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Health Risk Analysis

Number 2, 2013

  • 4-13
    Safety assessment of the maximum permitted levels of L. monocytogenes in food according to health risk criteria.
    Authors: Zaitseva N.V., Shur P.Z., Atiskova N.G., Kiryanov D.A, Kamaltdinov M.R.
    Number of views: 60
  • 14-26
    On the determination and proof of damage to human health due to an unacceptable health risk caused by environmental factors.
    Authors: Zaitseva N.V., May I.V., Kleyn S.V.
    Number of views: 77
  • 27-38
    Post-vaccination immunity against diphtheria, measles, tetanus and pertussis in children exposed to environmental chemical factors.
    Authors: Ustinova O.Yu., Makarova V.G., Dolgikh O.V.
    Number of views: 66
  • 39-44
    Determined ecological human health risk factors in single factory towns.
    Authors: Boev V.M., Boev M.V., Tulina L.M., Neplokhov A.A.
    Number of views: 62
  • 45-48
    An assessment of the risk associated with behavioral lifestyle factors.
    Authors: Buzinov R.V., Unguryanu T.N.
    Number of views: 60
  • 49-58
    Assessing the impact of socio-economic factors on human health and using the results to make management decisions to ensure health and epidemiological well-being of the population (a Sverdlovsk region case study).
    Authors: Derstuganova T.M., Velichkovskiy B.T., Gurvich V.B., Varaksin A.N., Malykh O.L., Kochneva N.I., Yarushin S.V.
    Number of views: 60
  • 57-63
    The development of methods for the determination of organic compounds (ethylene oxide, 1,3-butadiene, acrylonitrile) at reference levels in ambient air.
    Authors: Ulanova T.S., Nurislamova T.V.
    Number of views: 65
  • 73-78
    Assessing losses related to actual disease incidence in a region's population: an economic aspect (a case study of the Altai region of russia).
    Authors: Ushakov A.A., Saldan I.P., Goleva O.I., Karpova T.N.
    Number of views: 64

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