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System lipidic distress-syndrome at traumatic illness

By A. P. Vlasov, V. A. Trofimov, A. N. Mitroshin and G. A. Shevalayev

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The purpose of work was studying of a role of systemic lipid metabolism disturbances in a pathogenesis of homeostasis disorders in the early posttraumatic period at fractures of pelvic bones in experiment and clinic. Pilot and clinical studies are put in a basis of work with application of the techniques estimating structure phospholipid membranes of erythrocytes, cells of a liver, kidneys, heart, lungs, and also intensity of the processes participating in a regulation of a lipid metabolism. Results. It is established that at a pelvic trauma change of lipids structure arise not only in a blood, but also other tissues structures (a liver, kidneys, lungs, heart) that is caused by activization of phosfolipaze systems, an intensification of lipids peroxidation process. There is a systemic lipid distress syndrome. The arisen changes - one of significant in a pathogenesis of traumatic illness. At modification of lipid structure of a biomembrane the morphological and functional condition of a cell starts suffering. It is substrate of emergence of disregulation pathologies. The received scientific facts can be the base for intelligent medical actions for the purpose of the prevention of emergence of a "favorable" background of disregulation conditions by vectorial impact on one of its main pathogenetic links - a systemic lipide distress syndrome

Topics: травма таза, липиды, перекисное окисление липидов, фосфолипазная активность, эндогенная интоксикация, pelvic trauma, lipids, peroxidation of lipids, phospholipaze activity, endogenic intoxication, Orthopedic surgery, RD701-811
Publisher: Vreden Russian Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.21823/2311-2905-2013--3-45-50
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:bb76738f577743369cc14fd682f86ac7
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