V V Estrin

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Alongside with a positive clinical effect, hemosorption (HS) leads to the elimination of humoral immunity factors (Ig, FN) from the blood, having no effect on the phagocytic activity of leukocytes. Massive immunocorrection in doses 2-3 times higher than the age-matched ones, increases considerably the levels of IgG and FN. Immunomodulating effect of HS is(More)
The changes in free-radical processes have been studied using peroxide chemiluminescence of the blood sera in patients with meconial-aspiration syndrome on controlled lung ventilation and in the newborns with severe forms of sepsis. Monitoring of free-radical processes may be used for the diagnosis and prediction of septic shock and hemosorption(More)
A comparative study of the impact of neuroleptanalgesia (NLA) and epidural anesthesia on lipid peroxidation (LPO) in the blood plasma and erythrocyte membranes has demonstrated that NLA has a more marked inhibitory effect on LPO. This type of anesthesia is characterized by effective protection of erythrocyte membranes, with intraoperative hemodynamic(More)
An impact on the immune system is a principally new trend in optimizing the prevention and treatment of neonatal sepsis. The purpose of the case study was to investigate the clinical efficiency of neipogene. The study comprised 33 mature newborns with respiratory pathology and perinatal CNS lesion, who were at the artificial lung ventilation (ALV).(More)
The changes in some parameters of the metabolic status have been studied in mature newborns with meconial aspiration syndrome on prolonged controlled lung ventilation and parenteral nutrition given according to different schemes. Early correction of metabolism by individual adjustment of doses of the preparations used for parenteral nutrition correlates(More)
The morphological structure of erythrocytes was studied using electron microscopy in babies with sepsis. It has been shown that in mild forms of the disease the deformed cells consisted mainly of erythrocytes capable of reversible transformation, while in babies with severe forms of sepsis and especially in those who died of sepsis the deformed cells were(More)