Myroslav Lutsyk

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Approximately, twenty years ago, the Rare Cancer Network (RCN) was formed in Lausanne, Switzerland, to support the study of rare malignancies. The RCN has grown over the years and now includes 130 investigators from twenty-four nations on six continents. The network held its first international symposium in Nice, France, on March 21-22, 2014. The(More)
An attempt was made to reveal the mechanisms of adaptation of the human brain to fractional hypoxic load. With this in mind, the dynamics of spontaneous EEG was studied in a 10% hypoxic test performed before and after a course of normobaric hypoxic training. It was shown that under acute hypoxic conditions, the electrical activity of the brain is switched(More)
It was discovered that brain adaptation to long-term hypoxia operates primarily through lowering frequency of dominating spontaneous activity. EEG parameters can help in assessment of acute hypoxia and predict effectiveness of hypoxic therapy. Patients with definite response to rhythmic photostimulation in the range of alpha-activity tolerate hypoxia well.(More)
The paper presents the results of examination and treatment of 147 patients in the early phase of severe acute intoxications with neurotropic poisons. The use of the methods of assessing the bioelectrical activity of the brain has been found to objectively evaluate the degree of CNS suppression, to clarify the nature of the damaging action of a toxic agent,(More)
In the investigation of the cholinergic activity of thione analogs of organophosphorus inhibitors (OPI) the reversible nature of the inhibitory action on cholinesterase (ChE) was demonstrated [1]. It is known that the presence of thione sulfur (P = S) in the OPI molecule, on account of its acceptor capacity in the formation of a hydrogen bond, does not(More)
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