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Volume 9 Number 5 Year 2019

68 articles in this issue 

Eva Novitasari,Sugiyanto Sugiyanto,Sapta Kunta Purnama

This study aims to determine the club's background, supporting resources for club coaching, supporting coaching resources, the process of implementing achievement training, facilities and infrastructure, and funding for the Petrokimia Gresik women's volle... see more

Pags. 11 - 19  

Justyna Szpyt,Magdalena Gebska

Mandibular prognathism (progenism, underbite) is a type of malocclusion characterised by an abnormally anterior position of the mandible or the underdevelopment of the maxilla. The profile of an individual with the pathology is significantly prolonged in ... see more

Pags. 20 - 31  

Agnieszka Berendt,Monika Wójtowicz-Marzec,Monika Dobrowolska,Anna Kwasniewska

The article describes a case of Omenn syndrome in neonatal period. Omenn syndrome was diagnosed in two of three children of the same parents. Both of children had skin erythroderma since birth and eosynophilia in blood tests. The course of the disease i... see more

Pags. 32 - 43  

Kacper Pajor,Katarzyna Weber-Nowakowska

IntroductionPowerlifting consists of exercises (squat, bench press, deadlift) that are corresponding to the three popular movement patterns. Working on proper functioning of muscles involved in these movements should have a positive impact on their perfor... see more

Pags. 44 - 57  

Sergey Dolomatov,Walery Zukow

The publication is devoted to the consideration of the mechanisms of the adaptive capabilities of the kidney in norm, based on epigenetic control systems of protein biosynthesis. This paper emphasizes the high plasticity of epigenetic mechanisms. The thes... see more

Pags. 58 - 74  

Marcin Mikos,Magdalena Zurowska-Wolak,Zofia Paradowska,Aleksandra Izabela Czerw

In Poland, falls constitute the major cause of hospitalisation and deaths among all types of accidents. Around 5,000 people die because of that per year (the standardised rate: 8.8. per 100,000 population). Nearly 70 % of the deaths caused by falls are r... see more

Pags. 75 - 80  

Karol Lorenc Lorenc,Magdalena Koziol,Alicja Sobek,Mateusz Pawlicki,Anna Lopuszynska,Zofia Misztal,Marcin Lewicki,Agata Smolen

Increase in the incidence of multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacterial strains pose a significant threat to healthcare system worldwide. New antibiotics are necessary to combat particularly resitant pathogens. WHO’s global priority pathogens list was pu... see more

Pags. 81 - 88  

Katarzyna Ciechanowska

Avascular necrosis constitute a syndrome characterized by the withering away of bone tissue and cartilaginous tissue without the participation of pathogenic microorganisms. This disease often occurs in the roots of the growing bones of children and young ... see more

Pags. 89 - 95  

Pawel Musial

Creating a medical emergency system is a long-lasting and demanding process. It requires experience and the cooperation of a range of environments: medical, administrative, and political ones. In the development of system solutions in medical rescue and e... see more

Pags. 96 - 106  

Robert Czerski,Marek Kustra,Krzysztof Goniewicz

From the beginning of The North Atlantic Pact has been based on the concept of collective defense. This assumption takes on meaning after 2014. The annexation of Crimea to Russia and the hybrid war in Ukraine are confirming the Increase of military threat... see more

Pags. 107 - 112  

Robert Czerski,Marek Kustra,Krzysztof Goniewicz

Participation of countries in international alliances stems from a desire to increase the level of national security through the support of its own defense capabilities guarantees the assistance provided by the allies. The North Atlantic Treaty was based ... see more

Pags. 113 - 119  

Yuyun Suprapto,Luthfiyah Nurlaela,Siti Masitoh

Learning style is the way individuals begin to concentrate on, process, internalize, and remember new and difficult academic information or skill. Learning styles or human learning modalities generally consist of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning ... see more

Pags. 120 - 126  

Sri Lestari Ramadhani Nasution,Monica Putri,Welpin Hulu,Ermi Girsang,Ali Napiah Nasution

Burns known as damaged tissue which caused by contact with hot sources, such as water, fire, chemicals, electricity, and radiation. It has impact not only to skin damage but also to the whole body system. Senna Alata (Cassia alata L) is considered as herb... see more

Pags. 127 - 136  

Amanda Mandera,Anna Pawlikowska,Ewa Magdalena Szuster,Aleksander Calkosinski,Paulina Kostrzewska,Maciej Majewski

Introduction and purpose:Eating disorders are a serious problem in the developing world. The media are flooding the public images of thinness promoting it as a healthy, fashionable and perfect. This contributes to the increasing prevalence of eating disor... see more

Pags. 137 - 144  

Aleksander Calkosinski,Paulina Kostrzewska,Maciej Majewski,Amanda Mandera,Anna Pawlikowska,Ewa Magdalena Szuster

Humans have consumed foods made from beans from the Theobroma cacao tree for centuries. Already Aztec warriors supported the cocoa powder drink before the battle. In modern society, chocolate has been known for its good taste. Earlier, chocolate used to b... see more

Pags. 145 - 154  

Eleni Jasiukiewicz,Anna Fabian-Danielewska,Patrycja Piatek

Allergic rhinitis affects nearly 500 million people in the world and is now considered not only to be a local catarrh of the nasal passages, but a chronic systemic respiratory disease. Proof of generalization of this process is the frequent coexistence of... see more

Pags. 155 - 160  

Mateusz Minda,Agata Piasecka

Introduction and purpose of the work: In Lazarus and Folkman's transactional theory of stress and coping, stress is treated as a relationship between an individual and environment, which is perceived by a person as excessively demanding. It may lead to a ... see more

Pags. 161 - 171  

Jaroslaw Domaradzki,Sebastian Chmielewski,Dawid Kozlenia

Introduction: Body physique is an important determinant of sports success. Knowledge in this area enables the effective selection of players for various sports disciplines. Aim: Using a multidimensional perspective, to determine the degree of variation in... see more

Pags. 172 - 186  

Nataliia Hrytsai,Iryna Trokhymchuk,Igor Grygus,Walery Zukow

Excursions are an important form of organization of teaching biology in secondary schools. However, in the universities, the methodical training of future biology teachers is more aimed at conducting lessons. In the article the necessity of goal-directed ... see more

Pags. 187 - 198  

Grzegorz Borenski,Magdalena Wójcik,Julita Poleszak,Przemyslaw Szabat,Marta Szabat,Joanna Milanowska

Introduction: Wine is worldwide known drink with a long history. It is popular in many cultures and diets. It is a component of Mediterranean diet, which is an example of healthy eating. Red wine seems to be an essential component of the diet, since moder... see more

Pags. 199 - 208  

Karolina Kubiak,Jakub Husejko,Malgorzata Gajos,Oktawia Wysocka,Martyna Lamtych,Aleksandra Modlinska,Joanna Sarnowska,Patryk Gaborek,Natalia Krakowska,Milosz Kankowski,Kornelia Kedziora-Kornatowska

Introduction: Stress incontinence is a problem increasingly affecting older people. This discomfort has an impact on women as a greater extent. Stress urinary incontinence is described as involuntary leakage of urine during even minor efforts: sneezing, c... see more

Pags. 209 - 220  

Emilia Howoruszko,Szymon Szumial,Aleksandra Izabela Czerw

It is estimated that about 400,000 people in Poland suffer from rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Only a few epidemiological studies documenting the incidence of musculoskeletal disorders in the Polish population have been conducted. The medical literature mainl... see more

Pags. 221 - 231  

Martyna Koc,Szymon Szumial,Aleksandra Izabela Czerw

The article presents the estimation of indirect costs of chronic N18 kidney disease in Poland.Research methods: The presented estimates were based on the human capital method. They concern the costs of absenteeism, presenteeism, informal care, permanent o... see more

Pags. 232 - 240  

Bartosz Kulikowski,Krzysztof Zdziarski,Krzysztof Antczak

Introduction: Physical activity is the main factor in strengthening health in every phase of life and an important element in connection with the quality of life. When assessing the quality of life of older people it is necessary to take into account vari... see more

Pags. 241 - 250  

Grzegorz Zielinski,Michal Baszczowski,Aleksandra Bys,Zuzanna Filipiak,Michal Ginszt,Marta Suwala,Piotr Majcher

INTRODUCTIONPain within the glenohumeral joint is characterized as a limitation and pain when performing shoulder joint movements. Considering that this ailment is found in about 20-33% of the population, it seems to be important to investigate the factor... see more

Pags. 251 - 255  

Patrycja Lanowy,Krystian Slusarz,Weronika Pyka,Jakub Dzindzio,Milosz Bichalski,Maria Blaszkowska,Barbara Oczko-Grzesik,Jerzy Jaroszewicz

Actinomycosis is neglected, an uncommon disease caused by bacteria. The greatest difficulty in correct and early diagnostics of actinomycosis is the fact that it often mimics other conditions. The difficulties in diagnostic of actinomycosis result in misd... see more

Pags. 256 - 264  

Anna Choromanska,Szymon Szumial,Aleksandra Izabela Czerw

Arterial hypertension (AH) and related cardiovascular complications are considered to be a global factor of morbidity and mortality of the adult population. Every year, over 9 million people die prematurely due to arterial hypertension and its complicatio... see more

Pags. 265 - 279  

Patrycja Wozniak,Katarzyna Weber-Nowakowska

Introduction. Hippotherapy is one of the most popular forms of zootherapy. The ability to provide a disabled person with a close contact with a horse has a strong impact on the emotional, cognitive, social and physical spheres. The aim of the study was to... see more

Pags. 280 - 297  

Alyu Mardiana,Muchsin Doewes,Sapta Kunta Purnama

The purpose of this study are: 1) Facilitate and clarify basic basketball technique training material with the video tutorial media. 2) Know how to develop video tutorial based learning media on basketball shooting material that fits the needs and charact... see more

Pags. 298 - 303  

Paulina Gdanska,Iwona Kiersnowska,Joanna Baranowska,Marta Kotomska,Piotr Wegrzyn

The paper presents the role of phototherapy in treatment of depression in pregnancy, puerperium and other selected psychiatric diseases. Bright light therapy can be used as an independent form of treatment or as a method supplementing pharmacotherapy. The... see more

Pags. 304 - 309  

Michal Piwonski,Klaudia Zak,Piotr Piech,Malgorzata Nescior

Introduction: Pulmonary embolism (PE) is a severe condition that can be the source of significant morbidity and mortality. It is the major complication of venous thromboembolism (VTE) which, by occluding the pulmonary arterial bed may lead to an acute lif... see more

Pags. 310 - 318  

Marta Wojdat,Roman Ossowski

Aim: Compare the level of aggression of women and men training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) with average aggression from a randomly selected control group and analyze the results in terms of therapeutic value.Material and methods: A group of 38 women and a g... see more

Pags. 319 - 338  

Ardhian Tomy Kurniawan,M. Furqon Hidayatullah,Muchsin Doewes

The purpose of this study was to determine anthropometry and dominant physical conditions to determine the achievement of 12-16 year old basketball athletes.This study used a population of basketball players aged 12-16 years in basketball clubs in Solo Ra... see more

Pags. 339 - 345  

Julita Poleszak,Przemyslaw Szabat,Marta Szabat,Grzegorz Borenski,Magdalena Wójcik,Joanna Milanowska

Introduction: Biofeedback (BFB) is about improving conscious control over emotional states and some physiological activities. It is a non-invasive, painless and completely safe technique of self-regulation of the body and mind through psychophysiology.The... see more

Pags. 346 - 353  

Pawel Polski,Paulina Polska,Michal Tobiasz,Agnieszka Turkosz

The aim of this work is to show the problem of the diastasis of abdominal muscles most often found in pregnant women, postpartum and obese people. After delivery, simple muscles do not always return to their normal position. They remain significantly weak... see more

Pags. 354 - 358  

Maria Dabrowska,Jakub Lisecki,Maciej Biernacki,Monika Paruszewska-Achtel,Agata Ulenberg,Grzegorz Ulenberg

During pregnancy, a number of changes take place in the woman's body. They often cause pain in the spine, especially the lumbosacral segment. Dynamic slicing supports the rehabilitation of women during pregnancy, thanks to the fact that it has an analgesi... see more

Pags. 359 - 362  

Nanang Kusnadi,Moch Asmawi,James Tangkudung

This study is aimed at developing training model for forehand smash skill in badminton. It applied Research and Development (R and D) and it adopted the method from Borg and Call featuring 10 steps to accomplish. To determine the level of significance of ... see more

Pags. 363 - 372  

Zaneta Kieliszek,Szymon Szumial,Aleksandra Izabela Czerw

The study presents an analysis of indirect costs in Poland generated by bronchial asthma, which according to the ICD-10 classification was marked with number J45. The final indirect cost of absenteeism for asthma and asthmatic condition in 2016 amounted t... see more

Pags. 380 - 391  

Daria Zaborna,Beniamin Szmelcer,Natalia Krakowska,Aleksandra Fortuna,Patrycja Wszelaki,Aleksander Florczak,Michal Wilczynski,Malgorzata Gajos,Natalia Skierkowska,Mateusz Porada,Mariusz Wasicki,Mateusz Modrzejewski,Kornelia Kedziora-Kornatowska

Background: The replacement of inefficient or lost organs, especially in the case of lower ends, is associated with a huge experience for the patient, especially in emotional terms. However, with the development of medicine and technology, they allow pati... see more

Pags. 392 - 403  

Agata Wawryków,Katarzyna Korabiusz,Monika Stecko,Anna Fabian-Danielewska,Agnieszka Wilczynska,Patrycja Piatek,Magdalena Zukowska,Pawel Wawryków

A human organism is a great place for living a huge and very diverse microflora. The most colonized seems to be the digestive tract. The balance between the host organism and the microbiome is extremely important. One of the causes of homeostasis disorder... see more

Pags. 404 - 409  

Maria Dabrowska,Monika Paruszewska-Achtel,Jakub Lisiecki,Maciej Biernacki,Agata Ulenberg,Grzegorz Ulenberg

The treatment of the temporomandibular joints dysfunctions shall be complex due to several possible causes that trigger the disorders. Rehabilitation is based on adopting the techniques that originate from manual therapy, applying physiotherapy, classical... see more

Pags. 410 - 415  

Sylwia Paulina Jopkiewicz

SummaryIntroduction and objective: Cancer arises from genetic and epigenetic changes in the cell. Indication of the direct causes of cancer is no doubt very difficult, because the process of carcinogenesis is a multi-level and multi-stage. Knowledge of ex... see more

Pags. 416 - 429  

Sylwia Paulina Jopkiewicz

Summary: Introduction and objective:Constantly increasing number of cancers, as well as too low efficiency of the treatment of advanced stages of the disease implies the search for effective action both in terms of primary prevention and secondary. The ar... see more

Pags. 430 - 441  

Sylwia Paulina Jopkiewicz

Introduction and objective: Free radicals (ROS), affect the course of each step of the process of carcinogenesis. Antioxidants that interact with ROS inactivates them, resulting in a positive effect both in preventing and inhibiting the progression of can... see more

Pags. 442 - 453  

Michal Wilczynski,Beniamin Piotr Szmelcer,Natalia Krakowska,Aleksandra Fortuna,Patrycja Wszelaki,Aleksander Florczak,Daria Zaborna,Justyna Ciepluch,Malgorzata Gajos,Natalia Skierkowska,Mateusz Porada,Mariusz Wasicki,Mateusz Modrzejewski,Kornelia Copernicus Kedziora-Kornatowska

Abstract:Background: Spinal cord injuries are a traumatic phenomenon not only for the physical sphere, but equally affect the human psyche. The patient ceases to be independent in his actions, he must face a completely new situation for himself and the en... see more

Pags. 454 - 466  

Patrycja Lanowy,Katarzyna Mocny-Pachonska,Agata Trzciona,Marta Tanasiewicz

Introduction: Caries is a common disease with a complex etiology, classified as a civilization disease. In Poland, it affects up to 90% of children. According to research, 99.9% of Poles between 34 and 44 years old have or have been suffering from caries ... see more

Pags. 467 - 475  

Agnieszka Walejko,Anna Fabian-Danielewska,Katarzyna Korabiusz

The most important course in thyroid diseases is pharmacological treatment - thyroid hormone supplementation or inhibition of gland function in case of its hyperactivity. There is more and more evidence for the beneficial effect of a proper diet on the co... see more

Pags. 476 - 483  

Daniel Glori Christanto,Sugiyanto Sugiyanto,Sapta Kunta Purnama

The objective of research was to implement and to find out the result of need analysis, to develop early product (prototype) by implementing and finding out the result of expert and field tests, and to implement product effectiveness test in order to find... see more

Pags. 484 - 496  

Ulya Mardiani,Sugiyanto Sugiyanto,M. Furqon Hidayatullah

This study aims to determine: 1) Differences in the effect a combination of exercises, 2) Differences in swimming speed. 3) Effect interactions between combinations of exercises with age groups. This study used an experimental method with a factorial 2 x ... see more

Pags. 497 - 507  

Pawel Piepiora,Artur Kwiecinski,Juliusz Migasiewicz

Background & Aim: The aim of this study was to determine whether the level of focus affects a person’s ability to overcome the fear of falling during leading in competition climbing. Matherial and Method: The subjects were members of the Polish competitio... see more

Pags. 516 - 533  

Natalia Krakowska,Beniamin Piotr Szmelcer,Daria Zaborna,Aleksandra Fortuna,Patrycja Wszelaki,Aleksander Florczak,Michal Wilczynski,Justyna Ciepluch,Natalia Skierkowska,Mateusz Porada,Mariusz Wasicki,Mateusz Modrzejewski,Kornelia Kedziora-Kornatowska

Abstract:Background: Damage to the spinal cord most often occurs as a result of spine injury, often causing the disability. In every patient with paraplegia, complications may occur in the form of: sensory disorders, bedsores, contractures, urinary and st... see more

Pags. 534 - 546  

O. Ye. Akimov,I. O. Kovalova,V. O. Kostenko

This experiment carried on 35 white Wistar rats aimed at studying the markers of connective tissue destruction during chronic nitrate-fluoride intoxication and its correction by nanosized silica oxide. It has been found out that co-administration of sodiu... see more

Pags. 547 - 555  

Dmitro Yakimenko

The purpose of the research was the identification of association of organs and systems damage in Sjogren’s syndrome with the presence of organ-specific and organ-nonspecific autoantibodies.On the basis of complex examination of 21 patients with Sjogren’s... see more

Pags. 556 - 563  

A. I. Rudenko,L. M. Mosiychuck,O. M. Khomenko,O. P. Petishko

This article is about learning of the aggression factors and the gastric juice and oral liquid protection of the patients with precancerous changes in the mucous gastric membrane of stomach.32 middle-aged people were researched, who were at the inpatient ... see more

Pags. 564 - 574  

I. A. Tuchkina,M. Yu. Tuchkina,A. A. Novikova

The study, which was conducted at the clinical bases of the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatric Gynecology of the Kharkov National Medical University for 2 years, included 98 adolescent girls with abnormal uterine bleeding during puberty (A... see more

Pags. 575 - 582  

A. I. Gozhenko,Yu. M. Hryshko,T. V. Gorbach

According to our hypothesis, one of the mechanisms in the development and progression of cardiovascular diseases may be metabolic changes that are inadequate with the functional responses of adaptation, indicating the disruption of the functional and meta... see more

Pags. 583 - 594  

N. V. Tofan,V. B. Iablonska,O. V. Khyzhnyak,O. Yu. Nigreskul,S. A. Novikov

In patients with arterial hypertension (AH) pharmacotherapy often remains ineffective because of comorbid pathology. Research of haemodynamic and homeostatic processes in such patients allows prescribe effective antihypertensive medicines, improve life qu... see more

Pags. 595 - 601  

Victor Syvolap,Nataliya Kapshytar

Introduction. Acute heart failure is a complication of Q-myocardial infarction that affects the acute period and long-term outcome of the disease. The study of new predictors and outcomes of acute heart failure remains an urgent problem. Objective. To ass... see more

Pags. 602 - 616  

Anton Gorodokin

Introduction. Substitution Maintenance Therapy (SMT) has now received the status of a conventional treatment for opioid dependence in Ukraine. It has been introduced since 2005, and by 2018 more than 9.000 patients are systematically receiving SMT. The da... see more

Pags. 617 - 624  

N. O. Maksymchuk,V. M. Konovchuk

Kidney injury in case of endogenous intoxication syndrome of purulent-septic genesis necessitates nephroprotective therapy. The aim of the work was to determine effects of combined use of sorbilact and L-arginine to levels of toxemia and the detoxificatio... see more

Pags. 625 - 631  

N. A. Rykalo,Yu. M. Berehovenko,O. V. Androshchuk

The article presents structural changes of glomerular component of kidneys in rats with chronic toxic hepatitis (CTH) and the results of its correction with lisinopril and L-arginine L-glutamate. The influence of ACE inhibitors or angiotensin-blockers (AT... see more

Pags. 632 - 639  

O. O. Litvinenko,S. I. Korovin,L. B. Kutsenko

The basis of the research was the analysis of the results of treatment of 130 patients with malignant fibrous histiocytoma of limbs soft tissues. The patients were treated at the National Cancer Institute from 1985 to 2016. The analysis made showed that t... see more

Pags. 640 - 650  

O Popadynets’,A Gozhenko,W Zukow,I Popovych

Background. In mathematics the entropy is a measure of uncertainty of a random function; in the theory of information entropy is a measure of uncertainty in a situation, any experience (test) that can have different consequences. The entropy is also a mea... see more

Pags. 651 - 666  

Klaudia Kwiatkowska,Martyna Lamtych,Karolina Kubiak,Ewelina Litwa,Nataliia Badiuk

Introduction: Myasthenia gravis (MG) is an autoimmune disease in which neuromuscular conduction disorders occur. The reason is the loss of acetylcholine receptors and the presence of antibodies directed against these receptors. The most characteristic sym... see more

Pags. 667 - 675  

L. V. Moroz,I. Yu. Bondaruk

The results of chronic viral hepatitis C patients examinations are described. A comparative characteristic of the diagnostic informative value of direct (hyaluronic acid) and indirect (alanine aminotransferase, aspartate aminotransferase, de Ritis coeffic... see more

Pags. 676 - 688  

Yu. S. Khodakivsky

In the article presented the results of the empirical study of resilience and coping strategies in chronic back pain syndrome (CBPS) patients are given. The problem was investigated depending on the variant of affective arrangement of psychopathological s... see more

Pags. 689 - 701  

A. O. Shyrykalova,A. V. Grekova,Ya. F. Burdina,T. A. Sidelnykova

The article is dedicated to the one of the modern medical chemistry section named colloidal chemistry. It is not only component of basic chemical equation of future doctors and pharmacist, subject of medical and pharmacephtical scientific and experiment i... see more

Pags. 702 - 708  

O. M. Nosenko,O. M. Kosyuga

Pregnancy in women with adenomyosis has an increased risk of multiple obstetric complications, especially early pregnancy losses. The purpose of the study was to conduct a comparative analysis of the impact of different methods of curation of pregnant wom... see more

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