(REHABILITATION OF OIL AND GAS WORKERS USING THERMAL HEALTH-IMPROVING PROCEDURES)
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E.I. Konstantinov, DSc in Biology, PhD in Engineering, Gazprom VNIIGAZ LLC (Moscow, Russia), E_Konstantinov@vniigaz.gazprom.ru
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