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Ultrastructure of Mineral of the Lower Incisor Dentin in Rats after 60-Day Sodium Glutamate Intake and Exposure to Ionizing Radiation

Simrok, K. T. (2015)
In the study we investigated ultrastructure of mineral of the lower incisor dentin in 240 male rats with initial body weight of 180-210 grams during 60-day sodium glutamate (SG) intake and exposure to ionizing radiation (IR) and their combined action. Sodium glutamate intake during 60 days in a dose of 30 mg per kg of body weight resulted in instability of crystal lattice of dentin mineral. Lattice gradually restored after the 15th day of observation. Exposure to ionizing radiation during 60 ...

Therapeutic Strategy in Case of Hemangiomas in Children

Vivcharuk, V P; Pashchenko, Yu V (2016)
Hemangiomas are the most common tumors in infancy constituting 1 – 2.6 % of incidence. Their incidence in preterm newborns with low birth weight (less than 1000 g) can reach 30 %. Increase in the incidence is observed during the first year of life.Regressing hemangiomas undergo careful observation. Hemangiomas with a high risk of complications (destructive growth, cosmetic defects, ulceration, amblyopia, compression of vital structures) require treatment.The variety of clinical and morphologi...

The Medico-Social Peculiarities of Health Condition of Primary School Pupils

Yatsula, M. S. (2014)
The aim of the research is to assess the main medico-social peculiarities of health condition of primary school pupils in Lviv and Lviv region and its dynamics within the last years. Materials and methods of research. To conduct the analysis we used the data, which are the result of the health condition monitoring of primary school pupils in 2002 (1430 primary school pupils in Lviv city), and in 2012 (4041 primary school pupils in Lviv city and 1650 primary school pupils, citizens of 4 region...

Associated Malformations and Mortality in Newborns with Congenital Small Intestine Obstruction

Slepov, O.; Migur, M.; Soroka, V. (2016)
Congenital intestinal obstruction (CIO) is one of the most common abnormalities in infants. The frequency and nature of defects associated with CIO are discussed in the literature. Mortality among these children remains high despite modern advances in pediatric surgery. Scientists continue discussion about the factors that may affect mortality. We investigated the frequency, nature and impact of associated congenital malformations on mortality in children with CIO.

Analysis of Peculiarities and Tendencies of Urolithiasis Incidence in Ivano-Frankivsk Region

Detsyk, O. Z.; Solomchak, D. B. (2015)
The article is concerned with the analysis of the peculiarities of prevalence, primary incidence and coverage of patients with urolithiasis during dispensary observation in Ivano-Frankivsk region over ten years. Official report documents and data of analytical reference materials for 2004-2013 were studied. There was found that the indicators of the general, primary disease incidence and coverage of patients with urolithiasis during dispensary observation in Ivano-Frankivsk region were lower ...

Efficiency of Local Clinical Protocols Implementation Concerning Medical Care Delivered to Children with Neprological Pathology in Ivano-Frankivsk Region

Dashchenko, O. O.; Pavlykivska, K. R.; Dotsenko, L. Ye.; Yakymiv, S. I.; Velychkovych, R. S.; Lesiuk, O. V. (2016)
Primary incidence of kidney and urinary tract diseases and disability as a result of these diseases are important indicators of the health status of the child population in Ukraine. The objective of the research was to analyze the efficiency of the implementation of local clinical protocols concerning medical care delivery to children with nephrological pathology in Ivano-Frankivsk region.Materials and methods. The material for the research involved reporting documentation about the state of ...

Changes in Humoral and Cellular Immunity in Tertiary Peritonitis

Matviychuk, Oleh (2017)
The objective of the research was to give a comparative characteristic of parameters of humoral and cellular immunity in the development of secondary and tertiary peritonitis.Materials and methods. The research enrolled 109 patients with secondary peritonitis, 20 of whom developed tertiary peritonitis. Changes in humoral and cellular immunity were evaluated by serial blood tests for the determination of leukocyte count, the relative number of lymphocytes, Ig A, M, and G levels, as well as by ...

Practical Training in Internal Medicine by the 5-th year students of medical faculty

Yusypchuk, U. V.; Merhel, T. V.; Halyuk, N. M. (2014)
The article proves that practical training of the 5th year students is based on the constant interaction between students and supervisors, which facilitates the process of acquiring necessary skills and implies assessment of initial and final students’ skills essential for knowledge integration, patient management and exam preparation. Practical training takes place during the semester, which contributes to closer cooperation with department stuff. 

Changes in Blood Lipid Profile in Patients with Psoriasis Secondary to Metabolic Syndrome

Virstiuk, N. G.; Nykyforuk, M. M. (2015)
To study changes in blood lipid spectrum in patients with psoriasis secondary to metabolic syndrome (MS) there were examined 90 patients with uncomplicated plaque psoriasis, who were divided into 2 groups: Group I included 30 patients with psoriasis without MS, Group II included 60 patients with psoriasis and MS. MS was diagnosed according to the recommendations of the International Diabetes Federation (2005). There were determined anthropometric characteristics, parameters of lipid and carbo...

Prevention of Placental Dysfunction in Women with Local Non-Progressive Abruption of a Normally Positioned Placenta

Rymarchuk, M. I. (2015)
In the scientific sources of recent years one can find statements about the role of connective tissue dysplasia with placentation disorders one of the manifestations of which is a local abruption of chorion and placental tissue. At present it is important not only to search for sensitive tests to control the effectiveness of treatment of retrochorionic hematomas and local forms of premature placental abruption but also to develop and implement treatment-and-prevention programs.We analyzed the...