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A topometameric classification of mechanical injuries of the locomotor apparatus has been developed specially for the traumatologist's automatic information and retrieval system (TAIRS). The classification is intended for formalized characterization of mechanical injuries. The purpose of making this formalized diagnosis of an injury is to obtain an injury… (More)
The results of calculation the average cost of complex surgical treatment of 52 patients with neuroischemic form of diabetic foot syndrome (Wagner 3, 4) are presented in the article. Calculation was performed in the program "Computer-aided system for calculation of patient's treatment cost" developed in A.V. Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery. This program… (More)
Magnetotherapy effects on visual functions (vision acuity and field), on retinal bioelectric activity, on conductive vision system, and on intraocular circulation were studied in 88 patients (160 eyes) with optic nerve atrophy. A Soviet Polyus-1 low-frequency magnetotherapy apparatus was employed with magnetic induction of about 10 mT, exposure 7-10 min,… (More)
The traumatologist's automatic information retrieval system (TAIRS) is a package of programmes and a database, which are implemented on the basis of informational models of mechanical and thermal injuries of the locomotor apparatus and hyperreactive adaptation syndromes in posttraumatic emergencies. TAIRS envisages operation in the following areas: 1)… (More)
The traumatologist's automatic informational and retrieval system permits one to make a diagnosis of injuries in a patient and to have recommendations on their treatment, as well as to analyze injury-related nonspecific adaptation syndromes of the locomotor apparatus, which are laid into the system of informational models.