THE SUBJECTIVE HEALTH INDEX AS A CRITERION FOR ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF THE PRENOSOLOGICAL STATE OF THE BODY

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M. K. KARABAEV
M. T. BOTIROV
N. M. GASANOVA

Abstract

Early diagnosis of prenosological conditions and focus on strengthening primary prevention, health improvement and health protection of practically healthy people is an urgent task of preventive medicine. One of the most significant indicators of each person's attitude to health is his self-assessment of his physical and mental state. Subjective assessment of health can be considered as one of its indicators. In this work, based on the results of subjective self-assessment of the health level of groups of young people, using the approach of deterministic factor analysis and an additive model of the relationship of factors with the result to be detected, an informative integral marker is proposed - the subjective health index (SНI), methods for its determination, as well as criteria and scales for assessing the prenosological level of somatic health. The reliability of the obtained results is confirmed by their comparison with the results of objective studies. The aim of this work is to develop a non-invasive express method for assessing the prenosological level of individual health and, on their basis, to create a technology for remote prenosological diagnostics and monitoring of the health of a healthy population.

Keywords:
Health levels, prenosological conditions, prenosological diagnostics, subjective health assessment, subjective health index, risk factors.

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KARABAEV, M. K., BOTIROV, M. T., & GASANOVA, N. M. (2021). THE SUBJECTIVE HEALTH INDEX AS A CRITERION FOR ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF THE PRENOSOLOGICAL STATE OF THE BODY. Asian Journal of Advances in Medical Science, 2(4), 9-15. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIMS/article/view/1790
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