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Revista Cubana de Medicina Militar

versión impresa ISSN 0138-6557versión On-line ISSN 1561-3046

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SANCHEZ ARRASTIA, Dagmara; MORENO PUEBLA, Reynol; VENTURA VELAZQUEZ, René Esteban  y  TORRES RUIZ, Rolando. Estrés ocupacional en una comunidad cerrada. Rev Cub Med Mil [online]. 2003, vol.32, n.4. ISSN 0138-6557.

The psychiatric morbidity of the personnel working under special working conditons was determined. The following data were collected: personal and family pathological history, the precipitating factors, and the presence of symptoms and possible diagnoses of psychical diseases. To this end, a retrospective, longitudinal and descriptive study of all the cases corresponding to a community of this type that underwent the medical examination as part of the health control from Septemnber, 2000, to June, 2001, was carried out. The medical histories made during the medical check-up were reviewed in order to collect the necessary data. It was observed a predominance of males, accounting for 86.6 %. More than half of the sample had symptoms of stress. 70 % had neither personal nor family history. The working conflicts were most frequent, 58.06 % ; followed by the family conflicts, 12.90 %. Insomnium, 54.83 %; and anxiety, 51.61 %, prevailed as fundamenteal symptoms. The reactive pictures reached the higher incidence.

Palabras clave : MORBIDITY; OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES [etiology]; STRESS, PSICHOLOGICAL; SLEEP DISORDERS; ANXIETY; PRECIPITATING FACTORS; RETROSPECTIVE STUDIES; LONGITUDINAL STUDIES; EPIDEMIOLOGY, DESCRIPTIVE.

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