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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)
To study the clinical presentation of the first episode of atrial fibrillation (AF), treatment tactics and its compliance with current recommendations, features of the further clinical course and prognosis in patients with AF we performed a retrospective study on data of Polyclinic No 1 of the General Management Department of the President of RF . We(More)
When discussing problems related to medical service in space flight, particular attention should be given to the specific living conditions and changes associated with space flight. In disease and injury, surgery can be provided only after conservative therapy has failed. In this context gnotobiological chambers allowing surgery in aseptic conditions seem(More)
At the final stage of long-term space flights first aid should be rendered in a specific way in cases of critical situations. Resuscitation and anesthesiology measures should be applied, if necessary, after study of flight-induced changes in the vital organs and systems. The paper describes the most important factors that should determine the tactics of(More)
The uncompromising struggle against drunkenness and alcoholism can be successful provided that not only social but also biomedical nature of the phenomenon is adequately understood. It is important to note that alcoholism is the most widespread type of drug addiction which results in the mental dependence on the induced euphoria state and deceptive(More)
The effect of intravenous injections of 20% mannitol in a dose of 1 g per kg of body weight at a rate of 5 ml/min on the central circulation and cardiac contractile function was investigated. The infusions were performed to 18 healthy male volunteers, who participated in a head-down tilt test at -8 degrees, during the control period, on days 3, 7 and 14 of(More)
After 7-day head-down tilt at --8 degrees six healthy male test subjects were exposed to leg anesthesia achieved by peridural anesthesia (3 subjects) and electroauriculoacuanalgesia (3 subjects), with circulation parameters being monitored. The anesthetic effect was not accompanied by significant changes in hemodynamics or homeostasis.