ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR CORRECTING DISORDERS OF THE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN LIVING IN LOW-LEVEL ATMOSPHERIC AIR POLLUTION AND DRINKING WATER WITH METALS (LEAD, MANGANESE, NICKEL, CHROMIUM, CADMIUM)
In the course of studying the impact of metal compounds on the functioning of the endocrine system and adaptation systems in children living in chronic low-level multi-environmental (atmospheric air, drinking water) effects of a complex of metals, the elevated content of lead, manganese, nickel, cadmium and chromium was established to be 1.5 - 9.4 times higher than the reference level and 1.3 - 2.2 times than indices of the comparison group). In this contingent, disorders of the physical development and malnutrition (ICD: E44-46) were detected by 1.2 - 1.7 times more often than in conditions of sanitary and hygienic well-being. In the course of the analysis of the effectiveness of methods of correction in children of physical development disorders and malnutrition (E44-46) associated with the effects of metals, there was shown the high efficiency of the complex application of elimination, membrane stabilizing, antioxidant and nootropic technologies, with methods of physiotherapy (Ultrasound therapy, inductothermy) and exercise therapy. With comparable economic costs with traditional approaches, the proposed correction technologies demonstrate a significant benefit (up to 3.3 times) for the economy of the country and the region. The prevented losses for Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the observation group are 13246.0 rubles per person per year (2.25 rubles per 1 ruble of costs, in contrast to 0.7 rubles when using standard methods).
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