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The results of using regional infusion therapy in 17 patients with destructive pancreatitis are analyzed which appeared to be more effective, than the systemic infusion of drugs in stopping the symptoms of endotoxicosis leveling the functional insufficiency of the liver and kidneys, disturbances in hemodynamics and hemostasis. The best results have been… (More)
Acute pancreatitis is a severe and life-threatening surgical disease. There is no consensus of opinion on its treatments. The impact of epidural anesthesia on the course of pancreatitis in the first phase (enzymemia) was studied. There was evidence that the epidural block failed to affect the intoxication index, restored intestinal motility more promptly,… (More)
A study of metabolic, pathomorphological and electron microscopic pulmonary changes under clinico-experimental conditions made it possible to elucidate some problems related to the origin of postoperative pneumonias, and to outline ways of optimization of preventive methods for this complication.