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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||SANITARY DERMATOLOGY - CURRENT STATUS AND RESEARCH NEEDS|
|Abstract:||Public Health Service for skin diseases and related conditions is defined as a field for medical study and interventions, that encompasses health hazards that are epidemiological priorities in Brazil. This report is made to describe the principal related problems towards Collective Health (I) together with some detailed topics on Endemic Pemphigus foliaceus (II), leishmaniasis (III), Leprosy (IV), Sexually Transmitted Diseases - STD (V), Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (VI) and External parasites and dermatophytes (VII). This group of diseases is aping of the dangerous residues. Several techniques exist for treating hazardous residues to reduce or eliminate the risks to health and minimize the effects on the environment deterioration usually associated with the generation of noxious (harmful) substances. These techniques depend on the physical nature and state of the substances: liquid, solid semisolid ol gaseous. In many countries unproductive or abandoned land nr eas are used to dump such residues. In common practice only a limited number of techniques ave used, of which the land-fill is the most common. In Venezuela an interinstitutional commission is presently working on the creation of a Center for the Treatment and final Disposal of Hazardous Residues. Which in turn is generating a National Plan for Handling Industrial Residues. At this date due consideration is being given to the final sites for the construction of the safety land-fills and to the determination of the necessary related administrative processes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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