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UKRAINIAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 3(68) 2021, Vol.17, No 3, 2021

Scientific and practical journal for hygienists, physiologists, toxicologists and occupational physicians. Founded in April 2005.

https://doi.org/10.33573/ujoh2021.03

IN THE ISSUE:

ORIGINAL PAPERS 


Dmytrukha N.M., Lahutina O.S., Gromovoy T.Yu., Pylypchuk E.V.

Investigation of the safety of iron and copper nanopreparations on human blood plasma proteins in vitro, 139–150


Yastrub T.A., Dontsova D.A.

Forecasting the risk of combined effect of avermectin and neonicotinoid insecticides on workers, 151–159


Nagorna A.M., Savenkova N.V.

State of occupational injury in Ukraine in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic,160–174


Bobko N.A., Yabchanka R.Ya.

Age and experience related differences in bloodcirculation functioning of underground coal miners, 175–181


Kudiievskyi Ya.V., Soloviov O.I.

The dynamics of the state of compliance with professional requirements for the fulfillment of the work of increased danger of the workers of the State militarized mine rescue service in the coal industry of Ukraine, 182–188


Nazarenko V.I., Cherednichenko I.M., Sokurenko S.A., Tihonova N.S., Martirosova V.G., Nykyforuk O.I., Kornev O.M., Paliychuk S.P.

The age features of visual fatigue in employees of modern offices working with led visual displays and prevention measures, 189–197


Kashuba M.O.

Peculiarities of influence of welding aerosols on the respiratory system, 198–203


Pavlenko O.I.

Analysis of employment of employees of mining enterprises in harmful working conditions, 204–210