A I Evtiukhin

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The report discusses whether transcranial electrostimulation in cancer patients can be accepted. A number of tumors were inhibited in an experiment using 120 rats. The procedure used in 80 cancer patients was followed by favorable changes in the concentration of several hormones. The antinociceptive action of electrostimulation is similar to that of(More)
The modifying influence of anaestesia on tumourigenic process (its stimulative or inhibitory effect upon tumour and metastasis growth) was established. It may occur indirectly, i.e. through endocrine link of the host-tumour system, and due to cytostatic effect of the anaesthetic drug (fluothane in particular).
The authors report the data on changes in some indices of the hemodynamics, red blood, total blood serum protein, the circulatory volume and amount of the operative blood loss in radical surgical treatment of patients with cancer of the esophagus and cardia. Depending on the kind of anesthesia all patients were subdivided into three groups: in the first(More)
The data on a complex radionuclide examination of veins of lower extremities carried out in the course of diagnosis of phlebothrombosis in cases of cancer of cervix uteri are presented. Radionuclide measurements with 125I-fibrinogen were carried out for diagnosis of venous thrombosis in lower extremities in 38 surgical patients and the signs of thrombosis(More)
Various methods of total anesthesia for colonoscopy in cancer patients, carried out in a outpatient setting, are compared. Diprivane and dormicum were used as monoanesthesia and in combinations with ketamine and fentanyl. Diprivane anesthesia was the optimal as regards the velocity of recovery of psychophysiological functions. Ketamine was acknowledged(More)
Ten methods of intravenous anesthesia for dental treatment were used in 6504 patients in an outpatient setting. Drug doses were assessed in 504 patients and complications caused by anesthesia analyzed. Intravenous anesthesia with combinations of diprivan, diazepam (relanium), calipsol, and tramal is preferable. The most prevalent complication of anesthesia(More)
11-Oxycorticosteroids levels were determined in 371 patients with breast, stomach and rectal cancer in the process of surgical treatment. More pronounced reaction of the adrenal cortex to surgical stress and/or time-delayed restoration of the hormone level within the next few days were found in older patients. Resistance to inhibition by dexamethasone in(More)
Based on the data of 185 patients the immediate results of surgical treatment for rectal cancer are discussed. The total number of intraoperative complications was 6.5%. Postoperatively, complications were noted in 65.2%. The authors consider the dependence of complications on such factors as sex, age, patients' obesity, stage of the process and the kind of(More)