Present-Day Problems of Invalidity With Rural Population

  • Kamushkina, L. V.;
  • Nesterov, V. A.;
  • Poddubnyi, N. P.


The work is part on the researches of the Chair of Social Hygiene and Health Care Organization of "The Red Army" Kuban Medical Institute, which in the sixties drew up a method of study for primary and general invalidity. The work shows the state of general invalidity in an urban place and in some rural ones. The indices of invalidity afford a picture of the population's health state and reflect the quality and efficiency of prophylactic treatment. The organization of invalidity prophylaxis nd the social and medical recovery of the invalids should rely on the principles of the dispensary follow-up.


JOURNAL: Sante Publique (Bucur). 1985; 28(4): 329-336.

Note: La Sante Publique (Bucar).

NLOM ID#: 87019286 .

Publication #: 87019286

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