Dorota Dabrowska

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Clinical and radiological investigations were performed for 2,258 aluminum workers exposed to fluoride for an average of 17.6 yr (standard deviation = 7.6). Changes in bone and joints were presented in detail in three groups: (1) exposed up to 5 yr (135 cases), (2) exposed from 6-32 yr (1,463 cases), and (3) retired workers (660 cases). A semiquantitative(More)
AIM The practice of relieving pain during childbirth with epidural or combined spinal-epidural analgesia is very widespread in the major Western countries, and is increasing in Italy. There are, however, numerous complications of this practice for both the woman and the mechanism of the labour. The aim of our study was to evaluate the short and long term(More)
The applicability of a newly-designed PCR primer pair in examination of methanogenic Archaea in a digester treating plant biomass was evaluated by Ribosmal Intergenic Spacer Analysis (RISA). To find a suitable approach, three variants of RISA were tested: (1) standard, polyacrylamide gel-based, (2) automated, utilized capillary electrophoresis (GA-ARISA),(More)
A tracheal rupture is a rare complication of tracheal intubation. Risk factors include advanced age, COBP and corticosteroid therapy. The direct causes of the rupture are difficult tracheal intubation, particularly with a stylet inside the tube and overdistension of the cuff of the tracheal tube. The case of a 73-year-old woman with a tracheal rupture after(More)
The formation and release of neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) discovered in 2004 by Volker Brinkmann and Arturo Zychlinsky cast a new light on the role of neutrophils in the non-specific immune response of the body. This discovery has resulted in the rapid development of neutrophil studies in different bacterial and autoimmune diseases as well as(More)
The paper deals with recovering bandand energy-limited signals from a finite set of perturbed inner products involving the prolate spheroidal wavefunctions. The measurement noise (bounded by δ) and jitter meant as perturbation of the ends of the integration interval (bounded by γ) are considered. The upper and lower bounds on the radius of information are(More)
The goal of this paper is to point out the differences between jitter (the perturbations in sampling points reading) and the measurement errors. In some cases jitter may have significantly smaller influence on the radius of information than the measurement error. The class of Lipschitz functions is considered and two problems, integration and approximation,(More)