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Prevalence of atrial fibrillation among patients attending our policlinic (2.44 and 3.78% in 2002 and 2009, respectively) was higher among men than among women and progressively increased with age achieving maximum in the group of patients aged more or equal 85 years. Paroxysmal and persistent forms were more frequent than permanent AF. Thromboembolic(More)
The psychological stability of traveling emergency care teams was under consideration. Reasons affecting, essentially, the human factor under the conditions of time deficit are presented on the basis of an analysis of the experience of the Research Center for Emergency Medical Care as well as on the basis of published data. The acting model of the(More)
S. S. Yudin paid much attention to the use of cadaveric blood in urgent medicine. While transfusing large amounts of blood (2-3 1) for pre- and intraoperative correction of hypovolemia, the danger of isoimmune reaction is reduced. Blood circulation measurement fluctuations while using both cadaveric and donor's blood are similar. However, the use of(More)
The preventive antiarrhythmic effect of a new derivative of selenium-containing aralkyl amines, i. e. selenofen-24, was compared with the routinely used drugs-novocainamide, isoptin and inderal. With respect to the preventive effect and spectrum of action selenofen-24 was shown to be advantageous on various experimental models of arrhythmias: aconitine,(More)
It has been demonstrated in an experimental calcium chloride model that piperidine-ethyl-selenophen belonging to the class of selenium derivatives is superior to isoptin in antiarrhythmic action. The drug shortens the duration of arrhythmia and reduces 2-3 times the time required for the recovery of heart rhythm, thereby raising the efficacy of therapy.