Vol 48, No 5 (1967)

50 years of development of Soviet health care

Chikin S.Y.

Abstract

The November 1967 days are historic for the Soviet people. November 7 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, which paved the way for profound transformations of our Motherland in social, economic and cultural terms.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):1-5
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Healthcare in Tatarstan during 50 years of Soviet power

Muhutdinov I.Z.

Abstract

The Great October Socialist Revolution opened a new era in the history of mankind, the era of socialism and communism. In a previously backward and impoverished Russia, a new type of state power was created, which cleared our country from exploitation, violence, poverty and ignorance during half a century of its existence.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):5-12
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Development of higher medical education and medical science in Kazan during the years of Soviet power

Hamitov H.S.

Abstract

Soviet higher education is in the full sense of the word the brainchild of the Great October Revolution. For the first time in history, a fundamentally new, democratic system of higher education has been created in our country, incorporating the best, progressive traditions of pre-revolutionary higher education, built on the great ideals of communism.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):12-20
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The most important indicators of the health of the population of the TASSR by the fiftieth anniversary of the great October

Vahitov M.H.

Abstract

Historically, half a century is not a very long period. However, during this time the former Kazan province, one of the most backward in economic, cultural and sanitary relations, has radically changed.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):21-22
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Healthcare of the Udmurt Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

Zisman Y.L.

Abstract

By the time the Regional Department of Public Health of the Udmurt Autonomous Region was organized (March 1921), it had 19 medical departments (of which only 11 were doctors), 1438 hospital beds, 53 paramedic posts with 374 beds. Only 38 doctors (including 6 dentists) and 336 paramedical workers worked in the region.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):23-24
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Breast surgery in the Soviet Union

Korolev B.A.

Abstract

Many outstanding domestic surgeons even in the pre-revolutionary period laid the foundation for chest surgery (I.I. Nasilov, V.D.Dobromyslov, I.F.Sabaneev, P.I.Tikhov, A.G. Podrez, P.I.Dyakonov, M. S. Subbotin, G. F. Zeidler, N. I. Shakhovskoy, N. I. Napalkov, M. M. Trofimov and others), but only after October favorable conditions were created for its further development.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):24-29
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Formation and development of surgery of the pleura, lungs and mediastinum in Kazan and in the TASSR

Ratner U.A.

Abstract

In the significant days of the half-century history of the Soviet state, the first steps of Soviet health care, the formation and development of Soviet surgery in Kazan and in the TASSR involuntarily come to mind.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):29-32
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Kazan School of Cardiology in 50 Years of Soviet Power

Rahlin L.M.

Abstract

Our people are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Great October Revolution with tremendous success in social, economic and cultural development. The path traversed by our country after the elimination of the devastation, epidemics inherited from the First World War and the Civil War, constituted an entire era in world history.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):32-35
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Orthopedics and Traumatology in Tatarstan for the fiftieth anniversary of Soviet power

Shulutko L.I.

Abstract

The Tatar Republic meets the 50th anniversary of the Great October Revolution with great success in the field of healthcare. Traumatology and orthopedics, in particular, were highly developed.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):35-38
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On the history of the formation of the pediatric service in Kazan

Makarov U.V., Makarova G.L., Enikeeva R.I.

Abstract

One of the most important tasks facing the Bolshevik Party after the Great October Socialist Revolution was the emancipation of women and the associated creation of socialist protection for mothers and children.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):38-40
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Protection of motherhood and childhood in tassr

Kuricina E.I., Baranov A.A., Albickiy V.U.

Abstract

Before the revolution, there was no special medical care for women and children. Medical care was provided to them in the general network of medical institutions. In the former. There were only 399 doctors in the Kazan province, of which only 38 were in rural areas. There were 1.4 doctors (excluding dentists) per 10,000 population.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):40-41
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Achievements of Russian otorhinolaryngology in the fight against purulent otitis media, mastoiditis and their complications

Akimov V.N.

Abstract

The approaching 50th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution prompts to take stock in various fields of medical science and practice.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):41-48
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The main problems of modern roentgenocraniology

Galimov I.H.

Abstract

Over the past 20 years, the leading scientific problem of the first department of roentgenology and radiology of the Kazan GIDUV named after VI Lenin is X-ray craniology and X-ray therapy of diseases of the nervous system.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):48-50
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The main directions of the medical institute's assistance to practical health care

Stegunin S.I., Artemov P.I., Ahmetyazova E.S.

Abstract

Medical institutes are called upon on a voluntary basis to provide constant assistance to medical institutions in improving the culture of medical care, improving forms and methods of diagnosis, preventing and eliminating diseases, reducing morbidity and mortality, improving the sanitary culture of the population, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):50-52
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About the neuro-hormonal theory of peptic ulcer disease

Radbil O.S.

Abstract

The neural mechanisms of the development of peptic ulcer disease have been studied in great detail and are most fully integrated in the cortico-visceral theory.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):53-59
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New pharmacotherapeutic ideas in gastroenterology

Lazarev N.V.

Abstract

It is no coincidence that the title to this work speaks of new ideas, not new drugs. A truly valuable new drug is always not only a new means of realizing a previously set task (for example, to limit the acidity or volume of gastric contents in case of a stomach ulcer), but a “materialized” new pharmacological principle, a new idea of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):59-61
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Modern diagnostic methods and surgical tactics for cholelithiasis

Haritonov I.F., Knubovec S.Y.

Abstract

The staff of the faculty surgical clinic named after AV Vishnevsky over the past decade, among others, has also been developing the problem of surgical treatment for diseases of the biliary tract. Research is being conducted through animal experimentation and clinical study of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):61-65
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Help with acute heart failure for patients with heart defects

Shestakov S.V., Maksimova I.V.

Abstract

Acute heart failure, a severe complication of heart disease, significantly worsens the prognosis and is sometimes fatal.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):65-66
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Phonocardiogram with a ball mitral valve prosthesis

Uzbekova L.I., Kilmatova F.F.

Abstract

Prosthetics of the valve apparatus of the heart for acquired defects have already passed their first steps in clinical practice and are beginning to be used more and more widely.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):67-68
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Experience of using tauremizine in acute intoxication

Petrov N.M., Trusov V.A.

Abstract

The question of rational therapy for acute poisoning remains relevant at the present time. In the general complex of measures, pathogenetic and symptomatic therapy is of considerable importance with means that improve the functional state of the most important organs and physiological systems of the body, in particular with pharmacological agents of analeptic action.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):69-70
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On the history of the formation of healthcare and surgical care in the Kirov region

Potapenko V.N.

Abstract

The distant Kazan province was the city of Khlynov (now the city of Kirov), together with the territory of 3 counties assigned to it. In 1780, by the decree of Catherine II, the Vyatka governorship was formed. Khlynov became a provincial town and was renamed Vyatka. In 1782 there was only one doctor, Pogan Glenberg, for the whole province.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):70-72
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On the history of the hospital therapeutic clinic of the Kazan Medical Institute

Teregulov A.G., Mayanskaya C.A.

Abstract

At the Faculty of Medicine of Kazan University, the Department of Hospital Therapy was created in 1870. The initiator and propagandist of the opening of the department was the head of the clinic of private pathology and therapy, prof. I. G. Lingren.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):72-74
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3.P.Soloviev - student of Kazan University

Juchkova N.I.

Abstract

In many works about Zinovy Petrovich Soloviev, the student years of his life are incompletely described. Meanwhile, the Central Archives of the TASSR preserves interesting documents that make it possible to correctly present and understand the formation of the worldview of this prominent scientist and public figure.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):74-76
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Kazan period of activity of professor A.V. Vishnevsky

Haritonov I.F.

Abstract

In research on the creative path of the outstanding surgeon Alexander Vasilievich Vishnevsky (V.I. Pshenichnikov, A.N. Ryzhikh, G.M. Novikov, B.K. Osipov, P.N. Maslov, S.I.Smelovsky), the most important period, which is Kazan is not well covered.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):77-79
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Professor Efim Moiseevich Lepsky

Makarov U.V., Makarova G.A., Enikeeva R.I.

Abstract

Summing up the achievements in the field of health care for the 50th anniversary of Soviet power, it is necessary to recall the Kazan professor E.M. Lepsky, who made a significant contribution to the development of Soviet pediatrics, to the training of pediatricians, to the creation of institutions of the socialist system of child health protection in St. Kazan and Tatarstan.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):79-81
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Doctor-revolutionary Nikolay Vladimirovich Maltsev

Chuchelin G.A.

Abstract

Nikolai Vladimirovich Maltsev was born on May 1, 1891 in the family of a zemstvo veterinarian in the village of Shoshkary, Kozmodemyansk district, Kazan province.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):81-83
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To the history of the surgical society of the Tatar assr

Haritonov I.F., Juchkova N.I., Mavrin M.I., Bahtiozin F.S.

Abstract

The Surgical Society of Tataria is the brainchild of the Kazan Society of Physicians, among the founders of which were surgeons prof. N.F. Vysotsky and prof. A.I.Beketov.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):83-86
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Some results of the activities of the society of oncologists tassr

Ratner U.A.

Abstract

The Society of Oncologists of the TASSR was founded in 1955, shortly after the creation of the All-Union Society of Oncologists, as its branch, and is guided in its activities by the charter of the latter.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):86
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Activities of the Kazan Scientific Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists during 50 years of Soviet power

Andreev V.P.

Abstract

A significant role in the development of scientific psychiatry and neuropathology in Kazan was played by the Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists at Kazan University, which arose in 1892 on the initiative of prof. V. M. Bekhterev.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):87-89
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About side effects of drug therapy

Fridman M.N.

Abstract

Many reports of the conference were devoted to the problem of identifying the activity of the rheumatic process.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):89-90
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All-Union Rheumatology Conference

Krasnoperov F.T., Sherbatenko S.I.

Abstract

Many reports of the conference were devoted to the problem of identifying the activity of the rheumatic process.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):90-92
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Conference of the All-Russian Scientific Society of Physicians dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Soviet power

Celenchuk Y.P.

Abstract

The conference was opened by the Minister of Health of the RSFSR V.V. Trofimov. Action, member of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences prof. E. M. Tareev highlighted the role of the school of Russian therapists in the development of medical science.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):92-94
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II All-Union Symposium of Pediatric Surgeons and I Symposium of Pediatric Surgeons of the Baltic Republics

Miftahov N.A., Ahunzyanov A.A.

Abstract

The II All-Union Symposium of Pediatric Surgeons was dedicated to the surgical pathology of the kidneys in children. According to Yu. F. Isakov, VN Ermolin, VI Derzhavin and IV Kazanskaya (Moscow), malformations of the genitourinary system make up 35-40% of all developmental anomalies in children.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):94-95
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On the physiology and pathology of the endocrine system of women

Melnikova M.M.

Abstract

The first session was devoted to the issues of neuroendocrine regulation of the reproductive cycle and neuroendocrine syndromes in the gynecological clinic.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):96-97
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First All-Union Conference on General Issues of Industrial Toxicology

Kamchatnov V.P., Badugin I.S.

Abstract

The conference was opened by the Deputy Chief Sanitary Doctor of the USSR Ministry of Health P.P. Lyarsky. The development of the chemical industry and the widespread introduction of new chemicals into the national economy pose major challenges to industrial toxicology.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):97-98
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Advances in Anesthesiology - in Dentistry

Ovruckiy G.D., Enikeeva V.I.

Abstract

In February 1967, Moscow hosted a conference on modern problems of anesthesiology and the application of its achievements in dentistry, and a symposium of the Central Research Institute of Dentistry on physical methods of anesthesia.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):99-100
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Dynamics of glucuronic acid in the blood and urine of patients with coronary insufficiency

Yakusheva I.Y., Denisova S.G.

Abstract

We studied the metabolism of glucuronic acid in patients with coronary insufficiency. It has been established that in atherosclerosis, the exchange of acidic mucopolysaccharides is perverted, the functional activity of the liver is disturbed, and the neuro-endocrine regulation of metabolic processes is disturbed.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(5):61
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