A. V. Sipkin

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Targeted effects of magnetic nanoparticles were studied. Solution with iron-containing nanosubstance was applied to resected nasal bone and cartilage tissues. Magnetic field was generated by a Polus-101 device for low-frequency magnetotherapy, which provided permanent work of one inductor (10.14±19.56 mT). The results indicate that magnetic nanoparticles(More)
The objective of this study was to assess the appropriateness of using local antibacterial therapy in the postoperative period following rhinosurgical interventions based on the results of hemiluminescent, microbiological, and cytological studies. They included 20 patients who had underwent surgical intervention in the nasal cavity. The control group(More)
The objective of this study was to evaluate results of the new therapeutic modality for the management of chronic neurosensory loss of hearing based on the use of caviton. The open randomized study involved 50 patients. Criteria for the efficiency of therapy included the patients' complaints, self-evaluation of tympanophonia based on the visual-analogous(More)
The literature review of the methods for application of magnetic nanoparticles in different fields of medicine is presented. The paper summarizes the 40 year-long experience of Russian and foreign scientists with the use of magnetic suspensions, liquids, and particles with magnetic carriers from 10 to 1000 nm in diameter. Results of recent studies are(More)
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