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Vol 36, No 1 (1940)

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Choice of surgery method for restrained hernias
Sokolov N.V.
Abstract

The choice of the method of surgery for restrained hernias is determined mainly by the state of the restrained viscera, especially if the intestine is subjected to infringement. This also determines the method of processing the restrained viscera and the method of processing the hernial canal (inguinal triangle, femoral canal), and therefore all the attention of the surgeon in the first acts of the operation should be directed to determining the state of the restrained viscera.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):3-7
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Transperitoneal section of the bladder with stone disease
Bgantsev N.I.
Abstract

The operative access to the bladder stone has undergone changes over many decades depending on the general state of the surgery. In the beginning, the most common method was perineal incision. They also tried to remove stones through the urethra, rectum, through the pubic and suprapubic sections. Of these operations, the sectio alta is the most popular.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):7-10
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On the question of the treatment of appendicular infiltrates
Nazarov P.V.
Abstract

If the question of treating acute appendicitis at the initial stage of its development (in the first 24-48 hours) is finally resolved in favor of early surgery, then the question of treating appendicitis at a later stage is still controversial.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):11-14
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treatment of purulent wounds with silver water prepared by the method of prof. V. A. Uglova
Aristovsky V.M.
Abstract

In 1933, Negeli discovered the so-called oligodynamic effect of heavy metals, which consists in the fact that negligible, weightless amounts of these metals that have passed into the water kill the algae or bacteria in it.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):14-18
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Observation of the treatment of purulent wounds with white streptocide
Laishevsky V.V.
Abstract

The first clinical observations of the use of streptocide glulam in streptococcal diseases were made in our Union at the therapeutic clinic 2 of Moscow State University (Prof. Gelshtein) and at the Botkin hospital.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):18-20
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Experience in examining the amputated
Nikolaev G.F.
Abstract

Despite the fact that amputations of limbs were known in ancient times, surgeons have not lost interest in them in our time. Modern methods of prosthetics for the crippled with a good supporting stump make it possible to some extent to compensate for the lost limb.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):20-28
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Electrical injury and the fight against it
Mankinkin N.F.
Abstract

Electrical energy is used not only in industry, but is also widely used in the everyday life of workers.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):28-37
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On the possibility of staying in a gas mask for some groups of therapeutic patients
Egorova O.O.
Abstract

The issue of protecting patients from chemical warfare agents is of particular importance for both military doctors and civilian doctors. The best personal protective equipment is a gas mask, but its use is not indifferent to the body.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):37-39
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To the clinical significance of the determination of bile acids in various portions of bile
Vinogradov L.S.
Abstract

The environment of various methods of clinical research of the liver and bile ducts, the study of bile acids, until now, has been given very little space. The presence of bile acids in the urine is mainly investigated, and studies of bile acids in the blood and in various portions of bile are almost completely not used. The explanation for this fact is that the methods proposed so far are either very complex and time-consuming, or so imprecise that they do not even satisfy ordinary practical purposes.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):39-45
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Pancreas in cholecystopathy
Istomina K.V.
Abstract

Until now, diseases of the pancreas (n. G.) Are very rarely diagnosed not only by practical doctors, but also by clinicians.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):46-50
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Heart defects and pulmonary tuberculosis
Kazakov P.T.
Abstract

Clinical observation has established that some diseases are rarely associated with other diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):50-53
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On the joint course of malaria and pulmonary tuberculosis during kumis treatment
Mamish M.G.
Abstract

The joint course and relationship of two infections attracts the attention of many clinicians and pathologists, since this issue seems to be extremely important in practice. The combination of tuberculosis with malaria is of particular interest.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):53-57
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Materials for the doctrine of erysipeloid
Glauberzon S.A., Trachtenberg S.E., Kaminsky P.G.
Abstract

Erysipeloid (e.) Denote an infectious skin disease caused by the penetration of the pathogen of pig erysipelas into the damaged, mostly mechanically, human skin, and localized mainly on the skin of the fingers and the back of the hands. The clinical picture of E. distantly resembles erysipelus, hence its name.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):58-64
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Treatment of acute gonorrheal urethritis with sulfidine
Dmitriev A.I., Egorov G.I.
Abstract

Over the past 1 1/2-2 years, both abroad and in the USSR, more than 20 new soluble and insoluble sulfone preparations have been synthesized.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):64-68
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About autohemotherapy for gonorrheal endocervicitis
Minyusheva Z.S.
Abstract

In the treatment of gonorrhea in women, the cervical canal is the focus of infection, the most difficult to treat.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):68-70
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To the question of the heart suture
Fedorov D.N.
Abstract

1939 marks 43 years since the first cardioraphy performed by the Norwegian Cappellen. The number of cardioraphies already exceeds 1000, and one would think that there is no need for further coverage of this seemingly clear issue.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):71-74
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A case of suturing the right atrium
Meleschenko S.V.
Abstract

Patient M-in AP, 24 years old, locksmith, 1 / IV 1938 was taken to the emergency surgery clinic with a diagnosis of chest injury. The patient was taken from the sobering-up center, where he was directed by the police, who picked him up drunk on the street. He was wounded in a fight with a friend. The patient is pale, in a semi-conscious state, restless, tosses about, groans.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):75-76
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Heart wound suture case
Znamensky M.S.
Abstract

The case described below is the second in my surgical practice. The first1) concerns a strong man wounded in the left ventricle with a knife and operated on 5 hours after the injury. The left ventricular wound was non-penetrating. Stitches on the heart. A blind suture of the heart bag and pleura. Recovery.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):76-77
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External use of blood in the treatment of burns
Voronchikhin S.I.
Abstract

The issue of burns has received exceptional attention lately. Suffice it to point to the VI All-Ukrainian (1936) and 24 All-Union Congresses of Surgeons (1938), where burns were programmatic topics.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):77-78
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Gunshot wound of the chest with situs viscerum inversus totalis
Vakhrameev P.I.
Abstract

The reverse arrangement of the organs of the thoracic and abdominal cavities is a relatively rare anomaly.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):79-79
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Hemolytic shock from blood group incompatibility
Logvinenko P.I.
Abstract

The most common cause of hemolytic shock is blood group incompatibility.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):80-80
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To the doctrine of rickettsioses
Revo M.V.
Abstract

Recently, there has been a significant increase in interest in the study of ricketzioses in humans and domestic animals. New types of rickettsia have been found, their role as causative agents of certain disease processes has been studied, and the role of various insects as transmitters of rickettsiosis has been clarified.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):81-88
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The most important human avitaminosis
Efremov V.V.
Abstract

The book begins with a summary of the history of the discovery of vitamins, followed by a definition of the concepts of vitamin deficiency, hypovitaminosis, mono and polyavitaminosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):88-89
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Treatment by inhalation of bronchial asthma
Dembskaya V.
Abstract

The author studied the effect of antispasmodic substances in attacks of bronchial asthma.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):89-89
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Complication from therapeutic hyperthermia
Dembskaya V.
Abstract

Overheating the body can lead to very serious complications, sometimes fatal.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):89-89
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Renal complications during treatment with sulfpyridine
Dembskaya V.
Abstract

Authors treated 40 pediatric children with sulfpyridine

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):89-90
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Influence of whooping cough on the tuberculous process
Siegel М., Goldberger E.
Abstract

According to most authors, the main reason for the adverse effect of pertussis on tuberculosis is a change in the body's reactivity to tuberculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):90-90
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Skin reaction to determine susceptibility to diphtheria
Gгоsin M.
Abstract

A skin reaction method for determining susceptibility to diphtheria was proposed by Reh (1934).

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):90-91
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Primary bone tumors in childhood
Coley В., Реterson R.
Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):91-91
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Intraspinal tumors in children
Jngraham F.
Abstract

The relative rarity of spinal canal tumors in children is partly due to poor diagnosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):92-92
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Osteomyelitis in childhood
Frank R.
Abstract

Osteomyelitis is one of the most serious diseases in children.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):92-92
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Elbow displacement fractures in children
Robertson D.
Abstract

The author examines the following types of fractures in the elbow joint

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):93-93
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Chronicle
Team E.
Abstract

Armavir maternity hospital received a woman in labor from the collective farm "Red Highlander"

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(1):93-94
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