Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

pancreatitis

The clinical significance of the prevalence of parapancreatitis in pan-creonecrosis

Year: 2016, volume 12 Issue: №1 Pages: 57-60
Heading: Surgery Article type: Original article
Authors: Alexandrov D.A., Tolstokorov A.S., Sedov D.S.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University
Summary:

Tftea/m of the study is to determine the relationship of clinical surgical treatment options of degradation of retroperi-tonealfat. Material and Methods. We have analyzed the results of treatment of 1177 patients with necrotizing pancreatitis, taking into account the severity and characteristics of parapancreatitis. Statistical data processing was carried out by the program Statistica for Windows 6.0. using the Student's criterion. Results. The variety of clinical forms of pancreatic necrosis due to a combination of options lesions of the pancreas and retroperitoneal fat. The outcome of pancreatic necrosis is determined not only by the degree of destruction of the pancreas, but also features parapancreatitis. The allocation of limited and common prevalence of parapancreatitis was substantiated and specified. Conclusion. The effectiveness of the treatment of pancreatic necrosis is dependent on the development options of parapancreatitis which present the predictive and tactical value.

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Technique Preventive Maintenance of Complications at Damages of the Pancreas

Year: 2009, volume 5 Issue: №3 Pages: 440-443
Heading: Surgery Article type: Original article
Authors: M.S. Gromov, D.A. Alexandrov, A.M. Skorokhod, S.V. Capralov, I.A. Samedov, V.S. Tarasenco
Organization: Saratov Military Medical Institute
Summary:

Results of treatment of 135 victims with damage of a pancreas and results of experimental researches lead on 127 white rats are analysed. It is established, that expansion of volume of operation on damaged iron does not conduct to
improvement of results of treatment. Phase changes of average perfusion blood in a pancreas are revealed at development of an experimental posttraumatic pancreatitis. Development destruction in iron coincided on time with a phase re-perfusion. Local hypothermya pancreas reduced rate re-perfusion and reduced a degree destruction its fabrics. By results of research the technique intraoperation preventive maintenance of complications of damages of a pancreas is developed

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DYNAMICS OF PORTAL PRESSURE IN THE REMOTE PERIOD OF THE ACUTE EXPERIMENTAL PANCREATITIS

Year: 2008, volume 4 Issue: №4 Pages: 97-101
Heading: Surgery Article type: Original article
Authors: M.S. Gromov, D.A. Alexandrov, V.S. Tarasenko, A.M. Skorokhod, K.A. Alexandrova
Organization: Saratov Military Medical Institute
Summary:

The objective of present research is to develop model of a pancreatitis and to investigate with the help of it the portal pressure and possibility of influence on it by regional anesthesia and sandostainum. Conducting the experiments on 240 white laboratory rats dynamics of portal pressure differs in case of severe form and light form of experimental pancreatitis; in case of severe form of experimental pancreatitis sandostatin authentically reduces portalpressure in comparison with sacrospinal blockade (in 68 % in comparison with 34 %)

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EFFICACY OF SICCINE ACID NITRATES AT ACUTE COMBINED PATHOLOGY

Year: 2008, volume 4 Issue: №1 Pages: 59-63
Heading: Anaesthesiology and Reanimatology Article type: Original article
Authors: S.S. Markiyanova, A.A. Kotlyarov, L.V. Vankova
Organization: Mordovian State University
Summary:

We’ve studied the efficacy of using siccine acid nitrates in clinical course of experimental myocardial infarction and pancreatitis. It was revealed thatanimals with myocardial injury and hypodinamia, siccine acid nitrates put obstacles in the way of increasing activity in the process of peroxide oxidation lipids, and cause moderate activation ofanti-oxidant protection.

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