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THE ENDOCRINE-METABOLIC STATUS OF HEALTHY PEOPLE AND PATIENTS WITH BRONCHIAL ASTHMA WITH A COMPLETE HUNGER

By Elizaveta Arnoldovna Skverchinskaya

Abstract

The object of investigation: the blood (serum, plasma, erythrocytes), urina, the condensate of air to be exhaled from the healthy people and from patinets with bronchial asthma. The purpose of the work: stadying the hormonal and metabolic indicators of the healthy people and patients with bronchial asthma in dynamics of the 10 to 14-day of a complete hunger. The priority are the data about the peculiarities of the endocrine systems reaction in response to hunger, depending on the phase of disease, on the presence of the accompanying pathology, on the reception of the medicamentous means. For the first time, the investigation of endotoxines in the dynamics of hunger has been performed, the role of the lungs in the detoxication of the organism at this period has been shown. The obtained results give an essential material for understanding the laws in the development of the endocrine-metabolic response to the stress. The data about the differences in the status of the patients in the phase of remission and in the phase of the more acute disease can be used for the development of methods of the individual control of the patients state, for the selection of the optimum duration of the unloading period. The data are included in the course of lectures by the not medicamentous methods of treatment of the bronchial asthma in the St.-Petersburg Medical University, have been used in the clinic practice of the Institute of Prophylactic Medicine (St.-Petersburg)Available from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06P - Physiology, 06E - Medicine, BIOLOGY, MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Year: 1995
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