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We sought to determine if ANSS used for evaluating pressure sore risk also correlate with rehabilitation outcome and length following hip arthroplasty in elderly patients. This was a retrospective study conducted in a geriatric rehabilitation department during 2009. ANSS, admission albumin serum levels, mini-mental state examination (MMSE) scores, discharge… (More)
The experiments on rats exposed separately and in combination to radiation and chemical substances showed that the time of body pesticide intake (the total dose) was the leading factor affecting the phagocytosis indices. A daily pesticide dose had a credible impact on some indices. The combined effect was formed primarily due to chemical compounds. In… (More)
A study was made of the chronic effect of pesticides, within a wide range of doses, combined with whole-body gamma-irradiation, on the content of carbohydrate-containing proteins of rat liver. The extent to which disturbances in the carbohydrate-containing protein metabolism were manifest was shown to depend upon dose and time of action of the damaging… (More)
In experiments on albino rats received strontium 90 in daily doses of 1.85 to 185 kBq/day the regularities of death were studied. It was shown that death of animals exposed to chronic internal radiation followed the Gomperz B. mortality law.
Albino male rats were divided into four groups and exposed to gamma-radiation (137Cs) for 80, 40, 20 and 10 days at dose rates of 0.25, 0.5, 1.0 and 2.0 Gy/day, respectively. The development of lesions and remote aftereffects was shown to depend upon conditions of formation of the absorbed dose. With fractionated irradiation at dose rates above 1.0 Gy/day… (More)
The results of the biochemical changes induced by 89Sr and 131I in a rat liver after their separate and combined administration within a wide range of doses are presented. Administered in a combination the radionuclides produced the additive effect when estimated by some indices, and more than additive, according to other tests.
The results are submitted concerning the biological effect of 89Sr and 131I delivered separately and in a combination within a wide dose range. 89Sr has proved to be the major contributor to the effect observed. The effect produced by the radionuclides delivered in a combination was lesser than additive.
In experiments with rats exposed to the combined radiation and chemical effects it was shown that fertilization of an ovum and the development of fetus did not vary from these indices in the controls. Viability of sucking rat pups isolated from poison did not vary from the controls as well. Sensitivity of posterity to the toxic effect of chlorophos and… (More)