V. I. Pokryshkin

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Insulin, in a dose of 0.025 unit/kg, was injected into the anter ior and pos te r io r zones of the hypothalamus in cats anesthetized with urethane. Injection of insulin into both zones of the hypothalamus led to an increase in the amplitude of the p r ima ry positive and p r ima ry negative waves of potentials in the motor and auditory cortex and to(More)
The results of a double blind clinical study of pirprofen, as compared to piroxicam and placebo in 197 patients with rheumatoid arthritis, as compared to piroxicam in 200 patients with gonarthrosis and/or coxarthrosis, and as compared to naproxen in 165 patients with lumbar spondylosis, are reviewed. In rheumatoid arthritis, pirprofen (1200 mg daily) was(More)
Chronic experiments on rabbits have shown that microinjections of 30, 60 and 90 micrograms of petroleum hashish extract into the ventromedial hypothalamic nuclei and into the central gray matter of the midbrain depresses the negative motivated excitation (fear, pain) induced by electric stimulation of these structures or by electric shock. Injection of(More)
The paper is concerned with the assessment of glipizide action in 32 patients aged 34 to 68 suffering from diabetes mellitus with decompensation of metabolic processes. Good tolerance of the drug, its positive hypoglycemic action enhanced by its combined use with acetylsalicylic acid were noted. No convincing proofs of glipizide influence on(More)
A total of 43 patients aged 16-62 with moderately severe and severe type I diabetes mellitus of 2-27 years duration were observed. The patients were admitted to hospital with decompensation of metabolic processes. In order to achieve compensation monocomponent insulins were administered in an individual dose depending on the levels of glycemia and(More)
Comparative pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies on ortophen, a new Soviet antiinflammatory drug, and voltaren (Ciba-Geigy, Switzerland) were carried out in 73 patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Pharmacokinetics of both drugs was studied in 19 patients (9 patients were given voltaren, 10--ortophen). Pharmacokinetic difference was statistically(More)