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Author:Polańska Kinga , Hanke Wojciech , Konieczko Katarzyna
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.211-24PubMed
Abstract:Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure induces serious negative health consequences, of which the increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, cancer, respiratory symptoms and poor pregnancy outcomes appear to be most important. Taking into account those health consequences of ...
Author:Bak Marek , Kicińska-Krogulska Magdalena , Czerniak Paweł ...
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.203-10PubMed
Abstract:Liver plays an important role in biological detoxication of xenobiotics. During this process, one can observe the inactivation and successful elimination of metabolites and toxic substances. The metabolic reactions responsible for detoxications include phases I and II. The phase ...
Author:Solecki Leszek
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.187-202PubMed
Abstract:A literature review was performed for the years 1990-2007. It covered reports addressing the problems associated with the prevalence of low back pain and musculoskeletal disorders among farmers. In addition, the anticipated relationship between low back pain and whole body vibrat...
Author:Walusiak-Skorupa Jolanta , Wiszniewska Marta , Krawczyk-Szulc Patrycja ...
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.175-86PubMed
Abstract:According to the 2002 data there are in Poland 14.3% of people with disabilities. On the other hand, an employment level of people with disabilities in Poland is one of the lowest in Europe with its percentage rate of 13% in the year 2004. Therefore, the improvement in certificat...
Author:Lipińska-Ojrzanowska Agnieszka , Wittczak Tomasz , Pałczyński Cezary ...
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.163-73PubMed
Abstract:Asthma is the most common occupational allergic respiratory disease. The results of several current studies reveal also high risk of work-related asthma among cleaners. This kind of work may increase the risk of allergic as well as non-allergic asthma. However, the mechanism by w...
Author:Bugajska Joanna , Jedryka-Góral Anna , Gasik Robert ...
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.153-61PubMed
Abstract:Acquired musculoskeletal dysfunction syndromes (overload syndromes) that cause limitation of the system efficiency belong nowadays to the most serious problems in the medical care of workers. The etiology of overload syndromes is multifactorial, which means that occupational fact...
Author:Kozajda Anna , Szadkowska-Stańczyk Irena
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.145-52PubMed
Abstract:The National Register of Biological Agents at Work and the National Information Centre for Biological Agents Present at Workplaces were established in the Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine in 2005. The National Information Centre carries out consultation and education acti...
Author:Swietochowski Waldemar
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.133-43PubMed
Abstract:Professional burnout is a set of negative emotional and behavioral symptoms, observed in workers of widely understood human service occupations, including teachers. In spite of the considerable number of studies of burnout in teachers, a few of them concern university teache...
Author:Dudek Bohdan , Hauk Mateusz , Merecz Dorota
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.127-32PubMed
Abstract:There are many approaches to workaholism presented in the scientific literature. The behavioral developed by Mudrack and Naughton is one of them. The authors understand workaholism as a tendency towards unnecessary activity that is not expected by an employer and intrusive strive...
Author:Bujak-Pietrek Stella , Mikołajczyk Urszula , Szadkowska-Stańczyk Irena
Data Source:[J].Medycyna Pracy(IF 0.391), 2011, Vol.62 (2), pp.113-25PubMed
Abstract:Non-coal mining includes the extraction of materials for construction (stone, gravel, sand and clay), chemical industry (salt and sulfur), metallurgy (metal ores, uranium and thorium) and other mining and quarrying. Regardless of the type of mining company one of the most common ...

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