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MEDICAL AND SOCIAL STUDY OF PATIENTS WITH DRUG TOXICODERMIA


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The relevance of the study. Social and hygienic research began in the mid-XIXth century, in the XXth century they began to be actively conducted in 1966, in the last decade there has been a decrease in the incidence of patients diagnosed with skin disease and subcutaneous fiber, little-studied questions remain concerning the effect of medical and social factors on the development of drug toxicodermia - MT. The aim is to determine the risk factors of the disease on the basis of a medical and social study of patients with toxiermia, as well as a clinical picture of the course of the disease, taking into account the severity of the pathological process. Material and methods. The subjects of the study were patients with MT (men and women between the ages of 18 and 70 years). Patients with light mt (I group - 1139 people), patients with moderate to MT (II group - 129 people). Control group (KG - 3729 people) - patients with no signs of MT (applied for another profile disease). Results. Most patients with MT are women under the age of 30, married, living in a separate apartment, more often they are workers, employees and students who are not committed to bad habits, with an allergist history, the most pronounced MT manifestations are itching, swelling and erythematosis rashes. Conclusion. In the implementation of preventive measures to prevent the development of MT among the population, it is necessary to pay special attention to women under 30 years of age with an allergist history.


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