Vladimir Nesterenko

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Intraoperative blood loss during total knee arthroplasty in patients with hemophilia varies over a wide range (from 300 to 3000 ml). The reasons have not been clarified yet. We studied the dependence of intraoperative blood loss during total knee arthroplasty in patients with hemophilia A on hematocrit and mean erythrocyte density. Intraoperational blood(More)
() [ ]. 2 1 1 ξ 5 ξ 2 3 15 4 ξ r 2 5 r r       − + − = c V o s () () () () [ ] (). ξ 2 3 ν 1 π 2 , 0 10 4 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 4 5 4 1 2 2 3 2 , , c c E c u u u a u c u x x xx x x x tt   Abstract. Three dimensional phononic crystal ("sonic vacuum" without prestress) was assembled from 137 vertical cavities arranged in hexagonal pattern in Silicone matrix(More)
The high temperature asymptotics of the Helmholtz free energy of electromagnetic field subjected to boundary conditions with spherical and cylindrical symmetries are constructed by making use of a general expansion in terms of heat kernel coefficients and the related determinant. For this, some new heat kernel coefficients and determinants had to be(More)
We examined HCV+ and HCV- hemophilia A patients with knee arthropathy and hematocrit above 38.5%. The mean density of erythrocytes was studied by the phthalate method, intraoperative blood loss was assessed gravimetrically. The volume of blood loss in HCV+ patients with manifest adhesive process and chronic synovitis varied from 300 to 1900 ml, in patients(More)
BACKGROUND Patients with severe pelvic fractures represent about 3% of all skeletal fractures. Hemodynamic compromise in unstable pelvic fractures is associated with arterial hemorrhage in less than 20% of patients. Angiography is an important tool in the management of severe pelvic injury, but indications and timing for its performance remain(More)
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