Scientific and practical journal for hygienists, physiologists, toxicologists and occupational physicians. Founded in April 2005.
IN THE ISSUE:
Kalnysh V.V., Trynka I.S., Pashkovskyi S.M., Bohush H.L., Koval N.V., Pashkovska O.V.
Age characteristics of the formation of fatigue in military helicopter pilots, 87–97
Prediction of the occurrence of acute toxic effects during skin and inhalation influence of fungicides different classes on agricultural workers, 98–106
Borysenko A.A., Kondratiuk M.V., Antonenko A.M., Shpak B.I., Omelchuk S.T.
Hygienic justification of the calculating model of pesticides indicators for safe application by using unmanned aircraft vehicles, 107–113
Patyka T.I., Demetska O.V., Beliuha O.G., Movchan V.O., Balia A.H.
Assessment of the contribution of titanium-containing nanomaterials using the test system of Secale cereale L. for screening studies of potential hazard, 114-121
Kovalenko V.F., Dontsova D.O., Prygunova V.V.
Predicting the risk of combined exposure of workers to Trident and VG herbicide, 122–132
Didenko M.M., Melnyk N.A., Patyka T.I., Zinchenko V.M.
Morphofunctional manifestations of the acute effects of lead sulfide (PbS) nanoparticles upon different methods of their administration into the organism of laboratory animals (rats), 133–139
Turkina V.A., Alyokhina T.A.
The method of read-across as a basis for group standardization of harmful compounds in the air of the working area (as exemplified by dialkyldimethylammonium chlorides C8-C10 homologues), 140–150
Leonov Yu.I., Vergolyas M.R., Nazarenko V.I., Myshchenko I.
Ways of improving the method of using UV radiation for disinfecting drinking water (literature review), 151–160