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Hearing Disorders: HELP
Articles by I. N. Fedina
Based on 3 articles published since 2010
(Why 3 articles?)

Between 2010 and 2020, I. N. Fedina wrote the following 3 articles about Hearing Disorders.
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Adeninskaya, E E / Bukhtiarov, I V / Bushmanov, A Iu / Dayhes, N A / Denisov, E I / Izmerov, N F / Mazitova, N N / Pankova, V B / Preobrazhenskaya, E A / Prokopenko, L V / Simonova, N I / Tavartkiladze, G A / Fedina, I N. · ·Med Tr Prom Ekol · Pubmed #27265944.

ABSTRACT: Noise induced hearing loss is a slowly developing hearing impairment, caused by occupational exposure to excessive noise levels, constitutes a lesion of the auditory analyzer and clinically manifested as chronic bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. Currently, there is not a treatment that provide a cure of sensorineural hearing loss. Regular, individually tailored treatment should be directed to the pathogenic mechanisms and specific clinical symptoms of hearing loss, as well as the prevention of complications. We recommend using non-drug therapies that can improve blood flow in labyrinth, tissue and cellular metabolism.

2 Article [The occupational risk of hearing impairment associated with cardiovascular pathologies in the subjects engaged in 'noisy' industries]. 2016

Pankova, V B / Preobrazhenskaya, E A / Fedina, I N. ·All-Russian Research Institute of Railway Hygiene, Rospotrebnadzor, Moscow, Russia, 125497. · F.F. Erisman Federal Research Centre of Hygiene, Rospotrebnadzor, Mytishchi, Moscow region, Russia, 131014. ·Vestn Otorinolaringol · Pubmed #27876737.

ABSTRACT: The objective of the present study was to analyze the structure of concomitant somatic pathology in the subjects experiencing the occupational hearing problems. The study demonstrated the increase in the frequency of concomitant chronic diseases and the prevalence of polynosological conditions with the increasing severity of hearing impairment. It was shown that cardiovascular pathologies tend to enhance the risk of hearing loss in the employees engaged in «noisy» occupations. The cause-and-effect relationships were elucidated as the contribution of the "vascular" factor to the formation of occupational pathology of the organs of hearing. The clinical audilogical features of co-morbid occupational hearing impairment associated with vascular pathology were characterized by the accelerated development and progression of the hearing disorders with the gradual disappearance of the audiological signs characteristic of noise-induced lesions.

3 Article [Current aspects of harmonization of classification of occupational hearing loss]. 2013

Pankova, V B / Sinëva, E L / Tavartkiladze, G A / Fedina, I N / Preobrazhenskaia, E A / Mukhamedova, G R. · ·Vestn Otorinolaringol · Pubmed #23715485.

ABSTRACT: The objective of the present work was to develop unified criteria for the evaluation of the severity of noise-induced hearing loss. Current approaches to taking expert decisions based on the results of medical examination of the patients with impaired hearing are substantially different due to the considerable difference between the criteria for the estimation of hearing envisaged by the international classification, occupational pathology classification, and the national system of medico-social expertise. We undertook an attempt to correct and harmonize the existing criteria for the estimation of severity of occupational hearing loss based on the integration of all the three classification in order to "reduce them to a common denominator" and thereby to ensure the basis for the unified diagnostic and expert decisions for the cases of hearing impairment of any etiology. The project proposed in this paper makes it possible to use unified criteria for the assessment of the degree of hearing loss caused by occupational noises for diagnostic purposes and expertise compatible with the internationally accepted approaches.