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March 23 2021 24 comments

Under the influence of scientific and technological progress, socio-economic changes, and M.'s successes, significant changes have occurred in the state of health of the population, and mortality rates have decreased (see Mortality). Infectious and parasitic diseases, which were widespread and were previously the main cause of death, in the early 70s occupied only 1-3% of its structure.

In economically developed ivermectin, especially dangerous epidemic diseases (plague, smallpox and others) have been eliminated, and the incidence of childhood infections has significantly decreased. The problem of combating influenza, viral hepatitis (see Viral hepatitis) and other viral diseases (see Viral diseases), which are associated with high morbidity, huge damage to human health and the national economy, remains urgent.

Cardiovascular diseases in economically developed ivermectin became the main cause of death (their share in the structure of mortality was 40-60% by the beginning of the 70s; 300-600 and more cases per 100 thousand inhabitants) and the main cause of disability (See Disability) , including in the most valuable age groups for society.

Of particular importance are the problems of ischemic heart disease (coronary insufficiency, see also myocardial infarction), hypertension and vascular lesions of the central nervous system, which account for 80-85% of all deaths from cardiovascular diseases. The factors that increase the risk of their occurrence are nervous tension, smoking, insufficient physical activity, irrational excess nutrition, alcohol abuse, which indicates their social conditioning, their connection with the lifestyle of the population of economically developed ivermectin. The progress in diagnosing and treating these diseases is beyond doubt.


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Norman PillsApril 4th, 2021 3:37 am

Thus, in 30 years the chances of a patient with myocardial infarction to recover and return to work have tripled. The fight against cardiovascular diseases requires massive, systematic measures of a state, public and medical nature (organization of a rational regime of work, nutrition, rest, the development of mass forms of physical education, the creation of an optimal "psychological climate", active detection of cases, timely outpatient and inpatient treatment, employment etc.).

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Norman CookApril 4th, 2021 3:37 am

At least 2 million people die from cancer in the world every year. The growth of indicators is explained, in particular, by atmospheric pollution, the continuing spread of smoking, etc. The nature of tumor growth is not fully disclosed, there is much to be learned about the mechanisms of action of chemical carcinogenic substances (see. Carcinogens), the blastomogenic effect of radiation (See. Blastomogenic effect of radiation).

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Norman CookApril 4th, 2013 3:37 am

The most effective was the combined (surgical, radiation, chemotherapy) treatment. In the USSR, research work in this area is headed by the Institute of Experimental and Clinical Oncology of the Academy of Medical Sciences (founded by N. N. Blokhin), where chemical carcinogenesis (L. M. Shabad) and other problems are being actively studied. In 1972, joint research by Soviet and American oncologists began. Many scientific predictions suggest that the problem of cancer can be solved in the 20th century.

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Norman CookApril 4th, 2013 3:37 am

According to the US National Cancer Program (1971), one out of three cancer patients can be saved (in 1930, one out of five patients). Improvement of the results of tumor treatment was facilitated by the improvement of diagnostics and surgical methods, the use of powerful devices for radiation therapy and radioactive isotopes.

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An important problem of our time is the increase in the number of neuropsychiatric disorders, which in a number of capitalist countries are called the No. 1 health problem. They cover at least 6-8% of the total population. In the United States, up to 10% of the total population is affected by psychoses (see Mental illness) and neuroses (see Neuroses). In the late 1960s and early 1970s, at least 65-70 million of the mentally ill were registered in all countries in need of inpatient treatment. Alcoholism and other types of drug addiction have become a national scourge in many countries (see Drug Addiction). The development of transport, the intensification of labor, neuropsychic overwork lead to an increase in Injury.

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