University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego

Kielce, Poland

University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego

Kielce, Poland
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Kalicki T.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego | Kalicki S.,Instytut Archeologii Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego
Prace i Studia Geograficzne | Year: 2012

Krasne Siolo is situated about 60 km south-east from Grodno and about 12 km north from Wolkowysk in Grodno district, in Ros River valley (Fig. 1.). Prehistoric flint mines in area of glaciodislocated chalk in Krasne Siolo were discovered in 1924 by Z. Szmit and later were investigated by N.N. Gurina (1976), M.M. Czarniauski and others (1996). Rescue researches included only small area of two major prehistoric exploitation fields which were destroyed by exploitation of chalk since 1914 (Fig. 3). During researches in 'chalk tongues' about 700 hundred main shafts were documented and dug up (classified as pits and niche mines). Near shafts flint workshops and multicultural sites were located which served as a settlement for the miners and as a place where the raw material was processed. Main users of flint mines were Neolithic societies of Globular Amphora Culture and Corde Ware Culture. The beginning of the flint usage from Krasne Siolo can be dated to Final Palaeolithic (Tanged Points Cultures) and the end of mining activity falls probably in the Early Bronze Age. Exploratory region of Krasne Siolo is situated just few kilometers westward from in detail examined section of Zlewianka valley near Piaski. In palynological diagrams there are lack of changes in vegetation cover caused by development of the center of flint mining in region of the Krasne Siolo in period of settlement by the Globular Amphora and Corde Ware Culture population.


Popiel S.,Military University of Technology | Nalepa T.,Ministerstwa Gospodarki | Dzierzak D.,Military University of Technology | Stankiewicz R.,University of Warsaw | And 2 more authors.
Przemysl Chemiczny | Year: 2011

Bu 2S was oxidized with O 3 in aq. soin, optionally under UV irradn. in acidic and strongly alk. media. Use of the UV irradn. resulted In Improvement of the decomp. efficiency.


Wozakowska-Kaplon B.,I Kliniczny Oddzial Kardiologii | Wozakowska-Kaplon B.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego | Wesolowska K.,I Kliniczny Oddzial Kardiologii | Kutarski A.,University Medyczny
Kardiologia Polska | Year: 2011

The incidence of late complications following pacemaker implantation is low, mainly caused by erosion and infection. We report a case of febrile 62 year-old male, with a history of dual chamber permanent pacemaker implantation 3 years before admission to hospital. The microbiological results revealed Stapylococcus aureus, without local signs of infection and with normal echocardiographic examination. Cardiac device-related infective endocarditis was diagnosed, the patient was treated by prolonged (6 weeks) combinated intravenous antibiotic therapy and device removal. A new device implantation was performed weeks later. Copyright © Polskie Towarzystwo Kardiologiczne.


Dybich P.,I Kliniczny Oddzial Kardiologii | Bakowski D.,I Kliniczny Oddzial Kardiologii | Wozakowska-Kaplon B.,I Kliniczny Oddzial Kardiologii | Wozakowska-Kaplon B.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego
Kardiologia Polska | Year: 2010

Brugada syndrome is a genetic disease characterised by ST segment elevation in right precordial leads and the occurrence of episodes of polymorphic ventricular tachycardia. It is also associated with a high risk of sudden death. We describe three males in whom Brugada syndrome was finally diagnosed after several hospitalisations due to syncope and ventricular tachycardia. Copyright © Via Medica.


Klank-Szafran M.,Poradnia Zaburzen Rytmu Serca | Stec S.,Poradnia Zaburzen Rytmu Serca | Sledz J.,Poradnia Zaburzen Rytmu Serca | Janion M.,II Oddzial Kliniczny Kardiologii | Janion M.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego
Kardiologia Polska | Year: 2010

We describe a case of a 35 year-old woman with AVNRT and AVB successfully treated with radiofrequency ablation. Prior to the procedure, PR interval was very prolonged (420 ms) and second degree Wenckebach AV block during sinus rythm with heart rate below 80/min was seen. After the successful RF ablation an improvement in atrio-ventricular conduction with disappearance of Wenckebach periodicity was achieved. This case shows that there is a possibility of successful elimination of slow pathway with improvement in AV conduction. © Via Medica.


Rydzek J.,II Kliniczny Oddziao Kardiologii | Janion M.,II Kliniczny Oddziao Kardiologii | Janion M.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego
Kardiologia Polska | Year: 2010

We present a case of a 31 year-old female with recurrent pericarditis. Despite pharmacological treatment with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, steroids, diuretics and antibiotics the symptoms of cardiac tamponade occurred. The patient required pericardiocentesis with pericardial drainage. In about 30% of cases the specific etiology it ts not detecting using the routine tests. Copyright © Via Medica.


Piwowarczyk R.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego | Kirpluk I.,Ogrod Botaniczny
Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica Polonica | Year: 2011

Orobanche flava Mart, ex F. W. Schultz occurs in Poland, mainly in the Carpathians, Sudetes and occasionally in the lowlands. Since at least 1994 is observed in the Botanical Garden in Warsaw. The species parasites Petasites hybridus. The population in 2009 had approximately 20 individuals. © W.Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Science 2011 All Right Reservd.


Cieslinski S.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego
Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica Polonica | Year: 2011

The paper contains list of 14 lichen species new recorded for the first time in Kozienicka Forest. Total lichen biota of the region comprises 281. New stands of lichens has been found for 27 species. They are rare lichens on lowland of Central Poland. Majority of them (18 species) is listed in country red book of endangered species. © W.Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Science 2011 All Right Reservd.


Cluster analysis was applied for assessment of spring water quality ingroundwater outflows located in Świetokrzyski National Park (N= 14) and in Gryz•yński Landscape Park (N= 11). Although, the hydrochemistry of the analyzed spring waters was relatively uniform, the statistical analyses allowed to group them into several clusters. The grouped groundwater outflows share the imprints of local controlling factors. The most important of them are rock types in the aquifer, pattern and rate of groundwater flow and human impact.


Piwowarczyk R.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego | Przemyski A.,University Humanistyczno Przyrodniczy Jana Kochanowskiego
Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica Polonica | Year: 2010

During Holistic research in 2006, the station of Iris aphylla was found on a steep right slope of the Kamienna river valley in Podgrodzie, 2.5 km to the NNE of Ćmielów, in the Iłža Foreland (Malopolska Upland). The population consisted of about 80 clumps, growing on rocky slope of the Kamienna river valley, in the patch of the Festucetalia valesiacae ass. Information about habitat preferences in new locality and modified and supplemented map distribution in Poland are included.

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