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INTEGRATED HYGIENIC CRITERION FOR THE PREDICTION OF THE EFFICACY OF POTASH SALTS CONSTRUCTIONS


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The active use of sylvinite constructions in the treatment and prevention of various nosologies made it necessary to search for an objective criterion to predict and control the intensity of the basic physical indices in these devices. In conditions of salt constructions the body of patients is affected by complex hygiene factors, among which the most significant are the natural air ionization and salt condensation aerosol. There is suggested the integrated test “sylvine content in sylvinite fences”, as just sylvine is the major producer of main curative factors of the internal environment of potash constructions. The amount of the mineral sylvine in Silvinite was counted with the use of a specially designed computer software for the analysis of the digital image of salt surface of constructions, which processes the image as pixel by pixel. Investigations were executed out in two sylvinite rooms, differed in sylvine mineral content in salt surfaces. Hygienic indices of the internal environment were investigated with the use of conventional methods. Levels of factors (radiation background, air ionization, multicomponent fine dry salt aerosol, optimal microclimate), affecting on the body of the patients were within a therapeutically significant range and were significantly higher in sylvinite physiotherapapeutic room where the mineral content in sylvinite sylvite fences was by 2.5 times more in comparison with the salt sylvinite device. The results have confirmed the validity of the selection index “content in sylvinite sylvite fences” as integrated one for the implementation of health control of the future performance of constructions consisted of natural potassium salts as in the design as in the choice of material for the manufacture of salt devices.


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