Vol 17, No 1 (2013)

Articles
ANOREXIA NERVOSA AND BULIMIA NERVOSA IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT
Medvedev V.P., Loskucheryavaya T.D.
Abstract
The modern data on anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa diagnostics and treatment in adolescents are presented in the lecture. It will help to family doctors and pediatricians to diagnose and cure these diseases timely.
Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):4-15
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CONGENITAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN GENERAL PRACTICE
Vasiliev V.V.
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The role and tactics of the family physician are discussed in matters of diagnosis of congenital infections and estimation its' risk in different clinical situations
Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):16-22
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ASSISTIVE REHABILITATION DEVICES: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF SELECTION AND PRESCRIPTION IN MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS
Bozhkov I.A., Sevastianov M.A.
Abstract
In this article the authors examine the place and role of assistive technologies in facilitating limitations of disabled people's lives, the basic principles of medical and social diagnostics with the use of International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF), organizational and legal aspects of providing assistive rehabilitation devices, the basic principles and procedures of their prescription by practicing doctors
Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):23-27
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WHAT THE NURSE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ORAL CAVITY HYGIENIC CARE IN PATIENTS OF ADVANCED AND SENILE AGE (LECTION)
Arieva G.T.
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The basic principles of hygiene of an oral cavity at patients of advanced and senile age with emphasis on participation and a role of the nurse in this process are considered.
Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):28-35
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REACTIVATION OF LATENT CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION AS A CAUSE OF CONGENITAL DISEASES (CLINICAL CASE)
Kuyumchian S.K., Vasiliev V.V., Ivanova M.V., Sidorenko S.V., Murina E.A., Kvetnaya A.S., Vasilieva Y.P., Ushakova G.M., Zhanarstanova G.A.
Abstract
It is considered that the risk of congenital cytomegalovirus infection does not exceed 2-5% if it reactivates in pregnancy. According to some authors up to 75% of children born with this disease were infected as the result of reactivation of latent infection in the mother. The clinical case illustrates this situation. Attention is paid to the experts need to examine all the available information about the risk of congenital infection in pregnant women and newborns.
Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):36-39
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CARNITINE AND ITS DERIVATIVES IN CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES
Lobzin S.V., Golovkin V.I., Popova L.O.
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The possibilities of levocarnitine and its derivative acetylcarnitine as neurotrophic and сardiotroрhic antihypoxic funds in cerebrovascular diseases and other neurological disorders
Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):40-44
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USE OF L-KARNITINE IN LOW CARDIAC OUTPUT SYNDROME IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MIOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Semigolovskiy N.Y.
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Literature review and own data are given on use of L-carnitine in patients with various forms of ischemic heart disease, pulmonary embolism and dilated cardiomyopathy. Pilot clinical study of infusion form of L-carnitine had shown its positive dose-dependent inotropic effect in 33 patients with acute myocardial infarction and low left ventricular ejection fraction (<40%), compared with similar 24 patients, who haven't get any metabolic drugs
Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):45-49
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THE PETER THE GREAT AWARD
Kuznetsova O.Y., Frolova E.V., Degryse J.-.
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Russian Family Doctor. 2013;17(1):50-51
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