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UNLABELLED The aim of the work was to determine the frequency of the overgrowth bacterial syndrome (OBS) in the small intestine in patients with postcholecystectomical syndrome (PHES) justify the need for correction of the microflora and to assess the effectiveness of rifaximin at a dose of 800 and 1200 mg/day. MATERIALS AND METHODS With the help of the(More)
AIM To define frequency of onset of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth syndrome (SIBOGS) in patients with postcholecystectomy syndrome (PCS); to substantiate necessity of microflora correction and assess efficacy of rifaximine in the doses 800 and 1200 mg/day. MATERIAL AND METHODS A breath hydrogen test (BHT) was made in 82 PCS patients. Rifaximine was(More)
The article presents the literature data concerning the pathogenesis and clinical manifestations as postcholecystectomical syndrome and syndrome of bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine (ARIS). Was provided information on the microflora of the small intestine and factors affecting its formation. It is shown that the main clinical manifestations of(More)
In survey presented literature data about etiology, pathogenesis and clinical course of the syndrome of excess intestinal bacterial growth. Is produced information about intestinal microflora and its unfavorable changes in various environmental influences. Is showed that main clinical findings of the syndrome are formed by influence of disturbances of(More)
In article clinical observation of the patient of 17 years with developmental anomaly of a duodenum-megabulbus, transferred in the early neonatal period operative treatment concerning congenital impassability of a duodenum in connection with its atresia, and generated after diseases of upper gastrointestinal and biliary tract is presented.
UNLABELLED OBJECTIVE. To determine the frequency of the syndrome of excessive bacterial growth in patients with cholecystectomy and PL, justify the need for correction of intestinal microflora and to assess the effectiveness of rifaksimin decontamination. MATERIAL AND METHODS The study involved 35 patients with gallstone disease (GSD) (3 men, 32 women,(More)
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