Vol 48, No 6 (1967)

RESULTS OF RESEARCH WORK OF MEDICAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF THE RSFSR FOR 1966
Naymenko U.I.
Abstract

The research activities of the institutions of the RSFSR in 1966 were aimed at solving the problems posed to medical science and health care by the Program of the CPSU, the XXIII Congress of the CPSU.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):1-6
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Reconstructive surgery for obstruction of the peripheral arteries
Zaharova G.N.
Abstract

The advances in vascular reconstructive surgery achieved in recent years are largely due to the development and widespread use of vascular prostheses. Thanks to the use of preserved homografts, artificial synthetic prostheses, improvement of the vascular suture and the use of anticoagulants, vascular reconstructive operations are successfully performed in a number of vascular centers.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):6-9
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ALLOPLASTY OF ARTERIES
Izmailov G.A.
Abstract

In recent years, surgeons have increasingly begun to meet with various constrictions of the great vessels caused by atherosclerosis, obliterating endarteritis, obliterating thromboangiitis and other diseases. Special large medical institutions are not able to serve all patients with these diseases, therefore, it is of particular interest to organize their treatment in peripheral hospitals.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):9-10
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INDICATIONS FOR CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ARTERIAL OBSTRUCTION
Strelnikov I.I.
Abstract

The treatment of patients with acute arterial obstruction (spasm, acute thrombosis, embolism) still remains one of the most difficult and unresolved problems in cardiovascular pathology. The points of view of researchers on this issue differ: some (B.P.Kushelevsky, A.V. Miklashevskaya, A.L. Myasnikov, G.V. Andrenko, E.I. Chazov, etc.) adhere to the tactics of conservative treatment, others ( 3.V. Ogloblina, 1955; G.L. Ratner, 1963; B.V. Petrovsky et al., 1965; N. Haigpoпisi, 1960; I. Cranley, 1964, and others) are deeply convinced of the advantage of surgical treatment ( thrombus or embolectomy) in combination with the use of anticoagulants, fibrinolysin, antispasmodic and ganglion blocking agents.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):10-11
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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY OF SKIN VESSEL TONE FOR PATHOGENETIC THERAPY OF PATIENTS WITH OBLITERATIVE ENDARTERIIS
Alimov Z.Z.
Abstract

Determination of the degree of development and state of collateral circulation in obliterating endarteritis of the lower extremities is of great importance in choosing a method of treatment, assessing its effectiveness and in the employment of patients with chronic forms of the disease. Many authors recommend using contrast arteriography for this.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):12-15
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TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH OBLITERATIVE DISEASES OF THE ARTERY OF THE LIMBS WITH NICOTINIC ACID IN LARGE DOSES
Ahrem-Ahremovich R.M., Lakshina L.K.
Abstract

Experimental and clinical studies carried out in recent years have shown that nicotinic acid, in addition to a vasodilator effect, has a number of other valuable properties. Thus, in experimental atherosclerosis, nicotinic acid in large doses reduces cholesterol levels in animals and largely protects them from the development of aortic atheromatosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):15-17
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IODINE SAMPLE, SIALIC ACID CONTENT AND INDICATORS OF DIPHENYLAMINE REACTION IN PATIENTS WITH COMPLICATED ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Eliseeva M.M., Varshavom A.A.
Abstract

In the diagnosis of complications of atherosclerosis, great importance has recently been attached to the change in the level of some components of the mucopolysaccharide blood complex, by which the severity of the pathological process is judged. For the differential diagnosis of various forms of acute coronary insufficiency, the determination of the content of sialic acids and the diphenylamine reaction are widely used.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):17-18
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TO THE PATHOMORPHOLOGY OF RETICULAR FORMATION OF THE BRAIN IN ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND HYPERTONIC DISEASE
Ismailov M.F.
Abstract

In the pathogenesis of vascular catastrophes in recent years, decisive importance is attached to the disruption of the activity of the central apparatus that regulate cerebral and coronary circulation.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):18-19
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PAINLESS CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND THE STATE OF THE NERVO-RECEPTOR EQUIPMENT OF LARGE ARTERIAL VESSELS OF THE BRAIN, HEART AND KIDNEY IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERTONIC DISEASE
Polyanceva A.I.
Abstract

The literature describes atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries without pain. Along with this, severe attacks of angina pectoris with a fatal outcome are possible in the absence of coronary atherosclerosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):20-22
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INFLUENCE OF VITAMIN ВІ5 (PANGAMIC ACID) ON CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Salihov I.G.
Abstract

The problem of treating patients with atherosclerosis remains one of the most urgent, since the means available in the doctor's arsenal are not effective enough.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):22-24
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THE APPLICATION OF CORTICOSTEROID HORMONES IN PATIENTS WITH SENOCARDIA AND CHRONIC CORONARY INSUFFICIENCY
Solovieva A.M.
Abstract

Despite the fact that ACTH and corticosteroids have been used for more than 10 years in the treatment of patients with bronchial asthma, rheumatism and infectious nonspecific polyarthritis, the study of their effect on the atherosclerotic process in the heart muscle is still in its initial stage.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):25-26
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INFLUENCE OF PANIBIN ON CORONARY CIRCULATION ACCORDING TO ELECTRO- AND VECTORCARDIOGRAPHY DATA
Legostev B.I., Ufereva N.A.
Abstract

It is known that pain syndrome contributes to the maintenance of the spastic state of the coronary vessels (S. M. Dionesov, 1963; A. V. Vinogradov, 1964). However, practical medicine has a limited number of means by which it can be eliminated.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):26-27
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THE MECHANISM OF THE TREATMENT OF OXYGEN IN CORONARY INSUFFICIENCY
Lisovskiy V.A.
Abstract

Many clinicians note the effectiveness of oxygen therapy for angina pectoris and myocardial infarction [2, 3, 11, 12, 13, 15, 22, 23, 24, 26]. However, the mechanism for the therapeutic action of O2 remains unclear. Until recently, only the substitutional effect of O2 was taken into account, i.e., the replenishment of its deficiency in tissues and organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):27-29
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THROMBOEMBOLIC COMPLICATIONS IN SMALL- AND LARGE-FOCUSED MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Trushinskiy Z.K.
Abstract

The incidence of thromboembolic complications in myocardial infarction, according to different authors, varies widely, from 5 to 60% [1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7], depending on the composition of patients and the recording method (for example, thrombophlebitis and repeated heart attacks, some authors taken into account as thromboembolic complications, others are not).

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):29-30
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TO THE MECHANISM OF HEMOSTATIC ACTION OF CATECHOLAMINS
Zubairov D.M., Popova L.G.
Abstract

50 years ago, after detailed studies by V. Kennon and his collaborators [6], it was undeniably shown that adrenaline accelerates blood coagulation in animals. Later, these data were confirmed by numerous studies.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):31-35
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THE IMPORTANCE OF RHEOENCEPHALOGRAPHY IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF CEREBRAL DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH CERVICAL OSTEOCHONDROSIS
Ratner A.U.
Abstract

The method of rheoencephalography (REG) is based on the study of tissue electrical resistance. Since the resistance of all tissues is constant and changes only depending on the volume of inflowing blood, the rheogram curve is a reflection of the volumetric pulse.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):35-38
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CLINICAL AND X-RAY DIAGNOSTICS OF HYPERPARATHYROIDOSIS
Buhman A.I., Tarkova V.N.
Abstract

In 1891, Recklinghausen first described hyperparathyroid osteodystrophy under the name ostitis fibrosa cystica generalisata, considering bone changes as manifestations of the inflammatory process. In 1904, the pathologist Ashkenazi linked these changes with damage to the parathyroid glands.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):38-42
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SHIFTS IN ELECTROLYTIC EXCHANGE IN CHILDREN WITH RACHITIS
Davudova V.M.
Abstract

In the pathogenesis of rickets, the most studied is phosphorus-calcium metabolism. Other types of mineral metabolism, in particular the exchange of electrolytes, have not been sufficiently studied. Only a small number of works have been devoted to the content of electrolytes K and Na in rickets.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):42-44
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CLINICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DYSENTERY ZONE IN CHILDREN
Zuzina T.S.
Abstract

The peculiarities of the course of dysentery in recent years are due to an increase in the reactivity of the macroorganism, improved methods of treatment and diagnostics, a change in the etiological structure towards an increase in the role of less toxic strains of dysentery pathogens.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):44-45
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MODIFICATION OF THE CHRONIS OPERATION IN THE CURRENT CURVATION OF THE LID
Zarbeeva M.S.
Abstract

According to many authors, the Chronis operation is indicated to correct cicatricial volvulus of the eyelids and trichiasis.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):46
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ABOUT HYPERTENSION OF GIRL
Freidlin I.I.
Abstract

Recognition of the initial periods of late toxicosis, and even more pre-toxic conditions, helps to prevent severe forms of this complication of pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):46-47
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TREATMENT OF WOMEN WITH ENDOCERVICITIS AND CERVICAL EROSION BY DEEP ELECTROCOAGULATION
Shapkina N.A.
Abstract

For the treatment of women with cervical erosions and chronic endocervicitis, we used deep electrocoagulation with spherical or disc (4 mm) monoactive electrodes at a current strength of 0.4-0.5 A (EN-57 apparatus).

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):48
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OXYTOCINASE ACTIVITY IN BLOOD OF PARENTS AND PARENTS
Drevnyak K., Balash A., Benyash A.
Abstract

According to the literature, oxytocinase activity in the blood of pregnant women increases in parallel with the development of pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):48-50
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1 Clinic for Obstetrics and Gynecology (Head - Prof. Stefan Schwarz) Medical Academy in Krakow
Balash A., Benyash A., Drevnyak C.
Abstract

The problem of the simultaneous study of many parameters in women of the same group, who are in the same conditions during childbirth and after the birth period, is recognized in modern world literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):50-52
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PREVENTION OF REPEATED EXTRAUTERIC PREGNANCY
Podlevskih R.V., Verhovskiy A.L.
Abstract

Repeated ectopic pregnancy, according to Soviet scientists, accounts for up to 10.4% of all ectopic pregnancies.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):52
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DETECTION OF ACTIVE LEUKOCYTES IN PYELONEPHRITIS IN PREGNANT WOMEN
Sabelnikova T.I.
Abstract

In 1949 Sternheimer and Malbin proposed a method of in vivo staining of urine elements with a water-alcohol mixture of safranin and gentian violet.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):53
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TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH BLADDER TUMORS
Mavrin M.I.
Abstract

At present, a great deal of experience has been accumulated in the treatment of patients with neoplasms of the bladder. However, the inadequacy of existing treatment methods forces clinicians to seek more rational methods of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):54-55
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К РЕНТГЕНОДИАГНОСТИКЕ ФАЗЫ ЭКССУДАЦИИ ПРИ ХРОНИЧЕСКОМ ГАЙМОРИТЕ
Faizyllin M.H., Amirova A.H.
Abstract

To clarify the amount of radiologically detected effusion in the maxillary sinus, one of the authors (A. Kh. Amirova) underwent three puncture of each sinus with the introduction of an increasing amount of saline (1, 2, -3, 5, 10, 15 ml). Each time, images were taken in the naso-chin projection in the vertical and horizontal positions of the subject.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):55-56
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THE ROLE OF INFECTION IN THE OCCURRENCE OF MENIER'S DISEASES AND DISEASES SIMILAR TO IT
Olisov V.S.
Abstract

Reports of vestibular and vestibular-auditory disorders of infectious origin that do not fit into the typical picture of tympanogenic or meningogenic labyrinthitis, as well as diseases of the brain and its membranes, have long begun to appear in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):56-58
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SUBLINGUAL APPLICATION OF ISADRIN FOR LATERAL HEART BLOCADES IN PATIENTS WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Bogoyavlensky V.F., Bakirova S.U., Bubis C.Z.
Abstract

Isadrin (isopropylnoradrenaline, novodrin), first used in 1952 by Nathanson and Miller, proved to be especially valuable in the long-term treatment of patients with atrioventricular conduction disorders. At present, it is successfully prescribed for partial and complete atrioventricular blockade and Edems-Stokes syndrome (Zarday, 1964).

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):59
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SIMULTANEOUS GASTRIC DAMAGE WITH VARIOUS BENIGN TUMORS
Fedorov V.V.
Abstract

The defeat of the stomach at the same time by various benign tumors is extremely rare, in connection with which the case we observed is of interest.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):59-60
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BLADDER LEIOMIOMA
Sitdukov E.N.
Abstract

Leiomyomas are known to be rare forms of bladder tumors. They are observed mainly in 40-60-year-olds.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):60-61
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DIAGNOSTICS OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS IN PREGNANT WOMEN
Mazchenko N.S.
Abstract

As you know, the diagnosis of acute appendicitis during pregnancy, especially in the second half of it, is difficult.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):61-62
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PREGNANCY AND BIRTH IN "THROMBOEMBOLIC DISEASE"
Korolkova O.L.
Abstract

When analyzing statistical materials in the aspect of hospital-wide mortality, B.P.Kushelevsky and E.D.Schmidt noted that thrombosis and embolism are most often observed in women.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):62-63
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ALLOPLASTY OF THE INJURED POPLEGEANE ARTERY
Usupov F.S., Bahtiozin F.S.
Abstract

K., 42 years old, was delivered on 7 / XII 1963 an hour after the injury. Diagnosis: open multifragile fracture of the lower third of the left femur with massive damage to soft tissues, crush and thrombosis of the popliteal artery over a considerable extent; traumatic neuritis of the left sciatic nerve with paralysis of the foot; shock II Art.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):63-64
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Congenital hemolytic anemia of the Minkowski-Shoffard type in 4 family members
Porseva S.Y., Mannanova H.F., Haritonova A.M.
Abstract

On 25 / XII 1966, a 12-year-old boy Sasha S. was admitted to the children's hospital with a diagnosis of anemia, hepatolienal syndrome. Pirquet's reaction is positive since February 1966.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):64
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Anticoagulant therapy of ischemic heart disease on an outpatient basis
Mizin I.I.
Abstract

We studied the state of blood coagulability in 700 dispensary patients with hypertension and atherosclerosis on an outpatient basis. In 182 of them (in 94 with hypertension II "A" stage and in 88 with atherosclerosis in the II period of the I stage according to the classification of A. L. Myasnikov) the ECG showed signs of myocardial ischemia.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):64-65
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Erythromyelosis (di Guglielmo syndrome) in a 7-year-old child
Svyatkina G.B.
Abstract

Acute erythromyelosis was first described by di Guglielmo in 1917. This suffering is characterized by severe progressive anemia with a subacute course, hyperplasia and anaplasia of the red sprout of the bone marrow.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):65-66
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Hypervitaminosis D in a child
Kelehsaeva E.M., Potemkina A.M.
Abstract

X., 8.5 months, was admitted to the hospital on 14/2 1965. The girl is restless, she has poor appetite, vomiting, constipation, fever within the last 5-6 days, a sharp emaciation.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):66
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Influence of vitamin C provision on hemoglobin and serum iron levels in the blood of children
Chigarina L.A.
Abstract

We studied 116 children of two preschool orphanages in Leningrad at the age of 3-7 years, of whom 58 received daily 100 or 300 mg of ascorbic acid until the body was saturated.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):66-67
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Effect of depolarizing relaxants on blood pseudocholinesterase activity
Kazancev F.N.
Abstract

In modern anesthesiology, muscle relaxants with a depolarizing effect are most widely used, the duration of the effect of which, as is known, depends on the activity of blood pseudocholinesterase.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):67
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Festering urachus cyst in a 2-year-old girl
Gorshkov V.V.
Abstract

Urachus cysts in children are relatively rare, so we decided to share our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):67
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Pancreatic cyst in a 14-year-old girl
Naumov V.F.
Abstract

In the domestic literature from 1885 to 1958, only 295 reports of pancreatic cysts were published. This disease is especially rare in children.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):67-68
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On the tactics of the surgeon for bleeding gastro-duodenal ulcers
Kurbanaeva S.S.
Abstract

Of the surgical methods of treatment for bleeding ulcers of the stomach and duodenum, gastric resection certainly deserves preference.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):68
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About the so-called "spontaneous" ruptures of the small intestine
Eremeev B.N.
Abstract

In the mechanism of "spontaneous" ruptures of the intestine, the simultaneous uneven contraction of the abdominal wall is important, accordingly, the ratio of intra-abdominal pressure changes sharply. In the observation described below, elastic hyperextension of a part of the intestinal wall in the hernial sac occurred.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):68-69
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Perforation of a chronic jejunal ulcer
Drozdova E.S.
Abstract

K., 25 years old, delivered on 14 / II 1966 with diffuse peritonitis in a serious condition. 5 days ago, aching pains appeared in the right half of the abdomen. Outpatient treatment did not show any improvement. On the day of admission, while on the bus, K. felt a sharp pain in the abdomen, and was taken to the surgical department in an ambulance.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):69
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Regional Ileites
Izmailov G.A.
Abstract

In 1932, Crohn, Ginsburg and Oppenheimer were the first to present extensive material on inflammatory processes in the region of the distal ileal loop.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):69-70
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Crohn's disease in a patient with pulmonary tuberculosis
Zakiev I.N.
Abstract

S., 52 years old, was admitted on 27 / VI 1964 about subacute hematogenous disseminated pulmonary tuberculosis, which was discovered in January 1964.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):70
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Some indicators of nitrogen metabolism and metabolism of ascorbic acid in patients with granulating wounds
Gulyaev V.N., Rubin V.I.
Abstract

In 200 patients with extensive granulating wounds, we determined the content of total protein, amino nitrogen and urea in the blood and the excretion of total nitrogen, urea, amino nitrogen, ammonia and ascorbic acid in the urine.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):70-71
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The development of psychosis in case of asthmatol poisoning
Bolotovskiy I.S.
Abstract

Astmatol is an anticholinergic agent of the atropine group used in bronchial asthma. Psychoses due to atropine poisoning are relatively rare. Here is our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):71
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Chloroform poisoning by ingestion
Zaicev G.B.
Abstract

Here is the case history C. The patient is in deep narcotic sleep. The skin is pale, with a bluish tinge, cold sweat. Breathing wheezing, 9-10 min., Foam at the mouth, strong smell of chloroform from the mouth.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):71
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Belloid poisoning of a child of 11 months.
Razumovski U.C., Florinskaya O.A., Hismatullina F.M.
Abstract

On 6 / ѴІІІ 1965, the father, amusing an 11-month-old child, gave him a box containing Belloid dragees. Leaving the box with the child, the father left. Two hours later, the parents found the child in serious condition.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):72
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Thromboelastography for cyclomethiazide treatment
Bonachenko N.A.
Abstract

We studied the effect of the new diuretic drug cyclomethiazide on blood coagulation parameters. The diuretic effect of the drug is due to a decrease in the reabsorption of sodium and chlorine in the convoluted tubules of the kidneys and inhibition of the reabsorption of potassium and bicarbonates.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):72
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Changes in the cholinergic response in traumatic injuries
Nurgaleeva R.I.
Abstract

Establishing the initial level of plasma cholinesterase activity in patients who are to undergo surgery under anesthesia using depolarizing muscle relaxants is not only theoretical, but also of great practical importance in terms of choosing a dose of curarizing agents.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):72-73
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ORIC ACID AND PROSPECTS FOR ITS THERAPEUTIC APPLICATION
Anisimov V.E.
Abstract

Recently, orotic acid has been extensively studied by biologists and clinicians. Orotic acid - 2,6-dioxypyrimidine-4-carboxylic acid - is a derivative of pyrimidine, more precisely uracil.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):73-78
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IS THERE A REVOLUTION IN US HEALTHCARE?
Chilin S.Y.
Abstract

Recently, in the American press and in speeches of officials from representatives of the Department of Health to the President of this country, L. Johnson, it is indicated that significant changes have taken place in the United States in the medical care of the population.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):78-81
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MEDICAL CARE FOR MOTHERS AND CHILDREN IN THE MARI ASSR DURING THE YEARS OF SOVIET POWER
Usupova Z.A.
Abstract

Before the revolution in the Mari Territory, in some years, up to 70% of all born children died. The overall mortality rate in 1900 was 41.9 per 1000 population. Population growth was supported only by a high birth rate, but gradually things went towards the extinction of the Mari people.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):81-82
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PREVENTION OF GYNECOLOGICAL DISEASES IN THE VILLAGE
Nazarkin N.Y.
Abstract

The only possible way to reduce gynecological morbidity is the earliest detection of patients and their active treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):82-84
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NEW DEVICE FOR DETERMINING BLOOD COAGULATION
Vatmaher U.A., Javoronkova E.K., Kotovshikova M.A., Tolstopyatova I.A.
Abstract

To determine the time of blood coagulation, electrical and electro-mechanical methods have recently become widely used, which make it possible to objectively record coagulation processes.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):84-88
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VPREVENTION OF AIR SUCTION INTO THE PLEURAL CAVITY WHEN REMOVING THE DRAIN
Sigal I.Z.
Abstract

To prevent immediate and late complications in lung interventions, rational care of the pleural cavity is of decisive importance.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):89-90
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ACCORDING TO THE ARTICLE OF M. S. MACHABELI "ON TREATMENT OF HIPOFIBRINOGENEMIC BLEEDING IN PARENTS AND PARENTS"
Kuznik B.I., Skipetrov V.P.
Abstract

The problem of the development of afibrinogenemic obstetric bleeding, which is discussed at the initiative of the "Kazan Medical Journal", is one of the most urgent in modern obstetrics. The discussion was started with an article by prof. M. S. Machabeli.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):90-94
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Neuro-dyshormonal involution of the vulva. Kraurosis and leukoplakia
Foi A.M.
Abstract

Questions of the etiology and pathogenesis of kraurosis and leukoplakia of the vulva have not yet been sufficiently studied, and therapeutic measures for these pathological processes are still far from perfect. In the manuals on gynecology, both domestic and foreign, little space is given to vulvar kraurosis and leukoplakia.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):95-96
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CONFERENCE OF CHILDREN'S DOCTORS DEDICATED TO THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF SOVIET POWER
Fedorova M.V., Okulova E.M.
Abstract

The conference was organized by the Ministry of Health of the RSFSR, the All-Russian Scientific Medical Society of Pediatric Physicians and the Saratov Regional Department of Health.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):96-98
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SECOND CONGRESS OF DENTISTS OF THE GDR
Demner L.M.
Abstract

The congress was devoted to two problems: malignant neoplasms of the dentoalveolar region and the relationship between removable dentures and the dentoalveolar system.

Kazan medical journal. 1967;48(6):98
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