ó㳺 ISSN: ____________ eISSN: ____________
68, 2018   -   Pages: 28-37
SANITARY AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL COMPONENT OF THE DESIGN OF MODERN DENTAL MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS, BUILT INTO RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
V.M. Makhniuk1, G.V. Ocheretiana1, S.S. Garkaviy2, Arzu Akberov Elgarogli3, I.S. Stashko4
1 STATE INSTITUTION O.M. MARZIEIEV INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH NAMSU
2 BOGOMOLETS NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
3 HEAD DEPARTMENT OF STATE SERVICE OF UKRAINE ON FOOD SAFETY AND CONSUMER PROTECTION IN THE KYIV REGION
4 LLC "ARCH-INJ-PROJECT"

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SUMMRY:
According to the results of the sanitary-epidemiological assessment of the projects for the placement of medical institutions of the dental profile embedded in residential buildings, the following was established.
In all cases, provision was made for the placement of modern medical facilities of a small ca-pacity on the ground and basement floors from the street facades with separate entrance groups iso-lated from the residential sections, which did not lead to a deterioration of the sanitary and hygienic living conditions of the residents.
The planned mode of operation of the investigated medical institutions of the dental profile, built-in residential buildings, did not affect the acoustic mode of the local area and residential apart-ments.
Architectural, construction and planning decisions regarding the location of medical equip-ment in the spatial volume of X-ray premises of medical institutions provided for the delimitation with other premises in accordance with the requirements of radiation safety and ensured effective X-ray protection.
In the course of the study, a sanitary-epidemiological component was developed for projects for the placement of modern dental institutions of small carrying capacity, located on the side of street facades in the built-in premises of residential buildings and equipped with imported high-tech medical equipment. Sanitation and hygiene measures have been developed to minimize the impact of medical equipment on the working conditions of medical staff and the living conditions of residents of a dwell-ing house, as well as other factors of influence.

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