Vol 59, No 3 (1978)

The introduction of the achievements of science and technology into practice is one of the main tasks of healthcare
Mukhutdinov I.Z., Khamitov K.S., Izmailov G.A.
Abstract

The decree of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the Council of Ministers of the USSR "On measures to further improve public health" put forward a scientifically based comprehensive program for the further improvement of public health services.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):1-5
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Immunological and biochemical factors in the pathogenesis of salmonellosis
Bunin K.V.
Abstract

Some questions of salmonellosis pathogenesis are stated. The promising directions of research of immunological and biochemical factors in the pathogenesis of this common disease are indicated.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):5-8
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Some features of salmonellosis Typhi murium in children
Semenova T.S.
Abstract

Examined 185 children with salmonellosis. The most common form was gastrointestinal, less common nosoparasitic subclinical, influenza-like forms. The frequency and severity of clinical symptoms were in direct proportion to the age of the patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):8-10
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Clinical and epidemiological features of the Stanleyville salmonellosis course in children
Rakishev D.G., Krasilnikova E.M., Filippova V.I., Sachkova A.N., Rotnova G.A.
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The course of Stanleyville salmonellosis disease in 138 young children was analyzed. Clinical variants of the course and outcomes of the disease are described. The leading clinical form of the disease was dysentery-like. Hospitalization of patients is recommended until the end of bacterial excretion.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):10-12
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Clinic of salmonellosis in children
Romanova N.A., Gazieva R.M., Semenova T.S.
Abstract

In children of the first year of life, dyspeptic and septic forms of salmonellosis predominate, which are characterized by a long and persistent course. Dysentery-like form is found in all age groups. In one third of observations, this form occurs with severe symptoms of toxicosis and exicosis and requires the use of urgent intensive detoxification and rehydration therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):12-14
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Comparative characteristics of the clinic of influenza in children during three outbreaks
Belogorskaya E.V., Pikuza O.I., Alexandrova L.Y., Mukhtarova S.H., Gilmutdinova F.F.
Abstract

The results of a comparative study of the clinic of influenza in children during the outbreaks of 1969, 1974-1975 and 1976 are presented. To prevent complications, among which pneumonia takes the main place, for young children and with a burdened premorbid background, the administration of anti-influenza gamma globulin is shown in the early stages of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):14-16
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The course of meningococcal infection in children
Michurin V.A.
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The clinical picture and treatment outcomes of meningococcal infection in 114 children (36% of them under two years of age) were analyzed. Complex treatment with high doses of penicillin gave a good effect in 92.3% of patients with generalized forms.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):16-18
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Indicators of humoral immunity in various forms of meningococcal infection
Ruzal G.I., Samerkhanova K.B., Smirnova-Mutusheva M.A., Mishina A.I.
Abstract

The results of a study of anti-meningococcal immunity in generalized and localized forms of meningococcal infection are presented. It was found that these forms of the disease are accompanied by the production of specific antibodies.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):18-20
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Therapy with glucocorticosteroids of impaired blood circulation in toxic-infectious shock
Enaleeva D.S.
Abstract

Based on the analysis of the case histories of 168 patients, data on the nature of hemodynamic disturbances in patients with toxic-infectious shock in various infectious diseases are presented. Recommendations are given on the use of a loading dose of glucocorticosteroids (10-30 mg / kg of prednisolone).

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):20-24
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About late complications of meningococcal infection in children
Ivanov N.R., Ushakov Y.A., Stolyarova E.I., German O.B., Kaschaev B.A., Mazaeva S.A., Astafieva V.S.
Abstract

The results of long-term (from 1 to 3 years) follow-up of children who have had meningococcal infection are summarized. Both in the midst and in the long-term periods of the disease, various complications were found, manifested in functional and organic changes in the nervous and vascular systems. Dispensary observation allows you to timely identify later complications, carry out their prevention and treatment in an outpatient setting.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):25-26
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Features of the whooping cough clinic in infants
Shirinskaya A.I., Bashirova D.K.
Abstract

The clinic of whooping cough in infants is described. The characteristic complications are noted, the basic principles of pathogenetic therapy are outlined.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):27-28
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About clinical examination of persons who have had hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome
Kustarnikov G.K., Pimenov L.T., Osintseva V.S.
Abstract

In 242 patients with hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, the functional state of the kidneys was studied after 2-3 years (in 67 of them - also after 6-8 years) using traditional clinical studies, bacteriological and radioisotope methods.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):28-32
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Experience in the prevention of pneumonia
Moskvicheva L.I.
Abstract

One of the common causes of acute bacterial pneumonia is influenza and acute respiratory infections. Of the 203 examined patients with pneumonia, 155 patients were preceded by "influenza" diseases. Therefore, for the prevention of pneumonia, it is advisable to include antibacterial drugs in the complex of treatment of all patients with influenza and patients with acute respiratory diseases with symptoms of bronchitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):32-34
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Neurological manifestations of a single head injury in boxers
Kravets R.Z.
Abstract

Clinical observations show that boxers who are knocked out develop long-term post-traumatic encephalopathy.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):34-35
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Mathematical modeling and prediction of tissue properties in the treatment of pseudarthrosis
Arshin V.M.
Abstract

The results of a study of the physiological and mechanical properties of tissues involved in autocompression (inter-pressure of fragments due to the tension of soft tissues and muscle traction) during osteosynthesis of pseudoarthrosis are presented. It was found that the contribution of muscle tone to the resulting stresses does not exceed 5%.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):35-38
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Allergic reactivity in patients with rubromycosis with various methods of therapy
Fedotov V.P., Nikiforov Y.F.
Abstract

In 120 patients with rubromycosis before treatment and in 81 after its completion, skin-allergic reactions to specific fungal antigens were studied. When treated with a vaccine, the intensity of skin reactions increased, when using protein immunopreparations in hyposensitizing doses, on the contrary, it decreased.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):39-41
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Experience of treatment with an adapted staphylococcal bacteriophage in patients with purulent mastitis
Akhmedyanova G.U., Soboleva V.A., Voropaeva S.D., Gurtovoy B.L.
Abstract

66 patients with purulent mastitis were treated. 33 of them received locally staphylococcal bacteriophage and 33 - combined therapy with gentamicin and bacteriophage. The main causative agent of mastitis is the pathogenic staphylococcus, which is resistant to widely used antibiotics. Bacteriophage is an effective agent in the treatment of purulent, especially abscessed mastitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):41-42
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The course of pregnancy and childbirth in young primiparous
Urazaeva L.I.
Abstract

The course of pregnancy and childbirth was analyzed in 244 women aged 13 to 17 years and in 100 women aged 19 to 24 years. It was found that complications of pregnancy and childbirth (weakness of labor, premature labor, bleeding in the successive and early postpartum periods) more often occur in young primiparous. This gives grounds to single out this contingent of women in the high-risk group.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):42-44
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Using acupuncture to induce labor
Vorontsova G.M., Stepanov V.S., Bykov V.M.
Abstract

The results of the use of acupuncture for induction of labor in post-term pregnancy and for early delivery in 52 women with serious complications of pregnancy and severe extragenital pathology were studied.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):45-48
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Pyrimidine derivatives as regeneration stimulants
Bilich G.L.
Abstract

Medicinal substances that accelerate regeneration are divided into two groups. The first includes funds that eliminate various factors that inhibit reparative regeneration, and the second includes funds that accelerate the natural course of recovery processes.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):48-51
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Tomographic scanning with computers
Musin M.F.
Abstract

It is known that the classical X-ray picture, which is obtained on a fluorescent screen or on a film, is a one-plane image. A significant advance in radiology was the creation of a tomographic research method.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):52-53
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On the epidemiology of diphyllobothriasis in the city of Izhevsk
Evteeva T.P., Agafonov B.I., Safin M.S.
Abstract

The results of the survey of the population of Izhevsk indicate an increase in the incidence of diphyllobothriasis

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):54-54
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Activity of phosphomonoesterases in the capsule of the hip joint in coxarthrosis
Nettov G.G., Yankovskaya N.F.
Abstract

We studied the activity of alkaline and acid phosphatases in the tissues of the capsule of the hip joint in 52 patients (women - 20, men - 32; age - from 20 to 65 years) suffering from coxarthrosis of various etiologies. 3 of them had the 1st stage of the disease, 12 - 2nd and 37 - 3rd.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):55-55
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Dynamics of complement and lysozyme activity in allergic encephalomyelitis
Devyataev A.M.
Abstract

This report presents the results of studies of the activity of complement and serum lysozyme in allergic encephalomyelitis (AE). AE was induced in 24 male rabbits by a single intradermal injection into the cervical-occipital region of 0.7 ml of an encephalitogenic mixture containing a 20% aqueous salt extract of the rabbit brain and Freund's complete adjuvant 1: 1.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):54-55
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Two cases of heart injury
Rodionov A.E.
Abstract

S., 17 years old, was taken to the local hospital on 15/1 1976 at 23 o'clock. From the words of the escort, it was found that at 22 o'clock. 30 min. the patient, being in a state of alcoholic intoxication, stabbed himself in the chest.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):55-56
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Nonparasitic cyst of the spleen
Molko N.I.
Abstract

At the Department of General Surgery of the Kuibyshev Medical Institute named after DI Ulyanov over the past 10 years, there were two patients with nonparasitic spleen cysts.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):56-57
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Isolated diseases of the greater omentum
Kapustin M.P.
Abstract

Cases of isolated diseases of the greater omentum (omentitis, epiploitis) are not so frequent. Recognizing them can be difficult, and they are usually found only on the operating table. Here are two of our own observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):57-58
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Treatment of patients with dermatomycosis with griseofulvin-forte
Mustaev R.K., Zakharova Z.S., Brazhnikov P.A., Zhukova A.M.
Abstract

We have studied the effectiveness of treatment with griseofulvin-forte in patients with certain fungal diseases of the scalp: microsporia (1256 people), superficial trichophytosis (53), chronic trichophytosis (26). In all patients, the diagnosis was confirmed microscopically, culturally and by the method of fluorescent diagnostics.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):58-59
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Allergic reaction to intravenous administration of obzidan in patients with toxic goiter
Shikhsaidov I.I.
Abstract

M., 27 years old, was admitted to the clinic on 6/1 1976 with a diagnosis of diffuse toxic goiter III degree. On admission she complained of general weakness, irritability, tearfulness, palpitations, shortness of breath with little physical exertion, hand tremors, weight loss, and decreased ability to work. She got sick 6 months ago. She received treatment on an outpatient basis.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):59-60
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The content of some trace elements in the organs of people living in areas endemic for goiter
Ryazanov I.A.
Abstract

We carried out a chemical analysis of various organs taken from people who died from intercurrent diseases who lived in areas highly endemic for goiter - micro-foci of the Arsk and Sabinsky regions of the TASSR, and weakly endemic - in Kazan and the Verkhne Uslonsky region.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):60-60
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To the epidemiology and pathomorphology of some helminthiasis of the liver of humans and animals in Udmurtia
Glumov V.Y., Evteeva T.P., Glumova V.A., Gordin T.G., Samsonova L.N.
Abstract

Helminthiasis of the human liver is widespread in Udmurtia; the proportion of echinococcosis among the causes of death is 0.38%. The frequency of these invasions in humans is in direct proportion to their presence in farm animals. The affection of farm animals with fascioliasis reaches 15.05%, dicroceliosis - 5.25%, echinococcosis - 0.05%.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):60-62
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Improvement of the epidemiological survey map
Gabbasov F.F., Pigalova N.V.
Abstract

The drawbacks of the current map of the epidemiological examination of the focus of an intestinal infectious disease are noted, an attempt is made to improve its individual sections. The use of the improved map has contributed to a greater identification of the source of the causative agent of dysentery in recent years.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):62-64
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Rehabilitation of patients with lesions of the musculoskeletal system in a village and its economic efficiency
Grigoriev F.G., Alekseev N.A.
Abstract

The experience of rehabilitation of patients who have suffered trauma shows that with the correct organization of work in rural areas, high economic, social and medical efficiency can be achieved. It was found that 70% of patients after discharge from a trauma hospital require rehabilitation.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):64-67
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Dynamics of a decrease in the residual content of 2,4-D-amine salt herbicide in light gray forest soils
Imamov A.H., Kalachev N.N.
Abstract

The intensity of decomposition of the 2,4-DA herbicide on light gray forest soils has been studied. In all controlled soil layers and on the unproductive part of the barley, the toxicant content was maximal in the first 8-9 days after the herbicide treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):68-70
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Application of the International System of Units to Express the Results of Clinical Laboratory Research
Davydov V.S., Litvinov R.I.
Abstract

General recommendations are given for the use of the international system of units (SI) in clinical laboratory practice; Methods of converting off-system units into SI units are indicated, as well as the limits of normal fluctuations of more than 300 laboratory indicators expressed in SI units.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):70-88
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Urinary system training phantom
Titov B.M.
Abstract

A model of the urinary system phantom is described, which allows you to quickly, taking into account the requirements of clinical practice, acquire skills in endovesical methods of diagnosis and treatment of urological diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):89-90
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VII All-Union Congress of Physiotherapists and Balneologists (20-24/IX 1977, Leningrad)
Ibragimova A.G.
Abstract

The congress was dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. It was attended by about 700 delegates and guests from different cities of the Soviet Union, from the GDR, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Vietnam, Cuba.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):90-91
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All-Union Conference on the Problems of Medical Deontology (20-21/XII 1977, Moscow)
Sharafutdinova R.M.
Abstract

The conference was opened by the USSR Minister of Health, Academician of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences B.V. Petrovsky. Touching upon the ideological foundations of deontology in domestic medicine, the speaker noted that they were formed under the influence of the worldviews of revolutionary democrats.

 
Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):91-92
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V All-Russian Congress of Pediatricians (30/XI-21/XII 1977, Kazan)
Belogorskaya E.V.
Abstract

The congress was devoted to the organization of inpatient care for children in the RSFSR, resuscitation and intensive care in pediatrics, issues of immunopathology, allergies and allergic diseases in children. Leading scientists of our country and workers of practical health care took part in its work.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):92-94
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IX Karlsburg Diabetology Symposium (8-11/VI 1977, Karlsburg, East Germany GDR)
Freize E., Yar G., Ratzmash K., Zulke G., Talantov V.V.
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The symposium was attended by 162 diabetologists from 16 countries, including endocrinologists from Moscow and Kazan. The main issues on the agenda were early diabetes mellitus and artificial pancreas.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):94-95
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Chronicle
Abstract

In the village of Yudino (TASSR), in the museum of secondary school No. 46, the attention of visitors is attracted by a stand on which bullets, fragments of mines, aerial bombs are exhibited, extracted during surgical interventions from the wounds of soldiers and commanders of the Soviet Army during the Great Patriotic War in a mobile field evacuation hospital of the 2nd Of the Ukrainian Front by a surgeon Vasily Alexandrovich Karaulov, a graduate of the medical faculty of Kazan University.

Kazan medical journal. 1978;59(3):96-96
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