Soloviov O.I., Burkovskyi Y.A.
Modern capabilities of telebiometric monitoring studies of the functional state of human body. Review. Part I. Wearable technology, 155–166, UKR