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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Federal Scientific Center for Medical and Preventive Health Risk Management Technologies
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1 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―19 EPIDEMIOLOGIC ASPECTS IN PREVENTION OF THE NEW CORONAVIRUS INFECTION (COVID-19): LITERATURE REVIEW T.M. Butaev, A.S. Tsirikhova, D.V. Kabaloeva, D.O. Kudukhova
2 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―19 ON ESTIMATING THE ADDITIONAL INCIDENCE OF COVID-19 AMONG POPULATIONS EXPOSED TO POLLUTED AMBIENT AIR: METHODICAL APPROACHES AND SOME PRACTICAL RESULTS N.V. Zaitseva, I.V. May, J. Reis, P.S. Spenser, D.A. Kiryanov, M.R. Kamaltdinov
3 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―19 ADHERENCE TO VACCINATION AND PERCEPTION OF COVID-19 RISK AMONG POPULAITON IN THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS E.A. Hutsich, S.I. Sychyk, S.L. Itpayeva-Liudchyk
4 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―19 THE RISK OF COVID-19 SEVERITY IN PATIENTS WITH MS APPEARS TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH IMMUNOTHERAPY E. Iacobaeus, I. Boström, Ch. Zhukovsky, Sh.G. Berntsson, A.-M. Landtblom
5 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―18 EPIDEMIOLOGIC ASPECTS IN PREVENTION OF THE NEW CORONAVIRUS INFECTION (COVID-19): LITERATURE REVIEW T.M. Butaev, A.S. Tsirikhova, D.V. Kabaloeva, D.O. Kudukhova
6 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―18 ON ESTIMATING THE ADDITIONAL INCIDENCE OF COVID-19 AMONG POPULATIONS EXPOSED TO POLLUTED AMBIENT AIR: METHODICAL APPROACHES AND SOME PRACTICAL RESULTS N.V. Zaitseva, I.V. May, J. Reis, P.S. Spenser, D.A. Kiryanov, M.R. Kamaltdinov
7 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―18 ADHERENCE TO VACCINATION AND PERCEPTION OF COVID-19 RISK AMONG POPULAITON IN THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS E.A. Hutsich, S.I. Sychyk, S.L. Itpayeva-Liudchyk
8 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Oct―18 THE RISK OF COVID-19 SEVERITY IN PATIENTS WITH MS APPEARS TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH IMMUNOTHERAPY E. Iacobaeus, I. Boström, Ch. Zhukovsky, Sh.G. Berntsson, A.-M. Landtblom
9 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jul―30 Suicides during the COVID-19 pandemic: comparing frequencies in three population groups, 9.2 million people overall V.A. Rozanov, N.V. Semenova, Yu.G. Kamenshchikov, A.Ya. Vuks, V.V. Freize, L.V. Malyshko, et al. (+6)
10 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jul―30 COVID-19: neurological sequelae P.S. Spencer, G. Román, A. Buguet, A. Guekht, J. Reis
11 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jul―29 Suicides during the COVID-19 pandemic: comparing frequencies in three population groups, 9.2 million people overall V.A. Rozanov, N.V. Semenova, Yu.G. Kamenshchikov, A.Ya. Vuks, V.V. Freize, L.V. Malyshko, et al. (+6)
12 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jul―29 COVID-19: neurological sequelae P.S. Spencer, G. Román, A. Buguet, A. Guekht, J. Reis
13 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―May―03 Spatio-temporal modeling of COVID-19 epidemic V.L. Sokolovsky, G.B. Furman, D.A. Polyanskaya, E.G. Furman
14 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―May―03 Approaches to analyzing efficiency of respiratory protective equipment as a way to reduce health risks during COVID-19 pandemic E.A. Shashina, T.S. Isiutina-Fedotkova, V.V. Makarova, O.A. Gruzdeva, O.V. Mitrokhin
15 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Apr―09 Spatio-temporal modeling of COVID-19 epidemic V.L. Sokolovsky, G.B. Furman, D.A. Polyanskaya, E.G. Furman
16 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Apr―09 Approaches to analyzing efficiency of respiratory protective equipment as a way to reduce health risks during COVID-19 pandemic E.A. Shashina, T.S. Isiutina-Fedotkova, V.V. Makarova, O.A. Gruzdeva, O.V. Mitrokhin
17 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jan―08 Prevalence of behavioral risk factors that cause contagion with COVID-19 among population in belarus: results obtained via cross-sectional study S.I. Sychik
18 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jan―08 COVID-19: well-known drugs, new opportunities A.Kh. Ashirmetov, I.R. Mavlyanov, Z.I. Mavlyanov, G.Zh. Zharylkasynova
19 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jan―08 Dependence between mortality in regions and prevalence of active SARS-COV2 carriers and resources available to public healthcare organizations V.S. Stepanov
20 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jan―05 Prevalence of behavioral risk factors that cause contagion with COVID-19 among population in belarus: results obtained via cross-sectional study S.I. Sychik
21 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jan―05 COVID-19: well-known drugs, new opportunities A.Kh. Ashirmetov, I.R. Mavlyanov, Z.I. Mavlyanov, G.Zh. Zharylkasynova
22 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2021―Jan―05 Dependence between mortality in regions and prevalence of active SARS-COV2 carriers and resources available to public healthcare organizations V.S. Stepanov
23 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2020―Dec―03 Understanding the perception and hierarchy of risks: an environmental medico-scientific perspective with COVID-19 in mind J. Reis, N.V. Zaitseva, P.S. Spencer
24 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2020―Oct―16 Understanding the perception and hierarchy of risks: an environmental medico-scientific perspective with COVID-19 in mind J. Reis, N.V. Zaitseva, P.S. Spencer
25 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2020―Aug―10 Dynamics of local epidemic COVID-19 outbreak through the prism of compartment modeling V.F. Obesnyuk
26 [GO] Health Risk Analysis 2020―Jul―14 Dynamics of local epidemic COVID-19 outbreak through the prism of compartment modeling V.F. Obesnyuk


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