Elena E. Kalinina

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Whether the main points of treatment for bronchial obstructive syndrome (BOS) in chronic obstructive lung disease (COLD) can be adapted for patients with pulmonary tuberculosis (PT) was studied. For this purpose, 435 patients with PT with signs of BOS (forced expiratory volume at 1 second (FEV1) < 80% of the normal values) were examined. To establish(More)
Characteristics of distribution of cholinergic and adrenoceptor structures along the sinoatrial node artery in rat heart were evaluated by autoradiography on semithin sections by determining the density of 3H-dihydroalprenolol and 3H-quinuclidinyl benzilate binding sites. The relative density of binding sites for 3H-dihydroalprenolol and 3H-quinuclidinyl(More)
The distribution of pacemaker cells along the sinus node artery was studied under conditions of short-term culturing using intracellular glass microelectrodes. The functional borders of the central and peripheral parts of the sinoatrial node were determined. The relationship between the position of the central part of the sinoatrial node and the patterns of(More)
Among 506 parasagittal meningiomas, 3 histological types: typical, atypical, and anaplastic ones were identified, which differ in malignancy, as evidenced by varying incidence rates of postoperative recurrences in these groups, and amounted to 11, 34.7, and 100%, respectively. The likelihood of postoperative recurrences of parasagittal meningiomas are(More)
The location of dominant pacemaker region in isolated rat sinoatrial node in the presence of different concentrations of norepinephrine is determined by intracellular recording of action potential. A linear relationship is revealed between the concentration of norepinephrine and the shift of pacemaker zone along the node axis within physiological(More)
Distribution of 3H-dopamine and 3H-DAGO binding sites was studied by autoradiography on semithin sections of total preparations of rat sinoatrial node. The relative density of 3H-dopamine and 3H-DAGO binding sites in the functional nucleus of the sinoatrial node was minimum and increased in the cranial and caudal directions. The level of 3H-dopamine binding(More)
The topography of distribution of 3H-dihydroalprenolol, 3H-quinucledinyl benzilate, 3H-dopamine, and 3H-DAGO binding sites in the central part of the sinoatrial node in rat heart was studied by autoradiography after electrophysiological identification of the dominant pacemaker region location. Receptor asymmetry between the lateral and median regions of the(More)
This paper aims at the analysis of the "sustainability status" of an electronic patient record system developed at the Medical Informatics Laboratory of the N. N. Burdenko Neurosurgical Institute (EPR/NSI). It includes some of the principles that allowed a small team of developers to create a sustainable EPR system for a large medical institution with(More)
This presentation is the first report about development of Electronic Patient Record System (EPRS) for N.N. Burdenko Neurosurgical Institute (NSI). This EPR system is the core of Integrated Automatic Information System intended to support all business processes running in the Institute. A new technology for developing information systems in poorly(More)