Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Karimova D.Y.

Federal Medical and Biophysical Center n.a. A.I. Burnazyan, Institute of Postgraduate Education, Department of public health and health care, Professor, Doctor of medical sciences

Hirudotherapy as a method of hemoreological disorders correction efficiency on osteoarthrosis


The aim: to study the hirudotherapy effectiveness in case of osteoarthrosis as a pathogenetic therapy in view of vascular disorders in the disease pathogenesis. Material and Methods. 81 patients with ostearthrosis, predominantly gonarthrosis, aged 36 to 76 years old with a disease duration from 1 to 15 years were under observation. There were clinical and laboratory studies (generally accepted in patients with osteoarthritis), special studies included bulbar conjunctiva biomicroscopy and lower limbs rheovasography. Results. Hirudotherapy is a clinically effective method for the articular syndrome treatment in various types of osteoarthrosis. It is advisable to use the method in patients with a disease duration up to 15 years, with severe pain syndrome, concomitant peripheral veins pathology, and hypertension. Conclusion. The influence of hirudotherapy on the state of microcirculation in patients with osteoarthritis with the evaluation of the clinical effect and the rheovasography and conjunctival biomicroscopy was first studied, confirmed by instrumental methods. The greatest clinical efficacy was achieved with a high degree of local inflammatory activity, what once again emphasizes the role of microchemocirculation disorders in the development of synovitis in osteoarthritis.

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Through the prism of globalization: foreign experts in russian medical institutions


Through the prism of contemporary processes of globalization, the comparative analysis of the legal foundation for employment of foreign experts in Russian medical institutions was done. Legal collisions that require resolution had been identified, and the competent authorities and legislators payed attention to them.

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Dynamics of dental check-ups among the population

Year: 2015, volume 11 Issue: №3 Pages: 242-246
Heading: Health Service Organization Article type: Original article
Authors: Karimova D.Y., Lugovoi V.E., Aleynikov A.S., Shchukin A.l., Zlobin A.N., Livshits S.A.
Organization: State Scientific Research Center n.a. A.I. Burnasyan — Federal Medical Biophysical Center of Federal Medical Biological Agency

The aim of the article: to assess the dynamics of the population coverage of preventive inspections dentists. Material and methods: analytical, statistical, and direct observation. Results. Increase in the number of patients receiving artificial limbs, for example, in the North Caucasus Federal District (+21.8% from 2008 to 2009) And Far East (-30.1 % over the same period). Given that in the North Caucasus Federal District smallest number of patients received pros-theses, such a growth indicator may be due to the volume of supply in the region, taking into account the needs of the population. The sharp decline in the availability of prosthetic patients Far East against the background of dissonance between sanitized and in need of rehabilitation patients with sufficient personnel potential evidence of regional problems in dental care. Even more interesting is the distribution of the proportion of patients who received free dentures. In the North Caucasus Federal District, along with an increase in the total number of patients who received artificial limbs, sharply reduced the proportion of patients who received them free of charge (-64.9% from 2008 to 2009). In a number
of countries have not produced any free prosthetics. Conclusion. Reduced the number of patients who received pros-theses, especially for free. The most unfavorable situation is observed in the North Caucasus Federal District (-64.9%), mainly due to the Chechen Republic and the Republic of Dagestan, where the figure is zero. The current situation in the field of dental care, requires a differentiated approach and to adequately address problems from a regional perspective.

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Organization of medical care in adult population with non-production eye injuries.


Aim: justify the need for institutional arrangements for the provision of medical care to adults with non-productive eye injuries. Material and Methods: analytical, medical, statistical, and comparative analysis. Results. The problem of eye injuries is unresolved today and has not only medical, but also a great social importance. The study calls the structure revealed that the majority of the adult population is unevenly within 24 hours of the first day sought treatment. So, the peak of appeals noted in the first half of a day. Every fourth victim turned to a medical institution for the first two hours after the injury. Young people under the age of 18 years sought medical help almost half of the cases within two hours after injury (40.6%). In 7.4% of cases, the treatment of ocular injury was performed in a hospital. 99.3% of patients with eye injuries recovered. The outcome of treatment was significantly depended on the nature of the injury (p

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