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The efficiency of bilidase (hyaluronidase preparation) was studied in guinea pigs with experimental postburn cicatrices. Bilidase promoted normalization of the structure and histochemical picture of new cicatricial tissue. The drug can be used for the treatment of hypertrophic postburn cicatrices.
The administration of drugs influencing disordered haemostasis (heparin, nicotinic acid, thrental, phytin and alpha-tocopherol) to patients with burn injuries caused a 43 per cent shortening of the period of treatment. Necrotic eschar separated 7-9 days earlier and the periods necessary to prepare the burn wounds for surgical repair were shortened by 5(More)
The white breedless rats have been investigated in conditional reflex activity restoration dynamics, exercise tolerance and prominence of oxidative stress after local burn injury of skin and effectiveness of Plaferon use, administered in the first three days after burn injury modeling. One day before administration the background values and the following(More)
The present work is based on the analyses of treatment of 512 patients (228 adults and 224 children) with severe, critical and subcritical thermal injuries in the period from 1998 till 2005. Significant increase of the prevalence of patients with severe and critical burns was revealed in the general structure of the burn traumatisms. There is suggestive(More)
The purpose of the given work was studying influence of a preparation Plaferon on the process of healing burned wounds. Experiments was carried out on 30 rats Wistar (the mass of body 220-250 g), that was divided into 3 groups: 1st group (control) -burns without treatment, 2nd group - treatment only with Dermazin, 3rd group - treatment with Dermazin and(More)
Strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa were isolated from patients treated in the Centre of Thermal Affections in 1985-1989. It was shown that 72.9, 59.3, 33.8 and 54.2 per cent of the isolates were sensitive to cefotaxime, tobramycin, gentamicin and polymyxin, respectively. The study of pathogenicity factors of the isolates revealed that 83 per cent of the(More)