A V Gorelov

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The role of influenza and parainfluenza viruses, respiratory syncytial viruses and adenoviruses in the etiological structure of morbidity in acute respiratory virus infections (ARVI) in children hospitalized during the 19 year period is analyzed. As the result of examination of 56,287 patients by direct immunofluorescent test, respiratory viruses were(More)
The screening of Campylobacter clinical isolates in ELISA with the use of nitrocellulose filters as solid phase has revealed the possibility of the detection of enterotoxins. The capacity for producing thermolabile enterotoxin has been found in 75.9%, Shiga-like enterotoxin in 56.4% and both enterotoxins in 31.3% of the tested C. jejuni and C. coli strains.(More)
The authors have studied the epidemiological importance of different paths and factors of the transmission of causative agents in the foci of campylobacteriosis, as well as the character and frequency of microbial associations detected in cases of campylobacteriosis. The family foci of campylobacteriosis have been epidemiologically studied and the detected(More)
The adhesive activity of C. jejuni isolated from feces of children with Campylobacter infection was studied with the use of a newly developed model. 47 clinical isolates were analyzed; of these, 91% were found to be enteroadhesive to a variable degree. As the result of in vitro studies, Campylobacter were found to have much greater tropism to colonic cells(More)
Sensitivity of 179 strains of thermophilic Campylobacter to 21 chemotherapeutic drugs was studied. Activity of the antibacterial agents against the pathogens was estimated by the MICs. The MIC50 and MIC90 were also determined. All the Campylobacter strains were sensitive to gentamicin, chloramphenicol, neomycin, furazolidone and furagin and resistant to(More)
The article deals with the findings of the complex estimate of the new synbiotic product "Life Harmony" to treat acute intestinal infection among children. The authors show that application of this product, containing B. bifidum, B. longum and L. casei strains, in the diet therapy of the acute intestinal infections of "the watery" type among children(More)
As the result of the study of stomatological status indices in children with gastroduodenal pathology associated with Helicobacter pylori it was established that caries incidence in children did not depend upon contamination while caries prevalence in examined children unlike caries incidence was associated with HP-status of the oral cavity. Patients with(More)