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[External respiratory function in patients with spinal cord damage at the cervical and thoracic levels].
TLDR
Internal respiratory function was examined in 79 patients with spinal cord damage at the cervical and thoracic levels before and 1-3, 5-7 days after surgery and there was their regression by day 7, which was associated with deteriorated spinal cord function at surgery.
[Characteristics of certain components of the systemic inflammatory reaction in patients with diffusive peritonitis].
TLDR
The study showed that lactoferrin, plasminogen/plasmin and alpha 2-macroglobulin can be used, in a set, as informative indices of SIR, which indicates an unfavorable outcome of the disease beginning from the 1st postoperative day.
[The permeability of the hemato-encephalic barrier and the proteolytic potential of the cerebrospinal fluid in severe craniocerebral trauma].
TLDR
The studies indicate that early severe brain injury showed blood-brain barrier dysfunction whose severity can be detected by the spinal fluid levels of albumin, plasminogen, and alpha 2-macroglobulin and they are of practical value.
[Conduction analgesic techniques and a problem in safe anesthesia].
TLDR
Under regional anesthesia, all deaths were associated with the induction of epidural anesthesia, and regional anesthetic techniques are safer than general anesthetic ones.
[Status of cerebral perfusion pressure and cerebral oxygenation in the acute period after cranio-cerebral injury].
TLDR
The results indicate that continuous monitoring of CPP and CO helps control the time course of cerebral blood flow, thus promoting early detection and effective treatment of cerebral ischemia in critical patients.
[The content of the protein markers of hemato-encephalic barrier permeability in the cerebrospinal fluid in severe craniocerebral trauma].
TLDR
Endogenic protease-bound alpha 2-microglobulin may cause secondary cerebral tissue lesion, by closing the vicious circle, in patients with severe brain injury.
[An algorithm of respiratory management in the complex treatment and prevention of acute pulmonary lesions in patients with impairments of the central nervous system].
TLDR
The authors elaborated an algorithm of respiratory management (RM) based on the correlation of RM parameters with the actual and proper thoracopulmonary compliance (C) that provided for a more effective prevention and treatment of APL versus the routine RM.