DRINKING WATER QUALITY OF JEWISH AUTONOMOUS REGION IN CONTENT EXCESS AND DEFICIENCY AND ITS REFLECTION ON PUBLIC HEALTH
Dina G. Bondareva, Olga V. Surits, Nadezhda K. Khristoforova, Elena O. Klinskaya
Pages: 96-102 Published: 1 Jun 2014
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Abstract: Analyzed the levels of fluoride, iron, manganese and hardness in drinking water for the Jewish Autonomous Region 2008-2012. Revealed low levels of stiffness and F, do not reach their optimum levels. Set high content of Fe and Mn in drinking water field. Noted that only in some cases concentrations of Fe and Mn correspond to the MAC. Using factor analysis found that the priority biogeochemical factors affecting the disease of the musculoskeletal system and the circulatory system in the JAR are stiffness and fluoride content in drinking water.
Keywords: drinking water, fluoride, rigidity, iron, manganese, factor analysis, disease of the musculoskeletal system, circulatory system, diseases of the skin