The rate of test in 2001 for conventional operations of cerebral surgery,stomatology,thorax,epigastrium,hypogastrium and orthopedics as well as for novel operations was 5.30,14.56,39.84,16.60,9.70,11.40 and 2.60 percent respectively.
The average open thorax time is (15±0.97)min, average close thorax time was 20±6min, the average postoperative bleeding volume is (110±82)ml, the average hospitalization time was (7.2±2.3) days, the average postoperative blood transfusion volume was (160±24)ml. There was no incision infection happened.
The presence of species-specific proteins in the homogenates of thoracic muscles provides the possibility of using biochemical tests for species identification of larvae.
The role of the thoracic and abdominal components of the respiratory system during hyperventilation combined with chemoreceptor
Changes in the thoracic and abdominal components of the respiratory system were studied in ten males in the standing position during voluntary hyperventilation during normocapnia, hypercapnia, and hypocapnia.
Voluntary hyperventilation was shown to be based mainly on the thoracic component.
The boys of the digestive and girls of the muscular types demonstrated the most perfect harmony of different biological maturity criteria, whereas asthenoid children and thoracic type girls were the most dysharmonious.
Morphometric (thorax length and wing length) and meristic (number of sternopelural and orbital bristles) were studied.
Thorax length and wing length did not exhibit consistent seasonal trends whereas wing loading significantly decreased.
The family Coptopsyllidae demonstrates another trend in the evolution of the head, thorax, and abdomen.
The morphology of the head, thorax, and abdomen including the maxillary palp with well developed apical spine (apical sensory complex), the integumental structures associated with sternal glands, and the male genitalia are described.
In all, 148 states of the characters of the head, thorax, modified abdominal segments, and aedeagus have been analyzed within the family Hystrichopsyllidae and the whole order Siphonaptera as well.
These complexes were also found in 45 samples of serum and pleural fluid obtained from patients with pleurisies of various etiology.
Low-volume discrete plasmapheresis in therapy of acute destructive lung and pleural diseases
Plasmapheresis with an exfusion volume of 1500-1600 ml has a pronounced detoxification effect in acute destructive lung and pleural diseases (ADLPDs) but can disturb volume balance and produce hypo- and dysproteinemia.
Liver and renal functions were assessed after classical discrete plasmapheresis (DP) and different variants of low-volume discrete plasmapheresis (LVDP) in the combined treatment of patients with acute destructive lung and pleural diseases (ADLPDs).
nov., similar to the genus Archamia, but differing by presence of a foliiform-widened pleural ribs at the 5-9 vertebrae and combinations of certain other characters are described.