N. A. Osipova

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Ceruloplasmin and laprote based on natural protein antioxidants were used in the treatment and prevention of postoperative complications in 174 patients after extensive interventions for cancer. Development of pyoseptic complications during the postoperative period is associated with activation of lipid peroxidation, decreased functional activity of the(More)
Lornoxicam (xefocam) as an agent of perioperative antinociceptive defense was studied and compared with other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) (ketorolac, ketoprofen). A comparative study was performed in 140 cancer surgical patients who were mainly middle-aged and elderly (51 +/- 10.9 years) and who had various concomitant diseases (ASA(More)
Investigations were made at surgical treatment stages in 102 cancer patients (mean age 72 +/- 5.8 years) at high cardiovascular risk, who received continuous therapy that reduced heart rate and blood pressure, in order to compensate for the course of coronary heart disease and arterial hypertension. The time course of changes in the major circulatory and(More)
The paper summarizes the results of 10 years' experience in using the biocompatible antioxidant ceruloplasmin in cancer patients to prevent and treat life-threatening complications in critical states caused by various complications after extensive surgical interventions for malignant tumors or massive intraoperative blood loss. Hemorrhagic shock-complicated(More)
A procedure has been developed and tested to prevent and treat postoperative pain syndrome during extensive thoracoabdominal surgery for esophageal cancer. The procedure is based on the preventive (12 hours before anesthesia and surgery) application of Durogesic (fentanyl transdermal therapeutic system (TTS)) at an opioid release rate of 50 microg/h for 72(More)
The authors summarize positive experience gained in the use of preventive anesthesia in oncosurgery. The new trend in anesthesiology has been developed at P. A. Herzen Institute of Oncology since the end of the eighties. A peripheral analgesic (aspisol, ketoprofene, ketorolac, etc.) was added to traditional premedication and anesthesia protocols in 522(More)
The efficiency of the most rational antithrombotic, rheological, and antiischemic agents was evaluated: low-molecular heparin fraxiparin, nonsteroid antiinflammatory drug ketoprofene (ketonal), perfluorane, and antikininogen contrycal. Twenty-eight patients divided into 3 groups were examined before, during, and after extensive interventions with(More)