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ESTIMATION OFELECTROMAGNETIC LOADING OFTHEINTERNAL ENVIRONMENT OFPREMISES


Shcherbinskaja I.P.1, Arbuzov I.V.1, Soloveva I.V.1, Bykova N.P.1, Marahovskaja S.V.2,
Semenov I.P.2, Soroka P.N.3
1Republican Scientific and Practical Centre of Hygiene;
2BelarusianState Medical University;
3Republican Centre of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health, Minsk, Belarus

The results of three-dimensional distribution and doze-time loads of electric and magnetic fields of power frequency of 50 Hz
in the indoor environment according to their functionality jave been presented in the paper.
Keywords: electric and magnetic fields, apartment houses.

15.05.2013

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QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OFCONTAMINATION OFINDOOR ENVIRONMENT INMINSK BYMOULD


MUSHROOMS ANDANACCOMPANYING MICROBIOTA
Shcherbinskaja I.P.1, Dudchik N.V.1, Kravtsov V.V.1, Naumenko S.A.1,
Marahovskaja S.V.2, Kulesha Z.V.3, Zhevnjak I.V.4
1Republican Scientific and Practical Centre of Hygiene;
2Belarusian State Medical University;
3Grodno regional executive commitete, Grodno;
4Republican center of hygiene, epidemiology and public health, Minsk, Belarus

The urgent issues of the impact of biological factors on the human body have been highlighted in the paper. The results of
quantitative prevalence and taxonomical accessory of dominating childbirth of mould mushrooms in the indoor environment of
residents in six districts of Minsk are presented.
Keywords: mould, dampness, internal environment of rooms, microbiota.

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