Vol 6, No 2 (2013)

Articles
BIOETHICS OF THE ETHNIC GROUP OR ETHNIC BIOETHICS?
Sedova N.N.
Abstract
Bioethics of ethnos has meanings that reflect the history and culture of concrete people. Simultaneously ethnos in existence implements General bioethics' legal principles and norms, integrating ethnic's bioethics. The ratio of these modifications bioethics can provide self-preservation behavior of ethnos and contribute to maintaining the genetic diversity of humanity.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):5-8
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GENETIC CONFIDENTIALITY AND NON-DISCRIMINATION IN REGIONAL LAW
Kubar O.I., Mikirtichina G.L., Nikitina A.E.
Abstract
Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights (1997), International Declaration on Human Genetic Data (2003). It is shown the value of these documents for protection from braking genetic confidentiality and for establishment the nondiscrimination policy on this issue. The article continues the series of publications concerning the activity of International Bioethics Committee (IBC) UNESCO and its impact on developing the bioethical conception in Russia and other cluster countries of UNESCO Moscow Office. In article are presented the data regarding creation in the region legal and informational resources for application the ethical principals of UNESCO
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):9-12
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INNOVATSIONNAJA MODEL OF A SCIENTIFICALLY-EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX «REGENERATIVE MEDICINE» AS AN EXAMPLE OF THE ETHIC ORGANIZATION FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHES
Kundakchan G.G., Guryleva M.E.
Abstract
The article describes the experience of creation of scientific and educational complex "Regenerative Medicine", working on the basis of stem cell bank, Kazan State Medical University.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):13-17
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THE WAYS TO OPTIMIZE DRUG SAFETY MONITORING SYSTEM: PROFESSIONAL AND ETHIC EDUCATION
Smuseva O.N., Kamyshova D.A., Smusev A.Y.
Abstract
The main source of information about adverse drug reactions (ADR) is a spontaneous reporting system based on an active ADR registration carried out by practitioners. Our study demonstrated the effectiveness of schools-workshops for physicians which were devoted to the ways of improving the work of Regional Drug Safety Monitoring centers and ethic aspects of ADR monitoring.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):18-20
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THE ROLE OF BIOETHICS IN THE REALIZATION OF GERONTOLOGICAL APPROACH IN DENTISTRY
Firsova I.V., Krainov S.V., Popova A.N.
Abstract
The article is about some social and psychological peculiarities of elderly patients. It also deals with a team approach to senility as a complex phenomenon determined not only by clinical but also psychoemotional factors. The authors substantiate the importance of geriatric dentistry and the need for the use of an integrated gerontological approach as well as the remarkable role of bioethics as a theoretical and methodological basis of updating dental care to the needs of elderly patients.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):21-25
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ETHICAL ASPECTS OF MODELING IN MEDICINE AND NEUROSURGERY
Albertin S.V.
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An article describes the possibilities in the development and using of neuroimplants under treatment of neurodegenerative diseases in humans. The problems related to neuromodeling of brain structures playing the key role in memory and mentality of man are analysed. Psychological, social and ethical consequences of neuromodeling directed to strengthen and improve of sensory and mental abilities of humans are discussed.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):26-29
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ETHNIC BEHAVIOR IN PROVIDING OF THE PERSONAL INFECTIOUS SAFETY AS FORM OF THE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE STATE OF HEALTH
Merzlova N.B., Serova L.A., Yagodina A.Y.
Abstract
An attempt to analyze the measures of prophylaxis of infectious and parasitic diseases, applied in the way of life by the representatives of different ethnic groups, is presented in the article. Association of the measures of prophylaxis with the stereotypes of attitude toward domestic animals, and also ethnic features of compliance and competence in the questions of providing of infectious safety, degree of realization of the personal responsibility in the prophylaxis of infectious diseases are presented in the article.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):30-33
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INADEQUATE PROVISION OF TREATMENT AND DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES: FROM ETHICAL VIOLATIONS TO CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY
Afanaseva O.Y., Solomatina E.V.
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The article is devoted to the ethical-law questions of the standardization’s system in medicine, the quality of the provision of medical and diagnostic services. The clinical example illustrates the ways of occurrence of the criminal responsibility of health workers.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):34-37
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ETHICAL PROBLEMS OF PERSONALIZED MEDICINE IN DERMATOLOGY
Karymov O.N., Pahimullina O.A.
Abstract
As personalized medicine is based on a genetic typing of patients, its development actualizes the bioethical problems of genetic technologies, caused by the special nature of genetic information. Population survey and interviews with the patients dermatological practice evidences of high significance for them confidentiality of genetic information, only a tenth of the population is indifferent to the principle of confidentiality. The special nature of genetic information produces another ethical dilemma: the conflict the principle of respect for autonomy and the principle of «do no harm». You want to develop the procedure of ethical review cases when it is necessary to violate the privacy of a patient without his consent to the notification of his family members are potentially exposed to the risk of disease.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):38-41
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THE ETHICS OF RELATIONSHIPS OF THE DOCTOR-EXPERT AND A SOCIAL WORKER
Tigishvili N.N., Lakeev A.E.
Abstract
The results which provide medical experts uses in medical social work constantly. The success of such usage depends largely on the ethical attitudes of doctors and social workers on a fruitful dialogue. The authors conducted a study of the results of the identified possible ethical difficulties of such a dialogue and ways of their overcoming
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):42-44
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ETHICS OF RELATIONS SOCIAL WORKER AND PHYSICIAN OBSTETRICIAN-GYNECOLOGIST
Bjazrova M.A., Kovaleva M.D.
Abstract
Women, who give birth to a child, are an object of special attention and care from the side of obstetrician-gynecologists and health-care workers. They provide their normal medical and social status. Therefore, you must meet certain ethical rules relationship between these two categories of workers. These regulations are formulated in the article on the basis of the findings of a case study conducted by the authors.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):45-47
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ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS PROFESSIONAL ACTION OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST ON FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH EXPERTISE
Karpenko O.N., Sidorova O.V.
Abstract
Clinical psychologist’s job on forensic mental health expertise is not only a complex of experimental manipulations with people but responsibility for decisions made in the framework of the research findings, which are not only ethical but 48 also legal influence on his life. However, in this post are not robotic machines, and people with certain professional experience, set of knowledge and skills, and certain moral values that do not always correspond to the chosen path in the profession.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):48-52
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Music therapy as a practical realization of a principle ""primum non nocere"
Petryaeva D.N.
Abstract
Living in the modern technical world, with its disasters and the stressful situations, it is relevant to enter in the practical medicine music therapy as a modern method of treatment, which positively affects the human body and has a high moral capacities. The author offers music therapy as a method of treatment of any disease, which is extremely relevant in the West and in the capital cities of Russia. As a result of treatment the person receives the relief of pain syndrome, emotional discharge, moral clarification.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):52-55
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PROFESSOR ILLARION POSTOLAKY -FOUNDER OF MOLDOVAN SCHOOLS OF ESTHETIC DENTISTRY AND FOUNDER OF ITS BIOETHICAL DIRECTION
Postolaky A.I.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the Professor Illarion Postolaky - doctor, scientist, teacher, founder of the Moldovan school dentists orthopedists. He proved in the early 80-ies of the XX century on the basis of numerous own Kleene-to-experimental studies the necessity of re-review of outdated principles of dental prosthetics and implemented new principles for the protection of the wound surface prepared teeth is obtained to cover artificial crowns.
Bioethics. 2013;6(2):56-60
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