Vol 55, No 2 (1974)

Pneumonia in children with respiratory viral infections

Belogorskaya E.V., Pikuza O.I.


In recent years, the question of the participation of viruses of the respiratory group in the occurrence of pneumonia in children has been increasingly discussed [2, etc.]. Viruses are a common cause of protracted and recurrent pneumonia, and also contribute to a significant increase in the proportion of chronic broncho-pulmonary processes [3, 4].

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):1-4
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X-ray features of the course of pneumonia in young children against the background of other diseases

Ozol A.S.


The course and outcome of pneumonia, the occurrence of complications in them are due to many factors, among which various concomitant diseases are of great importance.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):4-6
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Some biochemical parameters of blood in staphylococcal destruction of the lungs in children

Novikov B.F.


We studied the indicators of electrolyte and protein metabolism in 104 children (age - from 2 months to 13 years), suffering mainly from pulmonary-pleural forms of staphylococcal lung destruction, in the acute period of the disease (the presence of a purulent process in the lungs and in the pleura) and during the recovery period ( before discharge).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):6-8
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Changes in the spectrum of lactate dehydrogenase isozymes in rickets burdened with pneumonia

Shohina N.K.


Violation of redox processes in rickets creates conditions for the occurrence of pneumonia, which are difficult, often take a protracted course. Considering this circumstance, we examined 59 patients with rickets, aggravated by pneumonia.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):8-8
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Architectonics of bronchi 4-5 segments in children in health and disease

Volkova N.V., lazebnikov Y.M., Habibullina D.A.


This work is devoted to the study of the architectonics of the bronchi of the 4th and 5th segments of both lungs in children in a normal and pathologically altered lung according to the data of simultaneous bilateral bronchography under anesthesia, since in chronic suppurative lung diseases, the middle lobe and reed segments are often involved in the pathological process, and therefore undergo an operative interventions.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):9-10
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The effect of prolonged therapy on the course of chronic pneumonia

Bogoyavlenskiy V.F., Grigoriev P.Y., Machinskaya V.P., Cegelnik N.F.


In recent years, an increase in the incidence of protracted and chronic pneumonia has been observed everywhere. It is, apparently, not so much about the true increase in the incidence of chronic pneumonia, but about the frequent protracted course of acute pneumonia and bronchitis with the transition to chronic recurrent and progressive forms of the disease due to insufficient effectiveness of the therapy [7, etc.].

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):10-14
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On the therapy of pulmonary heart failure in patients with chronic pneumonia

Kokosov A.N., Melnikova T.O., Popov U.A.


In the treatment of pulmonary heart disease and its insufficiency, complex etiopathogenetic therapy is of great importance. 1970-1971 we observed 190 patients with cor pulmonale, which developed against the background of chronic pneumonia (80 patients) or chronic pneumonia in combination with bronchial asthma (110 patients). It should be noted that in the second case, a more rapid formation of the cor pulmonale took place, and then its decompensation.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):14-16
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The possibility of lung diffusion in heart and pulmonary failure

Andreev V.M., Pichugina E.F., Abdrafikov U.G., Romanova N.A.


In violation of gas exchange in patients with diseases of the heart and lungs, a decrease in oxygen diffusion through the alveolar-capillary membrane is also important. However, until now, doctors have encountered great difficulties in determining the diffusion capacity of the lungs (DL).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):16-18
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To the diagnosis of bronchial asthma

Danilyak I.G., Kalinicheva M.V.


Bronchoastmatic attacks, being the main clinical manifestation of bronchial asthma, airway allergosis, occur in other diseases as well. Simulating in such cases the picture of bronchial asthma, bronchoastmatic syndrome can lead to an erroneous diagnosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):18-19
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Comprehensive functional examination of patients with lung diseases in the preoperative period

Zaharov S.N.


When deciding on an operation in patients with lung diseases, it is necessary to study the functional state of the whole organism as a whole, especially external respiration and blood circulation of the pulmonary circle.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):20-21
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Controlled catheterization and bronchial toilet during intrathoracic interventions

Sigal I.Z.


During operations on the organs of the chest cavity, including on the lungs, it is very important to maintain the patency of the airways by systematic suction of blood, pus, mucus from the trachea and bronchi. The toilet is usually carried out with a probe inserted through the endotracheal tube into the trachea and further into the main bronchi.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):21-23
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The content of histamine in patients with pulmonary edema

Nadirova N.N.


There is an assumption about the pathogenetic role of histamine in the development of pulmonary edema [1, 2]. Studying some aspects of the pathogenesis of pulmonary edema, we set ourselves the task of finding out the participation of histamine in the formation of this complication.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):24-25
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Lung cancer in patients with tuberculosis

Anastasiev V.S., Valitova Z.U.


The material for this article was the observation of 145 patients with primary lung cancer (129 men and 16 women). The task of the work does not include detailed differential diagnosis of various variants of bronchocarcinoma and tuberculosis. Its goal is to draw the attention of phthisiatricians and phthisiro-radiologists to the variety of manifestations of lung cancer.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):25-27
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Varicose veins and chilothorax

Ibatullin I.A.


Pathological conditions that occur in the clinic in the form of an outflow and accumulation of lymph in the abdominal and pleural cavities, as well as in the area of the wound on the neck, are a rare phenomenon, but rather severe, giving a large percentage of mortality.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):27-28
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Features of the spread of leukemia and other hematological malignancies

Plotnikov U.K.


The study of the features of the spread of hemoblastosis in various territories, differing in climatogeographic, ethnic and other characteristics, is the basis for oncoepidemiological comparisons.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):28-31
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Clinical and diagnostic value of serum non-hemoglobin iron in leukemia

Germanov A.I., Gomberg N.K., Gondurcev V.A., Tarasova N.Z., Chakina L.A.


This work is devoted to the study of the possibility of using data on the content of non-hemoglobin iron in the diagnosis and differential diagnosis, prognosis of the disease, assessment of the severity of the course of leukemia, the effectiveness of therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):31-34
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Analysis of long-term forms of lymphogranulomatosis

Volodina G.I., Loginova A.Y.


Recognition of the tumor nature of lymphogranulomatosis was a defining moment for revising the method of treating the disease and applying a radical program of radiation therapy, including the area of clinically affected lymph nodes and subclinical foci in the irradiation zone.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):34-35
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Comparative study of the properties of human tissue plasminogen activators

Unusov R.V.


A pathological increase in the fibrinolytic activity of the blood underlies many severe hemorrhagic disorders, especially frequent in surgical, obstetric practice and the clinic of infectious diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):35-36
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The use of lasers for the treatment of wounds and certain diseases of the musculoskeletal system

Bogdanovich U.Y., Gordeeva A.I., Kracnoshekova E.E., Spector I.M.


The features of laser radiation for a relatively short period of their existence (a little over 10 years) have attracted the attention of specialists in various fields of science and technology, including biologists and physicians. The results of experimental research have opened the way to the use of optical quantum generators in clinical practice. Lasers are used in oncology, ophthalmology, gynecology, neurosurgery, dentistry, and otolaryngology. A technique for using a laser as a beam knife has been developed.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):37-40
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To the question of evaluating the effectiveness of treatment of diseases of the hip joint

Gimellfarb A.L., Karallin A.N.


Based on the concept that the functional state of the nervous system is influenced not only by extero- and intero-, but also by proprioceptive stimuli, when studying neurological syndromes arising from the pathology of the hip joint, we investigated the supporting and dynamic functions of the lower extremities.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):40-41
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Damage to the fatty bodies of the knee joint in ballet dancers and their treatment

Volkov M.V., Badnin I.A.


With various injuries of the knee joint, it is necessary to pay attention to the condition of the fat bodies. There are three fatty folds in the knee joint: under the tendon of the quadriceps muscle, in the popliteal fossa and under the patella's own ligament. The role of the fatty bodies of the knee joint is manifold.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):41-43
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Functional state of the sympatho-adrenal system and kidneys in patients with chronic osteomyelitis of the jaws

Hamitov F.S.


The transition of acute odontogenic osteomyelitis of the jaw to the chronic stage is due to complex physicochemical processes occurring in the body. In the literature, there is still no single view of the pathogenesis of osteomyelitis, both acute and chronic.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):43-44
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Polarographic studies in maxillofacial surgery

Kolcova L.A.


The polarographic method for studying blood serum has won wide recognition in many fields of medicine, including for the diagnosis of malignant neoplasms [1-4]. However, we did not find data on its use in maxillofacial patients in the literature. This prompted us to use it in patients with various pathologies of the maxillofacial region.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):45-46
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Enzyme therapy for purulent surgical diseases

Morozopv V.G., Izmailov G.A.


In surgical practice, various enzymes of an animal (trypsin, chymotrypsin, chymopsin, pancreatic ribonuclease, deoxyribonuclease, fibrinolysin, etc.), bacterial (streptokinase, streptodornase) and plant (bromelain, papa) origin are now used.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):47-48
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Changes in the refractive media of the eye after intracapsular cryoextraction of cataract ii their effect on visual acuity

Sidorenko E.I.


We were to study the reaction of the eye, in particular refractive media, to intracapsular cryoextraction of cataracts and to find out the effect of changes in the media on visual outcomes.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):49-50
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Myopia: theoretical questions, prevention and treatment

Volkov V.V.


1. At present, in the structure of blindness and low vision, myopia takes second place in our country, second only to the consequences of eye injuries (V.I.Doronin, 1972; N.V. Mit'kova, 1972). According to MA Tumarkina (1942), FA Averbakh (1962, 1972), LP Flick (1972), every 4-5th visually impaired person suffers from high myopia.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):50-52
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Myopia: theoretical questions, prevention and treatment (version 2)

Balabanov V.I.


Мы полагаем, что отсутствие единой классификации является основным тормозом в дальнейшем изучении и решении проблемы борьбы с близорукостью. Несомненно, что происхождение близорукости столь же полиэтиологично, как, напри­мер, глаукомы. Обилие гипотез генеза близорукости подтверждает сказанное.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):53-54
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Nesterov A.P.


Discussion on the main aspects of the problem of myopia was held in the journal by the decision of the editorial board. The choice of the topic of discussion was determined, with one; on the hand, the widespread prevalence of myopia among the population, on the other, significant changes in the understanding of the mechanism of development, methods of treatment and prevention of myopia and associated complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):54-56
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Nikoshin L.I.


Skull and brain injuries figure prominently among wartime and peacetime injuries. According to some authors, 45% of peacetime injuries fall on craniocerebral injuries, of which about 76% are fractures of the bones of the cranial vault [4, 15]. During the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. 5% of all injuries were wounds to the skull and brain, and of these 45% were fractures of the bones of the cranial vault.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):56-57
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Skipetrov V.P.


В последние десятилетия установлено, что маточные кровотечения обусловлены нарушениями механизмов локального гемостаза и фибринолиза — процессов, которые во многом зависят от тканевых гемо коагулирующих агентов эндо- и миометрия играющих важную, а возможно и ведущую роль в развитии менструальных и дис­функциональных маточных геморрагий. Однако сведения о влиянии слизистой и мышечной оболочек матки на свертывание крови и фибринолиз немногочисленны.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):58-61
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Sanatorium treatment in rural areas for children with chronic pneumonia

Vorobieva V.A.


From 1965 to 1970 under our supervision there were 96 children with chronic pneumonia living in the service area of ​​the Kriushinskaya district hospital of the Voznesensky district of the Gorky region. The staged treatment carried out by him included the following links: hospital — polyclinic — feldsher-obstetric station. 52 children were sent to the local sanatoriums "Bolshaya Yelnya" and "Kriusha". 22 of them were from 3 to 7 years old, 30 from 8 to 14 years old. 33 children had initial manifestations of the broncho-pulmonary process, 19 - pneumosclerosis with the presence of bronchiectasis.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):62-62
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The state of the blood coagulation system in lobar pneumonia

Mankova M.D.


As is known, along with plasma factors, blood corpuscles, especially platelets, play a significant role in coagulation. In the literature available to us, we did not find works devoted to the study of platelets in lobar pneumonia.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):62-63
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Fibrinolytic and fibrin-stabilizing potencies of the pulmonary parenchyma

Ruseikin N.S.


In recent years, more and more attention has been paid to tissue factors of blood coagulation, since during surgical interventions there are often so-called hypo- and afibrinogenemic bleeding, the pathogenesis of which is associated with the entry of tissue compounds into the bloodstream.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):63-63
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Acid-base balance of blood in patients with chronic nonspecific pneumonia

Hasis G.L., Kalinin V.M.


We have analyzed the data of acid-base balance (AAB) in 161 patients with chronic pneumonia in the acute phase (96 men and 65 women aged 16 to 75 years). The vast majority of patients had a diffuse form with a combination of obstructive and restrictive processes in the lungs. The control was served by the standards of indicators of acid-base balance, developed by us on the basis of their determination in 406 adult residents of Kuzbass. All studies were carried out on the domestic apparatus AZIV-1 and subjected to statistical processing.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):63-64
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Secondary flora of the bronchial tree in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis

Lupanova I.R., Shtein T.A.


The aim of this study was to study the composition of the flora of the bronchial tree and its sensitivity to antibiotics in 101 patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. Bronchial lavages obtained during subanesthesia bronchoscopy were subjected to bacteriological analysis. Sowing of bronchial lavage water in 33 patients (group 1) did not give growth.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):64-64
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Experience in the treatment of supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children

Kupryashina T.G.


We observed 107 children aged 1 to 14 years, who had been treated for fractures over the past 10 years, in which the line of violation of the integrity of the humerus was located directly above the epicondyle.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):64-65
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Dynamics of ATP in the blood in bone fractures and burns

Kirillov M.M., Oster V.R.


The aim of this work was to study the features of the dynamics of ATP in the blood during mechanical and thermal trauma and to identify the possible dependence of ECG indicators on changes in the ATP level. The study included 50 patients with fractures of long tubular bones (thigh, lower leg, shoulder) and 20 patients with burns of 5-30% of the body surface (11 of them had deep burns). The predominant number of patients were men (44 out of 70), 60 people. were under the age of 50.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):65-65
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Method for the surgical treatment of Kohler II disease

Varshavskiy I.M.


Treating patients with Kohler II disease is a difficult task. Conservative treatment in the initial stages gives short-term subjective improvement. The main thing in the treatment is long-term unloading with the use of plaster casts. The known methods of surgical treatment have significant drawbacks.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):65-66
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Excretion of dioxidine with urine during aerosol therapy of burn wounds

Kupriyanova T.S., Hil R.G.


The microflora of burn wounds, as a rule, is highly sensitive to the new Soviet antibacterial drug dioxidine, and with local aerosol therapy with this drug of burn wounds, a good therapeutic effect is usually achieved, in particular, the engraftability of skin autografts is significantly increased.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):66-67
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Anesthesia with nitrous oxide during dental operations in children

Pechenikov G.N.


In the children's dental clinic in Yoshkar-Ola, we carried out anesthesia with nitrous oxide in 657 children aged 3 to 16 years. Anesthesia machines AN-8 and A-28 were used. In almost all children, anesthesia was started by the "autonarcosis" method along a half-open breathing circuit.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):67-67
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A case of stopping postoperative bleeding with heparin

Bezman Y.D., Moscaleva T.A.


L., 20 years old, was admitted with a diagnosis of tuberculous spondylitis D8-11 4 / II 1972 - necrectomy of the vertebral bodies by intrathoracic access. Blood loss 1500.0. During the operation, 1400.0 blood transfused (net weight without preservative).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):67-68
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Blood clotting and viscosity in botulism

Kildyarov A.B.


We observed 3 patients with botulism who fell ill after eating home canned food. Among them were 1 woman and 2 men aged 18, 24 and 51. The incubation period in the first patient was 24 hours, in the second - 10 hours and in the third - 7 days. The diagnosis, established clinically, was further confirmed by the detection of the toxin in intestinal washings (type B) and in pickled mushrooms (type A). The first two patients had moderate, and the third had a severe form of botulism.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):68-68
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Congenital microspherocytic hemolytic anemia in combination with gonadal dysgenesis

Huzina H.M.


The case cited by us is interesting in that the combination of Minkowski-Shoffard's disease and Shereshevsky-Turner's syndrome is rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):68-69
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Some features of the clinic and morphology of lymphogranulomatosis

Fedorov V.P.


This report provides a clinical and morphological description of a number of features of the course of lymphogranulomatosis in a woman who underwent surgery for extirpation of the uterus with appendages and radiation therapy in 1959 for cervical cancer.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):69-70
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Features of hemodynamics of the pelvic organs in patients with internal endometriosis of the uterus

Shinkareva L.F., Sabsai M.I., Kornyaeva Z.S.


The cardinal symptoms of internal endometriosis of the uterus are uterine bleeding and progressive algomenorrhea. Unfortunately, there is no consensus on the etiology and pathogenesis of these symptoms.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):70-71
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Accessory mammary gland on the shoulder

Puskarev N.I.


Accessory nipples, accessory and accessory mammary glands, in addition to the milky lines, occasionally develop on the back, shoulders and hips. We observed an accessory mammary gland on the left shoulder.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):71-71
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Some features of perinatal mortality

Pigalov A.P.


We have studied the structure of perinatal mortality among female workers in the chemical industry over the past 5 years (1968-1972), that is, since the moment the first chemical production shops were put into operation. Infant mortality over these 5 years is lower than in the TASSR as a whole. In its structure, the main place is occupied by early infant mortality.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):71-72
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Hyperparathyroidism in childhood and adolescence

Tarakaeva V.N.


Hyperparathyroidism in children, especially those under 10 years of age, is extremely rare. We observed 10 patients in whom the disease began at the age of 10-19 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):72-72
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Biological properties of enteric staphylococci isolated from young children

Lityaeva L.A.


The carriage of pathogenic staphylococci was examined by 81 children under the age of 3 years (up to a year - 49, up to 2 years - 20, up to 3 years - 12). For 3 months of observation of diseases of staphylococcal etiology among children were not registered.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):72-73
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On the use of passive hemagglutination reaction in epidemiological practice

Zubin G.I.


The aim of this work was to assess the passive hemagglutination reaction (RPHA) as a method for identifying hidden sources of dysentery in deciphering group diseases in preschool institutions.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):73-74
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Poisoning with arzamit solution

Kudasov I.K., Muhametzyanov S.A., Kac A.S.


Arzamit-solution is widely used in industrial construction as an anti-corrosion agent. Its composition is as follows: rezole soda (phenol-formaldehyde), benzyl alcohol, dichlorohydringlycerin. We did not find a description of the clinical picture of administration of arzamit-solution in the literature, which allows us to share the experience of treating 32 patients with a similar disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):74-74
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Bakumenko N.P.


In Yoshkar-Ola, the trauma polyclinic is organized as part of the united city hospital. It has a reception with a filing cabinet for adults and children. Reception is carried out in two shifts (from 8 to 20 hours). From 20 o'clock to 8 a.m., a team on duty, consisting of a traumatologist, an operating nurse, an X-ray laboratory assistant and a nurse, provides assistance to patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):75-76
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Fochenkov A.A.


An important social measure arising from the main tasks of the IX Five-Year Plan (1971-1975) for the development of the national economy is the convergence of the living standards of the urban and rural population. Proceeding from this, in recent years in the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic a lot of work has been carried out to streamline construction in the countryside. For all districts, district planning schemes have been developed (with the exception of Zainskiy, formed in 1973), with which out of 4160 rural settlements, 1320 are planned for perspective development. Currently, more than 40% of promising settlements have master plans.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):76-79
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Ilnickiy A.P., Solenova L.G., Ignatova V.V.


Industrial development and urbanization have led to a sharp increase in the amount of domestic and industrial wastewater, some of which can be used to irrigate agricultural land. However, wastewater can contain compounds that are hazardous to public health.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):80-81
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Lembik J.L., ShКафедра общей гигиены (зав.— чл.-корр. АМН СССР проф. И. И. Беляев) Горьков- ского медицинского института и лаборатория профилактики канцерогенных воздействий (зав.— акад. АМН СССР Л. М. Шабад) Института клинической и экспериментальной онкологии АМН СССРodich P.E.


Studies have shown that wastewater from organic synthesis production contains many organic substances (as evidenced by high MIC and COD indicators), oil products, a large amount of salts and various specific chemicals, including the carcinogenic hydrocarbon benz (a) pyrene (BP).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):82-83
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Shakirov T.A.


The study of the sanitary and hygienic working conditions at the new hard leather factory showed that, thanks to a more rational layout and equipping with modern sanitary equipment, the microclimate of production premises has been improved and the performance of a number of operations has been improved. The necessity of mechanization and facilitation of such operations as loading a semi-finished product into drums, feeding leather to presses and a forklift in ash and tanning workshops has been revealed. To create an optimal microclimate in the finishing shop, we recommended eliminating the shortcomings in the operation of ventilation systems.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):83-84
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Gazizov M.F.


In the clinic of chronic exposure to the products of sulphurous oil processing on the body, a certain place (according to various sources - in 9-33% of workers) is occupied by symptoms indicating a violation of the functional state of the vestibular analyzer.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):85-85
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Shubin V.N.


Viktor Leonidovich Bogolyubov was born on March 25, 1874 in Kazan. He received his higher medical education with the title of physician with honors at Kazan University.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):85-87
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Rahlin L.M.


May marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest Soviet therapists, Professor Roman Albertovich Luria. The legacy he left, despite the 30 years that have passed since his death (1944), sounds very modern in many ways.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):87-89
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The healing factors of the Yangan-Tau resort

Sirotkin V.M., Chuvashaev R.S.


The monograph by R. Sh. Akbashev is very lively and at the same time at a sufficiently high scientific level sets out the history of the study of natural phenomena, the balneological properties of thermal gases and the creation of a modern health resort for 500 places.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):89-90
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Population and health protection in Mordovia

Gimadeev M.M.


The author of the monograph, based on the Marxist-Leninist methodology, characterizes in detail the state of health of the population, demographic processes and health care in the republic in close connection with the socio-economic, cultural and everyday transformations carried out during the years of Soviet power.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):90-91
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Ibragimova A.G.


The meeting was attended by over 300 delegates and guests from various cities of the Soviet Union. Over 140 papers were presented.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):91-92
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Kotlyarevskiy E.V.


On 29–31 / X 1973, an all-Union symposium on stress problems was held in Chisinau, organized by the Scientific Council of the USSR Academy of Sciences on complex problems of human and animal physiology and the Institute of Zoology of the Academy of Sciences of the Moldavian SSR. More than 500 authors presented their work. 24 reports were presented to the plenary session.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):92-92
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The scientific and medical community of Kazan and the Tatar Republic suffered a heavy loss: on January 27, 1974, after a short serious illness at the age of 77, one of the country's leading obstetricians and gynecologists, Honored Scientist of the TASSR, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor of the Kazan Medical Institute, died. communist Pavel Vasilievich Manenkov.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):93-93
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By the decision of the All-Russian Society of Physicians, on December 11-12, 1973, the anniversary Volga Conference was held in Kazan, dedicated to the memory of the outstanding Soviet scientist-internist, professor of the medical faculty of Kazan University, S. S. Zimntsky. Doctors from the Volga region and some other regions of the Russian Federation took part in its work.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(2):94-94
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