Z. Peter Szewczyk

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During the era of so-called 'real' socialism, was underdeveloped in all countries of the then Eastern Bloc [1]. The situation of patients with end-stage renal renal replacement therapy was in a very poor condition in Poland. Here we present data on the influence that disease was slightly better in the former German Democratic Republic [2 ], Hungary, and(More)
Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES) instruments were designed to measure the reflected shortwave and emitted longwave radiances of the Earth’s radiation budget and to investigate the cloud interactions with global radiances for the long-term monitoring of Earth's climate. The three scanning thermistor bolometer sensors on CERES measure(More)
While science goals remain unchanged for the long-term ERB Climate Data Record, it is now understood that the task of achieving these goals is more difficult for two reasons. The first is an increased understanding of the dynamics of the Earth/atmosphere system which demonstrates that rigorous separation of natural variability from anthropogenic change on(More)
The only effective management of life-threatening hypervolemia in course of terminal renal failure is dialysis or hemofiltration. Nonetheless we succeeded in attenuating hypervolemic pulmonary edema utilizing low doses of Captopril in three patients awaiting entry into the maintenance hemodialysis program. The drug added to diuretic and, in two cases,(More)
A case of not expected turn in the course of mesangiocapillary glomerulonephritis in a 30-year old patient is presented. The patient has been treated with EACA. It confirms possible efficiency of EACA inhibitory effect on various immunological reactions. This new, unknown property of EACA justify some new concepts in pathogenetic mechanisms of(More)