B D Babadzhanov

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The authors describe results of treatment of 117 patients with obstetric and gynecological peritonites. The first group consisted of 43 patients treated by conventional methods. The second group included 74 patients treated by unguent sanitation of the abdominal cavity and prolonged intraarterial catheter (PIAC) against the background of unguent sanitation.(More)
Experiments were conducted on 63 healthy mongrel dogs to study the character of structural changes in the mucous membrane of the stomach in 50% obstruction of the celiac trunk (21), protracted gradual obstruction of the celiac trunk (22), and protracted gradual occlusion of the celiac trunk and cranial mesenteric artery (20). The authors revealed a direct(More)
The analyses of treatment results in 82 patients with general purulent peritonitis are presented. In these patients long-term intraarterial catheter therapy (IACT) was included in the complex of postoperative treatment after elimination of infection source. Postoperative peritonitis was in 66 patients, 52 patients of them underwent reoperations for(More)
A retrospective comparative analysis of results of surgical treatment of 245 patients with postoperative peritonitis was made. In 114 patients (control group) furacin was used for sanitation of the abdominal cavity, and in 131 patients (main group) sanitation of the abdominal cavity was performed with water-soluble antibacterial ointments. It was(More)
The preoperative preparation program based upon the experience of treating 465 patients with acute pyonecrotizing diseases of lungs was developed. This system takes into account the stage of the disease (I--septic, II--stabilization, III--remission), endotoxicosis intensity and non respiratory activity of the affected lung (NRAL). The patients of the first(More)
The condition of metabolic processes in the brain during the development of experimental peritonitis was studied in experiments on 100 unisexual pubertal rats weighting from 250 to 300 g. Blood samples were studied for the content of total protein, albumin, urea, total lipids, cholesterol, B-lipoproteins, and glucose with calculation of the arteriovenous(More)
The article discusses the results of treatment of 327 patients with generalized peritonitis in the toxic and terminal stages. The patients were divided conditionally into three groups. In the first group (42 patients) treatment consisted in routine cleansing of the abdominal cavity with drainage and introduction of antibiotics into it in the postoperative(More)