Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Voronezh Regional Children’s Hospital №1

Factors influencing the level of physical development of premature newborns

Year: 2013, volume 9 Issue: №4 Pages: 714-719
Heading: Pediatrics Article type: Original article
Authors: Vostrikova G.V., Ippolitova L.I., Pochatkov V.A., Popova I.N.
Organization: Voronezh Regional Children’s Hospital №1, Voronezh State Medical Academy
Summary:

Purpose: to assess the factors having impact on physical development of prematurely born children at birth. Materials and Methods. 1099 case histories of newborns, the exchanged cards of pregnant women, birth case histories of women who gave birth in gestational age from 22 to 37 weeks. Results. It has been shown that there are significant indices effecting premature birth affect: chronic inflammatory diseases of the oropharynx, gastrointestinal tract, diabetes, thyroid disease, pathology of vision, infectious diseases, skin diseases; sexually transmitted infections, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, cervical erosion, genital infantilism; preeclampsia of the first and second half of pregnancy, chronic fetoplacental insufficiency, anemia, inflammatory diseases during pregnancy, acute respiratory viral infections, obesity, gestational diabetes and pyelonephritis; prenatal pouring out of amniotic fluid, umbilical cord pathology, cho-rioamnionitis. Defined correlation between weight and height indicators of premature infants at birth and groups of medicines that women have during their pregnancy. Conclusions. Identification of factors affecting the level of physical development of premature children is important in determination of women with a higher probability of birth of children with intrauterine development and for assessing the further development of these children.

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Experience of prognosing of basic anthropometric indices in children at birth

Year: 2012, volume 8 Issue: №2 Pages: 288-292
Heading: Pediatrics Article type:
Authors: Ovodkova O.N., Ippolitova L.A., Chistotinova T.G., Pochatkov V.A.
Organization: Voronezh State Medical Academy, Voronezh Regional Children’s Hospital №1
Summary:

The fetus of a man develops in difficult conditions of mutual relations, both with an organism of mother, and with environment, and consequently protection and strengthening of health of children should be carried out taking into account health of mother, the way of life, place of living, course of pregnancy and delivery. The research goal is to reveal the factors which are predictors of physical development of newborn children and drawing up of prognostic models of anthropometric indicators at birth. Materials and methods: Survey of 220 newborns born in time and their mothers has been conducted. The anthropometry has included measurement of body weight, length, head and breast circles in children at birth. Results: The analysis of somatic, infectious, obstetric and gynecologic incidence of mothers of studied children, and also the course of pregnancy and delivery has been carried out. Conclusion: According to the data physical development of newborn children has been influenced by a number of factors. During the research work the prognostic models have been determined allowing to define the factors influencing physical intrauterine development of a child.

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CRYOGLOBULINS IN CASE OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS IN CHILDREN: CONNECTION WITH THE AGE FACTOR AND CHANGES IN THE URINE ANALYSIS

Year: 2008, volume 4 Issue: №4 Pages: 71-74
Heading: Pediatrics Article type: Original article
Authors: I.V. Grebennikova, T.L. Nastausheva, V.P. Sitnikova, N.A. Konstantinova, A.N. Pashkov, S.T. Andreeva
Organization: Voronezh State Medical Academy, Voronezh Regional Children’s Hospital №1
Summary:

33 healthy children and 39 patients withjuvenile rheumatoid arthritis have been studied. The level of cryoglobulins has been up to 80 mcg/ml in healthy children (43,5+28,3 mcg/ml) being decreased with the age. The level of cryoglobulins has been accounted for 651 mcg/ml(91,2+110,2 mcg/ml) being increased with the age in children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Significant correlation between the level of cryoglobulins and activity of disease has been revealed. There were no differences of the level of cryoglobulins in children with systemic and articular forms of arthritis as wellas in children with changed and normal urine analyses.

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INFLUENCE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY ON CLINICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN CHILDREN WITH JUVENILE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Year: 2008, volume 4 Issue: №4 Pages: 67-71
Heading: Pediatrics Article type: Original article
Authors: L.T. Dmitrieva, T.L. Nastausheva
Organization: Voronezh State Medical Academy, Voronezh Regional Children’s Hospital №1
Summary:

Clinical and immunological status has been evaluated in 85 children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (RA) before and after physiotherapeutic procedures: electrophoresis with dimexid and magnetotherapy. The control group of 31 children did not follow physiotherapeutic procedures. The following results were fixed: clinical indices and immunological status of children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis have been changed in a larger degree in case of magnetotherapy.

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