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SUNBURN TENDENCIES IN GEORGIA Nona Magradze Mariam Rukhadze Mariam Izoria Sopio Aspanidze Masters of University of Georgia Tbilisi, 2013
Sunburn Sunburn occurs when skin is burned by ultraviolet (UV) radiation, most often after being in the sun for too long
The Sun - Harmful Causes Sunburn Makes Our Skin Wrinkle Causes Skin Cancer Causes Eye Damage
The Sun - Helpful Keep us warm Makes Vitamin D Kills Germs Makes Us Feel Good Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Research Method Randomized Survey Research Problem Wrong Sun Safety Action Steps in Georgia
Data From the Center of Burns and Plastic Surgery
Research Procedure Requiring young persons by Questionnaire in Swimming Pool, Cafes, Social Network Statistics From Burns Center in Tbilisi
Research Instrument Questionnaire (17 Questions)
Our Respondents Young Population: Age Range 14 – 29 Number of persons: 36 (25 Female; 11 Male) Demographic Area: Tbilisi
Our Respondents Skin Color: Majority was Light/Medium
Data Analsysis Education: most respondents (32) had higher education
Data Analsysis 25 From 36 used go to seaside for tanning For effective tanning use majority of our respondents don’t use any remedies
Remedies for effective tanning
Data Analysis 23 From 36 don’t reapply the lotion No cases of hospitalization (0) Have no sufficient information about harms of sun (18)
Data Analysis Common Skin Problem were pigmented spots (17) Common Symptom – Headache (25) 14 from 36 used to stay under sun rays during the peak hours
Data Analysis Popular method of treatment after sunburn was Self-treatment by home remedies (17) 21 from 36 think that are safe from the sun's damaging rays on cloudy days
Data Analysis Liquid intake was 2L in most cases TV and Commercials were main sources for tanning recommendations (18) Popular season for tanning was summer (30)
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Recommendations Use Sunscreen Use sunscreen of SPF 30+ generously and reapply every 2 hours, or after working, swimming, playing, or exercising outdoors. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Recommendations Wear a Hat A hat with a wide brim offers good sun protection for your eyes, ears, face, and the back of your neck
Recommendations for Primary Care Arrange Trainings, Leaflets, Brochures, Posters to Educate of Population
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