Objective. To study the T-cellular immunity in patients with infectious mononucleosis (IM) in the acute period and during the recovery.
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The article deals with some issues of vaccination safety. Contraindications and precautions for vaccination are indicated. The vaccines classification, their general characteristics, the list of the vaccines used in the Republic of Belarus are presented. The vaccines and their basic reactogenic components that can cause side effects after immunization are listed. The variants, frequency, some pathogenic mechanisms of adverse reactions to the vaccines various components are presented. The patient management at the allergic reaction to a vaccine components is indicated.
Objective. To determine peculiarities of the vital functions control in patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) of different severities while monitoring the heart rate variability parameters for choosing a personalized complex of treatment measures according to the functional state of every specific patient’s organism.
Objective. To develop a therapeutic-diagnostic algorithm and to improve the results of treatment for different forms of the sump-syndrome after the biliodigestive anastomoses formed.
Objective. Evaluating the intraoperative Cisplacel chemotherapy efficacy in managing grade IV glioblastoma patients the criteria being the progression-free survival and overall survival values allowing for the prognostic factors. Materials and methods. 445 patients with brain glioblastoma aged 16 to 78 years and Karnofsky performance status ³50% having received postoperative radio- or chemoradiotherapy with Temozolomide after surgical intervention, 51 (11.5%) of them having been administered intraoperative local Cisplacel chemotherapy.
The article presents a case of recurrent meningitis associated with meningocele accompanied by liquorrhea. Two episodes of meningitis in a 8.5 months and 1 year 6 months babies caused by the group B Streptococcus are described in detail.