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Publisher: Altai State University, Biological Faculty
Journal: Acta Biologica Sibirica
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: ischemic stroke; hemorrhagic stroke; illnesses of the blood circulatory system; geomagnetic activity; solar activity., Biology; Human Ecology; Human Physiology, Биология; Экология человека; Физиология человека
Appealability of the population to emergency medical service in Barnaul with the diagnosis of cerebral stroke, depending on type of a stroke, a sex, age, seasons of year and variations of solar and geomagnetic activity is analysed. According to this gender, age and seasonal features of development of the given disease among the population of Barnaul are found. It is revealed that appealability of the population to emergency medical service with the diagnosis of cerebral stroke is bound to rising levels of solar and geomagnetic activity. The greatest number of complaints of the population fall on the period of geomagnetic storms and gales. At the same time development of cerebral strokes in response to action of factors of geomagnetic activity consists of the immediate, delayed and previous response with the different latent periods.
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