Vitaly Lazarev

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The authors examined central and cerebral hemodynamics in children during gynecological laparoscopic interventions. The course of 64 anesthesias was analyzed in girls aged 3 to 16 years, who had undergone laparoscopic surgery. Central hemodynamics was studied by tetrapolar rheography on a Diamant apparatus; cerebral oximetry was examined on a Critikon RedOx(More)
The investigation evaluated the effect of various volatile anesthetics on cerebral blood volume and oxygen status in sick children at the stage of anesthesia induction. Ninety-two children were distributed into 3 groups: Groups 1 (n = 36) and 2 (n = 24) underwent stepwise induction with halothane and enflurane, respectively. Group 3 (n = 32) had vital(More)
The effect of reamberin (1.5% solution of succinic acid and ion complex) on the oxygenation status of the brain was studied in children aged 1 - 14 years during recovery from anesthesia. It is established that reamberin in a dose of 2 ml/kg administered twice at the end of an operation increases the fraction of oxidized hemoglobin and cytochrome oxidase and(More)
The study investigates the influence of Voluven 6% and HAES-steril 10% on the hemodynamics and organism water balance of 40 children from 3 months to 17 years of age, which were divided into two groups according to the type of the administered colloid. It is acquired that infusion of colloids with 1:3 ratio compared to crystalloids in general volume of(More)
The nonionic radioopaque ultravist and the high-molar radioopaque verograffin were studied for their effects on the blood osmotic status of children with lower renal concentrating function. A total of 36 children aged 8 months to 12 years who had pyelonephritis, hydronephrosis and renal injury at their acute stage were studied angiographically under general(More)
RESEARCH OBJECTIVE To compare haemodynamic effects of general anaesthesia in combination with epidural block and without it during kidney transplantation in Pediatric patients. METHODS 61 Pediatric patients undergoing kidney transplantation were divided into two groups. General anaesthesia with sevoflurane, propofol, phentanilum and regional ropivacaine(More)
The possibility of using 1.5% succinic acid solution (reamberin) in order to activate recovery from anesthesia was studied in a group of 91 patients aged 1-14 years. Based on clinical data and BIS-index, it is established that the administration of reamberin during exit from anesthesia stage shortens the wake-up period, decreases the time of restoration of(More)
The problems of hypothermia in the perioperative period, which are one of the most important ones in pediatric practice, in babies in particular, are solved, by using a broad spectrum of methods for preventing and correcting the patients' thermal balance. Convection heating systems exercise an on-line control over the baby's thermal regime during a surgical(More)