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Epidemiology of allergic diseases of the respiratory passages in the kazakh ssr ussr

, : Epidemiology of allergic diseases of the respiratory passages in the kazakh ssr ussr. Journal of Hygiene Epidemiology Microbiology & Immunology (Prague) 29(1): 47-58

Over a period of 20 yr, the distribution, etiology and causes of increasing incidence of allergic respiratory diseases in various climatogeographic zones of the Kazakh SSR were studied. Large groups of people living in towns and in the country were examined by various methods. The number of patients seeking advice in health service establishments because of allergic rhinitis and bronchial asthma was found to increase every year. A number of factors influencing the incidence of disease were pointed out, such as the character of diet, duration of the person's stay, vaccination against brucellosis, pollution of the atmosphere, local flora, climate and other factors. Morbidity also depended on the methods of studying the epidemiology of respiratory allergies. The results will help health service authorities in taking specific measures to reduce morbidity from the mentioned pathological condition.

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