New Zealand has lately recognised a refugee diligence from a class from the island state of Tuvalu. The class cited mood modification as one intellect for resettlement.Tuvalu is a Polynesian island state of but 10 straightforward miles placed betwixt Hawaii and Australia. It is located a bare six feet supra sea grade and is in peril of organism swallowed up by the man's rise oceans. Joined Pressure Outside reports that the refugee kinsfolk, whose covering New Zealand regime get already recognized, had potent inherited ties to the land and that clime alter was but one of respective factors cited Read more [...]
Ftazin (Phthazinum; List B) — sulfanilamide preparation. Ftalazolom close to (see) and sulfapiridazina (see). Ftazin is used to treat dysentery, enterocolitis and colitis. Appoint 0.5 g 2 times day (First day and 1 g).
The course of treatment lasts 5 — 7 days. During the treatment excessive drinking. When receiving ftazina may experience diarrhea disorders, skin rashes, etc. Ftazin contraindicated in hypersensitive sulfonamides. Method of issuance: powder and pills to 0.5 g Store in a dark place. See also sulfanilamides.
Fruktozemiya - Is an autosomal recessive hereditary disease, characterized by metabolic disorders of fructose. Refers to a hereditary enzymopathies (see), by the lack of the enzyme fructose-1-phosphate aldolase. Disease first described in 1956 by deficiency of the enzyme fructose-1-phosphate aldolase leads to the accumulation in the blood and tissues of the body uncleaved fructose-1-phosphate, and increased it in the urine.
The clinical symptoms of the disease appear from the appointment baby fruit juice, cow's milk, cereals, sugar-sweetened. In children, there is vomiting, diarrhea, decreased Read more [...]
Sinusitis - An inflammation of the frontal sinus. The main role in the etiology of sinusitis belongs pathogens. Often sinusitis is a complication of infectious diseases. Chronic sinusitis - the result of repeated and undertreated acute inflammation.
Distinguish acute sinusitis catarrhal and purulent, chronic suppurative, serous-catarrhal (edematous polypoid) and mixed. Due to swollen mucosa broken cross fronto-nasal canal. Acute sinusitis: headache, pain in the walls of the sinus, especially under pressure, pain in the corresponding eye, watery eyes. Possible swelling of the eyelids, fever, Read more [...]
» Fundament Tension Fault Terrible Emphasis FRACTURES are the solvent of perennial power in one ar, and the virtually park breaks surface in the pocket-size castanets, called metatarsals, in the egg of the base, and the bigger tarsals, finisher to the ankle. They typically hap in runners and hoops players aft a sudden gain in grooming chroma or milage.Discourse: "Virtually emphasis fractures yield leastways quartet to six weeks to mend, and the lone affair that helps is remainder," says Marje Albohm, an gymnastic trainer with Indianapolis, Indiana's OrthoIndy sports-medicine Read more [...]
Frenikus-symptom - Is tenderness on pressure between the legs of sternocleidomastoid muscle in the supraclavicular area, in the projection of phrenic nerve in the neck. Is due to irritation of the nerve branches in some acute diseases and injuries of abdominal, and thoracic cavities.
The most frequently frenikus-symptom right revealed acute cholecystitis (synonym symptom Musso). However, it can be positive for ruptured duodenal ulcer, subdiaphragmatic abscess and other diseases. Frenikus-symptom on the left can be positive for gastric ulcer perforation, rupture of the spleen, ectopic pregnancy Read more [...]
Franklinization - a method of electrotherapy, in which the patient is exposed to a static electric field of high voltage. When Franklinization have a constant electric field, light ions, ozone, and nitrogen oxides, which result from the "quiet" of the discharge.
Fig. 1. General franklinization - Electrostatic shower (apparatus AF-2).
Fig. 2. Local franklinization.The mechanism of action - see Electrotherapy. Franklinization use the following procedure. With a total exposure - electrostatic soul - the patient sits on a wooden chair, putting his feet on the metal electrode is connected Read more [...]
Photopsia — It is a subjective sensation of light in the form of sparks, light, lightning, fire surface, glowing rings, lines, etc. The reasons photopsias are various pathological processes in the visual analyzer inflammatory or noninflammatory nature (tumors, vascular spasms, retinal detachment, etc.). Photopsias may also be in patients with functional disorders of the nervous system. Photopsias sometimes even with almost blinding.
Treatment photopsias is to remove their causes.
Fotary - is room, equipped for the general group of ultraviolet irradiation during exercise. Sources of ultraviolet radiation are mercury-quartz lamp or erythemic uviol (see ultraviolet irradiators). Fotary arrange in health care facilities (nursing homes, children's recreational facilities, health centers in mines, factories, plants, etc.), as well as sports halls, rest homes, etc.
Fotariya scheme with the central irradiation facility: 1 - feed with lamp PRK-7 (PRK-2) 2 - lamp SoLux 3 - line location is irradiated 4 - Reception, 5 - room with a remote control, 6 - cloakroom.There are kinds Read more [...]
Boreal species. Distributed in the forest zone of the Palearctic and Iearktikn. In the RSFSR range covers not only the forest area, but tapers off further south (Sazonov 1959). In Kazakhstan, distributed in the northern plains and in the mountains. Imago captured in East Kazakhstan, Pavlodar and Aktyu binskoy-fields, and the larvae are found in the Pavlodar and Kostanai regions. Known from adjacent areas of Western Siberia and the Altai (Zhelohovtsev, 1938 Kukharchuk, 1965).
Monocyclic late spring look. Insignificant number in all regions of Kazakhstan, except Bayanaul, confirms the view Read more [...]
Organophosphorus compounds - substances whose molecules have phosphorus-carbon bond, ie, the phosphorus atom is directly attached to a carbon atom (in contrast to other products containing phosphorus and carbon compounds, such as phosphates, where the relation between C and P via oxygen) . To organophosphorus compounds are derivatives of hydrogen phosphide (RH3) - phosphine. Primary and secondary phosphines are chemically unstable and liable to catch fire. Phosphines - strong poisons. Acute toxicity and exceptionally high biological activity organophosphorus compounds form the basis of using Read more [...]
Phosphorylation - Is joining phosphoric acid to a molecule of organic matter. Phosphorylation adenozindifosfornoy acid (ADP) to form adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is the main mechanism of accumulation of energy in the cell. Phosphorylation of different substances is a process for activating their further transformation in the body. ATP can be formed during respiration - oxidation Phosphorylation, during glycolysis - glycolytic phosphorylation in photosynthesis - photosynthetic Phosphorylation. Education phospholipids in the cell, fosfoproteidov, fosfosaharov etc. is when you transfer the balance Read more [...]
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Of the known artificial radioactive isotope of phosphorus is of practical importance only P32 with a half-life 14.5 days, having only beta radiation with a maximum energy of 1.7 MeV. This radiation is absorbed in a layer of water or biological tissue about 1 cm thick, and the air is distributed over a distance of up to 8 liters.
P32 is usually obtained in the nuclear reactor of non-radioactive phosphorus. Activity P32 in small samples measured beta-counter. In some cancers, especially of the brain, P32 concentrates more (10-100, and sometimes up to 500 times) than in normal tissue. It is used Read more [...]
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Phosphorus (Phosphorus, P) - a chemical element, atomic weight, 30,97; t ° melting 44,1 °; t ° boiling 280,5 °; pair is 4.3 times heavier than air, the air is easily oxidized and spontaneous combustion. In a production environment (in the chemical industry), workers may be exposed to white or yellow phosphorus. Red phosphorus is insoluble in body fluids and is considered non-toxic.
The lethal dose for humans phosphorus 0.05-0.15 g.Popadaya on the skin, phosphorus flammable and is formed by phosphoric acid leads to severe skin burns with a slow healing.
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Fosfoproteidy — Are complex proteins that contain phosphoric acid, which is connected to a polypeptide chain. Phosphoric acid can easily be cleaved by the action of alkalis and much more difficult — in the presence of acids. By fosfoproteidam include casein, egg proteins (ovalbumin, Vitellius, fosvitin) and some tissue enzymes (phosphorylase A, hexokinase, etc.), by which the transfer of phosphate groups. Reversible phosphorylation (see) a number of proteins plays an important biological role in muscle contraction, regulation of gene activity and other body functions.
Phosphates - are salts of phosphoric acids. The most common and important in practice are the salt of phosphoric acid (H3PO4). Orthophosphoric acid depending on the number of hydrogen atoms substituted in its molecule to the metal atoms to form three rows of phosphate: Medium, or trisodium phosphates (eg K3RO4), acidic, or disubstituted, phosphates (eg K2NRO4) and monosubstituted F, (eg , KN2RO4). The water soluble only alkali metal phosphates. To also include phosphate esters of phosphoric acid. Some of them, such as adenosine triphosphate, is the battery and power source in biochemical processes. Read more [...]
Phosphaturia - Is the presence in urine sediment svezhevypuschennoy phosphates. The reaction of the urine is alkaline. Primary phosphaturia been in violation of the exchange of phosphorus in the body in an unchanged mucosa of the urinary tract, the secondary phosphaturia - In inflammatory processes and pathological changes in the urinary tract.
Phosphaturia may be accompanied by dull pain in the lumbar region, a violation of urination.
Primary phosphaturia difficult to treat. In secondary phosphaturia activities should be directed to the treatment of the underlying disease, the removal of Read more [...]
Formaldehyde (Formaldehydum) - formic aldehyde. In clinical practice using 40% aqueous solution of formaldehyde - formalin (Formalinum) as a disinfectant and deodorizing cleanser, skin treatment for excessive sweating (0.5-1% solution) for the disinfection of instruments (0.5% solution) In gynecology for douching (1: 2000-1: 3000), as well as for preserving anatomical specimens (10-15%) and in histological practice. Formalin - 40% solution formaldehyde - has bactericidal, fungicidal and sporicidal properties. Wet disinfection facilities formalin do not apply because of an irritating odor, is Read more [...]