T. Hamitov, N. Aleshina, D. Rybalkina, O. Grebeneva, E. Drobchenko
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018


The article describes the incidence of regulatory systems in humans for the population of the regions of Kazakhstan in conjunction with energy consumption, as well as morbidity for employees of the energy enterprise of the Republic of Kazakhstan (RK). For the period from 2001 to 2014. energy consumption in kW/h per person per year in the Republic of Kazakhstan increased by 1.9 times, by regions of the country this growth was from 1.4 times to 6 times. A statistically significant direct link between the mean level (r = 0.7) was revealed between the newly diagnosed incidence rate for the circulatory system diseases (CDC) and energy consumption in the regions by average. Between the prevalence of diseases of the circulatory system and energy consumption, a statistically significant high-level link was found (r = 0.8). The levels of newly diagnosed hypertensive disease, coronary heart disease and cerebrovascular diseases also had significant direct connections of high and medium extent (0.8, 0.5 and 0.5, respectively). Among the workers of the energy company of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in the age group, before the retirement age and the retirement age (51-60 years), the professional cohort of electricians for the maintenance of substations increases the incidence of temporary disability to an above-average level, which leads to a decrease in working capacity and the retirement of employees for seniority. In the age group of 41-50 years, the lowest health index was noted, that in the case of a violation of adaptation mechanisms and the absence of rehabilitation measures in a number of sick persons, the process of the disease subsequently leads to chronicity.

Keywords: electromagnetic fields, epidemiology, health, ecology, risk assessment.

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