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Title Functional condition of cardiovascular system of women employed in knitwear factories in the hot period of the year
Author Aziz Iskandarov
Abstract During the hot period of year when working conditions are aggravated with the high temperatures of air at workplaces, the exhaustion of functionality of cardiovascular system is observed and this can serve as one of the reasons for the development of subsequent pathological changes.
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Keywords Knitwear factories, working women, functional condition, cardiovascular system
Pages 109-112
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