Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

personalized medicine

Functional and role status of obstetricians and gynecologists in the process of obstetric care.

Year: 2017, volume 13 Issue: №3 Pages: 475-480
Heading: Obstetrics and Gynecology Article type: Original article
Authors: Tkachenko L.V., Sedova А.А., Shestakov А.А., Gritsenko I.A.
Organization: Rostov-on-Don State Medical University, Volgograd Medical Scientific Center, Volgograd State Medical University

Objective: to determine the ratio of obstetricians and gynecologists roles during childbirth. Material and Methods. The questioning of obstetricians and gynecologists in the Volgograd and Rostov region has been conducted. The population was 1181. Sample random N=300. Results. Respondents acknowledge their own responsibility in 98%. Midwives agree that a woman is the main actor in the process of childbirth, but just 52,7% consider that it is necessary to inform a woman of principle for her birthing situations and do not trust its ability to make adequate decisions (52%). Conclusion. Obstetricians and gynecologists consider themselves the main actors of the process of childbirth, although not rule out the usefulness of the participation of other health professionals, respected the autonomy of women in decision-making, but prefer a higher level of confidence on the doctor. The application of advances personalized medicine is considered necessary for 69.7% of respondents, while recognizing their lack of awareness on this issue.

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Sclerotic disease, integrative diagnosis, chronic forms and treatment of diseases

Year: 2015, volume 11 Issue: №3 Pages: 268-274
Heading: Internal Diseases Article type: Review
Authors: Kats Ya.A., Parkhoniuk E.V., Skriptsova S.A.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

The aim of the article is to determine the importance of an integrative approach to identify and analyze the phases or stages of the example of chronic sclerotic disease (CSD). The proposed concept of CSD is to use the diagnostic methods before sclerotic period, based on an analysis of indicators of intensity of the functional systems responsible for collagen formation and collagen lysis taking into account the potential of genetically caused features of sclerosis. Thus, special attention is paid to pre-disease stage including the history and molecular genetic studies which predict the nature of the possible diseases and determine the risk of formation of CSD. The proposed methodology and techniques, as well as obtained with their help data define the possibility of risk groups identification, the direction and volume of the survey.

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Functional resistance of enamel and the phenomenon of transtegumental fluid transport

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №1 Pages: 211-216
Heading: Stomatology Article type: Original article
Authors: Okushko V.R. Okushko R.V. Ursan R.V.
Organization: Dnester State University n.a. T.G. Shevchenko

Current data related to transport of fluid through the covering tissue formations (skin, nail plate, dental enamel, gum valley) are being analyzed. A supposition is made of transtegumental fluid transport (TFT) as a general biological regularity which is specifically manifested in tissues of different functional purposes. Depending on the peculiarity of the organ, the tooth performs the TFT providing functional resistance of the enamel, whose level is clinically detected in the «test of enamel resistance» (TER) used in modern research. The article draws attention to the reasonability of an in-depth study of the tooth physiology, where the central element is TFT. This phenomenon is of interest both from fundamental and highly practical standpoints. Identification of seasonal periods in the functional resistance decline makes it possible to get a distinct effect by means of concentrating prevention efforts on this. The TER sample, as well as other transtegumental fluid transport patterns, is to find place in the system of personalized predictive approach to caries diseases

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