Study of influence of atmospheric pollyutant on incidence of newborns of congenital anomalies of development in the Belgorod Region

Author(s):  A.V. Tverskaya, candidate of Sciences, Polyclinic №2 of the city of Belgorod, Belgorod, Russia,

I.N. Verzilina, candidate of Sciences, associate Professor, Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod, Russia

Issue:  Volume 41, №2

Rubric:  Preventive Medicine

Annotation:  In article analysis results of impact of anthropogenic pollyutant on incidence of newborn VPR in regions of the Belgorod region are explained. The greatest environmental risk in the conditions of the raised anthropogenic loading of atmospheric pollyutant is set for congenital anomalies of genitals (OR=1.91-2.86), defects of bone and muscular system (OR=1.76-2.16). Bursts to the air basin of vanadium of pentoxide define increase in risk of development of congenital anomalies of development of genitals, uric, bone and muscular systems and the general incidence of VPR among newborns in the Belgorod region. The maximum number of significant correlations with contaminants of the atmosphere is received for prevalence of transposition of trunk tanks, an atresia of a gullet, a gastroshizis. The analysis of the atmospheric emissions of pollutants into the air in two groups of districts of the Belgorod region, depending on the incidence of newborn malformations (ranking of districts by level of neonatal morbidity CDF): with a low prevalence (15 districts) and high morbidity (6 districts). It is revealed that the total volume of atmospheric pollutant emissions in the group of districts with a high incidence of neonatal malformations 1.85 times higher than areas with a low prevalence of newborns VLOOKUP (54.07 and of 29.17 thousand tons/year, respectively)

Keywords:  reproductive health, congenital abnormalities, atmospheric pollutants, the relative environmental risk

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