Vol 32, No 1 (1932)

Actual tasks of the anti-tuberculosis organization

Aksyantsev M.

Abstract

The fight against tuberculosis, with this legacy of the capitalist system, already tomorrow after the October Revolution was put forward as the task of the state and the entire workers 'and peasants' community.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):5-7
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About circular chemical processes in the cell

Engelhardt V.A.

Abstract

In No. 11-12 of the Kazan medical journal for 1931, in the editorial article that opens the issue, a rather significant place is devoted to an assessment of two of my works that appeared in the same journal (1,2). Completely and completely in solidarity with the guidelines of the Editors developed at the beginning of the article, which, as the very title of the article indicates, takes as the basis of all its work the practical implementation of the instructions of Comrade Stalin on the fight against alien theories and on vigilance on the ideological front, I cannot agree with the assessment of my works given in the article, as allegedly imbued with theories alien to dialectical materialism, and revealing mechanistic attitudes.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):7-14
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Syphilis among the Udmurt population of the Yalnash district

Sukhov E.I.

Abstract

Over the past 10-12 years, in connection with the steady growth of the culture of backward small nationalities, the latter have made ever greater demands on the health authorities regarding the fight against veins. diseases. Such demands are all the more important because the final victory of the socialist sector of the countryside, in connection with the rapid growth of the collectivization of agriculture, presents inexhaustible possibilities for the organized struggle against social diseases, in particular syphilis.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):14-18
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Ukrainian Polesie as a focus of scleroma

Zaritsky L.A.

Abstract

In 1911 prof. Volkovich reported 128 cases of scleroma, recorded at different times in b. Russia. Of these, 27 (21 %) cases were from the Ukrainian Polesie (former okrugs - Volynskiy, Korostenskiy, Shepetovskiy and part of the former Volyn province, now occupied by Poland). Thus, already 20 years ago in Polesie there was a nested spread of scleroma, while in the rest of Russia (USSR) isolated cases were observed, and even those were almost all from ethnographic Ukraine. For 15 years (1911-1926) Kordatova collected statistical data on 150 6, of which 8 from the Ukr. Polesie. Kalina (Odessa) notes 3 cases from here.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):18-20
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Selection of new funds

Levinstein I.

Abstract

Currently, work on mastering foreign experience and introducing it into our pharmaceutical industry and identifying the needs of health care in the latest chemical compounds is taking place at the NIHFI (Scientific Research Chemical-Pharmaceutical Institute)

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):20-23
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About ROKK's work in the Northern Territory

Turkin S.K.

Abstract

The attention of all organizations of the ROKK is focused on servicing logging, logging and timber rafting, the main leading industry in the region. The most distant organizations of the ROKK ‘a are in the Komi region, in the Nentsky district — along the Pechora and the coast of the Arctic Ocean, in the Menzezhsky and Onega districts.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):23-24
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Pathological anatomy of nerve nodes and nerve trunks of the autonomic nervous system in tuberculosis of the respiratory tract

Filatova A.G.

Abstract

In the clinic of tuberculosis of the larynx, one of the factors complicating the course of the process and worsening the prognosis is dysphagia.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):25-32
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Intravenous and combined methods of treatment of articular rheumatism

Sherman S.I.

Abstract

In recent years, we have used the following methods in the treatment of articular rheumatism: 1) intravenous infusion of the so-called Attritin — 16% salicylic sodium solution + 4% coffeini n.- salic solution. 2) Intramuscular injections of milk in combination with intravenous infusions of Attritin'a. 3) Intravenous infusion of opsonized salicylic sodium and 4) Natr. salic, ex 10-12.0-200.0 per os - 4-6 tablespoons per day in combination with subcutaneous injections of autologous blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):32-38
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Treatment of acute and chronic articular rheumatism with ichthyol in the practice of the local hospital

Derzhavin M.K., Osipovsky V.M.

Abstract

Currently, the coverage of rheumatic diseases is given a large place in the periodical medical literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):38-40
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For specific therapy of cerebrospinal meningitis

Basyrov F.X., Chekalin I.A.

Abstract

Despite the large number of works devoted by authors from different countries to the question of the treatment of cerebrospinal meningitis, this question still cannot be considered definitively resolved.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):41-47
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On the clinical course and therapy of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis

Gekhtman G.Y.

Abstract

The material at our disposal embraces 32 cases: of which 12 cases we had to observe in the hospital. Chudnovsky for the months of February and March 1931.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):47-51
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Serotherapy for epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis

Gurvichz B.I.

Abstract

The epidemic of cerebrospinal meningitis was traced by us on the basis of the materials of the children's hospital for a number of years, starting from 1924, for the first time it was possible to talk about the sporadic nature of this meningitis, then in recent years and especially in the 30th and 1st quarter 31 -the year one has to reckon with meningitis as a developed epidemic of this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):52-53
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On the casuistry of diphtheria of the nose and skin

Khodanov I.I.

Abstract

At the beginning of October 1931, we had to observe a rare case of a combination of nasal and skin diphtheria in a five-year-old child in the Kain city outpatient clinic.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):54-56
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The importance of local anesthesia in children in the general technique of biliary tract surgery

Vishnevsky A.V.

Abstract

"A physician who finds a remedy that combines the advantages of ether and chloroform, without having their disadvantages, will be the BEST laparotomist of his time."

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):57-63
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Bromferron in surgical practice

Putilin T.

Abstract

Despite the abundance of means and methods for disinfecting the operating field and hands, most surgeons carry out their work with an old, proven drug — iodine tincture.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):63-65
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Effect of fallopian tube ligation on tubal patency

Meshcherov X.X.

Abstract

Among the methods of surgical sterilization of women, ligation of the fallopian tubes is one of the oldest. First used by Lungren in 1880 in a woman with a narrow pelvis, this method, due to its lightness, speed and absence of significant trauma, attracted the attention of gynecologists and quickly found a wide range of applications. Soon, however, reports began to appear in the literature about the unreliability of this sterilization method (Fritsch, Arendt, Nürnberger, Pisemsky, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):66-68
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About modern methods of clandestine abortion

Magid M., Ventskovsky M.

Abstract

Legalizing abortion had an important goal — to get him out of the underground. But at the same time, the results of legalization opened up a new area for scientific research. The phenomenon, which until then was hidden about which, despite its colossal distribution, otherwise than with numerous omissions, is a sudden indentation to scientific analysis. This explains the numerous works of Russian authors devoted to the study of all aspects of legal abortion.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):69-74
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On the issue of professional tremor

Rotshtein G.A.

Abstract

When studying the neuropsychic health of workers in the blacksmith shop at the Krasny Yakor plant, we found a large number of cases of severe hand tremors in the workers examined. "

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):74-79
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A case of a strangulated diaphragmatic hernia

Vakulenko M.

Abstract

Diaphragmatic hernias are still rarely described, especially in Russian literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):80-81
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Phimosis after circumcision

Varsobin V.I.

Abstract

In the surgical department of the Okhlebininskaya hospital on March 26, 30, a boy of 5 years was sent from the outpatient clinic. Tatar, without a definite diagnosis - "Cystic-altered penis?"

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):81-83
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Homemade non-Lahton catheter

Bagrova Y.B.

Abstract

A catheter can be made from an ordinary drainage tube. A cylinder with a height of 3-4 mm is cut out of rubber (for this, commercial pencil rubber bands or rubber plugs are good). and a diameter equal to the diameter of the inner lumen of the selected tube. Such a cylinder can be cut with a sharp scalpel; it is very convenient to cut it with a trocar tube of the corresponding lumen. This cylinder is immersed in rubber glue and left to dry.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):82-82
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Pathogenesis and treatment of pernicious anemia in the light of modern views

Sokolov A.N.

Abstract

Malignant anemia, first described by Birmer in 1868 and 1871. and later developed by Ehrlich, according to its clinical data, according to the severity of the suffering itself, has long attracted the attention of clinicians and hematologists. A lot of theories were proposed that tried to explain the origin of this disease, there were a number of attempts to treat this suffering, which did not give any beneficial effect until recent years.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):83-88
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Presternal esophagus. Publication of the journal. New surgical archive. Dnepropetrovsk. 1931 g.

Vishnevsky A.

Abstract

The ingenious idea of creating a pre-sternal esophagus has now received real implementation in a fair number of cases, successfully performed in one way or another of the proposed methods. After endless modifications, the operation

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):88-89
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Vitamin nutrition and bone fracture healing. Publication of the Lower Volga Regional Council of Osoaviakhim. Saratov, 1931, p. 90

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

Rational nutrition of a healthy and sick person is an important state problem. Its importance is especially great in our USSR in the preventive direction of Soviet health care. This book examines in detail the question of the importance of a balanced diet during the process of treating bone wounds.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):89-90
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A guide for practical exercises in operative gynecology. Ed. priv.-dsc. Elkina. 195 pp. Gosmedizd. 1931

Belsky S.A.

Abstract

The textbook brought to the attention of doctors is intended to give “in a concise form an accurate and demonstrative presentation of the operational methods” used in the gynecological department of the B-nntsy them. Mechnikov in Leningrad.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):90-90
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A new causative agent of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis. As reported by the Bureau of the Public Health Service

B. Z.

Abstract

According to the Bureau of the Public Health Service (Washington), over the past five years, the number of diseases in the United States has been epidemic. cerebrospin. meningitis was very high (numbers not indicated), exceeding the number of diseases in the period since the beginning of the worlds, war.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):91-91
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Meningococcemia and endocarditis. Master tells Journ. (Am. M. A .. V. 96, M 3)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Master tells Journ. Am. M. A .. V. 96, M 3) about 3 cases, where the clinical picture of diseases along with high temperature, pain in the joints, a rash on the skin was accompanied by high leukocytosis with neutrophilia and pronounced phenomena from the heart valves and the presence of meningococcus in blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):91-91
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Hypothyroidism and effects on gastrointestinal function. Thomas Brown reports (Journ. A. M. A. 931, 97, 8)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Thomas Brown reports (Journ. AM A. 931, 97, 8) about one patient who went to a surgical clinic with complaints of chronic, refractory constipation; removed appendix in the past; constipation was due to partial narrowing due to surgery, X-ray gave atony colonis

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):91-92
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Hyperthyroidism and gastrointestinal symptoms. Russell Vebrbrycke (Journ. Am. M. A. 1931, 97.8)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Russell Vebrbrycke (Journ. Am. M. A. 1931, 97.8) draws attention to the need to determine the basal metabolic rate, since often, where gl. thyreoidea is not enlarged, it is visible.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):92-92
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Stricturanaemie and hepatic diet. Narbeshuber (Med. Kl. 1931. No. 11)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Narbeshuber (Med. Kl. 1931. No. 11), reports on the bth, who had severe gastrointestinal phenomena and symptoms of malignant anemia on the basis of intestinal stenosis from tuberculous ulcers.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):92-92
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Massive doses of hepatic extract were used by Connery (Journ.. Am. M. A., V. 97, 9)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Applied Connery (Journ. .Am. MA, V. 97, 9) to 6 patients with malignant anemia (three severe patients and 3 moribund'ov), giving each of them once per os or through a tube but 30-50 vials of hepatic extract (1 vial is obtained from 100.0 liver).

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):92-92
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Treatment of bronchial asthma by physical methods. Wellisch (Med. Kl. 1931, no. 7)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Wellisch (Med. Kl. 1931, No. 7) recommends a combination course of treatment br. a .: diathermy (10-30 sessions every other day) and illumination with a mercury-quartz lamp (8-10 sessions every 3-4 days).

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):92-92
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Simultaneous bilateral artificial pneumothorax Kaminsky (Amer. Rev. Tuber. 1931. No. 3)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Kaminsky (Amer. Rev. Tuber. 1931. No. 3) reports that in American clinics, simultaneous bilateral artificial pneumothorax “is very rarely used, while European phthisiatricians use it widely.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):92-92
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About pulmonary paratyphoid diseases Edinger (Med. Kl. 1931, No. 10)

Kramov N.

Abstract

Edinger (Med. Kl. 1931, No. 10) reports his two cases of pulmonary paratyphoid diseases (the phenomenon of lung abscess and exud. Pleurisy), you. par. V. was cultivated in both cases from sputum and in one case from pleuritic fluid. Current in vol. cases were relatively favorable.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):92-93
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Cases of primary lung cancer M. Bonner (The Journ. Of the Amer. Medic. Associât. 1930, V. 94, - No. J4)

Zh V.

Abstract

M. Bonner (The Journ. Of the Amer. Medic. Associât. 1930, V. 94, - No. J4) reports 6 pages. primary lung cancer verified by autopsy. One. of the causes of lung cancer is chronic irritation with dust, auto. Strong gas, tobacco; chronic diseases of the lungs and bronchi, such as bronchitis, influenza, tbc, also predispose to the development of lung cancer.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):93-93
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A case of acute yellow atrophy of the liver R. N. Stiehrn a. A. J. Hockett (The Journ. Of the Am. M. As. 1930.94, no. 25).

Zh V.

Abstract

R. H. Stiehrn a. A. J. Hockett (The Journ. Of the Am. M. As. 1930.94, no. 25). reporting on the observed case of acute yellow atrophy of the liver, they dwell on the etiology of the disease, symptoms, age and gender of patients. The term “acute liver necrosis” is considered the most appropriate to the essence of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):93-93
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Blood transfusion, infusion of salt and leaving the poured blood in the abdominal cavity, D-g A. Garibdzanjan and A. A. Ozereljeff from Petrov's cell (Arch. F. Klin. Chirurg. Bd. 161. H. 3)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

Blood transfusion, salt infusion and leaving the poured blood in the abdominal cavity, D-Mr. A. Garibdzanjan and AA Ozereljeff from Petrov's cell (Arch. F. Klin. Chirurg. Bd. 161. H. 3) performed experiments on dogs: In 10 experiments blood was left in the abdominal cavity, in 10 experiments it was poured into the veins, in 10 experiments physiology, sodium chloride solution was poured into the veins instead of blood, and in 3 experiments the dogs were only deprived of blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):93-93
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Blood serum cholesterol and surgical diagnostics. Rr Imre Lang (Arch. Klin. Chirurg. Bd. 161. H. 3)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

Rr Imre Lang (Arch. Klin. Chirurg. Bd. 161. H. 3) on the 300th with diseases of the abdominal cavity tried to determine the value of blood serum cholesterol as a symptom of surgery. suffering.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):93-94
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About thrombosis and pulmonary embolism D. Saratoff (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H.3)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

D. Saratoff (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H.3) provides statistical material on thrombosis and pulmonary embolism of the Leipzig surgical site for ten years from 1920 to 1929 inclusive.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):94-94
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The effect of acidic and alkaline food on bone regeneration in case of bone fracture. Dr.Mandgui prof. H. Boeminghaus (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161 H. 1/2)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

Dr.Mandgu and prof. H. Boeminghaus (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161 H. 1/2) performed experiments on rabbits regarding the effect of acidic and alkaline food on bone regeneration during its fracture.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):94-94
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Keep the pieces ready for transplantation until transplantation D-r E. Kubanyi (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H. 3)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

Dr. E. Kubanyi (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H. 3), on the basis of his experience, suggests keeping the pieces ready for transplantation in the blood of the individual before transplantation.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):94-94
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About the bacterial flora with appendicitis. D. E. Hudacsek and F. Kerb 1er (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H. 3)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

D. E. Hudacsek and F. Kerb 1er (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H. 3) examined 150 appendixes and, using the influenza epidemic, established that clinical observations speak for the existence of a connection in some cases between the influenza epidemic and the coming appendicitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):94-94
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Cervical ribs and their surgical treatment. H. Jacobsohn (Arch, f. Klin. Chirurg. Bd. 161. H. 3)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

H. Jacobsohn (Arch, f. Klin. Chirurg. Bd. 161. H. 3), based on the proposals of the Americans Adson and Coffey (1926), in 8 cases. the cervical ribs cut the tendon w. scalenus, anter.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):94-94
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Postoperative urinary retention D-r E. Rotthaus (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H. 2)

Tsimkhes I.

Abstract

Dr. E. Rotthaus (Arch. F. Klin. Chir. Bd. 161. H. 2) recommends for postoperative urinary retention intravenous injection 1 eg. Piiocarpin'a + 0.3 mg Atropin'a. In the hands of the author, this method is safe and over 80% successful.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):94-94
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A case of blastomycosis of the prostate, epididymis and lower leg (The Journ. Of the Amer. Medic. Assoc. 1930, 94, no. 25)

Zh. V.

Abstract

B. Lewis, G. Cargolla. G. Stryker describe a case of blastomycosis of the prostate, epididymis and lower leg (The Journ. Of the Amer. Medic. Assoc. 1930, 94, No. 25). The disease was first described in 1896 by Gilchris Vol.

Kazan medical journal. 1932;32(1):94-94
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