Józef Gaweł

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Bronchial secretions from 191 children with various respiratory diseases and from 7 healthy controls were tested for concentration of ceruloplasmin, haptoglobin and transferrin. Highest protein levels were observed in children with bronchiectasis and cystic fibrosis. The protein levels were correlated with the intensity of the inflammatory process.
Bronchial secretions from 207 children suffering from various pulmonary diseases and from 15 healthy controls were tested concentration of IgA, IgG, lactoferrin and lysozyme. The results obtained suggest that in many cases of chronic lung diseases in children the levels of lactoferrin and immunoglobulins, especially secretory IgA, are very low. In severe(More)
INTRODUCTION Eradication of Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P.a.) in patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) is possible if it is initiated in the early course of infection. Therefore, the detection of P.a. as early as possible is an important goal of care. Regular determination of antibodies to P.a. antigens in serum may be useful in patients who have not yet been(More)
Important factors decisive of the health resort's climatic characteristics are the results of aero-phenologic studies. These results take in account the different pollinating seasons of various plants, grasses and weeds. Quantification and qualification of air pollination using the volume method with a Burkhard analytical device. Basing on results the(More)
Selected parametres reflecting cellular and humoral immunity were analyzed in 98, 10 year-old children, who had been hospitalized during first 2 years of life because of bronchitis. In this group, 46 children suffered from obstructive bronchitis and 52 from other types of bronchitis. Serum immunoglobulins, complement components, and antiproteolytic factor(More)
Bronchial secretions obtained during bronchoscopic examination of 60 children suffering from respiratory tract infections were studied for the concentration of immunoglobulins, anti-proteolytic factors, lactoferrin, and lysozyme. Eleven children having bronchial asthma without a history of chronic or recurrent infections of the respiratory tract were(More)