Albert Sultanov

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Kazakhstan is highly endemic for echinococcosis. Both Echinococcus granulosus and E. multilocularis are widely distributed in the country. Official records of human cystic echinococcosis over the past 5-10 years suggest a stable incidence of approximately 800-1000 cases per year, which is 5 cases per 100,000 per year. This followed a rapid increase in the(More)
Combinations of conventional serological methods and new ELISA procedures were evaluated to develop the most efficient and effective diagnostics for the detection of brucellosis in humans and animals. Sera from humans (n=249) and animals (n=99) were collected from brucellosis endemic areas (Zhambyl district and Enbekshi-Kazakh district of Almaty region in(More)
The results of total esophagoplasty in cicatricial stenoses of the esophagus and pharynx are analysed. The technical details of formation of the pharyngeal anastomosis with consideration for the anatomo-physiological peculiarities of the pharynx are explained. The method of pharyngoesophagoplasty in combined cicatricial affections of the esophagus and(More)
Fish borne trematodes are an important cause of morbidity in Kazakhstan. The number of human cases of opisthorchiidosis (infection with parasites of the family opisthorchiidae) reached a peak of 2521 recorded cases (17 cases per 100,000) in 2002 with a gradual decline to 1225 cases (7.4 cases per 100,000) in 2011. Most human cases are found in the north and(More)
The pharmacokinetics of a new cobalt-containing complex medicinal preparation (Co-101) in rats was studied by a radionuclide method. The labeled drug was prepared using a radioactive solution of 57CoCl2. The radioactive cobalt-57 isotope was obtained by means of cyclotron irradiation of a nickel target enriched with the nickel-58 isotope and introduced into(More)
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