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Results of physiological adaptation assessmtn and health risks for labor migrants from Tajikistan

N.F. Izmerov; M. Khodzhiev; I.V. Bukhtiyarov;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2017 Journal: Analiz Riska Zdorovʹû (issn: 2308-1155, eissn: 2308-1163, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: FBSI “Federal Scientific Center for Medical and Preventive Health Risk Management Technologies”
Abstract
The paper focuses on the results of physiological research performed on 9 occupational groups of migrants who came to Moscow region of Russia from southern Central Asia republics. We studied adaptation processes characteristics in labor migrants as per cardiovascular system parameters and neuromuscular apparatus parameters. We revealed peculiarities in heart rate variability (changes in stress index S1, values of AMo, VLF spectrum power, PARS parameter) in migrants de-pending on neuro-emotional nature of working activity and muscular loads intensity. We detected apparent decrease in dynamometric parameters of endurance and maximum working capacity of arms muscle...
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free text keywords: migrants, neuro-emotional nature of labor, muscular loads, адаптация, heart rate variability, healthy lifestyle, Medicine, R, Geography, Development economics, Labor migration

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Khodzhiev M., Izmerov N.F., Bukhtiyarov I.V. Results of physiological adaptation assessmtn and health risks for labor migrants from Tajikistan. Health Risk Analysis, 2017, no. 3, pp. 48-59. DOI: 10.21668/health.risk/2017.3.06.eng Received: 31.07.2017 Accepted: 19.09.2017 Published: 30.09.2017 [OpenAIRE]

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