Vol 18, No 1 (2015)

Articles
OLYMPICS IN PHYSIOLOGY AS A METHOD TO INCREASE THE MOTIVATION OF GENERAL CULTURAL AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT AND ACTIVATE THE CREATIVE WORK OF STUDENTS
Dorohov E.V., Yakovlev V.N., Sergienko A.V., Karpova A.V., Bulgakova Y.V., Semiletova V.A.
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The role of student competition in the studying of discipline of normal physiology and the formation of common cultural and professional competencies as well as level of learning motivation rising in students are discussed. Stimulation of students' creative abilities and their desire to self-development are elucidated. The Olympics is regarded as a model of future professional activity and a mean of a system of logical thinking and critical analysis of the problem developing. The ability to apply the knowledge and skills in terms of competitive stress are described. The article concerns the question of the most talented students selecting by their involvement in research activity.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):3-7
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EXPERIENCE IN THE USE OF NETWORK TEACHING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE STUDY OF PATHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGY
Grebennikova I.V., Makeeva A.V., Lidokhova O.V., Bolotskikh V.I., Lushchik M.V.
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The article presents the current innovative method of distance learning is used in the educational process at the Department of Pathological Physiology and implemented on the platform Moodle, which allows the new conditions to improve the educational process, thus ensuring integration into the reform of higher education.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):8-11
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EXPERIENCE IN APPLICATION OF ESSAYS AS TASKS FOR STUDENTS’ SELF-CONTAINED LEARNING
Kudritskaya O.Y., Tuykavin A.I.
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Writing a critical essay can be used as an individual problem-solving productive task for extramural self-contained students’ learning. It motivates students for profound studying of a subject, develops their intellectual and creative skills, analytical thinking and prepares them for research. Simultaneously the tutors are able to make amendments in content and methods of teaching in accord with the standards (FGOS).
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):12-16
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WAYS OF IMPROVEMENT THE QUALITY OF TEACHING OF STUDENTS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGY
Makeeva A.V., Lidokhova O.V., Lushchik M.V., Grebennikova I.V., Tumanovsky Y.M., Krukov V.M.
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The article is devoted the score rating system of assessing students in the discipline "Pathological physiology" and its role in motivating students to the successful development of this discipline.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):17-21
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FORMATION MOTIVAVATSII FOR INDEPENDENT WORK OF STUDENTS
Shukurov F.A.
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The paper presents a complex multi-level system of formation of students' motivation to work independently on the course of normal physiology by mobilizing various cognitive abilities: from level recognition, reproduction and elements of logical thinking to solution of various situational problems.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):22-25
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TRAINING OF ENGLISH-SPEAKING FOREIGN STUDENTS ON THE DEPARTMENT OF NORMAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE VSMA NAMED BY N.N. BURDENKO
Bulgakova Y.V., Semiletova V.A., Semiletova E.V., Boudyennaya I.A., Reutova L.F.
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Article describes the details of normal physiology studying in medical university students who speak English. The data of experimental work as well as composition of educational complex and experience of pedagogical quality evaluation are represented.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):26-31
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Psychovegetative status in evaluating adaptation options to emotional stress
Arabzoda S.N., Shukurov F.A., Melikova N.H.
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Comparative analysis of reactive and personal anxiety with correlation Rhythmogram allowed to identify three basic forms of human adaptation to the action of stress: adaptation fully completed; adaptation is not complete, but occurs adequately; disadaptation - a violation of the adaptable possibilities of the organism.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):32-37
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INVOLVEMENT OF NITRIC OXIDE IN THE MECHANISM OF RAT BRAIN DAMAGE INDUCED BY SUBCHRONIC ADMINISTRATION OF AMPHETAMINE
Bashkatova V.G., Sudakov S.K., Prast H., Philippu A.
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The aim of the work was a studying of participation of nitric oxide (NO) and lipid peroxidation (LPO) processes in mechanisms of neurotoxic effect of amphetamine. Experiments were carried out on male Sprague-Dawley rats from vivarium of University of Innsbruck (Austria). Subchronic administration of amphetamine significantly increased the contents of NO and LPO products in striatum of rat brain. NO synthase inhibitors partially prevented the enhancement of NO generation in brain of rats induced by amphetamine. However NO synthase inhibitors had no effect on increased levels of LPO products evoked by amphetamine. The obtained data significantly expand the current understanding concerning mechanisms of neurotoxic effect of amphetamine.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):38-42
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EFFECT OF PRENATAL PASSIVE SMOKING FOR PATTERN OF ELECTRICAL RESPIRATORY DRIVE OF NEWBORNS RATS (IN VITRO)
Bolychevsky S.E., Zinchenko E.A., Miroshnichenko I.V.
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It is now established that passive smoking during pregnancy increases the frequency and duration of slip-apnea in her baby. The aim of the study was to investigate the features of the functioning of the central mechanism for the generation of respiratory activity in neonatal rats who underwent in utero effects of passive smoking. The study was performed on the brain stem (BS) of newborn rats (n = 107) under conditions in vitro. Modeling of passive smoking was carried out by fumigation cigarette smoke females from 1 to 20 days of gestation. In BS of newborn rats undergoing prenatal passive smoking duration values respiratory cycle, amplitude and duration of the inspiratory discharge were significantly lower relative to the control data. Thus was established the influence of prenatal smoking on function of the respiratory center of newborn rats.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):43-48
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THE INFLUENCE OF GENERAL AIR OF CRYOTHERAPY ON INDICATORS OF AUTONOMIC HOMEOSTASIS
Gorbatenko N.P., Dorokhov E.V., Yapryntseva O.A., Wolf E.A., Popova A.A.
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In the present study, the analysis of changes in indicators of autonomic homeostasis during the course of General air cryotherapy. The influence of General air of cryotherapy on indices of heart rate variability of the 2nd year students of the Academy N. N. Burdenko. It is shown that ten-day course of General air cryotherapy helps to optimize the parameters of heart rate regulation, through normalization of vegetative homeostasis.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):49-52
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CELL-FREE DNA IN RAT’S CEREBROSPINAL FLUID UNDER EMOTIONAL STRESS LOAD
Grigorchuk O.S., Umriukhin P.E.
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The levels of cell-free DNA (cfDNA) were studied in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of rats with different activity by results of open field test before and after immobilization stress. In control active rats’ group demonstrated a tendency to higher cfDNA level in comparison to passive and ambivalent ones, but we found no statistically significant differences between the groups. All experimental animals were divided into statistically significant groups with high and low total amount of CSF cfDNA. Proportions of rats with low amount of total CSF cfDNA among active and passive animals were 33 and 70%, respectively. After the emotional stress (ES) we found an inverse correlation between the changes in CSF aliquots’ volume and the changes in cfDNA concentration in stable and prone to stress animals’ groups. Our results indicate tight regulation of cfDNA levels in CSF and suggest that patterns we have identified are part of the mechanism of brain adaptation to stressful influences.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):53-60
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DYSFUNCTION OF AUTONOMIC REGULATION IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2
Elizarova I.O., Batischeva G.A., Scherbakova E.I., Velikii A.V.
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Autonomous cardiac neuropathy is a diabetic complication characterized by early disseminated sympathetic and parasympathetic neuronal degeneration, which increase the frequence of cardiovascular complications in these patients. Prevalence, pathogenesis, risk factors, clinical manifestations and methods of diagnosis of this pathology are discussed in our article.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):61-67
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MORPHOLOGY OF THE SUPERIOR CERVICAL AND PREVERTEBRAL GANGLIA IN THE DEVELOPMENT
Emanuilov A.I.
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The aim of this study was to identify the shape and sizes of the sympathetic ganglia and form othe nerves of the superior cervical (SCG) and prevertebral ganglia. By anatomical data, SCG and prevertebral ganglia are already formed at birth. Form of the ganglia and the number of fibers in the SCG is changed during the development. We did not find age-specific differences in the fibers of the SCG.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):68-72
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CONDITION AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM IN ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN ADAPTATION TO THE HIGH MOUNTAIN OF HYPOXIA
Arabova Z.U., Shukurov F.A.
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Carried out survey to study peculiarities of interaction divisions of ANC in the process of adaptation to high mountain hypoxia. An analysis of heart rate variability allocated four types of correlation rhythmograms (KRG) each of which reflects a certain degree of exposure to the sympathetic division of the ANS on the body. Is shown dynamics types of KRG at adequate human adaptation to high altitudes.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):73-75
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EFFECT OF THE PERSONALITY ACCENTUATED PERSONALITY OF STUDENTS ON THE INDICES OF EXECUTIVE FUNCTION
Degtyarev V.P., Pozdnyakov S.S.
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We studied the features of brainwork and hemodynamic changes of students with projective, hyperthymic and pedantic accentuation (K. Leonhard) in comparison with non-accentuated students. Significant changes in the potency of brainwork, lead to a change in the number of errors and the stability of attention were found in representatives of various types of accentuation. At the same time during the test we showed changes of hemodynamics indices with specific features of different types of accentuation. Possible ways of implementation of psychosomatic relationships were discussed in this study.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):76-86
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STUDY OF MEDICAL STUDENTS INTERNET ADDICTION
Zhereblyuk N.A., Kabelka A.Y., Semiletova V.A.
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18,8% of the surveyed medical academy students are at risk for the emergence of Internet addiction, 9% students have Internet addiction, that is a disturbing factor in the development of this disease.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):87-90
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THE FACTORIAL ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOUR OF EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS IN THE TEST «OPEN FIELD»
Permyakov A.A., Eliseeva E.V., Yuditsky A.D., Isakova L.S.
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The method of the factorial analysis studies behaviour of rats in the test "open field". Three interconnected factors are revealed: research activity, it is anxiety-fobichesky disbalans and an emotionality status. On the basis of the received results the factorial model of behaviour of rats is created.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):91-97
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THE BIOELECTRIC ACTIVITY CHANGES OF OF THE BRAIN IN HUMANS BY PERFORMING COMPLEX VISUAL TASKS UNDER AUDIO STIMULATION
Astaschenko A.P., Kaschenko I.S.
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The article presents the results of the analysis of the EEG of young healthy volunteers during recognition of fragmented images in silence and under the influence of instrumental music. Major changes were observed in the expression of the power of the theta rhythm in the frontal-central leads.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):98-101
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BLIYANIE LISTENING TO MUSIC BY MOZART AND ROCK MUSIC ON THE MENTAL PERFORMANCE IN STUDENTS WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF HIGHER NERVOUS ACTIVITY
Kireyeva L.A., Yakovlev V.N., Dorokhov E.V., Sergienko A.V., Karpova A.V., Antsiferova E.Y.
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It is shown that in the initial state mental performance indicators are distinguished representatives of different types of GNI. Listening to music, VA Mozart has a positive effect on the dynamics of the performance, which depends on the initial background. Noting the negative impact of rock music on the dynamics of mental health.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):102-105
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THE ROLE OF VARIABILITY IN THE BASELINE FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS DURING ADAPTATION TO TRAINING ACTIVITIES AND THE CHANGE OF CLIMATE AND GEOGRAPHICAL CONDITIONS OF ACCOMMODATION
Kolpakov V.V., Bespalova T.V., Tomilova E.A., Larkina N.Y., Stolbov M.V., Tkachuk A.A., Kopytov A.A.
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Integrated clinical-physiological approach establishing the relationship of overall health condition and the original (basic) physiological status at the initial stage of teaching students who come to study in Tyumen from Khanty-Mansiysk, Yamal and the Kurgan region allowed for a deeper appreciation of the mechanisms of formation of total resistance and the effectiveness of adaptive reactions of the organism to the educational process and the change of climate and geographical conditions of accommodation.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):106-113
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THE SPELEOKLIMATOTERAPIYA'S INFLUENCE ON THE VEGETATIVE HOMEOSTASIS OF CHILDREN IN THE VARIOUS AGE GROUPS
Komissarova O.V., Dorohov E.V.
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The articles give results of the studying of the study of indicators of heart rate variability and simple visual-motor reaction by children 6-12 years after the passage of the speleoclimatotherapy. The course of speleoclimatotherapy increases the adaptive capacity of the cardiovascular system of the child's body. Autonomic balance is normalized after the course SKT.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):114-120
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VEGETATIVE NERVOUS SYSTEM DYSFUNCTION AS A FACTOR OF PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME
Litman J.A., Khananashvili Y.A., Sivokoneva E.N.
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It is shown that premenstrual syndrome develops in women who are characterized by an imbalance of the tone of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system. In the development of the form of premenstrual syndrome as well marked by the prevalence of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):121-124
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MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF NEUROPEPTIDE Y-ERGIC INNERVATION OF THE HEART IN POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT
Masliukov P.M., Moiseev K.Y.
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Neuropeptide Y (NPY)-containing fibers and intramural ganglionic neurons, as well as Y1, Y2 and Y5 receptors to NPY were detected in the myocardium of rats using immunohistochemical methods. The obtained data suggest age-dependent changes of the NPY-mediated heart innervation. The density of NPY-positive fibers was the least in newborn animals and increased in first 20 days of life. Y1, Y2 and Y5 receptors were found in the heart of newborn and more adult rats. Y1 and Y5 receptors were observed in the coronary arteries, arterioles and cardiomyocytes from the moment of birth. Density of Y2 receptors was very low in the cardiac muscle of young and adult rats but substantially increased in aged animals. All intramural ganglionic neurons were Y1 and Y5-positive and Y2-negative in the postnatal ontogenesis.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):125-129
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PERSONAL SPECIFIC OF ADAPTIVE QUALITIES ORGANISM IN WOMEN IN DYNAMICS OVARIAN-MENSTRUAL CYCLE
Nazarov E.V., O Nazarov N.O., B Mulik A.B.
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The dynamics of the standard indicators of electroencephalography and cardiointervalography women with different levels of general non-specific reactivity for ovarian-menstrual cycle differentiated into six phases: menstrual, follicular, preovulatory, ovulatory, luteal and premenstrual. The concrete phase of ovarian-menstrual cycle, characterized by a pronounced specificity manifestations adaptive qualities depending on the individual level of general non-specific reactivity.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):130-135
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INFLUENCE OF MOTIVATION TO SUCCEED ON HUMAN HEALTH
Repina D.A., Novikova A.O., Raskina E.A., Dorohov E.V., Karpova A.V.
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In the article presents data about the relationship between motivation to succeed, psychological status and physical health status of students. Noted that the step of applying for admission associated with activation of the sympathetic nervous system - mobilization of all resources of the body. Revealed that the level of situational and personal anxiety is higher by not enrolled students. In addition, for this category of persons increased reaction time of hand-eye coordination, indicating a pronounced labiality processes in the CNS.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):136-140
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CONDITION OF THE AUTONOMIC REGULATION OF YOUNG MEN WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF POSTURE
Popkov I.V., Popkova A.V.
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This article provides an overview of the condition of the autonomic nervous system in different types of posture. Revealed that autonomic dysfunction characterized by subnormal types of posture, and the largest devations are recorded in pathological types of posture and circular-concave back.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):141-145
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MONITORING ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF COMPONENTS GASTRODUODENAL COMPLEX DURING EXPERIMENTAL ULCERATION IN RATS
Privalova I.L., Kamal E.T.
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In experiments on rats studied electrical activity (EA) departments gastroduodenal complex (GDC) in experimental ulcer formation. Revealed an increase in the frequency components of the EA GDK within seven days after the simulation acetate ulcers and the presence of two phases in the change of the amplitude of the EA. The most pronounced damage accompanied by a higher degree of conjugation EA GDK.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):146-149
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PERIPHERAL TREATMENT WITH LIGANDS DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS ALTERS THE LEVEL OF ANXIETY AND LOCOMOTION OF RATS
Sudakov S.K., Nazarova G.A., Alexeeva E.V., Bashkatova V.G.
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We studied an influence of peripheral peptide ligands of delta opioid receptors on parameters of anxiety and locomotion in rats. Peripheral administration of delta opioid receptor antagonist ICE-174,864 increased the time spent by rats in the open arms of the Elevated Plus Maze. But this antagonist didn't alter a locomotor activity of rats. In the contrary, treatment with agonist DADLE produced anxiogenic effect as well as decreased locomotion activity of rats also. The obtained data allow us to consider the antagonist of delta opioid receptor ICE-174,864 as the potential anxiolytic drug with the original mechanism of action.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):150-154
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AN INFLUENCE ON THE PERIPHERAL M-OPIOID RECEPTORS ALTERS THE ACTIVITY OF THESE RECEPTORS IN RAT BRAIN
Sudakov S.K., Proskuryakova T.V., Shokhonova V.A., Bashkatova V.G.
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The aim was to study the characteristics of central mu-opioid receptors under peripheral administration of these ligands which does not penetrate the blood-brain barrier. The study of the binding activity of the mu-opioid receptor was determined by radioligand binding assay. The opposite effect of loperamide and naloxone methiodide on density of mu-opioid receptors in the frontal cortex of rats was detected. These findings support the hypothesis on reciprocal interactions between the central and peripheral components of the endogenous opioid system
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):155-158
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LEONOV DOCTRINE OF HYPEROXIC SANOGENESIS IN THE PRESENT CONTEXT CONCEPTS OF THE MECHANISMS OF ADAPTATION TO THE SUPERSATURATION OXYGEN
Savilov P.N.
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The article provides an analysis of some of the provisions of the doctrine of the mechanisms of the therapeutic effect of hyperbaric oxygen, developed by the Soviet pathophysiology of AN Leonov. Shows the importance of the doctrine of hyperoxic Leonov sanogenesis in explaining the biological effects of hyperoxia and opening new therapeutic possibilities of hyperbaric oxygen.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):159-166
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PARAMETRES OF HUMAN’S HEART RATE DURING THE PERFORMANCE COMPLEX SENSORIMOTOR COMPUTER TEST CALLED “REACTION ON THE MOVEMENT OBJECT”
Sulin A.V., Vashanov G.A., Juravlev B.V., Juravlev V.U., Gulyaeva S.I.
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Parameters of heart rate of 10 volunteer's, which was recorded during the performance of the computer test called “reaction of the movement object”, were recorded and analyzed. Cardiac rhythmic features were isolated and significant correlation between the duration of the single RR-intervals and efficiency of operators was found. Based on the analysis results of the study, we concluded that the operator's heart rate variability reflects features of the central organization of the functional system operator's activity and parameters of behavioral results.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):167-174
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EVALUATION ADAPTIVE POSSIBILITIES VEGETATIVE NERVOUS SYSTEM STUDENTS TYUMEN AND THE TYUMEN REGION
Tomilova E.A., Kovalik A.V., Chibulaeva E.V., Chudinova A.I.
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In order to prevent the negative effects are very important to consider the individual physiological capabilities of the body of the child, because it is already in the preclinical stage in healthy children revealed signs of change in functional and psychophysiological indicators .
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):175-178
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REFLEX ADAPTATION MECHANISMS OF CENTRAL HEMODYNAMICS IN ACUTE BLOOD LOSS AND HYPERBARIC OXYGENATION
Tumanovsky Y.M., Makeeva A.V., Krukov V.M., Bolotskih V.I., Lidohova O.V.
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In experiments on 25 mongrel dogs studied the dynamics of changes in central hemodynamics (cardiac index and stroke work index of the left ventricle) and features bioelectric activity of afferent cardiac vagal fibers (Baas) in modeling the animals hemorrhagic shock (BP = 50/40 mm Hg. Art .) by fractional blood loss and treat their hyperbaric oxygenation (HBO). It was found that the activation of Baas after exposure to HBO was accompanied by the restoration of violated in posthemorrhagic period of blood circulation (cardiac index and normalization of myocardial contractility). The important role of hyperbaric oxygen as a factor in the mobilization of the reflex adaptive responses of the cardiovascular system in acute shortage of blood in the body is shown.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):179-183
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ADAPTATION POSSIBILITIES OF HUMAN BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES IN CONDITIONS OF CARBON MONOXIDE
Tyunina O.I.
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The results of viability studies level in human blood lymphocytes, expression of CD95 marker on their surface membranes, electrophoresis, and the DNA molecule after incubation in a carbon monoxide atmosphere (exposure time 60, 75i 90 min.) Revealed that carbon monoxide does not cause the death by apoptosis of lymphocytes as indicated by decreased expression of CD95 receptors and the absence of apoptotic ladder DNA molecule of immunocompetent cells.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):184-189
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ANTIBODIES TO NEUROMEDIATORS IN NEUROCHEMICAL MECHANISMS OF BEHAVIOR AND PSYCHOEMOTIONAL STRESS
Umryukhin A.E.
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According to theory of functional systems proposed by P.K. Anokhin and elaborated by K.V. Sudakov psychoemotional stress originates in conflict situations when living organisms are deprived in their abilities to satisfy their needs. Experimental data suggest that immune factors contribute to homeostatic load not only as antigen indicators but also as regulators of physiological functions among other well-known biologically active substances as hormones and others. Speciality of such role of immune factors and antibodies is that they regulate long lasting adaptive reactions with long periods of evolution. Our experimental data presented in paper suggest that antibodies to neuromediators which are stimulated by neuromediators with BSA conjugates immunization specifically influence hippocampal neurochemical integrity of psychoemotional stress with long lasting effect. This influence of antibodies to neuromediators is accompanied by alterations of motivational hierarchy of behavior after stress, by modifications of hormonal stress reactions and by variations of stress induced target organ reactions.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):190-198
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THE STUDY OF RISK FACTORS FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN YOUNG ADULTS
Tsaturyan L.D., Shevyakova A.A., Melikbekyan E.O., Tsaturyan M.O.
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Conducted a comprehensive study aimed at studying the basic parameters of heart rate variability and the level of homocysteine in men of different nationalities. The study established the variability of vegetative regulation in the body of young men living in the Stavropol region, which is evident in the predominance of sympathetic effects on heart rate Russian students and parasympathetic - Armenian. Russian boys taking into account the complex index of activity of regulatory systems to a greater extent experience a pronounced strain and stress regulatory systems in comparison with the Armenian, with greater risk of cardiovascular disease. Homocystein metabolism to a greater extent manifest Russian boys. Metabolic disorders of homocysteine are more manifested in Russian boys.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):199-204
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HEART RATE VARIABILITY AS A PROGNOSTIC CRITERION IN THE ASSESSMENT OF THE FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE CARDIO-VASCULAR SYSTEM IN ADOLESCENTS STAVROPOL TERRITORY
Tsaturyan L.D., Kuvandykova R.H.
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The complex assessment of heart rate variability in adolescents Russian and Turkmen ethnic groups living in the Stavropol region. The parameters of statistical, spectral analysis, variation pulsometry and index activity of regulatory systems. The findings suggest that enhancing sympathetic effects on the heart rate and stress regulatory mechanisms in the body of teenagers are more pronounced in Russian teenagers.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):205-211
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CONDITION OF AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM IN ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF HEALTH
Shukurov F.A., Boboev A.A.
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The work presents various classification levels of health and their possible valuation of the autonomic nervous system using indicators of mathematical analysis of heart rate.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):212-220
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ANALYSIS PSYCHO-EMOTIONAL STATE AND AUTONOMIC REGULATION OF GIRLS DEPENDING ON THEIR PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE
Yapryntseva O.A., Dorochov E.V., Gorbatenko N.P.
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The article analyzes the impact of change on exam stress and psycho-emotional state of autonomic regulation in different phases of ovarian - menstrual cycle. The data on indices increase personal and situational anxiety, as well as the activation of the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system in the luteal phase of the ovarian - menstrual cycle, suggesting that the expression of intense adaptation possibilities in a given period of the cycle.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):221-227
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INDICATORS INFORMATIVENESS OF ADAPTIVE STRESS RESPONSE
Shutova S.V.
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This article presents the results of comparative analysis of some adaptive stress indicators informativeness (salivary cortisol, and also heart rate variability parameters such as stress index, index of vagosympathetic balance and centralization index) for students at different stages of the semester. An algorithm for adaptive stress response assessment with the high diagnostic accuracy is proposed.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):228-234
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CONTROL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS FOR PHARMACOTHERAPY MANAGERS OF RAILWAY TRANSPORT
Batishcheva G.A., Goncharova N.Y., Chernov Y.N., Konyukhov S.V.
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The pathogenesis of arterial hypertension of the managers of rail transport is associated with increased sympathoadrenal activity and lipid metabolism disturbances. Combination therapy nebivolol and zofenopril reduces autonomic imbalance by improving lipid metabolism.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):235-239
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METHOD OF ASSESSMENT ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION AND ITS PREVALENCE IN PATIENTS WITH COMBINED HEART-LUNG PATHOLOGY
Safonova T.D., Grigorieva N.Y.
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The aim of the study was to compare the endothelial function in normal and in patients with concomitant cardiopulmonary disorders by assessing endothelium-dependent vasodilation (EDVD). EDVD evaluated by the method of DS Celermajer using the test with reactive hyperemia arising in the brachial artery after a short clamping. The study concluded that the detection of endothelial dysfunction is one of the most important non-invasive, low-tech methods of diagnosis of the cardiovascular system.
Applied Information Aspects of Medicine (Prikladnye informacionnye aspekty mediciny). 2015;18(1):240-242
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