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Evseeva M.V., Kalaeva V.V.
CLINICAL AND PATHOGENETIC ASPECTS OF CARDIORENAL RELATIONSHIPS ON BACKGROUND OF TYPE 2 DIABETES
Evseeva M.V., Kalaeva Y.Y. Clinical and pathogenetic aspects of cardiorenal relationships on background of type 2 diabetes. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 5-13. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-5-13
Evseeva Maria Vladimirovna Research Associate of the Blood Circulation Pathology Laboratory; Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kalaeva Victoria Vladimirovna Cardiologist; Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases; email@example.com
Violation of the kidney filtration function is common enough among patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD), especially against disorders of carbohydrate metabolism (IGM). Renal dysfunction (PD) is associated with more frequent development of cardiovascular complications. In turn, the probability of development of renal disease in patients with cardiovascular disease is significantly higher than in general population. This bidirectional pathogenetic mechanisms existing between cardiovascular and kidney diseases were the basis for the formation of cardiorenal syndrome concept. The review discusses the general parts of pathogenesis within the cardiovascular continuum. In addition, it shows the effect on metabolic disorders during CVD combined with renal dysfunction. The review reveals a recent view on the main mechanisms of cardiorenal syndrome.
Keywords: cardiorenal syndrome, systemic inflammation, endothelial dysfunction, insulin resistance
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Sychev D.A., Sosnovsky E.E., Orekhov R.E., Bordovsky S.P.
CONTEMPORARY METHODS OF DEALING WITH POLYPHARMACY IN ELDERLY AND SENILE PATIENTS
Sychev D.A., SosnovskyE.E., Orekhov R.E., Bordovsky S.P. Contemporary methods of dealing with polypharmacy in elderly and senile patients. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 13-21. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-13-21
Sychev Dmitry Alekseevich MD, D. Med. Sci., Prof., Head of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapy; Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education of the Health Ministry of Russia; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sosnovsky Evgeny Evgenievich Medical Student of 5th course; l.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Health Ministry of Russia; email@example.com
Orekhov Roman Evgenievich Medical Student of 5th course; l.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Health Ministry of Russia; firstname.lastname@example.org
Bordovsky Sergey Petrovich Medical Student of of 4th course; l.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University; Arhont7@bk.ru
This review deals with the problem of polypharmacy, its definition and relevance to clinical practice. The review deals with contemporary methods of fight with the phenomenon of polypharmacy - the index of rational use of medicines, the scale of anticholinergic drug capacity, STOPP/START criteria. It was assessed the therapeutic importance and positive effects of implementation of these criteria in clinical practice.
Keywords: polypharmacy, index of the rationality use of the drug (IRLS) scale of anticholinergic capacity, «STOPP /START» criteria, undesirable side reactions, pharmacotherapy, interactions between medicines, acetylcholine
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Tskhay V.B., Tcygankova N.Y.
CONTEMPORARY METHODS OF OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF SEVERE ADENOMYOSIS
Tskhay V. B., Tcygankova N.Y. Contemporary methods of operative treatment of severe adenomyosis. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 22-31.. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-22-31
Tskhay Vitaly Borisovich Dr. Med. Sc, Professor, Head of the Department of Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Tcygankova Natalia Yurievna Student of4thyear of therapeutic faculty; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Endometriosis is among the prevalent gynecological diseases and diagnosed in 10% of women of reproductive age. Endometriosis problem is becoming increasingly of health-social value, which is associated with severe clinical manifestations and recurrent disease has a negative influence on quality of life and ability to work of women. This article presents modern approaches to conserving therapy of severe adenomyosis. A review of recent major studies in the field of surgical treatment of this disease, analyze the main stages and results of operations.
Keywords: adenomyosis, adenomyomectomy, surgical treatment
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Zhidkova I.I., Ponasenko A.V., Khutornaya M.V., Kutikhin A.G., Golovkin A.S., Barbarash O.L.
ASSOCIATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL VARIABLE SITES TLRS GENES WITH THE SEVERITY OF CHD IN YOUNGER PATIENTS
Zhidkova I.I., Ponasenko A.V., Khutornaya M.V., KutikhinA.G., Golovkin A.S., Barbarash O.L. Association of the individual variable sites HRs genes with the severity of CHD in younger patients. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 32-41. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-32-41
Zhidkova Irina Igorevna Research Associate of the Blood Circulation Pathology Laboratory; Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases; Irina04046@yandex.ru
Ponasenko Anastasiya Valerievna Cand.Med.Sci., Head of the Laboratory of Genomic Medicine, Department of Experimental and Clinical Cardiology; Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases; email@example.com
Khutornaya Maria Vladimirovna Researcher Laboratory Genomic Medicine, Department of Experimental and Clinical Cardiology; Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kutikhin Anton Gennadievich Researcher Laboratory Genomic Medicine, Department of Experimental and Clinical Cardiology; Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases; email@example.com
Golovkin Aleksey Sergeevich Dr. Med. Sci., Senior Researcher; FGBI "SZFMITS named after V.A. Almazov » Russian Ministry of Health, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics; firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbarash O. L. Dr. Med. Sci., Professor; Kemerovo State Medical University; Scientific Research Institute of Complex Problems of Cardiovascular Diseases; email@example.com
Aim of the research. To determine the association of polymorphic variants of genes TLRs with the severity of coronary artery disease (CAD) in young patients. Materials and methods. The study included 292 patients with stable coronary artery disease. Genotyping was performed in 96-well format by TagMan technology. It was studied 8 variable sites in four genes: TLR1 (rs5743551 and rs5743611), TLR2 (rs3804099 and rs5743708), TLR4 (rs4986790 and rs4986791), TLR6 (rs3775073 and rs5743810). Results. In patients with coronary heart disease aged 55 years old and under С / T genotype variable site rs3804099 TLR2 gene is associated with increasing of 4.4 times the risk of developing severe chronic heart failure (III-IV FC) and in 2.7 times with increase in the risk of stenosis brachiocephalic arteries more than 30 %; С/ C genotype of this variable site TLR2 gene is associated with 4 times increase in the risk of severe coronary atherosclerosis. Т/ C genotype variable site rs3775073 TLR6 gene was associated with an increase of 4 times the risk of multifocal atherosclerosis and 3 times the risk of myocardial infarction in patients with coronary heart disease aged 55 years old and younger. Conclusion. There were revealed the associations between the variable sites of two genes of innate immunity receptors (TLR 2 and 6) with the severity of CHD in patients aged 55 years old and younger.
Keywords: coronary heart disease, the receptors of innate immunity, polymorphisms, variable genes sites, TLRs
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Kuzhel D.A., Matyushin G.V., Savchenko E.A., Lytkina V.A., Yakovlev E.I., Novoselov O.V.
SOME FEATURES OF FLOW IN THE PULMONARY VEINS AT BLOCKADE OF THE LEFT LEG GIS BUNDLE WITH LOW EJECTION FRACTION
Kuzhel D.A., Matyushin G.V., Lytkina V.S., Savchenko E.A., Yakovlev E.l., Novoselov O.V. Some features of flow in the pulmonary veins at blockade of the left leg CIS bundle with LOW ejection fraction. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 42-51. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-42-51
Kuzhel D. A. ; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Matyushin Gennady Vasilievich Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Cardiology and Functional Diagnostics; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Savchenko E. A. ; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Lytkina V. A. ; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Yakovlev Evgeny Iosifovich Associated Professor, Department of Highest Mathematic; Sibitian State Space University named after Academic M.F. Reshetnev; firstname.lastname@example.org
Novoselov Oleg Vadimovich Associated Professor, Department of Highest Mathematic; Sibitian State Space University named after Academic M.F. Reshetnev; email@example.com
Aim of the research. To evaluate twisting of the left ventricle (LV) on the background of left bundle branch block (LBBBj in patients c cardiomyopathies and study of the hemodynamic conseguences of possible changes. Materials and methods. The study involved 22 patients with ischemic and dilated cardiomyopathy with left ventricular ejection fraction less than 40%, divided into two groups: physiological counter-rotating basal and top and abnormal unidirectional. Results. Although there are no differences in terms, characterizing cardiac remodeling, in the group with abnormal rotation occurred substantially smaller twisting indicators and changes were observed in the flow of the pulmonary veins that are typical of high end-diastolic pressure LV. In group of patients with abnormal rotation systolic left atrial filling fraction was 32,3 ± 8,07%, whereas in the group with a physiological counterrotating -53,1 ± 10,1 (P = 0.000226). A possible cause of these changes are great indicators of intraventricular dyssynchrony in the group with abnormal rotation. Time interval delay redaction of the rear wall was 63,3 ± 35,1 ms in comparison with persons with normal left ventricular rotation - 8,0 ± 17,9 ms (p = 0,015922), reflecting the greater degree of mechanical dyssynchrony. Conclusion. Thus, LBBB has a complex negative influence on the electrical activation and contraction of IV, the result of which was a violation of twisting, mechanical dyssynchrony and deterioration of diastolic function.
Keywords: left ventricular function, echocardiography, myocardial deformation, LV rotation, twisting, diastolic dysfunction, 2D Strain, a complete blockade of the left leg of a ventriculonector
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Kuvacheva N.V., Morgun A.V., Khilazheva E.D., Boytsova E.B., Ruzaeva V.A., Shuvaev A.N., Malinovskaya N.A., Pozhilenkova E.A., Salmina A.B.
BLOOD BRAIN BARRIER CELL PROLIFERATION UNDER HIF-1 SUPPRESSED ACTIVITY IN VITRO
Kuvacheva N.V., Morgun A.V., Khilazheva E.D., Boytsova E.B., Ruzaeva V.A., Shuvaev A.N., Malinovskaya N.A., Pozhilenkova E.A., Salmina A.B. Blood brain barrier cell proliferation under HIF-1 suppressed activity in vitro. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 1: 51-56. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-51-56
Kuvacheva Natalya Valerievna Associate Professor of the Department of Biological Chemistry with the Course of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Morgun Andrei Vasil’evich Cand. Med. Sc., Assistant of Pediatric Department; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Khilazheva Elena Dmitrievna Assistant of the Department of Biological Chemistry with the Course of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Boytsova Elizaveta Borisovna Postgraduate Student, Department of biological, medical, pharmaceutical and toxicological chemistry; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Ruzaeva Veronika Anatolyevna Researcher of Research Institute of Molecular Medicine & Pathobiochemistry; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; Veronikaruz@mail.ru
Shuvaev Anton Nikolaevich PhD, Cand. Med. Sci.; Gunma University Graduate School of Medical Sciences (Japan); firstname.lastname@example.org
Malinovskaya Nataliya Alexandrovna Dr.Med.Sc., Researcher at the Research Institute of Molecular Medicine and Patobiochemistry, Professor of the Department of Biological Chemistry with the Course of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Pozhilenkova Elena Anatol’evna Cand.Biol.Sc., Associate Professor of the Department of Biological Chemistry with the Course of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Salmina Alla Borisovna Dr. Med. Sci., Vice-Rector on Innovative Development and International Activities, Head of the Research Institute of Molecular Medicine & Pathobiochemistry, Head of the Department of biological, medical, pharmaceutical and toxicological chemistry; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Aim of the research. To study proliferation and adhesion properties of neuronal and astroglial cells at directed activity modulation HIF-1. Materials and methods. The experiments were performed in the 3-cell BBB model and in isolated neurons and astrocytes in vitro. HIF-1 activity was suppressed by FM19G11 inhibitor, impedimetric cell index was measured with the analyzer «xCelligence». Results. We found that HIF-1 inhibition reduced proliferation and astrocytes and neurons in both the systems. At the same time, the presence in the system of cerebral endothelial cells has stabilizing effect on the proliferative activity of neuronal and astroglial cells. Conclusion. Proliferative properties of astrocytes and neurons have a HIF-1-dependent mechanisms.
Keywords: blood-brain barrier, HIF-1, proliferation, cell index
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Nasyrova R.F., Taraskina A.E., Sosin D.N., Sosina K.A., Ershov E.E., Zabotina A.M., Grunina M.N., Krupitsky E.M.
INSTRUMENTS OF PERSONALIZED ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ANTIPSYCHOTIC THERAPY: NEUROTRANSMISSION RECEPTORS ON PERIPHERAL BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES
Nasyrova R.F., Taraskina A.E., Sosin D.N., Sosina К.A, Ershov E.E., Zabotina A.M., Grunina A.M., Krupitsky E.M. Instruments of personalized assessment of the effectiveness of antipsychotic therapy: neurotransmission receptors on peripheral blood lymphocytes. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 57-64. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-57-64
Nasyrova Regina Faritovna MD, PhD, Dr.Med.Sci., Leading Researcher, Department of biological therapy mental disorders; St. Petersburg V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute; Адрес: 192019, Санкт-Петербург, ул. Бехтерева, д.
Taraskina Anastasiya Evgen'evna Ph.D., Chief, Laboratory of Molecular Biology; senior scientific collaborator, Laboratory of Molecular Human Genetics, National Research Centre «Kurchatov Institute» B.P. Konstantinov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute; scientific collaborator, Department of Biological Therapy Mental Illness, Saint Petersburg Psychoneurological Scientific Research Institute named after Bekhterev; Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sosin Dmitry Nikolaevich Scientific Collaborator, Department of biological therapy mental disorders; St. Petersburg V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute; email@example.com
Sosina Kristina Anatol'evna Postgraduate Student, Department of neurological diseases; St. Petersburg V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute; firstname.lastname@example.org
Ershov Evgeny Evgenyevich Chief of Department №7; Saint Petersburg Psychiatric Hospital №1 named after P.P. Kaschenko; email@example.com
Zabotina Anna Mikhailovna scientific Collaborator, Laboratory of Molecular Human Genetics, scientific collaborator, Laboratory of Molecular Biology; National Research Centre «Kurchatov Institute» B.P. Konstantinov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute; Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Grunina Maria Nikolayevna Scientific Collaborator, Laboratory of Molecular Human Genetics; National Research Centre «Kurchatov Institute» B.P. Konstantinov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute; email@example.com
Krupitsky Evgeny Mikhailovich M.D., Ph.D., Dr.Med.Sci., Professor, Chief, Department of Addictions, Chief, Laboratory of Clinical Pharmacology of Addictions, Valdman Institute; St. Petersburg V.M. Bekhterev Psychoneurological Research Institute; Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Aim of the research. To determine of expression level (mRNA) dopamine receptor type 4 genes (DRD4) and 2A serotonin receptor (5HTR2A) in peripheral blood lymphocytes in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders, and to examine the relationship between the level of expression of the studied genes and clinical response to antipsychotic therapy. Materials and methods. The study was conducted detection of the expression level (mRNA) DRD4 dopamine receptor genes and 5HTR2A serotonin receptor in the peripheral blood lymphocytes of patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders, and studied the relationship between the level of expression of the genes studied and clinical response to antipsychotic therapy. Results. It is found that the initial expression level 5HTR2A significantly positively correlated with indices Clinical Global Impression Scale (CGI-S) (r = 0,732, p = 0,001) and can serve as a biomarker of treatment efficacy of olanzapine. Conclusion. These results allow us to consider neurotransmission receptors on peripheral blood lymphocytes as potential markers of personalized assessment of the effectiveness of antipsychotic ther.
Keywords: schizophrenia spectrum disorder, antipsychotics, lymphocytes, receptor neurotransmission, personalized medicine
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Savchenko A.A., Dudina M.A., Dogadin S.A.
PECULIARITIES OF THE NEURAL NETWORK INFORMATIVITY OF IMMUNOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS WITH ACROMEGALY
Savchenko A,A,, Dudina MA, Dogadin SA. Peculiarities of the neural network informativity of immunological parameters in patients with acromegaly. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 65-73. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-65-73
Savchenko Andrey Anatolievich Dr. Med.Sc, Professor, Head of the Department of Physiology named after Prof. A.T. Pshonik; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Dudina M. A. ; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
Dogadin S. A. ; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Aim of the research. To study the immunological parameters and neural network evaluation of its informativity in patients with active acromegaly and in a state of remission. Materials and methods. The study involved 106 patients with acromegaly: 88 people at the stage of active acromegaly and 18 patients with remission of acromegaly. The method of indirect immunofluorescence and by immunosorbent assay were investigated immunological parameters of blood. Evaluation of information was carried out with the help of neural network classifier Panalyzer 4,0. Results. There were found the changes, dependent on the stage of the disease in the cellular part of the immune system, which are determined by the number of subpopulations of T-lymphocytes and the level of cells, expressing the activation molecules. Changes in concentrations of immunoglobulins in serum of acromegalic patients don't depend on the stage of the disease. The most informative indices of neural network classifier were the percentage of helper and effector subpopulation T-lymphocytes and cells with expressing the activation receptors. Conclusion. Features of functioning immune system with active acromegaly are to develop the state of hyperactivity of the immune system, which is characterized by increased activation of the cellular component of the immune system in an imbalance of humoral immunity. In remission acromegaly has the trend towards normalization of indexes of cellular immunity, but while high level of B-lymphocytes and NK-cells and by increasing the number of cells expressing and CD95-CD25- receptors. Using neural network classifier was confirmed high informativity of lymphocytes expressing activation markers and the number of helper and effector T cells in the immunopathogenesis of acromegaly.
Keywords: active acromegaly, remission of acromegaly, T-lymphocytes, B-lymphocytes, NK-cells, the informativity
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Fadeeva O.Y., Chemodanov V.V., Krasnova E.E.
PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN WITH DISEASES OF URINARY SYSTEM DUE TO METABOLIC DISORDERS
Fadeeva O.Yu., Chemodanov V.V., Krasnova E.E. Phenotypic characteristics of children with Diseases of urinary system due to metabolic disorders. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 74-80. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-74-80
Fadeeva Olga Yurievna PhD, Assistant Professor of the Department of Children's Diseases of Pediatric Department; Ivanovo State Medical Academy; firstname.lastname@example.org
Chemodanov Vadim Vladimirovich Dr. Med.Sci., Professor, Professor managing chair of children's diseases of Department of general medicine; Ivanovo State Medical Academy; email@example.com
Krasnova Elena Evgenievna Dr. Med. Sci., Professor, the professor chair of children's diseases of Department of general medicine; Ivanovo State Medical Academy; firstname.lastname@example.org
Aim of the research. To determine the freguency of external and visceral manifestations of connective tissue dysplasia and its combinations in children with diseases of the urinary system of exchange nature. Materials and methods. The study involved 237 children with urinary system diseases, based on metabolic disorders. The diagnostic protocol included clinical, nephrology, ultrasound of the abdomen, kidney, bladder and heart. Results. The phenotypic portrait of children with dismetabolic kidney diseases allocated combinations of external and visceral manifestations. Conclusion. Certain combinations of phenotypic signs of connective tissue dysplasia have nosological specificity, which may be one of the criteria for diagnosis of probable dismetabolic renal disease.
Keywords: children, diseases of the urinary system, the manifestations of connective tissue dysplasia
1. Ivanova 1.1., GnusaevS.F., Koval' N.Yu. The Peculiarities of development the diseases of the urinary system in children with connective tissue dysplasia. Russian Journal of Pediatrics. 2012; №4. P. 32-36 2. KadurinaT.I., AbbakumovaL.N. Connective tissue dysplasia: the path to diagnosis . Bulletin of the Ivanovo Medical Academy. 2014; Vol. 19, №3. P.5-11. 3. Kadurina T.I., Gnusaev S.F., Abbakumova L.N. Heritable and multifactorial hereditary disorders of connective tissue in children. Algorithms of diagnostics, tactics . Pediatrics. 2014; Vol. 93, №5-2. P. 1-40. 4. Timofeeva E.P., Ryabichenko T.I., Kartseva T.V., Skosyreva G.A. Features of chronic pyelonephritis in children and adolescents on the background of connective tissue dysplasia . Siberian Journal of Medicine. 2011; Vol. 26, № 3-2. P. 53-56. 5. Chemodanov V.V., Krasnova E.E. Features of the disease in children with connective tissue dysplasia. Ivanovo GOU VPO IvSMA Roszdrav, 2009. 140 p.
Kurnosov D.A., Dovbysh N.Y., Gazenkampf K.A., Korchagin E.E., Gritsan A.I.
EXPERIENCE OF TREATING THE PATIENTS, OPERATED IN THE ACUTE PERIOD OF SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE DEPENDING ON THE SEVERITY OF ANGIOSPASM
Kurnosov D.A., Dovbysh N. Yu., Gazenkampf A.A., Korchagin E.E. , Gritsan A.I. Experience of treating the patients, operated in the acute period of subarachnoid hemorrhage depending on the severity of angiospasm. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-81-87
Kurnosov Dmitry Aleksandrovich Post-graduate Student of the Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimatology IPE; ; email@example.com
Dovbysh Nikolai Y. Cand. Med. Sci.; Professor V. F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; Regional Clinical Hospital; firstname.lastname@example.org
Gazenkampf K. A. ; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Korchagin Egor Evgenievich Associate Professor; Professor V. F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; Regional Clinical Hospital; firstname.lastname@example.org
Gritsan Aleksey Ivanovich D.Med.Sc., Professor; Deputy Head Physician for scientific and practical work; Professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Materials and methods. It was done the evaluation of the treatment results of 17 patients operated on for ruptured arterial brain aneurysm in the acute period of subarachnoid hemorrhage, depending on the severity of the initial state. Patients were divided into two groups depending on the severity of vasospasm: I group - 10 patients according TCD 3-5 hours MCA blood flow speed was less than 120 cm / sec (10 observations in the age of 50,1 ± 8,3 years); Group II - 7 patients 3-5 th day from the moment of development on the AGR CAA flow rates were more than 120 cm / s (age 55.7 ± 6.5 years). Were evaluated: the level of consciousness of oppression and the severity of the NAO on the scale (GCS, Hunt-Hess, Fisher) at the time of admission; the level of the final neurological deficit extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS extended); and conducted monitoring of cerebral blood flow velocity by TCD. Results. It was established that during the development of vasospasm with increasing speeds of more than 120 cm / s on admission there is a statistically significantly higher rate of blood flow in the intracerebral arteries, carrying a causal aneurysm; and the previously observed increase and a greater flow velocity, which corresponds to a more pronounced vasoconstriction. It was determined that the initial assessment on the scale of Hunt-Hess, Fischer, GCS reflects a greater severity of SAH in the group with increased blood velocity by intracerebral arteries. Conclusion. It was found that the adverse outcomes of SAH (death - severe disability) are characteristic for patients with the development of vasospasm.
Keywords: subarachnoid hemorrhage, cerebral aneurysm, vasoconstriction, transcranial Doppler
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Petrova M.M., Pronina E.A., Baron I.I., PozdnyakovaAleksandra Aleksandrovna - ., Romanova M.V., Yaganova S.S.
THE ATTITUDE OF THE STUDENTS OF KRASNOYARSK STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY NAMED AFTER PROFESSOR V.F. VOINO-YASENETSKY TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Petrova M.M., Pronina E.A., Baron I.I., Pozdnyakova A.A., Romanova M.V., Yaganova S.S. The attitude of the students of Krasnoyarsk State Medical University named after professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky to physical activity. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 88-92. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-88-92
Petrova Marina Mikhailovna MD, PhD, Prof., Head of the Department of Outpatient Therapy, Family Medicine and HL with a course of Postgraduate Education; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; 660022, Красноярск, ул. Партизана Железняка, 1;тел.:8 (391)2200628; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pronina Elena Alexandrovna Cand. Med. Sc, Assistant of the Department of Polyclinic Therapy, Family Medicine and Healthy Lifestyle with Postgraduate Courses; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Baron Irina Iosifovna Doctor of Philosophy, Associate Professor at the Department of ambulance care State Educational Institution of High Professional Education; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org
PozdnyakovaAleksandra Aleksandrovna - Student; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
Romanova Maria Viktorovna Student; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; Romil_16@mail.ru
Yaganova Svetlana Sergeevna Student; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; Svetik55067@mail.ru
Aim of the research. To study medical university students' attitude to the physical activity. Materials and methods. It was conducted the guestioning of 126 students from 1 and 6 courses. Results. Itwas revealed thatmore than a half of respondents (69 ±4,1%) regularly engage in physical exercises in order to improve their health (25,4 ± 43,9%), to support the physical shape (23 ± 3,7%), to improve the body (15, 8 ± 3,2 %). Most popular among students are fitness, dancing (19,8 ± 3,6 %), training in the gym (14,3 ± 3,1%), playing sports (10,3 ± 42,3%), walking (14,3 ±3,1%). Conclusion. More than a half of the KrasGMU students are engaged in physical exercises regularly.
Keywords: physical activity, students
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Shnayder N.A. Video monitoring of electroencephalograPHY AT epilepsy. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 93-105. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-93-105
Shnayder Natalya Alekseevna MD, PhD, Prof., Head of the Department of Medical Genetics and Clinical Neurophysiology of Institute of Postgraduate Education; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; 660022, г. Красноярск, ул. Партизана Железняка, д. 1; тел.: 8(391) 2212449; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Video monitoring EEC relates to continuous EEC recorded during a shorter or longer period of time with simultaneous video recording of clinical manifestations. With the correlation of the recorded behavior (video) and EEC it can be accurately diagnosed seizures and non-epileptic seizures in almost all cases. Video EEC monitoring is a standard criterion for the diagnosis of epilepsy.
Keywords: functional diagnostics, clinical neurophysiology, electroencephalography, EEG video monitoring, epilepsy, diagnosis, lecture
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REVIEW OF DISSERTATION TOPICS THAT WERE SUBMITTED IN 2015 BY THE COMMITTEE OF DISSERTATION DEFENSE FOR THE DEGREE OF CANDIDATE OF SCIENCE, FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF SCIENCE D 208.037.01 IN SPECIALTY 14.01.05 - CARDIOLOGY, MEDICAL SCIENCES
Shtarik S.YU. Review of dissertation topics that were submitted in 2015 by the committee of dissertation defense for the degree of candidate of science, for the degree of doctor of science D 208.037.01 in specialty 14.01.05 - cardiology, medical sciences. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 106-111. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-106-111
Shtarik S. Yu. Dr. Med. Sci.,Professor; Professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; email@example.com
REVIEW OF DISSERTATION TOPICS THAT WERE SUBMITTED IN 2015 BY THE DISSERTATION COMMITTEE D 208.037.03 IN SPECIALTY 14.01.11 - NERVOUS DISEASES, 14.01.14 - STOMATOLOGY
Gorbach N.A. Review of dissertation topics that were submitted in 2015 by the committee of dissertation defense D 208.037.03 in specialty 14.01.11 - nervous diseases, 14.01.14 - stomatology. Siberian medical review. 2016; № 2: 112-116. DOI 10.20333/25000136-2016-2-112-116
Gorbach N. A. Dr.Med.Sc, Professor, Academic Secretary of the Dissertation Council D 208.037.03; Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University; firstname.lastname@example.org