Vol 55, No 4 (1974)

Drug allergy

Goryachkina L.A., Tomilec V.A., Kyznecova M.M., Somov B.A.


Recently, allergic diseases have increasingly attracted the attention of doctors. There are cases of high sensitivity of some completely healthy people to the so-called low molecular weight compounds in general and to drugs in particular. There are reports of deaths due to the development of anaphylactic shock in a number of persons sensitized to antibiotics, sulfonamides, antipyretics, as well as to iodine, novocaine, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):1-4
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Assessment of methods for determining sensitization to bacterial allergens in patients with infectious-allergic bronchial asthma

Cibulkina V.I.


The variety of clinical methods for determining hypersensitivity requires an assessment of the most common of them for practical recommendations in the treatment of bronchial asthma.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):4-6
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Allergic skin tests for bronchial asthma in children

Novikova V.A., Yabelevich M.M., Moiseeva S.A., Razjivina R.V., Yakubovskaya N.Y., Yanover L.G.


We observed 546 children aged 1 to 14 years, including 426 patients with bronchial asthma (of which 372 with infectious-allergic form and 54 with allergic) and 120 healthy. Hereditary burden was found in 224 (52.1%) patients. Bronchial asthma, eczema and other allergic diseases were noted in parents and close relatives 69; 72 and 83 children, respectively. 242 children (56.7%) in the first years of life suffered from exudative-catarrhal diathesis.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):6-8
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Experience in the use of immunosuppressive drugs in the treatment of bronchial asthma

Varfolomeeva T.B., Ivanova V.A.


At present, a severe course of bronchial asthma is increasingly common, often complicated by hypertension or hypoxemic coma with a fatal outcome. Therapy with steroid hormones is not always effective and very often fraught with serious complications. In the last 10 years, immunosuppressants have been successfully used to treat collagenoses and some other diseases with the phenomenon of autosensitization.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):8-10
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To the question of diagnostics of pollionosis

Burnasheva R.H.


Pollinosis is an allergic disease caused by plant pollen, also known as hay fever, pollen allergy, hay rhinitis, pollen rhinopathy, hay asthma, spring catarrh, in English literature - rose cold, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):10-12
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On the issue of the formation of combined forms of allergic diseases in children

Shamova A.G.


Under our supervision, there were 200 children with manifestations of combined forms of allergy (77 girls and 123 boys at the age: up to a year — 104, 2-3 years - 47, 4-6 years - 30, 7-11 years-16, 12-14 years - 3). When studying anamnestic data in 38.7% of children, a hereditary burden was established in the form of manifestations of bronchial asthma, eczema, angio-neurotic edema and urticarial rashes, various allergic reactions to the use of medicines and certain types of food.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):12-13
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The value of the immunofluorescence method in the diagnosis of respiratory viral infections

Pikuza O.I.


Immunofluorescence according to Koons is one of the highly reliable methods for early diagnosis of respiratory viral infections [2, etc.].

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):13-14
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Immunological reactivity in children with burn disease

Slavkina G.M., Buhanov V.E., Novikov B.F., Filippov U.V.


The aim of the work was to study the state of general immunological reactivity (GIR) in children with burns, the relationship between the FIR level and the course and outcomes of burn disease, as well as allergy to hemolytic staphylococcus in children with burns and pyoinflammatory diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):14-15
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Allergy to pyococci with some dermatoses

Nureev G.G.


Staphylococci and streptococci are widespread on the skin and mucous membranes of humans. Therefore, the study of the effect of pyococci on the human body is of great importance in dermatology.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):16-18
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Pathogenesis and prevention of occupational eczema

Kondratiev G.G.


In the pathogenesis of occupational eczema, the penetration of chemicals through the skin is essential. Factors that change the barrier properties of the skin include increased skin moisture, its maceration; degreasing the skin under the influence of solvents (ether, benzene, etc.); skin irritation under the influence of various agents used for laundering.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):18-20
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Allergic complications of myocardial infarction and their prevention

Shinkareva I.A., Anisimova L.V., Letunova L.I., Chudanova L.V.


Recently, the attention of many researchers has been attracted by the postinfarction syndrome, first noted by Dressler in 1955. In the domestic literature, this syndrome is described by A.M.Damir, S. X. Sidorovich (I960), A.P. Matusova (1961), and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):20-22
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Clinical significance of the dynamics of the content of histamine in the blood in myocardial infarction

Gefter V.A., Shmotkina S.I., Eidumova R.Y.


For several years, we have been studying the role of increasing the concentration of histamine in the blood in various forms of coronary insufficiency, taking into account a certain relationship between its level and the content of catecholamines and taking into account the effect of histamine on blood clotting, vascular wall permeability, vascular tone and blood pressure [1 –3].

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):22-23
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Indicators of microcirculation and blood coagulation system in patients with atherosclerosis and hypertension

Kitaeva N.D.


A high percentage of patients with coronary heart disease arouses interest in elucidating the pathogenesis of this condition. The aim of the work was to analyze the indicators of microcirculation and the hemocoagulation system as some links in the pathogenesis of the dynamics of atherosclerosis and hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):23-25
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Hemodynamic changes in atherosclerotic cardiosclerosis with circulatory failure

Lebedeva Z.G., Frontasieva V.V.


The task of the work was to identify objective criteria for assessing the stage of circulatory failure in patients with coronary cardiosclerosis (without hypertension) and to study hemodynamic changes under the influence of treatment with cardiac glycosides. We examined 104 patients aged 40–75 years, 43 of them in dynamics before and after treatment. Have 61 people. was stage I of circulatory failure (1st group of patients), in 19 - II A stage. (2nd group) and in 24 - II B-III st. (3rd gr.). The data obtained from 46 healthy persons aged 17–45 years served as a control.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):25-26
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Labor prognosis of patients with postinfarction heart aneurysms

Cherkinskaya N.D., Gorohovskiy B.I.


Heart aneurysm is one of the most severe complications of transmural myocardial infarction. It is found in 20-50% of patients with myocardial infarction [1-4]. The prognosis and working capacity of patients with this pathology have not yet been sufficiently developed. Until recently, it was believed that the prognosis of patients with myocardial infarction complicated by aneurysm was absolutely hopeless.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):26-28
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Orthogonal ECG leads in the clinic of coronary heart disease

Latupov A.G., Ozol E.A., Hodjaeva D.K., Voicehovich G.S.


Despite the 70-year period of application of electrocardiography in the clinic, the informative possibilities of analyzing electrical processes in the heart are by no means exhausted.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):29-31
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To the assessment of electrocardiographic and electrocymographic symptoms in the postinfarction period

Brodskaya A.M., Subbotin N.P.


We have studied electrokimograms (ECI) in comparison with ECG in 74 patients aged 36 to 74 years (men - 56, women - 18), who had a large-focal myocardial infarction (51 — anterior, 23 — posterior). In 37 patients, ECG data indicated extensive anterior transmural infarction with a QS-type ventricular complex in the chest leads and an elevated RS-T segment in some cases. Have 23 people. there was a posterior myocardial infarction without signs of transmural lesion on the ECG.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):32-32
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The role of violations of histo-hematological barriers in cerebral atherosclerosis

Salutin V.G.


When studying the vessels and brain tissue of 31 deceased (22 - from atherosclerosis and 9 - from hypertension) using a complex of modern general histological, histochemical and neuromorphological research methods, we came to the conclusion that violations of the histo-hematological barriers (HGB) of the vessel walls play a significant role in the morphogenesis of atherosclerosis of the cerebral arteries, and at the level of the microcirculatory bed of the brain - and in ensuring the metabolic relationship of the vascular bed and brain tissue.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):32-34
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Dynamics of the formation of pulmonary heart and pulmonary heart failure in chronic pneumonia

Melnikova T.O., Klenovskaya K.A., Vasilieva V.A.


Based on the study of 104 case histories and autopsy protocols for those who died from chronic pneumonia with decompensated cor pulmonale, we set ourselves the task of analyzing the pathogenetic basis of the formation of cor pulmonale, comparing the main variants of the clinical course of chronic pneumonia with the timing of the onset of cor pulmonale and its decompensation in accordance with the classification of chronic pneumonia ( Tbilisi, 1972).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):34-36
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Experience in the use of sulfamonomethoxin in nonspecific inflammatory diseases of the respiratory system

Kokosov A.N., Bogdanova T.A., Sivyakov A.A.


The search for agents adequate to antibiotics in terms of antibacterial effect, but causing relatively less allergic reactions, led us to the use of depot sulfonamides, primarily for chronic pulmonary diseases. Our attention was attracted by sulfamonomethoxin (synonyms - danmeton, drug 04-3476), synthesized at the V.I. S. Ordzhonikidze V. A. Zasosov, N. A. Kapina and K. A. Bushueva. We found in the periodicals sporadic indications of the effectiveness of sulfamonomethoxin in pneumonia, based on a small number of observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):36-37
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Dynamics of radiotelemetric and electrogastrographic indicators in patients with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer in the course of complex therapy

Panfilov U.A., Kulikov V.A.


We have conducted studies of gastric pH (using endoradiosonde) and electrogastrogram (EGG) in 40 patients with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer before and after treatment with anticholinergics, vicalin, B vitamins with dietary and physiotherapy and in 8 apparently healthy individuals (control group ).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):38-39
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Therapeutic effect of sodium oxyferrisorbon in patients with peptic ulcer disease

Trusov V.V., Vahrushev Y.M.


Among the large number of agents used for the treatment of peptic ulcer disease, regeneration stimulants occupy a special place. These include sodium oxyferriscorbone.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):39-41
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Surgeon's tactics for complicated forms of peptic ulcer disease in elderly and senile people

Uteshev N.S., Pahomova G.V., Subbotin V.M., Kochneva E.A.


In recent years, elderly and senile patients who need emergency surgical care have been increasingly admitted to hospitals. The old organism is characterized by a tendency to slowly growing pathological processes.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):41-45
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Intensification of a number of aging indicators in patients with endemic euthyroid goiter

Gandz A.S., Dilman V.M.


Despite the tremendous progress in the prevention and treatment of endemic goiter, its prevalence is still high, and the practical eradication of large, disfiguring goiter and the phenomena of goiter degeneration (cretinism and deafness) did not solve the problem of other complications of this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):45-47
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Functional morphology of age-related changes in the thyroid gland

Abdulyanov V.A.


The functional morphology of the thyroid gland in terms of age has not been adequately studied. Our task was to study the content of total and protein-bound iodine in the thyroid gland of people over 30 years old and the correlation of the data obtained with the structural features of this organ.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):47-48
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Changes in pulmonary ventilation in patients with diabetes mellitus

Maleva I.Y., Sobakinskaya L.V.


With a profound metabolic disorder in patients with diabetes mellitus, a large amount of under-oxidized metabolic products accumulates in the blood, resulting in severe shortness of breath and excessive pulmonary ventilation at rest.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):49-50
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Diagnostic value of the determination of cortisol and its metabolites in the urine of patients with Itsenko-Cushing's disease

Kalinin A.P., Narujnuk N.D., Казанская G.A.


It has been established that in Itsenko-Cushing's disease, the main clinical manifestations of the disease arise as a result of excessive production of adrenal cortex hormones, mainly glucocorticoids.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):50-51
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Differential diagnosis and therapy of cushingoid syndromes in adolescents

Kausheva I.V.


We believe that pubertal-adolescent basophilism (PJB) is a special nosological unit (form). Under our supervision, there were 163 patients (women - 119, men - 44, age - from 11 to 19 years), suffering from PYB, and 2 people. (13 and 15 years old) with Itsenko-Cushing's disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):51-54
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Glucocorticoid function of the adrenal cortex in Rh-conflict

Sadukov B.G., Kotova M.I.


In order to study the glucocorticoid function of the adrenal cortex in pregnant women, women in labor, their newborns and with replacement blood transfusion, we determined the total 11-hydroxycorticosteroids (11-OCS) in blood plasma according to Yu.A. Pankov and I. Ya. Usvatova (1965) on fluorimeter "Bian".

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):54-55
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Some issues of pregnancy and childbirth management in women with acquired and congenital heart defects

Solovieva M.S., Voroncova G.M., Gracheva U.P., Kuznecova G.P., Ksenofontov G.E.


In the Chuvash Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, since 1965, pregnant women with various heart diseases are sent to a specialized maternity ward of the medical unit of the cotton mill in Cheboksary.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):55-57
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Treatment of scleroderma with dimethyl sulfoxide

Sergeev V.P., Zakiev R.Z.


Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), discovered back in 1867 by the Kazan chemist A.M. Zaitsev, in recent years has attracted the attention of many domestic and foreign medical scientists as a possible conductor of other medicines through biological barriers.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):57-58
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Puncture of the subclavian vein in the intensive care unit

Polyakov V.P., Smirnickiy V.V., Serafimovich N.N., Sklovskaya K.S., Suetin A.N., Chernusheva N.I.


In our clinic, catheterization of the subclavian vein has been used since 1969. During this time, the puncture was performed in 412 patients (age from 5 to 82 years) who were treated in the intensive care unit. For the purpose of long-term infusion of medicinal substances, catheterization of the subclavian vein was performed in 252 patients with gastric bleeding, sepsis, anaerobic infection, tetanus, as well as after severe interventions, in particular, after restorative operations on the great vessels for the administration of heparin.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):58-59
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Photocoagulation of the ocular membranes and reactive syndrome

Sidorenko E.I., Davletbaeva M.M.


The aim of this work was to study the reactive syndrome (a symptom complex that develops in the eye during painful irritation of the first branch of the trigeminal nerve and manifests itself in an increase in intraocular pressure, constriction of the pupil, dilation of the vessels of the anterior part of the eye, an increase in their permeability, a change in the chemical composition of moisture in the anterior chamber, a short-term increase in the velocity formation of aqueous humor) in the clinic and experiment with the use of photocoagulation. Changes in the pupil were investigated with a pupilometer and fluctuations in intraocular pressure with a Maklakov tonometer.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):59-60
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Atherosclerosis: clinic, treatment, prevention

Smetnev A.S., Neverov I.V.


Since the time of the classical works of H. N. Anichkov and S. S. Khalatov, the main attention in the problem of atherosclerosis is paid to disorders of lipid metabolism.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):60-63
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Atherosclerosis: clinic, treatment, prevention

Halfen E.S.


We believe that two factors play a leading role in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis: 1) lipoid infiltration, 2) deposition of fibrin and plates on the walls of blood vessels. The great importance of lipid metabolism disorders, hypercholesterolemia in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis does not raise any doubts. However, the simplified interpretation of the lipid-infiltration theory and the idea that only one cholesterolemia has an exclusive role in the development of atherosclerosis conflicts with many clinical and experimental data.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):64-65
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The effect of growth hormone on carbohydrate metabolism

Balabolkin M.I.


Growth hormone (growth hormone, STH) takes part in the regulation of protein, carbohydrate, fat and mineral metabolism in the body.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):63-66
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Iron deficiency anemia in children

Sultanova G.F.


Iron deficiency is one of the most common causes of anemia in children, especially at an early age. This is due to the following factors: first of all, children are born with insufficient reserves of this metal in the depot organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):66-70
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Intradermal allergic test in patients with chronic gastritis and peptic ulcer disease

Chumakova A.V., Vaeinstein S.G.


The studies were carried out in 275 people. The antigen was prepared from the gastric mucosa of a practically healthy person who died as a result of trauma. The separated mucosa was washed, homogenized in a mixture with saline in a ratio of 1: 10, frozen and thawed three times, after which it was centrifuged and the supernatant was sterilized by passing through Seitz filters. The bacteriological control of the antigen was carried out at the Kazan Scientific Research Institute of Electrometry. The antigen was standardized by protein.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):70-71
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Assessment of Allergy Caused by Nickel Compounds

Somov B.A., Sosonkin I.E., Flomen E.D.


Taking into account the important role of blood cells in the development of delayed-type hypersensitivity, we used the phenomenon of adhesion (agglomeration) of leukocytes in citrated blood according to Fleck in the modification of I.E.Sosonkin to assess the allergy caused by nickel compounds in guinea pigs.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):71-72
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The use of histaglobin for certain allergic diseases

Sandler B.B.


We observed 114 patients (men - 40, women - 74) at the age of 3 years and 8 months. up to 62 years (61.8% - at the age of 20-50). The duration of the disease ranged from 6 months. under 18 years old.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):71-72
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Plasmacytic reaction of lymphoid organs in humans is normal

Gruber N.M., Kirillov A.L., Kurochkin V.I.


The plasmacytic reaction of the lymphatic organs develops in response to any damage. It serves as an indicator of the hormonal background of immunological changes and is involved in the processes of regeneration.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):71-72
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Influence of intradermal tuberculin test on neutrophil damage in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis

Ahmetkujin A.A.


This report presents the results of a study of shifts in indicators of neutrophil damage (PNN) occurring in response to intradermal administration of 5 units. standard tuberculin in patients with various clinical manifestations of pulmonary tuberculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):72-73
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On the development of fetal immunomorphological reactions in isoimmunological conflict

Gurevich P.S.


This work is based on a pathomorphological examination of 135 newborns with hemolytic disease (HDN), supplemented by clinical, serological, and some biochemical studies.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):73-74
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Serological indicators in children subject to age-related DPT revaccination

Saidasheva H.G., Bulatov N.M., Amfiteatrova N.F.


In children vaccinated with DTP vaccine and subject to age-related revaccination, the intensity of anti-diphtheria immunity (by determining the content of diphtheria antitoxin in the blood by the Remer method), tetanus immunity (by the method of biological neutralization in white mice) and the presence of pertussis antibodies (agglutination reaction) were studied. Under observation were 348 children 6 years old, correctly vaccinated with DPT vaccine, who received the primary revaccination 2.5-4.0 years ago.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):74-74
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Autoimmune changes and morphological changes in chronic recurrent salpingo-oophoritis

Kulavskiy V.A.


Examined 70 patients who for several years suffered from inflammation of the uterine appendages. All women showed pronounced anatomical changes in the form of significant inflammatory formations or cicatricial changes. In addition to inflammation of the uterine appendages, 21 patients were diagnosed with perimetritis, periadnexitis, as well as lesions of the lower reproductive system (colpitis, endocervicitis, cervical erosion). 17 women suffered from infertility, 14 had ovarian dysfunction.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):74-75
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Changes in the activity of alkaline phosphatase in the blood serum of patients with myocardial infarction and angina pectoris

Sergeev N.M.


We analyzed the dynamics of ALP activity in the blood serum in 33 patients with large-focal myocardial infarction (age - from 39 to 76 years) and in 21 patients with angina pectoris (age - from 36 to 70 years) in combination with a number of other special methods (ECG study, determination of the activity of aspartate aminotransferase and alanine aminotransferase, the level of sialic acids by the diphenylamine test, fibrinogen and the presence of C-reactive protein).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):75-76
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Remote vectorcardiography in acute myocardial infarction

Savelieva G.G., Lebedeva V.P.


For the diagnosis of the acute period of myocardial infarction, we used remote vectorcardiography (DVKG), proposed by H.M. Kagiev and I.K.Kireev (1971). The clinic examined 52 patients aged 28 to 78 years in the first 5 days of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):76-76
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About changes in the content of electrolytes in the blood with paroxysmal tachycardia

Golikov A.P., Ustinova E.Z., Fedorov N.F.


We examined 50 patients suffering from frequent attacks of paroxysmal tachycardia for a long time - from 2 to 10 years. Have 29 people. had supraventricular paroxysmal tachycardia, 2 had ventricular paroxysmal tachycardia, 18 had paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, and 1 had paroxysmal atrial flutter.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):76-77
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Characteristic of atrial fibrillation and electrical impulse rhythm reversion

Pak E.V.


Studies by E.A. Ozol (1956), carried out with the help of special leads, showed that the high-voltage form of atrial fibrillation with ff not lower than 0.2 mv is mainly inherent in rheumatic heart disease with mitral stenosis. A low-voltage form of blinking and the absence of noticeable waves on the ECG are noted, as a rule, in cardiosclerosis, mainly of atherosclerotic origin.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):77-77
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About the phase structure of diastole in heart failure and its changes under the influence of cardiac glycosides

Vedrova N.N.


We observed 89 patients with mitral heart defects, of whom 47 suffered from mitral stenosis, 20 from mitral insufficiency and 22 from combined mitral heart disease. There are 3 groups: 30 people. with compensated defect, 40 with initial signs of right ventricular failure and 19 with clinically significant right ventricular failure.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):77-78
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"Strophanthin test" in patients with ischemic heart disease in the diagnosis of the latent stage of heart failure

Olbinskaya L.I., Kun I.S., Ostrovskaya V.I., Kitaeva I.T., Abinder A.A.


We studied the effect of a single intravenous injection of strophanthin on the contractile function of the myocardium at rest and under conditions of veloergometric load, as well as the diagnostic value of an acute "strophanthin test" in identifying the latent stage of heart failure in patients with ischemic heart disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):78-78
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The influence of the Finnish bath on patients with atherosclerotic coronary cardiosclerosis

Semavin N.E., Kuzmina N.I., Kumachev L.A.


Our goal was to find out what effect the Finnish bath - sauna has on the condition of patients suffering from coronary atherosclerosis, as well as hypertension in combination with coronary atherosclerosis, without pronounced attacks of angina pectoris and circulatory disorders.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):78-79
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Kumis in the prevention of premature aging

Zagidullin Z.S.


Studies of many scientists have established that kumis has a tonic effect on the nervous system, enhances redox processes, regulates acid-base balance, stimulates the activity of the cardiovascular system and the respiratory center, has a beneficial effect on the secretory, motor functions of the gastrointestinal tract, reduces the processes of decay and fermentation in the intestines and intoxication, stimulates hematopoiesis, increases the protective function of the liver.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):79-80
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Nerobol in the complex treatment of patients with chronic pneumonia

Danilyak I.G., Romasheva N.I., Gitel E.P., Smirnova G.A.


The anabolic drug Nerobol was used in 34 patients with exacerbation of chronic pneumonia. In addition, the patients received antibacterial, bronchodilator, expectorant drugs. The control group consisted of 20 patients who did not receive Nerobol. Both groups of patients were identical, which made it possible to further compare the results of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):80-80
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Methods for preventing complications of puncture and catheterization of the great veins

Perepelica V.N.


During the catheterization of the great veins, which we performed in 107 cases in 98 patients aged from 3 months to 73 years, we have recently used polyethylene or PVC catheters attached to a needle for lumbar puncture to simplify the technique, simulating them over the flame of an alcohol lamp in this way so that the end of the catheter fits snugly around the needle.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):80-81
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To the treatment of chronic pancreatitis

Boreckaya A.V., Sumarokova L.P.


We observed 60 patients with various forms of chronic pancreatitis (18 men and 42 women aged 20 to 59 years). In 22 of them, the duration of the disease did not exceed 3 years, in 18 it was from 3 to 5 years, and in 20 - more than 5 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):81-82
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Effect of the miotic preparation phospholine iodide on the pupil and intraocular pressure

Krasnov L.E.


Phospholine iodide (ecothiophatic iodide) was first synthesized in the USA in 1957 by L. E. Tammelino M. In 1973, a similar drug was obtained at the I.Ph. AE Arbuzov of the USSR Academy of Sciences under the leadership of Acad. B. A. Arbuzova and Cand. chem. sciences ON Nuretdinova.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):82-82
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The state of the precorneal film in case of herpetic eye diseases

Sunyaeva S.I.


The subject of this article is to find out the average duration of corneal hydration in normal conditions and in case of herpetic eye diseases, especially in cases of herpes overlay on the completed trachomatous process.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):82-83
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Aortic bifurcation embolism

Izmailov G.A.


Aortic bifurcation embolism accounts for 16% of all embolisms. Its source is parietal thrombi of the left half of the heart (more often the left atrium and its ear) and, less often, atheromatosis. The so-called cross, or paradoxical, embolism has not been described in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):83-84
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Fanconi's hypoplastic anemia

Petrov G.P., Tazetdinova F.G., Grishina N.V.


This work is devoted to the clinical and hematological description of 3 of our observations of Fanconi's hypoplastic anemia.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):84-85
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Ovarian function and excretion of luteinizing hormone in patients with chronic inflammation of the uterine appendages

Djabrailova S.S.


We observed 70 women (age - 20-36 years) suffering from inflammation of the uterine appendages of the septic etiology. The disease in all had a chronic character with pronounced anatomical changes in the area of the tubes and ovaries. In 46 patients, the lesions of the appendages were bilateral. 60 patients were examined and treated in a hospital setting, 10 - in a polyclinic. The duration of the inflammatory process varied from 8 months to 14 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):85-86
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Features of premature birth

Markman A.E.


1165 birth histories were analyzed in a specialized maternity hospital for premature birth in Leningrad in 1972.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):86-86
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Topical issues of advanced training for doctors of the Russian Federation

Savchenko M.G.


To date, in the Russian Federation, as well as in other union republics, a clear system of advanced training for doctors and pharmacists has developed. In each oblast, krai there is an annual or long-term plan for advanced training of doctors and pharmacists at training bases (at institutes, faculties and at local bases).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):87-88
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On the experience of combating air pollution in the industrial area of the city

Gimadaev M.M., Gorina M.N., Dautov F.F., Shutkina E.A.


This report highlights the experience of reducing air pollution in one of the districts of Kazan. Briefly characterizing the sources of air pollution, one should name chemical and petrochemical industries, construction industry enterprises, mechanical engineering and instrument making, thermal power plants, boiler houses, vehicles, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):89-90
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Fluorine content in the sources of potable water supply in Kazan

Marlina F.E., Naidenova G.I.


Due to the increase in the incidence of dental caries in many countries of the world, including the USSR [1, 3], in recent years, the microelement fluorine has attracted close attention of hygienists.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):90-91
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About the experience of treatment with mexaform of professional chronic enterocolitis

Ashbel S.I.


Workers of penicillin and streptomycin production facilities and medical workers “who have industrial contact with these antibiotics often develop occupational diseases, in the diverse clinical picture of which chronic enterocolitis is the most frequent. As a result of the action of antibiotics, dysbiosis occurs. The content of obligate microorganisms is significantly reduced and conditionally pathogenic flora is activated: staphylococcus, hemolytic forms of Escherichia coli, Proteus, yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):91-92
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Clinical lectures in cardiology

Rahlin L.M.


Of the 14 lectures, 10 are devoted to myocardial infarction and atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries of the heart, 2 - atrioventricular blockade with Morgagni - Eden - Stokes syndrome and 2 - hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(4):93-93
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