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Vol 6, No 1 (1906)

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Basics and methods of modern disinfection
Nikolskiy A.

I have chosen as a specialty the study of the most important in the hygienic relationship of microbes of the plant and animal kingdom. Microbes play an important role in a person's life. Some turned out to be the causative agents of diseases. At the present time, almost with all infectious diseases of a person, microbes producing them have been found.

Kazan medical journal. 1906;6(1):1-11
On disinfection of furs
Nikolskiy A.

Until the end of the day, this question has not been resolved positively. Fur can be dangerous as a carrier of infection if it is obtained from an animal ill or died from some infectious disease. Most often, anthrax spreads with furs, most often from sheepskin coats, hats, especially in troops.

Kazan medical journal. 1906;6(1):12-16
Case of acute nephritis and a few words about lymphadenitis treated with sulphur water
Sheffer P.A.

Sergievskiy mineral water, almost the oldest in Russia in terms of the time of its discovery, for 200 years of its existence did not acquire the fame of a real resort and until the very last days did not leave the framework of a modest medical place. It is not for nothing that they are called the forgotten resort. Not only the general public has forgotten about them, but also the medical brotherhood.

Kazan medical journal. 1906;6(1):17-24
About Acute Leukemia
Lyubimov H.M.

E. Hirtz, G. Delamare and J. Cénevrier jointly describe a case of acute leukemia, without going into special details about which form, to which type of leukemia it should be attributed.

Kazan medical journal. 1906;6(1):25-55
About Sahli's Desmoid Test
Aldor L.

Sahli's new method for the study of gastric chemistry by means of a desmoid test, published last year, has generated great expectations. Indeed, it was very tempting to do without the aid of a gastric tube, the use of which, not to mention the slovenliness of the method, often causes difficulties, especially for nervous individuals.

Kazan medical journal. 1906;6(1):56-58
New reaction for free hydrochloric acid
Simon F.

For the discovery of free hydrochloric acid in gastric juice, Dr. Simon proposes a new reaction based on the properties of guaiac gum to oxidize in the presence of various oxidants (for example, nitric acid) and give a characteristic blue coloration.

Kazan medical journal. 1906;6(1):58-58
To nephritis therapy
Strasser A., Blumenkranz R.

At the congress of Austrian balneologists (March 5, 1906, in Dresden), among other things, the issue of pathological albuminuria and physical methods of its treatment was discussed, and it was found that ordinary active hyperemia is the most favorable condition for circulating blood in the opposite of ishemia or stasis, which invariably leads to urine discharge.

Kazan medical journal. 1906;6(1):59-62

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