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Volume 9 Number 3 Year 2019

68 articles in this issue 

Alexander P Romanchuk,Oksana V Guzii

To determine the features of the distribution of the parameters of the systolic (SBPV) and diastolic (DBPV) blood pressure variability dependent on the level of functional state (FS) of the athletes’ body "Spiroarteriocardiorhythmograph" was used. 104 mal... see more

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Robert Plaziak

This article discusses the financing and organizational structure of the State Emergency Medical Services in Poland (PRM) relating to fundamental documents as stated on February 2019. It presents a historical outline of the formation and organization of t... see more

Pags. 21 - 39  

Zaneta Kimber-Trojnar,Jolanta Patro-Malysza,Bozena Leszczynska-Gorzelak

INTRODUCTION: Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) has often been referred to as the “marker” for the development of diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular diseases in future lives of women. In the current literature the adiponectin-leptin ratio is presented... see more

Pags. 40 - 47  

Wojciech Czyzewski,Jakub Stepien,Bartlomiej Tyzo,Jakub Litak,Bartlomiej Kulesza,Pawel Szmygin,Dominik Staniewicz,Kamil Torres

Background: We are presenting a case and as well as its analyzis regarding subdural hematoma reoperations.Case description: A 48-year-old patient after head trauma operated on due to diagnosed right-sided subdural hematoma. On the second day of hospitaliz... see more

Pags. 48 - 52  

Piotr Toman

Foreign bodies in the airways in children are a very important diagnostic and therapeutic problem. With these cases meet both emergency rooms, emergency departments, general pediatric wars and ENT wards. Aspiration of a foreign body is a frequent factor c... see more

Pags. 53 - 60  

Magdalena Lemska,Elzbieta Bernaciak,Wioletta Medrzycka-Dabrowska,Grazyna Mazurek,Magdalena Michalewicz,Helena Mirus-Arabik

Demographic changes taking place in Poland and in the world, a decrease in the number of births and prolonged life expectancy have resulted in an increase in the number of elderly people. The success of today’s medicine is among others prevention of chron... see more

Pags. 61 - 76  

Marcin Trojnar,Jolanta Patro-Malysza,Bozena Leszczynska-Gorzelak

Among novel adipokines fatty acid binding protein 4 (FABP4) seems to be one of the most promising predictors of long-term metabolic pregnancy complications.The aim of the study was to evaluate FABP4 serum/urine gradients which are quotients of the serum F... see more

Pags. 77 - 84  

Izabela Wróblewska,Zuzanna Wróblewska,Stanislaw Manulik

Introduction: Gastrointestinal cancers (GICs) are one of the main factors of morbidity and mortality in the world. They affect the elderly to a large extent, as the natural ageing processes of the human body may also increase the occurrence of pathologica... see more

Pags. 85 - 96  

Radoslaw Bockowski,Magdalena Gebska

Introduction: Cervical spine pain is one of the most common health problems among adults. The factors contributing to cervical pain include: improper musculoskeletal system strain (lack of ergonomics), absence of active rest and proper prevention. Because... see more

Pags. 97 - 108  

Anna Staniszewska,Magdalena Nidzgorska-Cichonska,Dominik Olejniczak

Aim: Determination of frequency of performing preventive examinations by students of Medical University of Warsaw. Materials & Methods: Study was carried use of an original survey questionnaire, on group of 1000 students of Medical University of Warsaw, i... see more

Pags. 109 - 117  

Elzbieta Bernaciak,Magdalena Lemska,Magdalena Michalewicz,Helena Mirus-Arabik,Sandra Olwert

Nowadays, there are more and more reports of child abuse. However, this is not due to an increase in violence against minors, but to an increase in public awareness. People have begun to report child abuse. Child Abuse Syndrome affects both physical and p... see more

Pags. 118 - 134  

Przemyslaw Szabat,Julita Poleszak,Michal Piwonski,Magdalena Kozyra,Karol Wisniewski,Joanna Milanowska

Introduction: Sleep deprivation is a common phenomenon among modern society. Due to the fact that many people are chronically sleepless, the possible negative consequences of sleep disorders for health should be investigated.The aim of the study: The aim ... see more

Pags. 135 - 145  

Piotr Ksiazek,Piotr Dreher,Sylwia Mojsym-Korybska,Kinga Grabska-Kusiak,Andrzej Wójcik,Miroslaw Pucek

Introduction. As for operational purposes concerning risk factors and activities in health promotion of the National Health Program, one should find the point of talking about reducing the prevalence of smoking. The main characteristics of tobacco depende... see more

Pags. 146 - 152  

Eliza Woloszynek,Katarzyna Maj–Gnat,Jolanta Stepnik,Renata de Pourbaix

The incidence of cancers is rising worldwide Breast cancer is a cancer whose incidence is steadily increasing in the many countries. In women, breast cancer is the most common malignancy whilst its morbidity rates are the se... see more

Pags. 153 - 157  

V. N. Hertsev,A. N. Stoyanov,T. N. Muratova,R. S. Vastyanov,E. A. Kolesnik

As a result of analysis of the available scientific data, a significant relationship between hyperkinetic syndromes and changes in the acid-base state has been revealed. The provoking effect of alkalosis on the occurrence and severity of hyperkinetic diso... see more

Pags. 158 - 169  

Iwona Czerwinska Pawluk,Elwira Paula Pawluk,Angelo Daniel Szymaszek,Walery Zukow

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is classified as a rare genetic disease and at the same time is the most common inherited disease in an autosomal recessive way. In Poland the disease is diagnosed in 1 in 4394-5000 live neonatal births [7, 9]. CF is a systemic chroni... see more

Pags. 170 - 177  

Agata Mularczyk,Anna Stangret,Katarzyna Topczewska,Kamila Gisicka,Agnieszka Licow,Dorota Cwiek,Olimpia Sipak-Szmigiel

Introduction: In order to improve the quality of perinatal care in Poland, the Regulation of the Minister of Health of September 20, 2012 introduced the standards of medical treatment when providing medical care from the field of perinatal care to women d... see more

Pags. 178 - 183  

Anna Monika Lysien,Grzegorz Mikrut,Agnieszka Smykla

Year (2019) is the thirtieth of the opening of the first low-temperature chamber in Poland, is celebrated. This anniversary is a great occasion to recapitulation and evaluate our experince regarding cryogenic temperatures anhibition and present how this m... see more

Pags. 184 - 192  

Anna Moskalonek,Wioletta Mikolajek-Bedner,Karolina Nurek,Dorota Torbé,Andrzej Torbé

Pentraxin 3 (PTX3) belongs to the PTX family, which is represented by the short and long arm proteins. Classified as an acute-phase inflammatory response marker, it plays its role in innate immunity. Being produced by macrophages, monocytes, dendritic ce... see more

Pags. 193 - 208  

Katarzyna Maj-Gnat,Renata De Pourbaix,Jolanta Stepnik,Eliza Woloszynek,Maciej Kielar

INTRODUCTION Sensory integration is a kind of integration or organization of stimuli, the ability to feel and respond properly to news from the world. The organization of stimuli takes place in the brain so that later can use them to create appropriate re... see more

Pags. 209 - 217  

O. B. Lys,M. S. Regeda

The syndrome of endogenous intoxication, which accompanies pathological processes, is caused by many mechanisms. Erythrocyte index of intoxication (EII) is one of the markers of endogenous intoxication. Medium Molecules (MSM) are products of catabolis m o... see more

Pags. 218 - 224  

V. V. Chopyak,Y. F. Tolstyak

Porphyria is group of eight metabolic disorders characterized by defects in hemebiosynthesis. The presentation of porphyria is highly variable, and the symptoms are non specific, which accounts in part for delay sinestablishing a diagnosis. Inthisstudy, w... see more

Pags. 225 - 228  

V. V. Kovalov,D. V. Popovych,A. M. Servatovych

Objective: to find out the features of renal transport of sodium ions in the early period after skeletal trauma of different severity, complicated by blood loss.Materials and methods: In experiments was used 60 non-linear white rats, 180-200 grams weight,... see more

Pags. 229 - 238  

O. P. Oliynyk

Background. Mental disorders as a result of various forms of addictions and high criminogenicity of such persons has led to the need for a number of legislative changes in the field of jurisprudence (law), medicine and expertise. Materials and methods. Me... see more

Pags. 239 - 248  

Izabela Dabrowska,Andrzej Wolski

Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a localized enlargement of the abdominal aorta such that the diameter is greater than 3 cm or more than 50% larger than normal diameter. The abdominal aorta is the most common site of true arterial aneurysm affecting pre... see more

Pags. 249 - 251  

Klaudia Marzena Dlugoborska,Pawel Skorupski,Diana Slota

We present a case of a patient diagnosed in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy with a Krukenberg tumor being a metastasis of stomach cancer. Due to severe pre-eclampsia, the pregnancy was solved by Caesarean section, a female child was born with severe virili... see more

Pags. 252 - 254  

Katarzyna Jaracz,Marcin Jaracz

Introduction and aim of the studyAffective temperaments are associated with predisposition to affective disorders. In mild, sub-clinical form, they are widely distributed in the population and have adaptive qualities, for example, constitute the predispos... see more

Pags. 255 - 265  

Jakub Kempisty,Mariusz Ornat,Janusz Lawinski,Marta Makara-Studzinska,Michal Hys,Mateusz Stasieczek,Zbigniew Jablonowski

Penile cancer is a rare disease with prevalence of approximately 1/100000 man in Europe. Well documented risk factors for a penile cancer are HPV Infection, phimosis, and chronic inflammation. Penile cancer is a curable condition when diagnosed and treat... see more

Pags. 266 - 278  

Monika Prylinska,Jakub Husejko,Natalia Skierkowska,Daria Bieniek,Iga Rupniak,Alicja Wycech,Patryk Gaborek,Joanna Osiak,Ewa Rozmarynowicz,Malgorzata Gajos,Weronika Topka,Agnieszka Kudanowska,Kornelia Kedziora-Kornatowska

Background: The guidelines for elderly recommend nutritional assessment in order to prevent malnutrition and make fast recovery after operation and mobilization possible. The ERAS protocol shortens the length of hospital stay and reduces the complication ... see more

Pags. 279 - 289  

Paula Marta Piatkowska,Bernadeta Szczepanska,Jacek J. Klawe

Introduction. In sport, a key role in achieving success is the right training unit combined with the rational nutrition. Both professional and amateur sports require the delivery of an increased amount of energy and nutrients compared to people not making... see more

Pags. 290 - 295  

A. I. Tkachenko,S. G. Chetverikov,A. M. Chaika,V. V. Lysachenko

Introduction. Echinococcosis is a serious chronic parasitic disease. Early diagnostics and patients` treatment with echinococcal lesions is an up-to-date problem.Objective. The aim of the article is to present the clinical case of diagnostics and treatmen... see more

Pags. 296 - 300  

Elzbieta Bernaciak,Paulina Farbicka,Aleksandra Jaworska-Czerwinska,Renata Szotkiewicz

After Poland's accession to the European Union, borders were opened and migrations from many culturally different countries intensified, which led to an increase in immigrants and refugees assimilating in Poland. Numerous ethnic, religious, linguistic and... see more

Pags. 301 - 320  

Elzbieta Bernaciak,Magdalena Lemska,Wioletta Medrzycka-Dabrowska,Zanetta Szulkowska

The present times and Poland's entry into the European Union, the opening of borders, has intensified the phenomenon of migration of the population and contact between different cultures. In Poland, national minorities have been living since the dawn of t... see more

Pags. 321 - 332  

Aleksandra Baska,Jakub Kazik,Daria Bojczuk,Mariusz Racinowski,Kamil Leis,Ewelina Mazur,Krystian Kaluzny,Przemyslaw Galazka

Cardiac amyloidosis is a type of amyloidosis in which one of the affected organs is the heart. The disease is characterized by the formation of protein aggregates between the cells of the organ, namely amyloid, which disables its function. The following t... see more

Pags. 333 - 338  

Karol Ogurkowski,Ewa Sieklucka,Angelika Ogurkowska,Joanna Siminska,Piotr Porzych,Krystyna Nowacka,Wojciech Hagner

Adherence to the rehabilitation guidelines of the patient brings measurable favorable conditions to achieve the intended effect of returning the patient to health. The present model of rehabilitation of a neurological patient is recommended to be based on... see more

Pags. 339 - 355  

Ewa Rudnicka-Drozak,Krzysztof Jankowski,Paula Jankowska,Monika Majcher,Agnieszka Jankowska

IntroductionIn the majority of cases violence and aggression have been and are directed against women, and also the older ones. Nevertheless, the number of reported incidents of abuse and neglect of older people does not match the number of the cases disc... see more

Pags. 356 - 363  

Ewa Rudnicka-Drozak,Krzysztof Jankowski,Paula Jankowska,Monika Majcher,Agnieszka Jankowska

Introduction ‘Osteoporosis is a metabolic bone disease, a condition characterized by low bone mass and microarchitectural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to enhanced bone fragility and a consequent increase in fracture risk’. It is a contemporary, c... see more

Pags. 364 - 369  

Emilia Mikolajewska,Dariusz Mikolajewski

Burnout is defined as an excessive stress reaction to environment characterized by emotional and physical exhaustion, coupled with a sense of frustration and failure. Work-related stress, especially low job control and low social support, may increase the... see more

Pags. 370 - 374  

Renata de Pourbaix,Jolanta Stepnik,Katarzyna Maj-Gnat,Eliza Woloszynek,Maciej Kielar

INTRODUCTION Arterial hypertension belongs to lifestyle diseases that are largely associated with abnormal lifestyle. Based on the results of the population research factors have been identified that increase the risk of hypertension, including: obesity,... see more

Pags. 375 - 380  

Renata Florek,Renata Bajcarczyk,Dorota Koziel

The selection of stoma equipment is a highly individual matter for each patient. While taking care of the stoma patient, the nurse has a difficult task to overcome, which solution will make the patient feel comfortable. In the case of a correctly formed s... see more

Pags. 381 - 384  

Agnieszka Szymczyk,Magdalena Szydelko,Joanna Szydelko,Jakub Jaworski,Yuliya Onyshchuk,Rafal Dziedzic,Marek Hus,Monika Podhorecka

Introduction: Eosinophilia, defined as elevated level of eosinophils in peripheral blood above 5 x 109/L, is the hematological disorder, which may occur in multiple conditions, such as allergies, gastrointestinal, autoimmune diseases, parasite, fungal inf... see more

Pags. 385 - 397  

Jacek Wilczynski,Przemyslaw Karolak,Sylwia Janecka,Paulina Jasek

The aim of the study was to create regression models for the analysis of the relationship between posture defects in the sagittal plane and SEMG of the spine rectifier in children with scoliotic lesions. The shape of the spine was assessed using the optoe... see more

Pags. 398 - 408  

Bozena Zboina,Ewelina Dziedzic,Krzysztof Cudzik,Iwona Czerwinska Pawluk,Walery Zukow

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the most common illnesses which occurs globally. In 2018 it was the third cause of death. Growing incidence of COPD in Poland causes crucial social, economic and individual consequences. Spirometry is... see more

Pags. 409 - 423  

S. A. Schneider,A. Yu. Salekh

Gastroesophageal reflux disease is one of the most common, potentially dangerous gastroenterological diseases and according to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract occupy one of the first places in the structure of chi... see more

Pags. 424 - 429  

Patrycja Daniela Lanowy,Milosz Wojciech Bichalski,Elzbieta Zajkowska,Joanna Komasa,Katarzyna Mocny-Pachonska,Marta Tanasiewicz

Due to increasing of resistance of the microorganisms which causes periodontitis, mucositis - essential oils - source known from antiquity, may be helpful. Extracted from plants essential oils (EO of the selected plants) - contain in selected oils, can re... see more

Pags. 430 - 444  

Jolanta Stepnik,Konrad Stepnik,Renata de Pourbaix,Katarzyna Maj-Gnat,Eliza Woloszynek,Agata Bujak-Krzeminska

Nowadays it is known that atherosclerotic changes in the arteries occur very early. Occur in practically the entire population of western civilization countries and show rapid progression over the years. As a result of chronic inflammatory process, which ... see more

Pags. 445 - 454  

Grzegorz Zielinski,Michal Ginszt,Zuzanna Filipiak,Marta Suwala,Piotr Majcher

IntroductionTension-type headache (TTH) is perceived as bilateral pressure, tension or non-pulsatile mild to moderate headache. The etiopathogenesis of the occurrence of this phenomenon among children has been extrapolated from adult studies. The purpose ... see more

Pags. 455 - 464  

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

Introduction: Depression during pregnancy seems to be dominated by the postpartum depression. It is important to remember about this condition and its symptoms as they are easy to be mistaken with mood changes and other behavioural changes common during p... see more

Pags. 465 - 473  

Michal Piwonski,Karolina Raksa,Klaudia Zak,Katarzyna Sidor

The transplantology is a branch of medicine, which has recently developed significantly. Nevertheless, despite a constant need for organs for transplantations, there is still no increase in supply for them. According to the Polish data, in 2018, only 629 ... see more

Pags. 474 - 484  

Adam Gorgol,Patryk Rzonca,Mariusz Goniewicz,Kamil Bednarz,Emilia Pawlak,Agnieszka Hawrylewicz-Luka,Robert Galazkowski

Consequences of using psychoactive substances are always negative. They cause not only physical and mental dependence, but also huge damage in the body in case of poisoning. The toxicity of these substances varies and depends on the type of chemical compo... see more

Pags. 485 - 492  

Andrzej Tytula,Katarzyna Bartosik,Anita Jasztal-Kniazuk,Weronika Buczek,Aleksandra Blaszkiewicz,Agnieszka Borzecka-Sapko

Grouping conditions refer to a situation when number of entities is considered as a unit. The members of such a community resides in a certain area at a specified time and has to comply with specific rules of social life. The analysis of the data from or... see more

Pags. 493 - 500  

Mariusz Machniak,Marta Podhorecka,Walery Zukow,Agnieszka Chwalczynska

Introduction: Overweight and obesity is ever more affecting the youngest children. According to the International Obesity Task Force report, an increase of over 400,000 overweight children is being noted each year. The reason of such exacerbation varies i... see more

Pags. 501 - 510  

Dariusz Nowak

Energy drinks are very popular among young people. The aim of the study was to analyze the consumption of energy drinks on a group of young athletes after nutritional education. The study was conducted on a group of 247 young athletes in two randomly chos... see more

Pags. 511 - 518  

Grzegorz Staskiewicz,Piotr Piech,Elzbieta Siek,Piotr Przybylski,Jacek Baj,Piotr Olechowski,Ryszard Maciejewski,Elzbieta Czekajska-Chehab,Andrzej Drop

Epicardial adipose tissue has been linked with increased cardiovascular morbidity. Its correlation with right ventriclar morphology and physiology is a recent concept. The aim of the study was to analyze severity of right ventricular dysfunction in the co... see more

Pags. 519 - 524  

Patrycja Róza Sosna

Introduction: Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverage in the world. Its popularity stems from organoleptic, psychoactive properties and health-promoting compounds content. Thanks to caffeine, it has stimulant properties, warming effects, and al... see more

Pags. 525 - 534  

Mateusz Porada,Jakub Husejko,Natalia Skierkowska,Malgorzata Gajos,Monika Prylinska,Beniamin Szmelcer,Weronika Topka,Mateusz Modrzejewski,Mariusz Wasicki,O. Wysocka,Michal Wilczynski,Kornelia Kedziora-Kornatowska

Background: Urinary tract infection is a bacterial infection of the urinary tract or kidneys. The most common affliction affects the elderly. Depending on the age, gender, and comorbidities, there are many factors that cause UTI. Urinary tract infection i... see more

Pags. 535 - 546  

Marzena Agnieszka Humanska,Lukasz Czapiewski,Agata Ulenberg,Grzegorz Ulenberg,Katarzyna Betke,Miroslawa Felsmann

Introduction: Hypertension is a very common blood disorder common in older people. This disease, as well as many others that often accompany the elderly, affects both the quality of life and to physical activity of seniors. Aim of the work: To assess qual... see more

Pags. 547 - 554  

Magdalena Fabjan,Robert Majcher

Consumption of mercury can be accidental or on purpose. The article presents a case of a 3 yo child’s word patient after accidental consumption of mercury contained in the thermometer used to check the body temperature of body during infection.The medica... see more

Pags. 555 - 558  

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

Introduction: Explanation of pathogenesis and selection of an effective therapeutic form to treat children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is still one of today's challenges.The aim of the study:Review the research regarding the content of individual... see more

Pags. 559 - 572  

I. Kryvoruchko,A. Tonkoglas,M. Sykal,A. Sivozhelezov

Export of educational services is a powerful factor of stimulation of economic growth and one of the conditions of overcoming an economic crisis. Many of students face the problems of communication compatibility with people of different cultures. Learning... see more

Pags. 573 - 576  

Serhii M. Potapov,Nataliia I. Horhol,Daria I. Halata,Oksana M. Pliten

The performed analysis, based on the examination of pathologists’ reports and medical case histories of the patients of Kharkiv regional clinical center of urology and nephrology named after Shapovalov V.I., for the period covering years 1998-2017, is dev... see more

Pags. 577 - 600  

Oleksandr I Lukyanchenko,Olena A Gozhenko,Oksana I Mel’nyk,Walery Zukow,Igor L Popovych

Background. The presence of influence both sympathetic and vagus links of the autonomic nervous system to the immune system is generally recognized, but the data on their specific immunotropic effects are ambiguous. This includes, in particular, immune re... see more

Pags. 601 - 611  

Alla Halahdina,Lalita Gerasym

The article highlights the foundation and development of the department of surgical dentistry and maxillofacial surgery of Bukovinian State Medical University.

Pags. 612 - 617  

I. K. ??gunova,A. V. ?ndreev,S. G. Gushcha,N. S. Badiuk,T. V. Gladkiy

Under certain conditions, skin damage may be accompanied by a complication in the form of hypertrophic scars, keloids. A significant role in the pathogenesis of the development of keloids is attributed to immune mechanisms, neuro-endocrine disorders, here... see more

Pags. 618 - 625  

E. D. Pykhtieieva,A. M. Tretyakov,A. I. Gozhenko,E. G. Pykhtieieva

HIPEC (Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy; hyperthermic intraoperative intraperitoneally chemoperfusion) is a method of treating primary and secondary peritoneal tumors. Perfusion of the peritoneal cavity with solutions with cytotoxic agents at a t... see more

Pags. 626 - 631  

R. A. Adbrakhimov

Optic traumata are quite often found in the structure of modern combat trauma. Acquired as an adult, the loss of vision as a result of home accident injury entails the destruction of the victim’s usual life stereotype. In the case of partial loss of visio... see more

Pags. 632 - 640  

Yurii Rohovyi,Ariychuk Oleksandr

The pathogenesis of urolithiasis in the modern view lies disregulating the pathological process of primary surplus mobilization reactions of protection, which leads to their further transformation in the reaction of damage that is the underlying basis for... see more

Pags. 641 - 651  

O. M. Nosenko,O. M. Kosyuga

In recent years, several studies have reported a correlation between adenomyosis and major obstetric adverse effects. Implantation failures can be caused by changes in the expression of some molecules, referred to as "implantation markers", which are expr... see more

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