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Achievements and development prospects occupational pathology in the USSR

Tareev E.M., Bezrodnykh A.A.


Domestic occupational pathology as a branch of medical science is one of the youngest disciplines. The first work on occupational pathology with an analysis of the causes of morbidity among workers at industrial enterprises date back to the second half of the 19th century. and are associated with the names of A.N. Nikitin, F.F.Erisman, V.V. Svetlovsky, D.P. Nikolsky and other figures of domestic medicine. As the first works on occupational pathology, it should be noted the monograph by A.N. Nikitin "Diseases of workers with an indication of protective measures" (1847), individual observations of factory and zemstvo doctors on cases of industrial poisoning with a description of the clinical features of occupational intoxication and published in 1877 under edited by FF Erisman 19-volume "Guide to the sanitary examination of factories and plants in the Moscow province."

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The relationship of chronic rhinitis and sinuitis with pathology of the bronchi and lungs

Zeveleva Z.A.


As you know, only nasal respiration is considered physiological [10, 11]. For the normal functioning of the lungs, for the implementation of sufficient gas exchange, it is necessary that the inhaled air, upon entering the upper respiratory tract, meets a certain resistance, which entails the tension of the respiratory muscles necessary for breathing [10]. As you know, the area of ​​the nasal cavity accounts for 47% of the resistance of the entire respiratory tract. In addition, the nasal cavity is one of the most important regulators of the excitability of the respiratory center. Hence it is clear that any change in the patency of the nose leads to a breakdown of a number of functions. Switching off nasal breathing leads to a decrease in intrapleural pressure by 25-30%, and this, in turn, causes an insufficient excursion of the lungs. When nasal breathing is turned off, the normal nasopulmonary reflex disappears (K. A. Shukarev), the protective function of the nose drops out. DI Zimont believes that the fact that insufficiency of nasal breathing plays a significant role in the pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory diseases of the lungs is undoubted, since breathing through the mouth causes constant irritation of the respiratory tract, leading to the development of catarrhal phenomena.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):6-8
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Central hemodynamics in patients with bronchial asthma

Arsentiev F.V.


Assessment of central hemodynamics in bronchial asthma is of certain interest, due to the desire to better understand the basic laws of the pathogenesis of the disease, to clarify the degree of involvement in the process of the cardiovascular system and, ultimately, to outline rational ways of complex therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):8-10
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The functional state of the myocardium in chronic lung diseases

Brodskaya A.M.


We studied changes in the phase structure of left ventricular systole in chronic nonspecific lung diseases in 42 women and 64 men. At the age of up to 40 years, there were 57 patients, from 40 to 50 years - 45 and older - 4. The patients did not have clinical signs of cardiosclerosis, which made it possible with a greater degree of certainty to associate disturbances in the functional state of the myocardium with pulmonary pathology.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):10-11
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Indicators of nonspecific resistance in acute pneumonia in children

Klueva G.I., Dorofeychuk V.G.


Under our supervision there were 50 children aged from 3 months to 3 years, patients with acute pneumonia. In addition to clinical observation and conventional laboratory examination, we determined the complementary (calorimetric method) and lysozyme (nephelometric method) activity of blood serum in all children in the acute period, during the process subsided and during recovery. For the norm, we took 80% for complementary activity, and 40% for lysozyme (the norms were obtained at the Gorky Research Pediatric Institute by V.G. Dorofeychuk, N.P. Zhukova, A.A. Surkova, Zh. I. Klyueva).

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):11-12
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X-ray examination of the pulmonary circulation in mitral heart disease

Goldstein M.I., Melnichnov V.N.


The state of the vessels of the pulmonary circulation is an important factor in deciding the expediency of surgical intervention in patients with mitral heart disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):12-14
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Changes in the phase structure of the cardiac cycle in patients with myocardial infarction

Gurevich M.A., Povalyaeva M.S.


In 106 patients with myocardial infarction and in 25 healthy individuals (control group), we investigated the phase structure of left ventricular systole. Polycardiogram recording included synchronous recording of ECG, PCG and carotid artery sphygmogram according to the generally accepted method.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):14-15
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About morphological features in those who died suddenly from atherosclerosis and hypertension in a thymus endemic focus

Razumovsky Y.K., Shafeev A.U.


We used 244 acts of forensic medical research of those who suddenly died from hypertension and atherosclerosis in 1960-1965, which amounted to 11.8% of the total number of autopsies and 71.1% of all suddenly died adults.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):16-17
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Influence of the nervous system on the Thorn reaction

Makarov I.A.


Stimulation of the central nervous system (CNS) increases the activity of the adrenal glands, and inhibition weakens the response of the glands to stress. These data were found in an experiment on healthy animals; we did not come across materials on the function of the adrenal glands in patients with impaired activity of the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal cortex system.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):17-19
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Experience with the use of corticosteroids in the treatment of rheumatism

Levin A.I., Smolenskiy G.A., Konovalov Y.N.


Corticosteroids have taken a strong place in the treatment of rheumatism, and their positive effect on the clinical manifestations of the disease is generally recognized. However, to date, there is no consensus regarding their dosage and the necessary timing of use in the treatment of rheumatic attack.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):19-21
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Complicated traumatic dislocation of the lower leg

Vostroknutov V.V., Bornyakov N.I., Polovnikov G.S., Lyalin M.D.


In this report, we present brief extracts from the case histories of 3 patients with complicated traumatic dislocations of the lower leg. All the victims had a damaged popliteal artery, one of them also had the posterior tibial artery and one also had a peroneal nerve.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):21-23
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Long-term effectiveness of treatment of invalids of the Patriotic war

Highkinson N.M.


In 1946-1948 we studied the effectiveness of rehabilitation treatment for disabled veterans of the Patriotic War based on the materials of the Kazan Institute of Orthopedics and Reconstructive Surgery (director - prof. L. I. Shulutko) and analyzed 1433 case histories.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):23-26
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Evaluation of mechanical suture in gastric surgery

Hai G.A.


In the USSR, mechanical staplers developed at VNIIKHAI are becoming more and more widespread in recent years. These devices make it possible to impose a thin, durable and low-traumatic suture, in some cases without opening the lumen of the stomach, to shorten the operation time and to achieve healing of the wound of a hollow organ by primary intention [4]. The reactivity of tissues to tantalum is less pronounced, and the terms of formation and epithelialization of scars are shorter than when using soft suture material [2]. Blood loss with mechanical suture during gastric resection is halved compared to manual suture [1].

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):26-28
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Prevention and treatment of peritoneal adhesions

Vyaselev R.A., Popov A.F., Gataullin G.B., Kunitsina L.G.


The number of patients with adhesions in the abdominal cavity has not decreased until recently. Two thirds of all patients with acute intestinal obstruction suffer from adhesive disease [5]. According to RA Zhenchevsky (1965), adhesions and adhesions in 76% are the cause of acute and chronic intestinal obstruction. The frequency of postoperative adhesions in the abdominal cavity reaches 60-92%. Mortality in acute intestinal obstruction in the last 15 years ranges from 18 to 20% [4, 6, 7], and after operations for adhesive intestinal obstruction is 22.2% [8].

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):28-31
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Activity of blood cholinesterases upon administration of muscle relaxants

Nurgaleeva R.N.


With repeated injections of depolarizing muscle relaxants, a “double” block of the type of competitive can occur due to the accumulation of succinyl monocholine in the blood [11, 12, 13, 14]. Payne (1959) considers the division of muscle relaxants into depolarizing and non-depolarizing as relative. All of them act in two phases: if succinylcholine acts for a sufficiently long time, then the depolarizing block is replaced by a competitive one. The depolarization phase is extremely short in D-tubocurarine and its synthetic analogs. In succinylcholine, the first phase is longer and the second does not always occur.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):31-33
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Features of the clinic and course of tuberculous mesoadenitis

Kachaeva A.P., Khasanova Z.S.


We observed 8 men and 49 women with specific mesoadenitis. At the age of up to 20 years, there were 4 patients, from 21 to 30 years old - 14, from 31 to 40 years old - 22 and older - 17. With a prescription of the disease from 1 year to 5 years there were 18 patients, from 5 to 10 years old - 17, from 10 to 15 years - 12, from 15 to 20 years - 2 and more - 2.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):33-34
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Studies of cerebrospinal fluid in the diagnosis of complicated osteochondrosis of the lumbar spine

Schulman H.M.


During the last thirty years, osteochondrosis of the spine has attracted more and more attention of specialists of various medical profiles due to its very diverse clinical manifestations. It has now been proven that osteochondrosis of the spine is the leading etiological factor of radicular, spinal and vascular syndromes.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):34-36
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Immediate and long-term results of ovarian surgery

Dunaeva V.G.


This report is based on the analysis of the immediate and long-term results in 169 women operated on in 1964-1966. in the gynecological department of the 2nd city hospital of Kazan for cystic benign tumors of the ovary and vapor, as well as for ectopic pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):36-37
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Colpocytological indicators for dysfunctional uterine bleeding

Dobrotina A.F.


Currently, no one doubts that hormonal changes during the normal menstrual cycle and with its violations are clearly reflected in the picture of the vaginal smear, depending on progressive and regressive changes in the vaginal mucosa. According to some authors, regressive changes in the vagina occur under the influence of progesterone, while others observed similar changes when the production of estrogen stopped without the influence of progesterone. G.F. Khrustaleva (1963) met in patients with dysfunctional uterine bleeding regressive changes in the vagina, characteristic of the luteal phase of the ovulatory cycle, due to a decrease in the amount of estrogen in the body. Despite the difference of opinion on the causes of the onset of regressive changes in the vaginal mucosa, the cytological method of research is of great value for studying the functional state of the ovaries in menstrual irregularities, in particular in dysfunctional uterine bleeding.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):37-39
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Pain thresholds in a woman in childbirth

Kulavsky V.A.


We studied the dynamics of cutaneous pain sensitivity thresholds in different periods of labor, their relationship with the intensity of pain. The technique for assessing the intensity of pain was described in detail in the previous message [5].

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):39-40
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To conservative treatment of tubal obstruction

Osipov R.A.


Hydrotubation is used not only as a method for diagnosing obstruction of the oviducts, but also as an effective treatment for tubal obliteration. To enhance its therapeutic effect, various chemotherapeutic agents with anti-inflammatory, proteolytic and resorbing effects began to be used.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):40-41
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Study of the patency of the fallopian tubes during chromopelvioscopy

Matsuev A.I., Gorovenko N.L., Sulitskaya T.D.


The idea of a visual study of the state of the pelvic organs in a woman belongs to D.O. Ott, who in 1901, with the help of special mirrors, carried out such a study for the first time during vaginal abdominal surgery. The author highly appreciated the visual method for examining the pelvic organs in gynecology. In 1903 he wrote: "What was done by touch and blindly before the introduction of this method of illumination is now done under the control of the eye."

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):41-43
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Surgical treatment for cervical cancer after a course of radiation therapy

Rosentul E.B.


Modern methods of combined radiation therapy for cervical cancer, stage II. give no more than 50% cure. The unsatisfactory long-term results prompts to resort to the combined treatment of patients in this group [1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7]. The goal of this method is to improve the effectiveness of two types of treatment: radiation and surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):43-44
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The value of morphological features of urine leukocytes in the diagnosis of pyelonephritis

Ryabinsky V.S., Rodoman V.E.


Difficulties in diagnosing acute and especially chronic pyelonephritis require improving the methods of detecting this disease. In the daily practice of medical institutions, quantitative methods of studying urine sediment are increasingly being introduced, as well as supravital staining of urine sediment in order to identify active leukocytes and Sterngheimer-Malbin cells.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):44-46
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Outcomes of gastric resection according to Billroth-I and antiperistaltic gastrojejunoplasty

Gorshkov Y.I.


We performed Billroth-I gastric resection in 96 patients, gastrojejunoplasty using a short antiperistaltic graft - in 69 patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):46-47
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Differential diagnosis of appendicular infiltrate and cecum tumors

Tikhonova T.P., Medvedovskaya G.D.


Appendicular infiltration as a complication of acute appendicitis is common. The diagnosis of infiltration is usually made on the basis of history, timing and clinical presentation. Particular attention should be paid to the diagnosis of infiltration in the elderly, while oncological alertness is necessary.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):47-48
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Progressive epifascial gangrene

Rosengarten M.Y., Naumov V.F.


Progressive epifascial gangrene is a rare, difficult to diagnose, and extremely serious disease. Therefore, we considered it appropriate to publish our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):49-49
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Autotransfusion of blood in surgery of thyrotoxic goiter

Piksin I.N., Kluev I.I.


The transfusion of blood taken from a patient a few days before the operation was used by Zilberberg in severe operations. In the Soviet Union, this method was applied in 1934 by S. L. Doshoyants. 3-4 days before the operation, 150-200 ml of blood was taken from the patient from a vein, mixed with a solution of sodium citrate and stored in a refrigerator. During the operation or immediately after it, with appropriate indications, this blood was infused into the patient intravenously.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):50-50
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The functional state of the cardiovascular system in severe typhoid fever

Karetkina G.N.


The degree of damage to the cardiovascular system in typhoid fever to a certain extent depends on the severity of its clinical course. As a rule, the more severe the disease progresses, the more often and sharply the activity of the cardiovascular system is disrupted.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):50-51
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Combination of uterine pregnancy and large cervical uterine fibroids

Balash A., Marchinski K.


The issue of the development of pregnancy in the myomatous uterus occupies a prominent place in the world literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):51-52
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Complication of corticosteroid treatment

Aleshugina M.M.


Along with data on the excellent and fast action of hormones in various diseases, articles began to appear on the serious side effects of steroids. Here is our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):52-52
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The effectiveness of combined treatment of hypertension with reserpine and hypothiazide

Gnedkova G.L.


Under our supervision there were 48 men and 117 women aged 37 to 65 years old, patients with hypertension. 113 patients had II A stage. diseases and in 52 - II B Art. Blood pressure ranged from 140/90 to 240/140.
On admission to the hospital in the first 2-3 days, the patients were given the usual sedatives. They were then given treatment with reserpine, hypothiazide, or a combination of these drugs.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):52-53
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Evaluation of the durant properties of bicillins

Bolotina A.Y.


For the prevention of recurrence of rheumatism, various prolonged-acting penicillin preparations are used - bicillins.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):53-53
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The use of bacteriophage in the treatment of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis

Rodionova E.I.


We used a tuberculous bacteriophage obtained in 1964 by prof. B.L. Mazur, in the hospital of the Republican TB Dispensary in 34 patients with fibrous-cavernous pulmonary tuberculosis, in 5 with cavernous tuberculosis, in 8 with hematogenous disseminated, in 10 with infiltrative pneumonic and in 1 with focal.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):53-54
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Volvulus of the stomach

Ageev A.F., Maximov A.P.


Volvulus is one of the rare diseases. We observed a patient with gastric volvulus recognized during X-ray examination.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):54-54
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Rare ureteral anomaly

Zak B.I., Baskakov V.A.


B., 38 years old, was admitted to the emergency department on 12 / XI 1967 with complaints of severe paroxysmal pain in the right lumbar region with irradiation to. perineum and groin, dysuric phenomena. Similar attacks occurred earlier on the right, then on the left side. Not previously examined.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):54-55
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Abdominal-tubal fistula

Musin M.F.


According to the literature, abdominal-tubal fistula is a very rare type of genital fistula. We were able to find only one observation by I.A.Kaplansky (1955) about the postoperative abdominal fistula of the tube with the discharge of menstrual blood from the fistulous opening. In large studies devoted to the study of genital fistulas (A.K. Liderwald, 1894; Ya. V. Kukolev, 1961), there are absolutely no indications of the possibility of such variants of genital fistulas.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):55-56
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Cholesterol biosynthesis in experimental hypercholesterolemia

Novitskiy A.A.


The study was carried out on 28 male rabbits, of which 18 received cholesterol of 0.2 g per 1 kg of body weight for 135 days.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):56-56
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Changes in pancreatic enzymes in patients with chronic cholecystitis treated at the resort of Truskavets

Biletsky V.I.


We observed 25 men and 52 women with various diseases of the liver and biliary tract. Have 11 people. the duration of the disease was up to a year, in 36 - from 1 to 5 years, in 37 - from 6 to 10 years, and in 3 more than 10 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):56-56
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The role of the nervous system in acute pancreatitis

Volkova I.N., Kochnev O.S., Volkov V.E.


Little is currently known about the etiology of acute pancreatitis. In most cases, it is not possible to establish the cause of acute inflammation of the pancreas. The absence of obstruction in the excretory bile ducts, the main condition of ductal hypertension, makes one think about the relative importance of this factor in the etiology of acute pancreatitis [35, 44]. Obviously, this circumstance was the reason for the search for new prerequisites for the onset of this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):56-59
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Modern methods of diagnosing ovarian cancer

Voronin K.V.


The unsatisfactory results of treatment of malignant ovarian tumors are explained by the late treatment of patients and rather frequent errors in diagnosis. The percentage of advanced forms of ovarian cancer remains high — 80 or more [4, 13, etc.].

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):59-63
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To help the teacher and student, programmed training in medical universities

Mikhailov S.S.


At present, new forms and methods of teaching are being sought in the higher medical school. Published works of domestic and foreign authors concerning the organization of medical education (B.V. Petrovsky, 1966; S. Ya.Chikin and S.S. Mikhailov, 1966; I.P. Lidov, 1967; D. Sinclair, 1955; P. Ryob, 1958; P. Lee, 1962; D. Anderson and F. Roberts, 1965, and others), reports at the III World Conference on Medical Education (1966) contain the idea that modern systems of medical education in all countries do not correspond the requirements of health care and the state of medical science and practice. Some researchers come to the conclusion that despite significant progress in medical science, medical education systems, curricula of higher medical schools and teaching methods have essentially remained unchanged for a long time. In recent years, in connection with the rapid increase in the volume of information and the invariability of curricula, forms and methods of teaching, there is a serious concern about the quality of training of specialists. Therefore, the Central Committee of the CPSU and the Council of Ministers of the USSR, by a decree of 3/9/1966 "On measures to improve the training of specialists and improve the management of higher and secondary specialized education in the country" set the governing bodies of universities and teaching staffs of educational institutions the task of further dramatically improving the quality of training. taking into account modern production, science, technology and the prospects for their development. Despite the great successes of the domestic higher medical school during the 50 years of Soviet power, the quality of the training of doctors at the present time does not correspond to the increased requirements of healthcare practice and the achievements of medical science. There is a lot of formalism in the forms of education, the so-called "examiner's direction" of teaching often flourishes, in which the student is required not to master knowledge, not to be able to apply it in practice, not to develop practical skills, but only to memorize the textbook material for a test or exam. In the clinics of many institutes, there are no student educational laboratories in which a student could do all modern diagnostic and therapeutic manipulations, research and tests. Therefore, he does not have a need, a need to independently study a number of applied issues of the discipline, to think and practically try to apply the theoretical information received to the patient he supervises. In many departments, the Q&A method thrives in the classroom. In institutes, the ability for systematic independent work is poorly developed, a sense of dignity and self-esteem is poorly implanted in students, which require high special knowledge and moral qualities from a person.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):63-67
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Programmed education in a medical school

Ovrutsky G.D.


Programmed teaching, which provides a sharp increase in the effectiveness of the teaching process, in essence, is the main link in the scientific organization of pedagogical work.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):68-72
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To the assessment of the diagnostic value of information about the patient and his illness

Shamarin P.I.


Thanks to advances in science and technology, especially in chemistry and physics, medical institutions are being enriched with new laboratory techniques and the latest diagnostic equipment. The doctor has the opportunity to receive such information about the patient and his illness, which he did not dare to dream about 40-50 years ago.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):72-73
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Occupational Hygiene and Occupational Diseases on the Experience of Occupational Hygiene Teaching

Kamchatkov V.P., Gorkhov N.I.


Occupational hygiene is one of the important disciplines studied at the Faculty of Sanitation and Hygiene. A young doctor who graduated from the Faculty of Sanitary and Hygiene, starting to work on industrial and sanitary supervision, at the beginning of his career faces many difficulties. To make them fewer, he needs to get more solid knowledge at the department, sanitary and epidemiological station and the enterprise.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):73-74
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To the question of the prevalence of arterial hypertension

Kilmatova F.F., Klyuchareva S.G.


As a mass survey, the state of blood pressure was studied in workers at the Spartak leather and shoe factory and the Teplocontrol precision mechanics plant. The survey technique was consistent with the one proposed by the Institute of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences and the WHO.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):75-76
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Experience in improving working conditions in the production of organophosphate pesticides

Trefilov V.N., Faerman I.S.


Since 1961, we have carried out an in-depth study of the sanitary and hygienic working conditions and the state of health of workers engaged in the production of chlorophos, metaphos, methylethylthiophos, metaphos dust. Previously, MD Skanavi, an employee of our institute, developed new chemical methods for the separate determination of organophosphorus substances in the air of industrial premises.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):76-78
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Some data on morbidity and injuries in state farms

Bogdanovich U.Y., Gordeeva A.I., Gorkhov N.N., Popov V.P.


On state farms, the number of industrial injuries per 100 workers decreased in 1966 in comparison with 1963 by 4%.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):79-79
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Iodine content in soils and the prevalence of endemic goiter

Yunusova A.N., Sitdikov I.B.


We compared the iodine content in soils and the incidence of endemic goiter in the population of the northwestern regions of the Tatar ASSR based on the materials of expeditionary surveys in 1963-1965, in which the authors took part. Some settlements (Zelenodolsk, Novaya Tura, Osinovo) were known as centers of severe goiter endemic as early as the 19th century. [4, 9, 11]. A serious examination of the state of the thyroid gland in children in the workers' settlements of Vasilyevo and Yudino was carried out by A.G. Suvorov (1936), and in the city of Zelenodolsk — by F. G. Tazetdinova (1964). We did not find data on the incidence of goiter in the northwestern regions of the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, depending on the iodine content in the soil, in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):79-82
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Work experience of a dispensary office in production for patients with essential hypertension

Germanov A.I., Guseva I.I., Preuss E.M.


In May 1948, at the polyclinic No. 5 in Kuibyshev, we opened the first in the Union office-dispensary for hypertensive patients. Subsequently, we opened 9 more such offices in the city of Kuibyshev and some cities of the Kuibyshev region. In 1962 they were reorganized into cardio-rheumatological ones. Two dispensary offices (at the polyclinic No. 5 and the medical unit of the plant) were not reorganized, but provided to us as experimental bases for the study of medical examination mainly of patients with essential hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):82-83
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Aviation in the service of medicine

Sidorov M.E.


In the first period of the Great Patriotic War, a new type of aviation was created - night short-range bomber on Po-2 and R-5 aircraft. Night light crews performed numerous combat missions during the war, from bombing enemy troops and equipment, conducting reconnaissance, numerous communications flights and ending with the urgent delivery of medicines, blood, serum, evacuating the wounded from the military area and from partisan detachments operating behind enemy lines. 

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):83-84
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The first Kazan dentist professor Petr Arkadievich Glushkov

Blinova N.S.


Pyotr Arkadievich Glushkov, the son of a zemstvo doctor, was born in 1880 in the village of Melekess, Samara province.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):84-85
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M. A. Yasinovsky, T. M. Terletskaya, N. B. Rudenko. Clinical use of sulfa diuretics. Kiev, 1968

Rakhlin L.M.


A small book (about 70 pages of text) is devoted to diuretics widely used in everyday practice. The authors familiarize the doctor with the action of sulfa diuretics, especially hypothiazide. In addition to direct practical information and instructions based on extensive literature (a good literary index is attached) and a lot of their own experience, the authors also highlight the pharmacodynamics of the drugs under discussion.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):86-86
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Ts.G. Masevich. Aspiration biopsy of the mucous membranes of the stomach, duodenum and small intestine. Medicine, L., 1967, 160 pages.

Levin A.I., Zimmermann Y.S.


A simple and safe method of aspiration biopsy of the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract gives the doctor the opportunity to perform an intravital morphological examination. The work under review is the first Russian monograph on this topic. It was written by one of the pioneers and ardent promoters of this method.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):87-88
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I. Yu. Yudin. Nonspecific ulcerative colitis. Medicine, 1968, 185 pp.

Makarevich Y.A.


The monograph by I. Yu. Yudin, which is preceded by a foreword by Academician BV Petrovsky, is devoted to one of the most difficult and complex sections of gastroenterology.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):88-89
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III All-Russian Congress of Phthisiologists (16-20 / IX 1968, Ryazan)

Akhmetzyanov A.A.


Currently, with tuberculosis, there is a paucity of clinical symptoms, physical data, hematological changes, oligobacillary. Often, even with the disintegration of the lungs, CD is detected only after repeated multiple examinations of sputum; at the same time, in persons suffering from non-tuberculosis diseases, mycobacteria are found that are morphologically similar to tuberculosis, but do not grow on nutrient media and do not cause diseases in animals. The widespread use of antibiotic therapy has led to the emergence of erased and atypical forms of the disease. The microbial landscape has also changed with nonspecific inflammatory lesions of the lungs.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):89-91
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IV All-Union Scientific Conference on Hygiene and Toxicology of Pesticides (11-14 / VI 1968, Kiev)

Gokhov N.N.


The conference was attended by 700 delegates. The conference was opened by the head of the USSR M3 State Economic University AV Pavlov. More than 120 reports were presented at 5 plenary and 4 sectional sessions.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):91-92
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Professor Moisey Isaakovich Goldstein


January 4, 1969 marked the 75th anniversary of the birth and 50 years of the medical and scientific-pedagogical activity of the head of the Department of Radiology and Radiology of the Kazan Medical Institute named after V.I. S. V. Kurashova doctor of honey. sciences prof. Moisei Isaakovich Goldstein.

Kazan medical journal. 1969;50(1):93-93
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