Vliyanie povtornykh respiratornykh zabolevaniy na biokhimicheskie pokazateli krovi u detey


The impact of frequent respiratory diseases on the peripheral blood levels of lipids and protein fractions was studied in fifty 4-to-7-year-old children going to organized pediatric collective bodies. Frequently ill preschool children were ascertained to have significantly elevated levels of α2-globulin and γ-globulin fractions and accordingly a decreased albumin/globulin ratio, which suggests the possible subacute course of the chronic inflammatory process in these children in the absence of clinical manifestations or may be associated with a slower recovery of biochemical parameters during late convalescence after prior infection. There was a significant increase in the level of total cholesterol at the expense of all existing fractions, but predominantly at the expense of low and very low lipoproteins that are endogenous immunomodulators.


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