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UČESTALOST LUMBALNOG BOLA KOD RADNO AKTIVNE POPULACIJE /

FREQUENCY OF LUMBAR PAIN IN THE WORKING ACTIVE POPULATION

Authors

 

Anka Vukićević 1, Ranka Ogurlić 2

1NVO ,,Ljepota zdravlja“, Nikšić, Crna Gora
2Dom zdravlja Herceg Novi, Herceg Novi, Crna Gora

 

UDK: 616.711-009.7-085(497.11)"2012"


The paper was received / Rad primljen: 05.10.2020.

Accepted / Rad prihvaćen: 10.11.2020.

 


Correspondence to:


Ranka Ogurlić
JZU Dom zdravlja Herceg Novi,
Nikole Ljubibratića 1
Herceg Novi, Crna Gora
e-mail: rankaogurlic@gmail.com

 

 

Sažetak


Uvod: Sindrom bola u donjem dijelu leđa definisan je kao bol ili nelagoda donjeg dijela tijela lokalizovanog između donje ivice dvanaestog rebra i donje glutealne regije sa ili bez širenja u donje ekstremitete, što može biti ozbiljno za obim koji ograničava uobičajene aktivnosti na više od jednog dana. Cilj: Ispitati uticaj profesionalnog zanimanja i zadovoljstva poslom na pojavu lumbalnog bolnog sindroma kod radno aktivne populacije. Materijal i metod: Neeksperimentalno kvalitativno istraživanje, naučni pregled literature o uticaju profesionalnog zanimanja i zadovoljstva poslom na pojavu lumbalnog bolnog sindroma kod radno aktivne populacije. Rezultati: Rezultati istraživanja navedenih u ovom radu pokazuju da se lumbalni bol može dovesti u vezu sa različitim zanimanjima i sa različitim uzrocima nastanka. Karakterističan je za oba pola, nešto više kod ženske populacije, u dobi kad su zaposleni najproduktivniji i u punoj radnoj snazi. Epizode lumbalnog bola se dešavaju i kod muškaraca zdravstvenih radnika, mlađih zdravstvenih radnika, radnika u poljoprivredi, ribarstvu i šumarstvu, što bi kreatori javnih politika iz oblasti rada i zaštite na radu morali uzeti u obzir. Učestalost lumbalnog bola je visoka kod zaposlenih u trgovini. Zaključak: Veliki broj istraživanja potvrđuje tezu da različita profesionalna zanimanja i različiti faktori utiču na pojavu lumbalnog bola kod radno aktivne populacije. Nezavisno da li su u pitanji radnici koji su na svom radnom mjestu izloženi teškim fizičkim opterećenjima ili su u pitanju kancelarijski radnici svako od njih je imao iskustvo lumbalnog bola bar jednom u životu.


Ključne riječi:

lumbalni bol, zanimanje, radnici, radno okruženje.


Abstract


Introduction: Lower back pain syndrome is defined as lower body pain or discomfort located between the lower edge of the twelfth rib and the lower gluteal region with or without spreading to the lower extremities, which can be severe for a range that limits normal activity to more than one day.
Objective: To examine the impact of professional occupation and job satisfaction on the occurrence of lumbar pain syndrome in the working population. Material and method: Non-experimental qualitative research, scientific review of the literature on the impact of professional occupation and job satisfaction on the occurrence of lumbar pain syndrome in the working population. Results: The results of the research presented in this paper show that lumbar pain can be associated with different occupations and with different causes. It is characteristic of both sexes, somewhat more so in the female population, at the age when employees are most productive and in the full labor force. Episodes of lumbar pain also occur in male health workers, younger health workers, workers in agriculture, fisheries and forestry, which policy makers in the field of labor and safety at work should take into account. The frequency of lumbar pain is very high among store employees. Conclusion: A large number of studies confirm the thesis that different professional occupations and different factors affect the occurrence of lumbar pain in the working population. Regardless of whether they are workers who are exposed to heavy physical loads at their workplace or whether they are office workers, each of them has experienced lumbar pain at least once in their life.


Key words:

lumbar pain, occupation, workers, work environment.

 

 

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