THE EFFECTIVENESS AND ADEQUACY OF METHODOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR HYGIENIC STANDARDS FOR PARASITOLOGICAL INDICES IN THE SYSTEM OF STATE ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
There was performed the analysis of the correspondence of approved methods of parasitological research to goals of ensuring an effective system of sanitary and hygienic monitoring and control of parasitic environmental safety. There has been established the discrepancy between the methodological procedures and the international standards of laboratory technologies and the backlog in the provision of regulatory and legal requirements. One of directions in solving the problems of the practical health service is the improvement of the material and technical and methodological basis of parasitological laboratories, the introduction of high-tech robotic microscope analyzers and research methods based on the use of immunosorbents - methods of immunomagnetic separation (IMS), adapted to parasitological studies of environmental objects of various natural origin. IMS methods of investigation are based on the use of immunosorbents.
About the authorsAslanova Marya M.
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