Vol 53, No 6 (1972)

50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE USSR - THE TRIUMPH OF LENINSK NATIONAL POLICY, PROLETARIAN INTERNATIONALISM
Sarkin V.G.
Abstract

The half-century anniversary of the world's first multinational socialist state is a holiday of brotherhood and friendship of all the nations and nationalities of the country of Soviets, a holiday of the triumph of Lenin's nationality policy and proletarian internationalism.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):1-4
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TRAINING OF NATIONAL MEDICAL STAFF FOR THE AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC OF THE VOLGA REGION
Hamitov H.S., Vahitov M.H.
Abstract

Fifty years ago, in December 1922, a multinational family of the peoples of our country - the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics - was created. During these half a century, the Soviet people have done a truly titanic work on the radical transformation of the extremely backward national economy inherited from tsarism, on the creation of new industries, on “cultural construction, strengthening the defensive might of the Soviet state, and ideological education of the working masses.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):4-8
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50 YEARS OF SANITARY SERVICE OF THE TATAR ASSR
Yakobson B.L.
Abstract

A large army of sanitary workers in our country celebrated its 50th anniversary on 15 / IX 1972. In 1922, on this day, the decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the RSFSR "On the sanitary bodies of the republic" was signed, which laid the foundation for state sanitary supervision in the country. The organization of the sanitary and epidemiological service in the Tatar ASSR, created for the first time in the form of a sanitary and epidemiological department under the People's Commissariat of Health, belongs to the same period. In the first years, sanitary supervision was carried out only in Kazan by 13 full-time sanitary doctors. There were no sanitary personnel in the regions of the republic.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):8-12
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HEALTHCARE OF THE MORDOVIAN ASSR ON THE RISE
Nazarkin N.Y.
Abstract

At the present stage, one of the important tasks of Soviet health care is to further improve the quality of medical care for the rural population, to organize specialized types of medical care in the countryside.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):12-15
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WAYS OF ELECTRIC PULSE THERAPY Atrial fibrillation
Rahlin L.M.
Abstract

The electrical impulse reversion of the physiological rhythm with a number of its violations, undoubtedly, was one of the (Major achievements of modern cardiology. The vast experience accumulated in recent years has shown that in most cases of atrial fibrillation, the functional ability of the sinus node, a normal pacemaker, is preserved during atrial fibrillation.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):16-20
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EFFICIENCY OF THE APPLICATION OF COMBINED THERAPY WITH CARDIAC GLYCOSIDES AND ATP IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC INSUFFICIENCY OF BLOOD CIRCULATION, ACCORDING TO RHEOHEPATOGRAPHY
Karbasnikova G.B.
Abstract

One of the ways to reduce the toxic effect of cardiac glycosides, reduce the number of conditions refractory to them and enhance the therapeutic effect is their use in combination with drugs that stimulate the synthesis of nucleic acids and energy production.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):20-22
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DETERMINATION OF BASIC HEMODYNAMIC INDICATORS FOR EVERY HEART REDUCTION
Sigal N.N.
Abstract

There are many ways to study the main hemodynamic parameters (systolic and minute blood volume): direct and indirect Fick methods, indicator dilution method, indirect physical methods.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):22-23
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PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PHASE OF THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE IN THE ACUTE PERIOD OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Samsonova M.A., Akkerman B.Z.
Abstract

In the necrobiotic period of myocardial infarction, the patient needs rest. However, this should not be understood as absolute immobility. Fear of movement, stiffness have a very negative effect and lead to unwanted psychogenic stress.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):23-24
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MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES OF THE MYOCARDIAL "INTACT" - ZONES AFTER PARTIAL RESECTION AND PLASTIC THE RIGHT VENTRICLE OF THE HEART IN THE EXPERIMENT
Matushin I.F., Ovsyannikov V.Y., Samarceva T.F., Klimova E.I.
Abstract

In recent years, the attention of clinicians and pathologists has been attracted by the so-called metabolic myocardial damage, which is not associated with mechanical disturbance of blood flow in individual branches of the coronary arteries. The cause of such damage to the heart muscle can be toxic effects, functional overload, hypoxia, ionic balance disorders, dyshormonal disorders, beriberi [2, 6, 8, 9].

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):25-28
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ON THE CLINICAL VALUE OF DETERMINING THE RATIO OF RESIDUAL VOLUME TO TOTAL LUNG CAPACITY FOR MITRAL STENOSIS
Andreev V.M.
Abstract

The importance of determining the percentage of the residual volume to the total lung capacity (RO / OEL) in the diagnosis of pulmonary emphysema was pointed out by Bor (1907) Luft et al., Birat, RI Agranovich consider an increase in this ratio to be a pathognomonic sign of emphysema.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):28-30
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TO PULMONARY HEART DIAGNOSTICS BY ELECTROCARDIOGRAM
latupov A.G.
Abstract

The manifestations of cor pulmonale are diverse. This justifies the use in the interests of the clinic of various methods of instrumental confirmation of them, up to and including catheterization of the pulmonary artery and right heart.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):30-32
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THE VALUE OF THE VALSALVA SAMPLE IN ASSESSING CHANGES IN THE END PART OF THE VENTRICULAR COMPLEX ECG IN PHYSICAL OVERVOLTAGE
levina L.I., Surov E.N.
Abstract

Modern society is characterized by the presence of two large groups of people, sharply opposite in the functional state of the heart, in the ability to perform physical activity. On the one hand, these are people involved in physical culture and sports, on the other, people of mental labor, whose physical activity is extremely low [5].

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):33-36
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RIGHT VENTRICULAR CARDIOGRAM CHANGES IN MITRAL STENOSIS
Kuznecov G.P.
Abstract

Recently, to study cardiac activity, recordings of movements of the apical (apical cardiogram - VeKG) and cardiac (right ventricular cardiogram - PC) shocks have again begun to be used. To date, VeKG has been described in some detail in many heart diseases, while PK has been studied relatively little.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):36-38
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DYNAMICS OF CLINICAL AND X-RAY INDICATORS IN PATIENTS IN LONG TERMS AFTER MITRAL COMMISSION
Melnichnov V.N.
Abstract

As you know, when assessing the results of mitral commissurotomy, a certain place is given to cardioradiological research, which allows comparative dynamic observation of the patient and to judge the effectiveness of the operation.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):39-42
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INFLUENCE OF MITRAL COMMISSION FOR EXCRETION OF AMINO ACIDS
Maksudov K.B.
Abstract

In the literature, we did not find data on the effect of surgical treatment for rheumatic heart disease on amino acid metabolism.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):42-43
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HYPOTENSIVE ACTION OF DOPEGIT
Logacheva I.F., Pishulina E.S.
Abstract

In recent years, the number of pharmacological agents for the treatment of hypertension and symptomatic hypertension has significantly increased. At the same time, there is a certain delay in the clinical evaluation of some new drugs, and therefore the successes of pharmacochemistry are not fully realized.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):43-44
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TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH HYPERTONIC DISEASE ADPEDIT
Emelina L.P., Mareeva T.N.
Abstract

Expansion of the understanding of the physiological significance of pressor amines, obtaining data on increased sensitivity to catecholamines in hypertensive patients made it possible to attempt to treat hypertensive patients with inhibitors of catecholamine synthesis.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):45-45
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THE COURSE OF ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK ON THE BACKGROUND OF HEPARIN AND SOME ASPECTS OF CLINICAL APPLICATION OF HEPARIN
Krasnoperov F.T., Galkina E.B.
Abstract

Heparin is credited with the role of one of the inhibitors of allergic reactions. Hence the attempt by various authors to elucidate the effect of heparin on the development of anaphylactic shock is understandable. VP Kaznacheev (1960) sensitized 25 guinea pigs with the introduction of human serum. For 10-14 minutes. before the introduction of a permissive dose of serum, he injected each pig with heparin intravenously at a dose of 1000-2000 IU per kg of body weight. In 10 minutes. all animals died from anaphylactic shock. It was concluded that heparin does not inhibit the development of anaphylactic shock in guinea pigs.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):46-47
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SENSITIZATION TO ENTEROBACTERIA PRODUCTS IN CHRONIC CHOLECYSTITIS AND EFFICIENCY OF SPECIFIC HYPOSENSITIZATION
Kureneva M.M., Mayanskiy A.N.
Abstract

This report presents the results of detecting sensitization to bacteria of the intestinal family in patients with chronic cholecystitis and elucidating the effectiveness of specific hyposensitization included in the complex of therapeutic measures for diseases of the biliary system of the liver.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):48-49
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ABOUT DIETOTHERAPY OF PATIENTS WITH INFECTIOUS-ALLERGIC BRONCHIAL ASTHMA
Davletshina R.M., Zukanova T.D.
Abstract

Attempts to develop desensitizing diets have been made by many scientists. MI Pevzner (1949) proposed a diet with restriction of carbohydrates and proteins. NI Leporskiy (1957), considering proteins as the main food allergen, recommended their sharp limitation - 25-30 g. Numerous clinical observations have not confirmed the effectiveness of these food regimes.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):49-51
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REACTION ONE IN ASSESSMENT OF THE ACTIVITY OF THE RHEUMATIC PROCESS
Mihailova A.H.
Abstract

The leading place in the diagnosis of the activity of the rheumatic process belongs to the clinical manifestations of the disease. However, at present, latent and subclinical forms of the disease predominate, and therefore much attention has been paid to laboratory diagnostic methods. The tendency of rheumatism to (chronic and recurrent course gives reason to consider it from the point of view of immunopathology as an autoaggressive disease, therefore, methods have become widespread that allow directly or indirectly determining antibodies circulating in the blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):52-53
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SPA TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH INFECTIOUS NON-SPECIFIC (RHEUMATOID) POLYARTHRITIS
Kessel V.P., Trofimova T.M.
Abstract

Despite the progress achieved in studying the problem of infectious nonspecific polyarthritis, the treatment of those suffering from this disease is still very difficult. It is now recognized that it is not only the choice of a treatment complex that provides an effect on many links of pathogenesis that matters, but also the systematic nature of the therapeutic measures. An important stage in the treatment of patients with infectious nonspecific polyarthritis is spa treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):54-56
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DYNAMICS OF IMMUNOLOGICAL REACTIONS IN THE TREATMENT OF RHEUMATISM WITH HORMONAL DRUGS
Starkova N.V.
Abstract

Hormonal drugs are widely used in the treatment of rheumatism. It is known that corticosteroids, being substances of catabolic action, cause suppression of immunological reactions. In this case, in some cases, it is possible "to reduce the general defenses of the organism. In recent years, in the treatment of a number of diseases, anabolic steroids are often used simultaneously with corticosteroids. At the same time, according to the conclusion of B. Ya. Reznik and M. S. Dats-Epstein, anabolic drugs cannot replace any drugs and are only an addition to the usual complex therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):56-57
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FEATURES OF CHRONIC NONSPECIFIC PNEUMONIA IN PERSONS WITH ACTIVE PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS
Zarubina N.A.
Abstract

Chronic pneumonia is a polyetiological suffering. According to most researchers, among the factors predisposing to its occurrence, in the first place is acute pneumonia, in the second - chronic bronchitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):57-59
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DIVERTICULES OF THE BLIND CUT
Gazetov B.M.
Abstract

The caecum diverticulum was first described by Potier (1912). This was followed by a large number of reports on single observations of cecum diverticula and their complications. Anderson collected information in the literature on 91 cases of acute cecal diverticulitis and added 9 of his own observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):59-61
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VESTIBULOMETRIC AND ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDIES IN PATIENTS WITH OTOSCLEROSIS
Nesterova L.D.
Abstract

Vestibular pathology is an essential part of the clinical picture of otosclerosis. It can be due to the effect on both the peripheral and the central part of the vestibular analyzer.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):61-63
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RECIDENTS AND METASTASIS AFTER OVARIAN CANCER TREATMENT
Rodkina R.A.
Abstract

The frequency of recurrence of malignant ovarian tumors according to different authors varies within 11-75%, which is much higher than the frequency of metastasis not only in all malignant tumors of the genital organs, but also in cancer in women in general.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):63-64
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ABOUT RUPTURE OF THE OVARIES
Kuznecova R.V.
Abstract

Preoperative recognition of ovarian rupture presents certain difficulties, and the correct diagnosis is established only in isolated cases.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):64-66
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PHAGOCYTIC ACTIVITY OF LEUKOCYTES IN WOMEN WITH GONORRHEA
Sterhova A.G.
Abstract

Changes in peripheral blood in patients with gonorrhea were previously studied only using morphological methods. The study of the functional activity of leukocytes in gonorrhea has not found sufficient reflection in the literature. There are only a few reports (A. Ya. Vilenchuk, 1929; 3. A. Lesina, 1948).

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):66-68
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Development of postural asystole against the background of induction anesthesia with fluorotan
Skomorohov U.M., Zagainov E.A., Sharov V.I.
Abstract

Sudden cardiac arrest is a formidable complication of surgery, pain relief and some diagnostic procedures. One of the many reasons for its occurrence may be a change in the position of the patient during general anesthesia. Postural asystole usually occurs with potentiated anesthesia, as well as in patients with lesions of the spinal cord and spine, with cardiovascular diseases. Most often, asystole is observed in response to the rotation of anesthetized patients into one of the lateral positions.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):68-69
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To the clinic of eosinophilic disseminated collagenosis (allergosis)
Denisov V.F., Prokopiev D.I.
Abstract

Eosinophilic disseminated collagenosis is characterized by a triad of symptoms: chronic blood eosinophilia, eosinophilic organ infiltration, and hypergamma globulinemia. Sometimes the total amount of protein in the blood serum also increases.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):69-70
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Allergic reaction to hairspray
Zapadnov V.V.
Abstract

In connection with the increase in allergic reactions to a wide variety of allergens, it seems to us an interesting case of a severe allergic reaction to hairspray. Here is our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):70-71
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The use of certain bacterial allergens in the diagnosis of rheumatism
Peshtmaldan A.A.
Abstract

The objective of this study was the use of bacterial allergens in the diagnosis of rheumatism and the elucidation of the features of delayed-type allergy. (AZT) depending on the clinic of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):71-72
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Long-term consequences of postponed intracranial birth trauma of newborns
Mosenkova L.P.
Abstract

From 1968 to November 1971, 109 children were kept under special supervision at the Children's Home No. 1. Of these, 22 in the certificate of the maternity ward had a diagnosis: cerebrovascular accident I-II degree. 19 children were admitted with pulmonary atelectasis and asphyxia at birth, 3 - with lingering jaundice, 4 - after the application of abdominal forceps, 12 - from mothers with acute rheumatism and other cardiovascular diseases. Premature babies (20 boys, 29 girls) born with a weight of 900-2300 g were also taken under special observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):72-73
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Variants of venous outflow from the human rectum and their clinical significance
Kozlov V.V.
Abstract

Much attention has been paid to the clinic and treatment of diseases of the rectal veins, but the morphology of the veins themselves is still poorly understood. Our studies were carried out on 93 (70 corrosive and 23 clarified) preparations of the human rectum (age from 2 to 80 years).

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):73-73
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About the blood supply to the concave edge of the duodenum
Davletshin A.H.
Abstract

In the previous report on the possibility of ligation of the main arteries of the duodenum and their branches, we showed (on clinical and experimental material) that ligation of the main arteries and their straight branches leads to dystrophic processes in all layers of the wall of this organ, and in some cases - to necrosis ...

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):74-74
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Immunogenic and allergenic properties of polyester dust
Beluy I.L., Mayanskiy D.N.
Abstract

In modern furniture production, in the process of grinding parts, dust of various types of wood and a highly dispersed aerosol of polyester varnishes are formed. It seemed interesting to study the immunogenic and allergenic properties of polyester dust and mahogany dust.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):74-75
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TO LEARNING ABOUT SHOCK
Bazarevich G.Y., Bogdanovich U.Y., Lihtenstein A.O.
Abstract

Intensive research on shock and terminal conditions has been going on for over two centuries. In recent years, interest in this problem has increased, as evidenced, along with numerous articles and journal reports, a number of monographs [11, 16, 30, 32, 52].

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):75-81
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THREE YEARS EXPERIENCE OF THE RHEUMATOLOGY OFFICE OF THE KIROV DISTRICT OF KAZAN
Ionova S.E.
Abstract

Prophylaxis, early detection of rheumatism, study of the effectiveness of therapy are in the focus of modern medicine. One of the important measures in this area is the decree of the USSR Ministry of Health on the creation of cardio-rheumatology rooms.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):82-84
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XIX CONGRESS OF ORTHOPEDIC TRAUMATOLOGISTS OF THE POLISH PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC
Bogdanovich U.Y., Guriev V.N.
Abstract

On 11-13 / Ѵ 1972, the 19th Congress of Orthopedists and Traumatologists of the People's Republic of Poland was held in Warsaw with the participation of prominent orthopedic traumatologists from England, Bulgaria, Hungary, East Germany, Italy, France, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, Yugoslavia, and others. Of the Soviet Union, professors V.N.Guriev (Moscow) and U. Ya. Bogdanovich (Kazan) took part in the work of the congress.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):84-84
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PROFESSOR ISAAK MIKHAILOVICH OXMAN
Demner L.M.
Abstract

July 24, 1972 marked the 80th anniversary of his birth and 60 years of labor, medical pedagogical, scientific and social activities of the Honored Worker of Sciences of the TASSR, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Isaak Mikhailovich Oksaman.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(6):85-86
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