Alexey Volodchenko

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INTRODUCTION: There is ample current research on new methods of treatment for spinal cord infarc-tion. In this respect, in recent years, recombinant erythropoietin (REP) has been gaining increasing interest among medical professionals; REP is a drug with proven protective activity in response to ischemia of different organs and tissues including the brain(More)
The study of erythrocytes of 80 men showed that adrenaline (10−10–10−6 g/mL) and phenylephrine (10−10–10−6 g/mL) dose-dependently increase the rate of agglutination of erythrocytes, judging by the decrease in the start time of agglutination, whereas ginipral (10−10–10−7 g/mL), on the contrary, decreases it. The effect of adrenaline and phenylephrine is(More)
We studied the effects of analogues of endogenous sensitizer of β-adrenergic receptors histidine (10–4 g/ml) and mildronate (10–5 g/ml) and endogenous β-adrenoreceptor blocker propranolol (10–6 g/ml) on adrenoreactivity of erythrocytes in men assessed by changes in the rate of erythrocyte agglutination under the infl uence of epinephrine (10–10-10–6 g/ml).(More)
199 Previously it was shown that adrenaline decreased in vitro agglutination of erythrocytes in men [10] and nonpregnant women [5, 10]. In pregnant women, it does not affect the agglutination rate; in parturient women, increases agglutination [5]. This indicates that the adrenergic reactivity of erythrocytes changes during pregnancy. This means that(More)
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