At the same time, the absence of objective manifestations of violation 3. does not yet indicate the absence of a disease state, since overstrain of protective-adaptive mechanisms, in itself without disturbing 3., can lead to the onset of illness when the body is exposed to extreme stimuli. Adaptation disorders of the organism to constantly changing environmental conditions are transitional states between 3. and disease (see).
Thus, the state 3. can be objectively established only by a set of many parameters: anthropometric, wedge., Fiziol., Biochem, indicators determined taking into account gender and age factors, as well as social, climatic, geographical and meteorol. conditions. Apparently, in the most general terms, it is possible to define an individual as a natural state of the organism, characterized by its complete balance with the biosphere and the absence of any pronounced painful changes.
Urology is classified as a surgical subspecialty, but since a wide variety of clinical problems are encountered when treating urological conditions, knowledge of internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, and other specialties is required.
- The new Constitution of the USSR (1977) affects the foundations of every person's life - this is the right to work, to rest, to health protection, to material security in old age, in case of illness, to housing, etc
- For the first time in the history of mankind, the Constitution of the USSR guarantees Soviet people the right to health protection
- This right is ensured by free qualified medical care provided by public health institutions
- expanding the network of institutions for the treatment and health promotion of citizens
- development and improvement of safety and industrial sanitation
- measures to improve the environment, keep air and water clean
- carrying out extensive preventive measures
Soviet health care strives to develop, preserve and strengthen 3. people in every possible way. The Fundamentals of Legislation of the USSR and the Union Republics on Health Care, adopted by the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on December 19, 1969, says:“Protecting the health of the people is one of the most important tasks of the Soviet state. The protection of public health is the responsibility of all state bodies and public organizations. Citizens of the USSR must take good care of their own health and the health of other members of society. " The Communist Party of the Soviet Union attaches extremely great importance to the protection of Soviet people. The report of the Central Committee of the CPSU to the XXV Congress of the CPSU says: "Among the social tasks there is nothing more important than concern for the health of Soviet people."
The scientific organization of protection 3. of individuals and groups of people should be based on prevention, in particular on increasing the protective properties of the human body, on strengthening hereditary resistance to the effects of harmful factors, as well as on creating conditions that prevent the possibility of human contact with various pathogenic irritants. Among preventive measures, one of the main places is occupied by environmental protection (see).