Reznikov A.S.,Omsk State Medical Academy
Eksperimental'naya i Klinicheskaya Farmakologiya | Year: 2010
Clinical data are reported upon the examination of a group of 160 women aged 18-55, suffering of a breast cancer and subjected to polychemotherapy using various cytostatic schemes: (I) standard CAF scheme, course repetition each 4 weeks; (II) alternating CAF and AVCFM schemes (intermittent introductions), a total of 4 courses. For the reduction of the cardiotoxic effects of anthracyclines, one part of patients was given an antioxidant preparation of amber acid - Reamberin - whose administration substantially decreased both the frequency of cardial complaints and the expression of clinical manifestations of the astheno-neurotic syndrome and prevented the occurrence of systolic and diastolic dysfunction of myocardium and the heart rhythm and conductivity disturbances.
Djurjagin N.M.,Omsk State Medical Academy
Biophysics (Russian Federation) | Year: 2012
Biological models of osseous tissue and periosteum have been developed. Biocompatible materials of titaniumnickel as an integral part of implant-tissue composites have been already functioning for five years, substituting for damaged bone fragments. The defects of skeletal kinematic sections of the mandible of experimental animals were replaced by biomechanical models of implant-tissue composites of the osseous tissue and periosteum. The composites were formed by joining the models of extracellular matrixes of osseous tissue and periosteum and the natural tissues. The validity of methodological propositions and optimal technological solutions have been proved by the absence of life-time signs of biochemical, biomechanical, hysteresis or thermodynamic incompatibility on tissue and skeletal levels. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
Akhmedov V.A.,Omsk State Medical Academy
Patologicheskaia fiziologiia i èksperimental'naia terapiia | Year: 2013
The matrix metalloproteases are the big family of endopeptidases that takes part in degradation of extracellular matrix. The investigation of clinical significance of matrix metalloproteases in heart and vascular pathology can organize the pathogenetic treatment of the patients with heart and vascular diseases.
Navrotsky A.N.,Omsk State Medical Academy
Terapevticheskii Arkhiv | Year: 2014
The paper analyzes the clinical and laboratory manifestations of acute Opisthorchis invasion concurrent with chronic hereditary hemolytic anemia before and after antihelminthic therapy. It gives the results of direct clinical observation of a patient in the acute phase of opisthorchiasis in the presence of Minkowsky-Shauffard disease. His examination encompassed conventional laboratory and instrumental studies used in hepatology, such as physical, biochemical, and immunological examinations (tests for viral hepatitis markers and autoimmune liver diseases), and abdominal ultrasound scanning and magnetic resonance imaging. The patient with acute opisthorchiasis concurrent with hemolytic anemia was found to have a preponderance of clinical and laboratory manifestations of hepatocholangitis in the early stages of the disease and a prevalence of subfebrility with progressive eosinophilia in the presence of regressive symptoms. The clinical and laboratory signs of hereditary microspherocytosis suggest that the process is decompensated. The found clinical and laboratory changes correspond to the natural course of the diseases. The magnitude of changes in laboratory parameters suggests that there is an intercurrent interaction of infectious and somatic diseases, but does not hinder dehelminthization.
Skal'Sky S.V.,Omsk State Medical Academy
Vestnik Rossiiskoi Akademii Meditsinskikh Nauk | Year: 2010
Effects of verapamil, a slow calcium channel blocker, on the production of anti-inflammatory cytokines (TNF-alpha and IL-beta) by peritoneal mononuclears were studied using a rat model of aseptic intra-abdominal inflammation. Autohemoperitoneum was simulated by intraperitoneal administration of autoblood (group 1). The similarly treated animals of group 2 were additionally given verapamil. A statistically significant rise in the TNF-alpha and IL-beta levels was documented in the former case. In group 2, verapamil substantially modified functional activity of peritoneal macrophages in that TNF-alpha content in peritoneal exudate was twice lower than in group 1 while the IL-beta level remained unaltered. These findings suggest that slow calcium channels are involved in regulation of cytokine-producing function of mononuclear cells during intra-abdominal inflammation.