Alexander Oslislo

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The authors presented the frequency of urinary tract infection (u.t.i) in pregnancy in own practice. Additional complications in pregnancy with asymptomatic bacteriuria and acute pyelonephritis were described. Postnatal period of neonates born from mothers with u.t.i. in pregnancy were analyzed. The authors defined the frequency of intrauterine hypotrophy(More)
The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of L-thyroxine on prenatal lung maturation. Forty pregnant women with indications to preterm delivery were divided into two subgroups: A--30 patients suffering from insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, B--10 patients with other pathology of pregnancy. 500 micrograms L-thyroxine "Henning" was injected(More)
An evolving strategy for a multi-stage placement of charging stations for electrical cars is developed. Both an incremental as well as a decremental placement decomposition are evaluated on this Maximum Covering Location Problem. We show that an incremental Genetic Algorithm benefits from problem decomposition effects of having multiple stages and shows(More)
OBJECTIVES Epidemiological rates and the structure of malformations in live born infants from the II Chair and Clinic of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Zabrze in the year 1993-1998 are shown in this paper. MATERIAL AND METHODS 5898 newborns with weight over 500 g were examined. 341 histories of development of newborns with malformations were analysed.(More)
OBJECTIVES Transient evoked otoacoustic emission (TEOAE) is accepted as a good and universal test for screening of the cochlea function in newborns. This method is particularly useful in the newborn group with risk-factors of hearing losses. Early identification of the cochlear pathology gives possibility of supplying with hearing aid instrument and(More)
Transient evoked otoacoustic emission (TEOAE) is an accepted test for screening of the cochlea function in newborns. In this study 300 newborns was tested using TEOAE, as well as analysing such parameters as birth weight, Apgar scale, bilirubinaemia. The study indicated the tendency of TEOAE to decrease in newborns with low birth weight and low Apgar(More)
The aim of this work is an analysis of developmental defects in newborn infants, born in the Clinical Department of Pregnancy Pathology and Reproduction in Zabrze, during the 19 months of its existence. Difficulties in prenatal diagnosis of developmental defects are presented and their structure is discussed. The study included 1524 live born infants with(More)
A bibliography review concerning to mother and child care in "rooming-in" system (RI) was shown in this paper. Propagation of this form of care, main advantages of RI concerning breast-feeding promotion, organization of medical staff work and opinion of women in puerperium about the system were taken into consideration. There was also discussed "Humane(More)
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