Viktor A Dmitriev

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Aim of the study was to compare numbers of episodes of excess hypocoagulation and bleeding with warfarin dosing based on pharmacogenetic testing and traditional method in patients with high risk of thromboembolic complications. In 76 patients (43 men and 33 women aged 60.3 +/- 12.3 years) warfarin was administered starting with the dose calculated according(More)
AIM To assess an association of uric acid level with preclinical target organ damage in patients with hypertensive disease (HD). SUBJECTS AND METHODS The trial enrolled 100 patients (63 men and 37 women) with Stage I-II HD at moderate and high risk for cardiovascular events (CVEs). The mean age of the patients was 44.9 +/- 1.3 years. Their medical history(More)
The authors discuss the diagnostic value of a test for total serum antioxidant activity determined by an electrochemistry method on a liquid chromatograph (without a column), by using an amperometric detector, as well as the composition of the endogenously synthesized hydrophilic and hydrophobic acceptors of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Uric acid is a(More)
—In this work, we analyze modified bowtie nanoantennas with polynomial sides in the excitation and emission regimes. In the excitation regime, the antennas are illuminated by an incident plane wave, and in the emission regime, the excitation is fulfilled by infinitesimal electric dipole positioned in the gap of the nanoantennas. Several antennas with(More)
AIM To study the indices of nonspecific inflammation (C-reactive protein--CRP, interleukine 6--IL-6) in patients with essential hypertension (EH) as compared to a circadian profile of blood pressure (BP); changes of CRP in the course of therapy with indapamide-retard and ACE inhibitor perindopril. MATERIAL AND METHODS The trial enrolled 81 patients with(More)
In philogenesis, due to the failure to store a great deal of carbohydrates in vivo as glycogen, all animal species began synthesizing from glucose palminitic fatty acid and depositing it as triglycerides. During biological dysfunction of exotrophy (long starvation, early postnatality, hibernation), cells also accomplish a reverse synthesis of glucose from(More)