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2017 | 16 | 3 | 94-102
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Risk factors and prevalence of voice disorders in different occupational groups – a review of literature

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Występowanie zaburzeń głosu w różnych grupach zawodowych – przegląd piśmiennictwa
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In today’s world there is a growing number of occupational voice users. With the emergence of new professions which require above-average efficiency of the vocal organ, there is a need to provide prophylaxis and care for these professional groups. The paper presents review of literature on the prevalence of voice disorders in particular professions, summarizes the main risk factors of occupational voice disorders and describes the character of work in vocally demanding professions. The authors underline the need to conduct studies on occupational voice groups, other than teachers, because such studies have not yet be conducted
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Z roku na rok na świecie wzrasta liczba osób zawodowo posługujących się głosem. Wraz z pojawianiem się nowych zawodów wymagających ponadprzeciętnej sprawności narządu głosu, coraz więcej grup zawodowych wymaga objęcia ich opieką i profilaktyką zawodowych zaburzeń głosu. W pracy dokonano przeglądu piśmiennictwa dotyczącego występowania zawodowych zaburzeń głosu w poszczególnych grupach zawodowych, opisano najważniejsze czynniki ryzyka i scharakteryzowano specyfikę pracy głosem w wybranych zawodach. Autorki zwracają szczególną uwagę na konieczność prowadzenia w Polsce badań na innych niż nauczyciele grupach osób zawodowo posługujących się głosem, gdyż takie badania do tej pory nie były prowadzone.
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94-102
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  • Audiology and Phoniatrics Department Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine
  • Audiology and Phoniatrics Department Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine
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