«European Journal of Medicine» – international scientific Journal.

E-ISSN 2310-3434

Publication frequency – once a year.
Issued from 2013.

1 March 31, 2015


1. Maradi A. Burduli
Ozone Therapy in Treatment of Female Infertility

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 4-14.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.4CrossRef

Abstract:
Ozone therapy and physiotherapy have been successfully used in obstetric practice. The paper summarizes the results of studies on the use of ozone therapy in the postoperative rehabilitation of gynecological patients operated on for female infertility of various origins. Biomechanisms systemic impact methods of ozone therapy on the human body to meet the requirements of the tactics of the impact on the etiopathogenic mechanisms of chronic inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs and their complications. It is advisable to wider use of ozone therapy in the complex treatment standards gynecological patients. Postoperative rehabilitation, including ozone therapy, can have a significant impact on the clinical course of gynecological and extragenital pathology, pregnancy rate and its outcomes.

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2. Elena C. Koloskova, Tetiana M. Bilous, Roman I. Goncharuk
Management Features of Asthma in Children Under the Deletion Polymorphism of Genes Gstt1 and Gstm1

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 15-21.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.15CrossRef

Abstract:
It has been performed complex examination of 50 school-aged children with bronchial asthma, which included a study of acetylation phenotype and a determination of deletions in the genes of glutathione-S-transferase (GSTM1 and GSTT1). The study has shown that in children with slow acetylation phenotype and the absence of deletions in genes GSTT1 and GSTM1 аssociates with poor control of the disease that requires increased anti-inflammatory therapy with an emphasis on higher "step". When using the ACT test for the assessment of asthma control often determined by the underestimation of their child's condition, indicating that about the need for the objectification of control of the disease with the help of spirographic method and subsequent correction of the basic therapy.

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3. Romualdas K. Malinauskas, Vilija A. Malinauskiene
Indicators of Empathy Display among Future Physiotherapists

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 22-28.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.22CrossRef

Abstract:
This article deals with questions of indicators of empathy display among future physiotherapists. Two methods were used to carry out the survey: V. Boiko empathy abilities questionnaire has been used to identify empathy components’ levels and I. Jusupov’s questionnaire of empathy level diagnostics has been used to identify empathy general level. The random sample size consists of 203 future physiotherapists. Participants comprised 119 students of 1st year and 84 students of 4th year full-time physiotherapy studies of Lithuanian Sports University. It was determined that, in comparison with 1st year students of physiotherapy studies, general empathy level of 4th year students is higher. 1st and 4th year students of physiotherapy studies statistically significant differ according to these empathy components: cognitive empathy, affective empathy, attitudes towards empathy and empathic identification. Levels of these indicators of 4th year students are higher than those of 1st year students.

URL: http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1428490439.pdf
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4. Bogdan V. Petriuk, Ruslan I. Sydorchuk, Oleh Y. Khomko, Larysa P. Sydorchuk, Tatiyana A. Petriuk, Bogdan O. Khomko
The Canges of Burned Wounds Microbiocenosis Under Intratissue Electrophoresis of Antibacterial Remedies

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 29-33.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.29CrossRef

Abstract:
The efficacy of intratissue electrophoresis of antibacterial remedies was studied in multimodal treatment of 25 patients with burns of II-III stages with square from 7 % to 12 % of body's surface. It's determined that its using doesn't significantly influence the species composition of the burned wounds microflora but reliably decrease their microbial contamination and increase microorganisms' sensitivity to many antibiotics, improve course of wound healing process, stimulate reparative regeneration. This positively influence terms of burned surface elimination and generally treatment of burned patients.

URL: http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1428490544.pdf
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5. Nazgul Y. Sarsekeyeva
Opportunistic Diseases in Hiv-Infected Patients

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 34-39.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.34CrossRef

Abstract:
The article analyzes the data in the literature the most common opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients. The results of analysis of outpatients patients with HIV-infection are at a dispensary in the SI “Karaganda regional center for the prevention and control of AIDS”. Analyzed the prevalence of HIV-infection in the Republic of Kazakhstan, including Karaganda region for 2012-2013. The statistical data of deaths among people with AIDS in the Republic of Kazakhstan, mortality from tuberculosis HIV-infected patients in the Karaganda region.

URL: http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1428490755.pdf
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6. Alina Sokolenko, Larysa Sydorchuk, Maxim Sokolenko
Changes in Peripheral Hemodynamics and Clinical Symptoms in Patients With Arterial Hypertension and Abdominal Obesity Under the Influence of Treatment, Depending on Genes’ Polymorphism

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 40-47.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.40CrossRef

Abstract:
In 110 patients with essential arterial hypertension (EAH) and overweight or abdominal obesity (AO) analyzed changes of peripheral hemodynamics and clinical signs under the influence of treatment, depending on genes’ polymorphism of the Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE, I/D) and the Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma-2 (PPAR-2, Pro12Ala). Under the combined treatment the "target" office blood pressure (BP) was achieved in 72.8 % subjects, the "adequate" reduction of BP – in 82.6 % patients. Depending on the EAH severity: "target" BP achieved in 100% patients with EAH I stage vs 76.2 % in person with EAH II stage (p=0.019) and 53.1 % – with EAH III stage (p=0.002). "Target" average daily BP24, daily BPd and nighttime BPn were achieved in 70.0 % patients (prevail those with EAH I-II stages by 47.1 % and 21.2 % (p=0.049), respectively, in I-allele carriers of ACE gene – by 17,9% (p=0.048) and Ala-allele carriers of PPAR-2 gene by 38.9 % (p=0.036).

URL: http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1428491518.pdf
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7. Svetlana Tarnavska
Immunological Features of Severe Bronchial Asthma in Children with Different Acetylation Types

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 48-52.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.48CrossRef

Abstract:
Conducting a comprehensive clinical and paraclinical examinations of 53 children with severe asthma made it possible to establish the relative increase in the content of CD 22-lymphocytes (relative risk – 2.1 odds ratio - 3.8) and interleukin-5 (relative risk – 1.8 odds ratio - 3.4) in the serum of the patients with fast acetylatic status that reflected the implementation of the respiratory tract eosinophilic inflammation. In children with a slow acetylation phenotype severe asthma probably has been formed with the participation of other mechanisms that reflected the correlation of IL-8 with increased functional activity of blood neutrophils according to NBT-test (r = 0,5; p <0, 05) and bronchial hyperresponsiveness (r = 0,9; p <0,05).

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8. Manoj Kumar Yadav, Swati Tyagi, Shaily Javeria, Raveesh Kumar Gangwar, Ramesh Singh
Evaluation of the Efficacy of Different Fungicide for the Management of Alternaria Leaf Spot Disease of Chilli

European Journal of Medicine, 2015, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 53-56.
DOI: 10.13187/ejm.2015.7.53CrossRef

Abstract:
Alternaria leaf spot of chilli caused by Alternaria alternate is an important disease affecting chilly production areas in India. The disease is primarily controlled through the use of fungicidal seed treatments. In this study, different fungicides viz. Captol, Captan, Ziram, Captofol, Thiram, Indofill Z 78 and Indofill Z 45 were assessed for their ability to reduce the growth of Alternaria alternata under laboratory conditions. Maximum inhibition (100%) was achieved by Captol and capton followed by captofol (89.5 %) while 0.1 % dose given. This paper reports the efficacy of fungicides that can be used under field conditions to control alternaria leaf spot in tropical regions and demonstrates the use of a method of application that could significantly improve the efficacy of disease control.

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