Accession Number : AD0772449
Title : Some Clinical and Physiological Studies of Workers Subjected to Stable Noise,
Corporate Author : ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER CHARLOTTESVILLE VA
Personal Author(s) : Dumkina,G. Z.
Report Date : 07 DEC 1973
Pagination or Media Count : 7
Abstract : Some of the turret lathe and automatic lathe operators studied, subjected to the influence of middle and high frequency noise at 82-99 db, showed functional changes in the nervous system characteristic for the astheno-vegetative syndrome. The degree and frequency of these changes increased with increasing noise intensity and working experience under the influence of noise. A number of persons, with no organic changes in the cardiovascular system, showed functional changes of hemodynamics, manifested as cardiac-type complaints, lability of blood pressure and a tendency toward capillary spasm. In some cases, a persistent reduction in auditory sensitivity was noted in the high frequency range, progressive with increasing noise intensity and work experience.
Descriptors : *Noise pollution, *Industrial medicine, *Machinery noise, Pathology, Nervous system, Machine tools, Lathes, Stress(Physiology), Translations, USSR, Cardiovascular system, Industrial medicine, Industrial hygiene, Fatigue(Physiology), Blood pressure, Electrocardiography, High frequency, Hearing
Subject Categories : Stress Physiology
Environmental Health and Safety
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE