Vol 55, No 6 (1974)

CLINIC AND TREATMENT OF MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION
Reznik A.E.
Abstract

From January 1971 to April 1974, 1,682 patients with generalized forms of meningococcal infection were hospitalized at the 1st Infectious Diseases Hospital. This surge in the incidence of meningococcal disease was clinically very different from the sporadic cases we have seen in the past 30 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):1-3
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COMPLICATIONS AND IMMEDIATE CONSEQUENCES OF MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION IN RECONVALESCENTS
Davudov V.Y.
Abstract

In this work, we present the results of the analysis of case histories and dispensary examination of 807 convalescents of meningococcal infection of all ages, who appeared for examination 1-3 months after discharge from the 1st infectious diseases hospital. During the dispensary examination, the convalescents collected detailed information about complaints and general well-being, checked the state of the cardiovascular and nervous systems, hearing, vision, work activity, and student performance.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):3-4
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FIBRINOLYTIC BLOOD ACTIVITY IN MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION
Nadurova G.G., Habibullina S.H.
Abstract

To clarify the dependence of the clinical course of meningococcal infection on the severity of the fibrinolytic activity of the blood, we conducted a dynamic study (according to the Bidwell method) in 58 patients. 2 patients were under the age of 3 years, 11 were from 3 to 7 years old, 5 were from 7 to 10 years old, 13 were from 10 to 14 years old, and 27 were over 14 years old.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):5
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HAGEMAN'S FACTOR ACTIVATION IN PATIENTS WITH MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION
Ratmanova V.I., Nadurova G.G.
Abstract

With meningococcal infection, hemorrhages on the skin and mucous membranes are quite common. Their severity usually corresponds to the severity of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):5-7
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DYNAMICS OF UNDOXIDED EXCHANGE PRODUCTS IN PATIENTS WITH MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION
Chetkareva R.P.
Abstract

We have studied the dynamics of blood and urine oxygen vacancy rates in patients with a generalized form of meningococcal infection: on the 1-3rd, 7-9th days of illness and before discharge from the hospital. Examined 102 patients (67 adults and 35 children). The research results are presented in the table.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):7-8
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APPLICATION OF DROPERIDOL IN PATIENTS WITH MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION
Enaleeva D.S.
Abstract

Generalized forms of meningococcal infection, occurring with the phenomena of meningitis, are often accompanied by severe cerebral edema syndrome. One of the clinical symptoms of this complication is the patient's motor restlessness, which complicates the rapid conduct of intensive therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):8-9
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CLINIC AND PATHOMORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN MENINGOCOCCAL MENINGOENCEPHALITIS
Perelstein S.B., Popov N.P.
Abstract

In 71 out of 1532 patients with meningococcal infection who were admitted to the 1st Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital of Kazan during the epidemic outbreak of 1971 - 1972, the disease proceeded in the form of meningoencephalitis. 10 patients died (14.1%): 7 children aged 1.5 months. up to 14 years old and 3 adults - 15, 19 and 46 years old (males and females equally).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):9-10
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IMMEDIATE CAUSES OF DEATH IN MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION
Gurevich P.S., Popov N.P., Kalugina N.M., Ubacev V.T., Demidov E.U., Bolshakova I.A.
Abstract

We have analyzed 90 sectional observations of meningococcal infection. 79 patients died due to the clinical and morphological picture of meningococcal sepsis, 11 - due to meningococcal meningitis without manifestations of sepsis. Children were mostly affected.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):10-12
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SPECIFIC FEATURES OF THE CLINICAL COURSE AND TREATMENT OF ACUTE BACTERIAL DYSENTERIA
Malceva I.V.
Abstract

The purpose of this work was to identify the clinical features of the course and treatment of modern dysentery in adults.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):12-13
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THE ROLE OF SENSITIZED LYMPHOCYTES IN THE IMMUNOGENESIS OF ACUTE DYSENTERIA
Bashirova D.K., Sorokin A.A.
Abstract

This work presents materials on the study of the transformation of lymphocytes in vitro in patients with dysentery stimulated with dysentery in comparison with a skin test for the same protein allergen [3].

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):13-14
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TYPICAL LANDSCAPE OF ABDOMINAL TYPHUS IN TASSR
Muhutdinov I.Z., Koksina K.D., Bulaeva R.M.
Abstract

The epidemiology of typhoid fever in TASSR is currently characterized by the predominance of sporadic cases of the disease. Over the past 9 years in the TASSR, sporadic morbidity in some years accounts for 75 to 85%. Knowledge of phage typing deepens information about the epidemiology of typhoid fever and allows you to confirm or exclude the source of infection, trace epidemiological connections, distinguish local cases from imported and sporadic cases of diseases from epidermal ones, and also clarify the factors of transmission of typhoid infection.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):14-15
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TO RECOGNIZE ERASED FORMS OF HEMORRHAGIC FEVER
Proshukin V.I., Bugakova G.N.
Abstract

Features of the clinic of erased forms of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) are insufficiently covered in the literature. There are indications (S. L. Glazunov, E. V. Leshchinskaya, A. M. Dubnyakova, 1957) on the absence or mild severity of hemorrhagic syndrome, moderate albuminuria while maintaining the specific features of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):15-17
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ACID-ALKALINE STATE AND ELECTROLYTIC BALANCE IN PATIENTS WITH HEMORRHAGIC FEVER WITH RENAL SYNDROME
Hunafina D.H.
Abstract

We studied the acid-base state (ACS) and the electrolyte composition of blood in patients with hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) in the dynamics of the disease. The content of sodium and potassium in plasma and erythrocytes was determined by flame photometry, the acid-base state was determined using the AZIV-1 apparatus.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):17
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SOME CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PARALLELS IN MODERN SCARLATINE
Galeeva R.K.
Abstract

The aim of the work was to study the nature of redox processes in the modern course of scarlet fever. We determined the undeoxidized metabolic products by the amount of oxygen vacate. At the same time, the oxygen vacate (ѵO2) of blood (according to the method of V. Roman), urine (according to the micromethod of B.M.Brin) was investigated, and the clearance of under-oxidized products (according to O2) was calculated. Glomerular filtration and tubular reabsorption by endogenous creatinine were studied in all patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):18-19
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PREDICTIVE VALUE OF RHYTHM DISORDERS IN THE ACUTE PERIOD OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Brodskaya A.M.
Abstract

After the introduction into practice of continuous recording of the electrocardiogram and monitoring of the heart in the acute period of myocardial infarction, it was found that rhythm disturbances occur in most patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):19-20
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STATE OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM IN PATIENTS WITH THYROTOXICOSIS BEFORE AND AFTER TREATMENT
Fatenkov V.N.
Abstract

Using a number of instrumental research methods: electro-, vector-, phono-, polycardiography, as well as measuring the blood flow velocity by the magnesia method, venous pressure according to V.A.Valdman (1967), capillaroscopy of the nail transitional folds of the fingers was studied in dynamics for up to 2 , 5 years the state of the cardiovascular system in 125 patients with thyrotoxicosis (113 women and 12 men aged 16 to 66 years). 37 of them had I degree of the disease, 61 - II degree. and in the 27th-III century. 95 patients were treated by surgery, 30 - conservatively. The control group consisted of 33 healthy people.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):20-22
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DYNAMICS OF THE CONTENT OF AMINO ACIDS IN THE URINE IN PATIENTS WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASES FOR SURGICAL TREATMENT
Yakupov R.F.
Abstract

We studied the amino acid composition of urine in children with various heart defects during surgical treatment. The amino acids were studied by the chromatographic method modified by TS Paskhina; the results were processed statistically by "moments" [1].

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):22-24
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DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF FINGER DENSOGRAPHY
Gnedina E.M.
Abstract

There are several methods for recording peripheral arterial volumetric pulse curves. We chose the contactless one as the most artifact-free. A volumetric pulse curve, hereinafter referred to as a finger densogram, was obtained using a photosensor.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):24-25
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CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF IMMEDIATE AUTOIMMUNE REACTIONS
Бененсон Е.В.
Abstract

The objectives of this work were to identify in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and rheumatism (R) metabolic and functional characteristics of cells producing autoantibodies (APC) and rheumatoid factor (RF cells), and the possibility of using the obtained patterns for the recognition and differential diagnosis of the diseases under study, as well as in a comprehensive study of humoral and cellular factors of autoimmune reactions of an immediate type in RA and R.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):25-26
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STRETOCOCCAL ANTIGEN IN CLINICAL VARIANTS OF RHEUMATISM
Okulova E.M., Ramazanova A.-., Rodova -.V.
Abstract

The clinical diversity of rheumatism in children is explained by the duration of exposure of streptococcus in the body and the degree of its virulence, as well as the variability of the immune response of the patient's body.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):27-28
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BAROTHERAPY OF OCCLUSIVE LESIONS OF THE ARTERIES OF THE LIMBS
Shagarov I.R., karazbaev F.A.
Abstract

Many authors with experience in the treatment of patients with barotherapy indicate an improvement in collateral circulation in the extremities in thrombopliterating diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):28-29
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SOME ENZYMIC SYSTEMS OF LIVER TISSUE AND BLOOD SERUM IN ITSENKO-CUSHING'S DISEASE
Fekson E.G., Kalinin A.P.
Abstract

We studied the activity of some enzymes in the liver tissue and in the blood serum in Itsenko-Cushing's disease. The study involved 11 women aged 22–49 years with a pronounced picture of the disease: obesity with a characteristic redistribution under the skin and fatty tissue, hypertension, impaired carbohydrate metabolism. In 4 patients, the lower edge of the liver was located 1.5-4 cm below the edge of the costal arch, 2 of them complained of discomfort after eating.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):29-30
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STEROID HORMONE TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC LYMPHOLEUKOSIS
Leonova V.N.
Abstract

Despite a significant number of works devoted to the study of the functional state of the adrenal cortex in leukemia and, in particular, in chronic lymphocytic leukemia, this issue is still controversial.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):30-32
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MINERAL-CORTICOID FUNCTION OF THE ADRENAL IN DIABETES MELLITUS
Hasanov E.N.
Abstract

Recently, publications have appeared on the study of the mineralocorticoid function of the adrenal glands in patients with diabetes mellitus [1, 2].

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):32-34
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FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE THYROID IN PATIENTS WITH CHLASMA
Somov B.A., Lonshakov U.I., Kesler G.A.
Abstract

Facial chloasma is a common and cosmetically painful pigmentation disorder. We are not aware of publications on the role of the thyroid gland in the pathogenesis of this dermatosis; meanwhile, individual clinical observations suggest the participation of thyroid hormones in the mechanism of the onset of chloasmal skin pathology.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):34-35
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TO PATHOGENESIS OF POST-INJECTION SUBCUTANEOUS CELLULAR Edema
Talantov V.V., Slavko -.A.
Abstract

Studying postinjection lipodystrophy as a complication of insulin treatment of diabetes mellitus (V.V. Talantov, 1973, 1974), we drew attention to the appearance in some patients of postinjection compaction of subcutaneous adipose tissue up to 10-20 mm in diameter, rarely larger. Usually it is painless, occurs immediately or after minutes and hours after injection and lasts from several hours to a day, and sometimes more than a day. The skin over this seal, as a rule, is not changed.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):35-37
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CIDIFOS IN THE COMPLEX TREATMENT OF BLADDER CANCER
Sirdukov E.N., Sabirzanov G.A., Studencova I.A., Ahmetova S.M.
Abstract

As our observations show, after resection of the bladder, relapses occur in 62.5% of patients in the first 1-2 years (E. N. Sitdykov, 1969). Cystectomy gives more encouraging results. In recent years, the combination of an operative method of treatment with chemotherapy has gained increasing recognition.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):37-38
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OTOGENIC PARESIS OF THE FACIAL NERVE
Guseva L.N.
Abstract

From 1951 to 1970, 75 patients (37 men and 38 women) with otogenic paresis of the facial nerve were treated in our clinic. 22 of them had acute purulent otitis media (including 3 - of traumatic etiology) and 53 - chronic. The age composition of patients: up to one year - 1, from one to 10 years - 10, from 10 to 20 years - 10, from 20 to 30 years - 27, from 30 to 40 years - 15, over 40 years - 13. In all patients paresis was unilateral (on the right - in 40, on the left - in 35).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):38-39
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REASONS FOR A UNFERANT MARRIAGE
Pavlova A.Z., Karimova T.A.
Abstract

Infertility in the family is caused by a number of pathological changes in either one or both spouses. However, in the past, women were considered the main culprit in such marriages. In recent years, many works have appeared in which the authors indicate that a sterile marriage can be equally dependent on the man. In 50% of men in such marriages, morphological inferiority of sperm is observed (K.B. Akunts, 1970).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):39-40
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TREATMENT OF UNDERWEARING OF PREGNANCY
Dobroneckiy V.S.
Abstract

We observed 33 pregnant women (12 - at the age of 25 to 30 years, 18 - from 31 to 35 years old and 3 - over 35 years old), who in the past had habitual miscarriages due to isthmicocervical insufficiency.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):40-41
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DEVICE FOR PREVENTION AGAINST UNTIMEAL SPILLAGE OF AMBIENT WATER
Shegoleva N.G., Sherstnev B.F.
Abstract

The lack of an effective method for preventing premature and early opening of the fetal bladder served as the basis for the development of a new instrumental method for the prevention of this pathology.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):41-42
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REGIONAL BLOOD CIRCULATION DURING OPERATIVE AND CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF EXMEDYAL SHOULDER FRACTURES IN CHILDREN
Galeev M.A., Ippolitov G.N.
Abstract

The question of the state of local regional blood circulation in fractures of the upper extremities in children has not been covered in the literature. We observed 205 children with transcondylar fractures of the shoulder. Rheovasographic study was carried out in 48 children (age - from 2.5 to 14 years). 38 of them received conservative treatment, 10 were operated on.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):42-44
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INFLUENCE OF LATE TOXICOSIS OF PREGNANCY ON MINERAL EXCHANGE OF FETAL BONE TISSUE
Ziatdinov I.G.
Abstract

According to the generally accepted opinion, rickets is found in children from 2-3 months of age. However, even at the beginning of this century, P.V. Kuskov (1912), and then A. B. Marfan (1927) indicated that it can be observed from the day of the birth of a child. SO Dulitsky (1948), 3. G. Koroleva (1958) believe that the signs of rickets are detected from the first weeks of the neonatal period. During intrauterine development through the maternal organism, the fetus experiences unfavorable influences from the external environment, which can lead to a violation of the ratio of mineral substances in its organs and systems.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):44
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ATHEROSCLEROSIS: ABOUT ARTICLE PROF. G. G. NEPRYAKHINA "ON THE THEORIES OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS"
Tyavokin V.V.
Abstract

In the article by prof. G. G. Nepryakhina does not cite new data obtained in recent years. It is not reported about our method of reproducing atherosclerosis - by limiting the mobility of experimental animals (rabbits).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):44-46
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Atherosclerosis: On the Controversial Issues of Diagnosis of Coronary Heart Disease
Miloslavskiy Y.M.
Abstract

The introduction into practice in the USSR since 1970 of a new classification of diseases, which is an abbreviated version of the 8th revision of the international classification, along with the unification of some provisions, gave rise to a number of controversial issues. Especially many questions have arisen regarding coronary heart disease (CHD).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):46-47
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CLINICAL FEATURES OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS OF THE VESSELS OF THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY
Radbil O.S.
Abstract

In the discussion published on the pages of the Kazan Medical Journal, various aspects of atherosclerosis are considered, but none of its participants considered it necessary to address the problems associated with atherosclerosis of the vessels of the abdominal cavity. Meanwhile, this is a formidable disease, often leading the patient to the brink of disaster and causing his death.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):48-50
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PERIDURAL ANALGESY IN LABOR
Lancer E.A., Banshik F.Y., Voronin K.V.
Abstract

Among the promising and progressive methods of labor pain relief, which are successfully used at present, include: electroanalgesia; anesthesia with the help of narcotic substances similar in structure to the body's natural metabolites (sodium oxybutyrate, viadril); autoanalgesia with subnarcotic concentrations of inhalation anesthetics with a wide range of analgesic effects (nitrous oxide, pentran, trilene); pain relief with drugs used for neuroleptanalgesia; epidural analgesia.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):50-53
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MODERN HEMOGRAM IN THE DIAGNOSTICS OF DISEASES
Germanov V.A., Shapovalov V.N., Bagautdinov D.K.
Abstract

Hemogram - an initial set of studies of the main quantitative and qualitative features of blood corpuscles (erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets) - has become widespread in diagnosis, prognosis of the outcome of the disease, examination, professional selection, treatment control and medical examination.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):53-58
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SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF STANDARDIZATION OF DRINKING WATER QUALITY
Novikov U.V.
Abstract

The adoption in 1974 of the new GOST 2874-73 "Drinking water" marks the further development of preventive health care in the prevention of waterborne infectious and non-infectious diseases. The standards are guided without fail in the design and implementation of sanitary and sanitary measures in the field of water supply.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):58-62
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Pathomorphological features of the influenza epidemic in January - February 1973
Zabusov U.G., Shamsutdinov N.S., Dovgaluk L.U.
Abstract

The last pandemic outbreak of influenza (the so-called "London" influenza) was characterized by mass morbidity and certain clinical and pathomorphological features. To study the latter, we used the results of postmortem autopsies performed by us (15), as well as data from the autopsy protocols (40), case histories and pathological studies.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):62-63
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Leptospirosis in people cleaning populated areas
Godlevskaya J.V., Drankin D.I., Malafeeva L.S.
Abstract

In terms of studying the epidemiology of leptospirosis in a large city, workers of a special auto service for cleaning the city (101 people) and workers of the Vodokanal trust (65) were examined. Transport work is provided by chauffeurs, loaders, sewers. In addition, the farm has repair shops, which employ locksmiths, welders, carburetors, etc. In the Vodokanal trust, plumbing and sewerage networks, as well as pumping stations, are serviced by locksmiths, mechanics and linemen.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):63
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Clinic of salmonellosis in adults
Ahmetova M.G.
Abstract

In recent years, in many countries of the world, there has been an increase in diseases of a salmonella nature (K.V.Bunin, 1973; M.S.Greshilo, 1973; V.A.Kilesso, 1973, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):63-64
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About the carrier of bacteria in dysentery
Mardeev K.S.
Abstract

Clinical observations, sigmoidoscopy and scatological examination were carried out in 93 children admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of healthy carriage, and the obtained materials were compared with the results of examining patients with typical dysentery with varying severity and duration of the course, hospitalized in the same period of time.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):64
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On the issue of epidemiology and prevention of dysentery in preschool institutions
Gabbasov F.F., Pigalova N.V., Baranova L.A.
Abstract

We studied the incidence of dysentery in children attending preschool institutions.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):65
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Neurohumoral factors and immunogenesis
Usmanova S.A.
Abstract

We have studied the dynamics of serotonin, histamine and adrenaline-like substances (APV) levels in the blood during immunization with modern preventive drugs: BCG, DPT and smallpox vaccine under the conditions of a separate and complex vaccination method (DPT + BCG and DPT + smallpox vaccine). We carried out experiments on 87 rabbits. Animals were immunized subcutaneously, subcutaneously and intradermally, depending on the antigen used. Immunization was carried out in doses and regimens prescribed for children.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):65
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On the state of carbohydrate metabolism in patients with atherosclerosis
Panfilov U.A., Alekseev V.A.
Abstract

The aim of the work was to study carbohydrate metabolism in patients with atherosclerosis. A total of 155 patients (men - 93, women - 62, age - from 42 to 75 years) with atherosclerosis of the aorta, coronary arteries and atherosclerotic myocardiosclerosis were examined. Atherosclerosis of the cerebral vessels was detected in one third of the patients. All patients were diagnosed with chronic coronary insufficiency, 32 suffered myocardial infarction (they were examined in the postinfarction period).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):65-66
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Hemodynamic parameters in bronchial and cardiac asthma
Suncov V.A.
Abstract

We determined hemodynamic parameters - stroke volume of the heart (SV), cardiac output (MV), mean pressure (MV) according to Starr's formula, left ventricular work (LVP), mean dynamic pressure (SDP), peripheral vascular resistance (PSS) in 111 patients with bronchial asthma (in 45 of them it was uncomplicated and in 66 it was combined with pulmonary heart failure) and in 100 patients with cardiac asthma (developed on the basis of rheumatic heart diseases - in 40, hypertension - in 32, atherosclerotic cardiosclerosis - in 28).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):66
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Blood supply to the liver in rheumatic heart disease with circulatory failure
Fomichev V.I.
Abstract

When studying the liver blood flow using vofaverdine in patients with circulatory failure that developed against the background of rheumatic heart defects, we calculated the blood flow using the formula:

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):66-67
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Some indicators of the third phase of blood coagulation in patients with rheumatism
Zaicev V.M., Savinkova L.F.
Abstract

Taking into account the difference in literature data on the nature of blood coagulation in patients with rheumatism, we studied the indicators of the third phase of blood coagulation (fibrinase, fibrinogen, cryofibrinogen - fibrinogen B and the degree of thrombotest) in 110 donors (men - 62, women - 48, age - from 19 to 48 years) and in 103 patients with rheumatism with I and II degree of activity of the process (men - 38, women - 65, age: up to 20 years - 18 people, from 21 to 30 years - 22, from 31 to 40 years - 42, from 41 to 50 years old — 14, from 51 to 60 years old — 6 and older — 1). I degree circulatory disorders were found in 10 patients, grade II — in 47, grade III — in 10.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):67-68
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Electrical defibrillation in a patient with a ball mitral valve prosthesis
Arleevskiy I.P.
Abstract

Reports of electrical impulse elimination of atrial fibrillation in individuals with prosthetic heart valves are rare. Here is our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):68
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On the issue of organizing an intensive care service
Zakirov E.H., Shafigullin I.M.
Abstract

In November 1972, the medical unit of Almetyevneft organized a general resuscitation and anesthesiology department for 6 beds (the total number of somatic beds is 380), which was intended to treat patients with terminal conditions caused by a variety of reasons: severe shock, blood loss, injury brain, chest trauma, poisoning, acute respiratory and heart failure of various etiologies. In addition, patients were admitted to the department after severe and traumatic operations on the organs of the thoracic and abdominal cavity, performed under general anesthesia.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):68-69
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Steven-Johnson syndrome caused by taking rauvazan
Chugunov V.K., Raskin M.S.
Abstract

The syndrome described by Stevens and Johnson in 1922 is a rare disease. For its clinical picture, a feverish state, lesions of the skin and mucous membranes are most characteristic. Abundant bullous eruptions appear on the skin of the face, trunk, upper and lower extremities.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):69-70
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COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF INCIDENCE IN WOMEN
Zotina R.K.
Abstract

The information obtained on the basis of data on the number of people applying to medical institutions for 1 year is completely insufficient for judging about chronic morbidity. In this regard, domestic researchers of the incidence of morbidity use the data of a longer period - long-term observation of the appealability - when studying it. It is believed that the three-year appealability fully satisfies the requirements for the completeness of accounting for morbidity.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):71-72
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ВЛИЯНИЕ ФЛОТАЦИОННОГО РЕАГЕНТА ВВ-2 НА ПРОЦЕССЫ САМООЧИЩЕНИЯ ВОДОЕМОВ
Ivanov A.V., Amirhanova G.F., Tazetdinova S.G.
Abstract

Известно, что флотация руд связана с большим расходом воды. Стоки подобных предприятий содержат значительное количество взвешенных веществ, флотореагентов.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):72-73
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ON THE INFLUENCE OF OIL PRODUCING WELLS ON THE SANITARY CONDITION OF THE LOWER KAMA
Pochkin U.N.
Abstract

Taking into account the great national economic importance of the Lower Kama, since 1956 we have been systematically monitoring the sanitary state of this large reservoir. Analysis of long-term data makes it possible to characterize the reservoir as practically clean, but with reduced organoleptic characteristics in the winter season.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):73
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Letter to the Editor: Regarding the article by Dr. med. Sciences L. A. Lushnikova, Assoc. V. M. Andreeva, I. P. Arleevsky "Towards the clinic and recognition of Sheehan's syndrome"
Melnikova M.M.
Abstract

The publication of the article gives rise to a feeling of satisfaction, since practitioners are not sufficiently familiar with the clinic and diagnosis of Sheehan's syndrome. Such patients often unsuccessfully turn to various specialists, without receiving the necessary treatment for a long time.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):74
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ABOUT INACCURACIES IN MEDICAL LANGUAGE
Puskarev N.I.
Abstract

Although medical journals publish articles on the culture of the language of health workers, there are still many errors in it.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):75
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Pathological Physiology
Tolpegina T.B.
Abstract

The book under review is an educational guide to pathological physiology.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):75-77
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About clinical thinking
Stepanov A.D.
Abstract

The book under review contains 15 chapters. In the introduction, the authors emphasize that each doctor should have a certain set of the most important methodological and socio-psychological principles governing his activities, attitude towards his work, towards a sick and healthy person, towards science, culture, towards nature and society, his understanding of his duty , responsibility for the future, his thoughts about life and death. According to the authors, “some doctors sometimes forget that each patient is a person, not a faceless creature” (p. 8). For the clinician, such forgetfulness is far from harmless, for “to cure is to control, to a certain extent, the patient’s personality” (p. 9).

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):77
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CHRONICLE
- -.-.
Abstract

By the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Tatar ASSR, Professor Khamitov Hanif Sabirovich, rector of the Kazan Order of the Red Banner of Labor of the State Medical Institute named after S.V. Kurashov, was awarded the honorary title of Honored Scientist of the Tatar ASSR for services in scientific and pedagogical activities.

Kazan medical journal. 1974;55(6):78
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