Vol 19, No 2 (2015)

Articles
CLINICAL GUIDELINES ON DIAGNOSTIC, TREATMENT AND PROPHYLACTIC OF HEADACHE IN GENERAL PRACTICE
Kandyba D.V.

Abstract

The guidelines present the classification and epidemiology of headache, characteristics of different types of headache and principles of clinical management of patients with headache in general practice
Russian Family Doctor. 2015;19(2):4-17
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CHEST PAIN MANAGEMENT IN GENERAL PRACTICE. PART 2. ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE: INSTRUMENTAL EXAMINATION AND DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
Kuznetsova O.Y., Moiseeva I.E., Dubikaitis T.A.

Abstract

Stable ischemic heart disease is associated with a high risk of mortality, morbidity and disability if not treated. Chest pain in patients who do not need to be hospitalized urgently require prompt angina pectoris exclusion. In this article some current algorithms for stable angina examination and differential diagnosis are presented. Keywords: chest pain, stable angina, differential diagnosis.
Russian Family Doctor. 2015;19(2):18-28
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HEADACHE CHARACTERISTICS AT ARNOLD- CHIARI MALFORMATION IN DIFFERENT AGES
Kantimirova E.A., Shnayder N.A., Petrova M.M.

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Arnold-Chiari malformation is a group of the congenital anomalies of the hindbrain, affecting the structural relationship between the cerebellum, brain stem, the upper cervical spinal cord and the bones of the skull base. Headache with Arnold-Chiari malformation is caused by failure of venous outflow and increased intracranial pressure. Authors is noted that the frequency of occurrence of a headache at Arnold-Chiari malformation has a statistically significant tendency to increase depending on the degree of the prolapse tonsils in the foramen magnum (0 to type 1) and floor - preferably in females, with no associated with elevated blood pressure.
Russian Family Doctor. 2015;19(2):29-31
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PROSPECTS OF USING OF NEW FERMENTED SOUR MILK FOOD PRODUCTS IN HEALTHY INFANTS
Noskova O.Y., Grigorovich M.S., Ardatskaya M.D.

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The article presents the results of the evaluation of the influence of fermented and non-fermented sour milk food products with probiotics on anthropometric data, general clinical parameters and indicators of the functional activity of intestine microbiota in infants. Based on the results of initial examination 103 children were chosen and divided into the following groups: the main group receiving products fermented with probiotics (Bifidobacterium longum, Streptococcus termophillus) (subgroup 1, n = 36, received bioryazhenka, subgroup 2, n = 34, received bioprostokvasha); the control group received non-fermented baby kefir. The results of research in dynamics in 4 weeks showed that intake of all sour milk products was accompanied with positive adequate growth in height and weight (within the period of observation) and doesn’t cause disturbances in indicators of red blood cells and hemoglobin. But it’s the fermented with probiotics products have a sufficient positive influence on the metabolic activity of intestine microbiota - short-chained fatty acids in feces - in contrast to the control group.
Russian Family Doctor. 2015;19(2):32-36
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DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF COMBINED COMPLICATIONS OF CHEMOTHERAPY IN NON-HODGKIN LYMPHOMA PATIENT IN GENERAL PRACTICE
Kiseleva G.V., Islam F.

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The article presents the observation of patients with toxic cardiomyopathy and oropharyngeal candidiasis after chemotherapy with anthracyclines, particularly with «doxorubicin
Russian Family Doctor. 2015;19(2):37-40
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