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Volume 3, issue 3

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Natalya I. Dikht, Alla B. Bucharskaya, Georgy S. Terentyuk, Galina N. Maslyakova, Olga V. Matveeva, Nikita A. Navolokin, Nikolai G. Khlebtsov, Boris N. Khlebtsov, Morphological study of the internal organs in rats with alloxan diabetes and transplanted liver tumor after intravenous injection of gold nanorods
The effects of gold nanorods to internal organs and liver tumors were studied in rats with combined pathology - alloxan diabetes and transplanted liver tumors at single intravenous administration. The evaluation of morphological and functional changes and gold biodistribution in the internal....
Sarun Koirala, Sandip Shah, Laxman Khanal, Nasal index of the Tharu and Mongoloid population of Nepal: a cross sectional study
The nasal index measurement is one of the methods anthropologists have used to differentiate living race and subspecies of man. Ethnic influences can result in different appearances of the nose and can be found in many shapes and sizes. A total number of 1000 healthy people (500 males and 500....
Grigory E. Brill, Anna V. Egorova, Irina O. Bugaeva, Sergey A. Dubovitsky, Sergey V. Vlaskin, Effect of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation on structurization properties of bacterial lipopolysaccharide
Purpose — to investigate the effects of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation on the process of dehydration selforganization of bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS). Material and Methods — The method of wedge dehydration has been used to study the structure formation of bacterial LPS.....
Natalya V. Polukonova, Mariya N. Kurchatova, Nikita A. Navolokin, Alla B. Bucharskaya, Natalya A. Durnova, Galina N. Maslyakova, A new extraction method of bioflavanoids from poisonous plant (Gratiola Officinalis L.)
The way of vegetable raw materials extraction which allows to receive nontoxical composition of biological active agents from poisonous plants such as Gratiola officinalis L. was described. The alkaloids exit changes with the increase of ethyl alcohol percentage (from 15% to 96%). The extract was....
Laxman Khanal, Sandip Shah, Sarun Koirala, Exploration of preferred learning styles in medical education using VARK modal
Learning styles is a term used to refer to the methods of gathering, processing, interpreting, organizing and thinking about information. Students have different learning styles, which is the reason for the diversity seen in classrooms in regards to how students acquire information. Claxton and....
Seyed Kazem Shakuri, Yaghoub Salekzamani, Ali Taghizadieh, Hamed Sabbagh-Jadid, Jamal Soleymani, Leyla Sahebi, Pulmonary physiotherapy effect on patients undergoing open cardiac surgery
Backgrounds and Objectives — Respiratory complications after open heart surgeries are common problems which can lead to death if not properly managed. The aim of this study was to evaluate the role of pulmonary rehabilitation before and after surgery for reducing the risk of pulmonary....
Sergey A. Yudin, A.S. Borzenko, V.V. Delaryu, A.A. Kaluzhenina, Difficulties of treatment of patients with tuberculosis and medical recommendations performed by them
Purpose — To study the reasons influencing the treatment of patients. Material and Methods — Anonymous questioning of patients with tuberculosis in number of 584 people being on treatment in antituberculosis hospitals, 92 phthisiopulmonologists and 144 therapists of Volgograd was performed.....
Sh.K. Khakimov, I.Yu. Khodjanov, Yu.M. Khodjibekova, Kh.A. Kasymov, Radiological assessment of surgical treatment results in children and adolescents with pectus excavatum: medium-term results of 75 cases
Objective — Minimally invasive repair of pectus excavatum (PE) has been established as the preferred technique for the repair of PE. Modified techniques of repair based on D. Nuss method for PE are promoted to improve the safety of the procedures. Purpose of this work was to analyzing the....