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Vpliv nočnega izmenskega dela na obolevnost raka dojke : diplomsko delo
Šljivar, Sabina (Author), Starc, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Thaler, Darja (Co-mentor), Stanek Zidarič, Tita (Reviewer)

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Abstract
Uvod: Po mednarodni Agenciji za raziskave raka je nočno delo ocenjeno kot možni dejavnik kancerogeneze. Raziskave so potrdile povezavo med nočnim delom in rakom dojke. Nočno izmensko delo, ki vključuje cirkadiano motnjo, je bilo povezano s povečano stopnjo raka dojke le v nekaterih epidemioloških raziskavah, vendar so bili dokazi pomanjkljivi. Namen: Namen diplomskega dela je predstaviti tveganje nočnega izmenskega dela za nastanek raka na dojki. Osredotočili smo se predvsem na medicinske sestre in zaposlene v zdravstveni negi. Metode dela: Uporabili smo empirično metodo dela. Znanstveno literaturo smo iskali v podatkovnih bazah CINAHL, MEDLINE in Cochrane in spletnem iskalniku DiKUL. Uporabili smo literaturo in dokumentacijske vire v publikacijah med leti 2012 in 2020. Iskanje literature je potekalo od marca 2020 do maja 2020. Rezultati: Izmensko delo je dobilo osrednji pomen zaradi škodljivih vplivov na zdravje. Velik del svetovnega prebivalstva, vključno z delavci v nočni izmeni, ima zaradi pogostega izmeničnega dela, več zdravstvenih težav in bolezni, vključno z rakom, psihiatričnimi motnjami, nevrološkimi izpadi in presnovnimi motnjami. Razprava in zaključek: Rezultati kažejo, da je nočno delo povezano s povečanim tveganjem za nastanek raka dojke pri ženskah, vendar šele po razmeroma dolgotrajni izpostavljenosti. Iz literature je razvidno, da so potrebne nadaljnje študije za opredelitev in razumevanje intenzivnosti povezave med izmenskim delom in tveganjem za raka.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:diplomska dela, zdravstvena nega, nočno delo, poklicne bolezni, medicinske sestre, rak dojke
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:ZF - University College of Health Studies
Year:2020
Publisher:[S. Šljivar]
Number of pages:23 str.
UDC:616-083
COBISS.SI-ID:45121027 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Impact of night shift work on the incidence of breast cancer : diploma work
Abstract:
Introduction: According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, night work is assessed as a possible factor in carcinogenesis. Research has confirmed a link between night work and breast cancer. Night shift work involving circadian disorder has been associated with increased breast cancer rates in only some epidemiological studies, but evidence has been lacking. Purpose: The purpose of the thesis is to present the risk of night shift work for breast cancer. We focused primarily on nurses and nursing staff. Methods: We used the empirical method of work. We searched the scientific literature in the CINAHL, MEDLINE and Cochrane databases and the DiKUL web search engine. We used literature and documentation sources in publications between 2012 and 2020. The literature search took place from March 2020 to May 2020. Results: Shift work gained central importance due to adverse health effects. A large proportion of the world’s population, including night shift workers, suffer from multiple health problems and illnesses, including cancer, psychiatric disorders, neurological deficits and metabolic disorders, due to frequent shift work. Discussion and conclusion: The results show that night work is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer in women, but only after relatively long-term exposure. It is clear from the literature that further studies are needed to define and understand the intensity of the link between shift work and cancer risk.

Keywords:diploma theses, nursing care, nightwork, occupational diseases, nurses, breast cancer

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