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Contents



Chapter One: General principles



Essenc


Peculiarities of the Technology


History


Georgian Service


Georgian Legislation

Chapter Two: Failure of Vital Functions



Blood Circulation Failure


Monitoring


Puncture of Blood Vessels and Catheterization


Pacing


Oxygenators


Counterpulsation


Cardioversion


Heart Trauma


Vaso-vagal Fainting


Hypertensive Stroke


Aneurism and Thrombosis


Arrhythmia and Blockades


Heart Diseases


Cardiomyopathy


Mucous Tumor


Pericarditis


Myocarditis


Cardiogenic Shock


Heart Failure


Cardiac Arrest


Respiratory Failure


Monitoring


Mechanical ventilation 


Hyperbarlic Oxygenation


Tracheostomy


Conicotomy


Tracheal Puncture


Tracheal Intubation


Pleural Puncture and Drainage


Bronchoscopy


Heart-Chest Trauma


Acute Mediastinitis


Acute Respiratory Failure of Central Genesis


Obstruction of Respiratory Ways


Asthma Status


Pulmonary Embolism


Pulmonary  Atelectasis


Lung Cancer


Pleuritys


Acute Pneumonia


Aspiration Pneumonitis


Pulmonary Edema


Acute Lung Injury Syndrome, Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Adults



Chapter Three: Failure of Digestive and Excretion Functions.



 Digestive Failure


Laparoscopy


Laparocentesis


Parenteral  Nutrition


Abdominal Cavity Trauma


Foreign Bodies in the Gullet


Cancer of the Gullet


Stomach Cancer


Ulcer Disease


Stomach Atony


Gastroduodenal Haemorrhage


„Crown Disease“


Diverticulitis


Malabsorption


“Irritated Intestine Syndrome”


„Short Bowel Syndrome“


Diarrhea


Constipation


Intestine Reperfusion Syndrome


Abdominal Compression Syndrome


Acute Impassability of Intestines


Peritonitis


Large Bowel Diseases


Cholecystitis


Acute Pancreatitis   


Liver Failure


Kidney Failure



Chapter Four: Integral Functions Failure



Mental Disorders


Febrile Schizophrenia, Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome


Delirium Alcoholicum


Narcotic Abstinence Syndrome


Suicides


Failure of  Nervous Functions


Research Methods


Brain Injury


Spinal Cord Trauma


Strokes


Acute Disorder Blood Circulation in the Spinal Cord


„Guillain-Barre Syndrome“


Epileptic Seizure


„Closed Person“


„Reye‘s Syndrome„


„Alfa Coma“


„Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome„


„Spontaneous Periodic Hypothermia Syndrome„


Malignant Hypothermia


„Sleep Apnea Syndrome“


Meningitis


Encephalitis


Vegetative State ( „New Life „)


Brain Death („New  Death“)


Postreanimation Disease


Blood Function Disorders


Changies in Viscidity


Changies in Blood Acid-Alkali Equilibrium


Changies in Water and Electrolytes


Interruptions in Blood Creation


Hypovolemic  Shock


Congenital Hemolytic Anemia


Acquired Hemolytic Anemia


Spleen Diseases


Acute leucaemia


Chronic Myeloleukemia


Chronic lymphatic leukemia


Erythremia


Lymphoma


Lymphogranulomatosis


Paraproteinemic Hemoblastosis


Acute Intermittent Porphyria


Red Cell  Substitutes



Chapter Five:  Mesenjer  Functions  Failure



Endocrinous Disorders


Hypothalamic-Hypophysial Coma


“Cushing's Disease”


“Parkhon’s Syndrome”


Diabetes Insipidus


“Nelson Syndrome”


“Simonds Syndrome”


Giantism and Acromegalia


Thyrotoxic Stroke


Hypothyreoid Stroke


Hyperparathyroid Stroke


Hypoparathyroid Stroke


Pseudoparathyroid Stroke


Hyperglycemic Coma


Hypoglycemic Coma


Hypermolar Coma


Hyperlactacidemic Coma


Myasthenic Crisis


Acute Failure of the Cortex of the Adrenal Gland


Primary Hyperaldosteronism


Secondary Hyperaldosteronism


Pheochromocytoma


“Cushing Syndrome”


Functional Disorders of Genital Glands


Hemostasia Disorders


Research Methods


Thrombocytopenies


Thrombocytopathy Syndromes


Hemocoagulopathy Syndromes


Disseminated Intravascular Coagulopathy Syndrome


Immunodeficiency


Peculiarities of Changes in Immune Status


“Cytokinemic Storm”


Allergy


Anaphylactic Shock


“Edema Kvinke’s”


“Serum Disease”


Sepsis


Essence


Difficulties with Diagnosis


Prediction Possibilities


Antibiotic Therapy Prescriptions


Availability of Drotrecogin Alfa


Other Treatments


Skin Diseases


Erythema Multiforme


Toxic- Epidermal Necrolysis


Exfoliative Dermatitis


Pustular Psoriasis


Impetigo Herpetiformis


Collagenosis


Systemic Scleroderma


Systemic Lupus


Wegener's Granulomatosis


Giant Cell Arteritis


“Goodpasture’s Syndrome”


“Takayasu Disease”


Periarteritis Nodosa


Rheumatoid Joint Inflammation


Purpura Rheumatica


“Henoch-Schonlein Purpura”


“Randu-Osler Disease”


“Ehler-Danlos Syndrome


Acquired Blood Vessel Dysproteinemia


Blood Vessel purpures


Organ Transplantation


Essence


Kidney Transplantation


Heart Transplantation


Liver Transplantation


Lang Transplantation


Bone  Marrow Transplantation


Pancreas Transplantation


Axial (Stem) Cell Transplantation


Endogenic Toxemia

Essence

Pathogenesis

Clinic

Diagnosis

Treatment


Extracorporal Detoxication


Essence


Hemodialysis, Plasmadialysis, Lymphadialysis


Hemodiafiltration, Hemofiltration, Ultrafiltration


Hemosorption


Plasmasorption


Lymphasorption


Liquorosorption


Immunosorption


Plasmapheresis, Cytapheresis, Hemoxigenation


Peritoneal Dialysis, Peritoneal Cavity Wash by Programmes


Blood Change


Molecular-Absorption Reticular System Therapy


Other Types of Detoxication



Chapter Six: Critical Cases Caused by Environmental Factors.



Physical Agents


“Heavy” Trauma


Traumatic Shock


“Crush Injury  Syndrome”


Burn


Electrical Trauma


Heat Stroke and Body Overheating


Solar Injuries


Freezing


Drowning


Keson Disease


Height Disease


Radiant Disease


Chemical Agents


Egzotoxic Shock


Non-static Poisons


Inflammable Poisons


Burn Poisons


Irritating Poisons


Asphyxiating Gas


Chlorinated Carbohydrate “Harmful” Gas


Psychotropic Poisons


Psychochemical Weapons


Poisons with Local Effect


Alcohol


Alcohol Substitutes


Plant Poisons


Animal Poisons


Heavy Metals


Biological Agents


Viruses


Hydrophobia


Smallpox


Poliomielitis


Hepatitis


Flu


Bird Flu


Disease Embola


Hemorrhagic Fever


AIV Infection, AIDS


Clamydia


Rickettsia


Epidemic Tick Typhus


Endemic Tick Typhus


North Asian Tick Typhus


Tsutsugamushi


Qu Fever


Bacteria


Cholera


Plague


Syphilis


Anthrax


Tetanus


Diphtheria


Tuberculosis


Pseudotuberculosis


Legionellosis


Typhoid/Enteric fever


Botulism


Tularemia


The Simplest Bacteria


Leishmania


Echinococcus


Malaria


Fungi



Chapter Seven: Age Peculiarities



Pregnant Women and Women in Childbirth


Eclampsy


Placenta Failure


Trophoblastic Tumors


Foetal Fluid Embolia


Haemorrhage in Women in Childbirth


Sepsis in Women in Childbirth


Newborn   Infants


Reanimation of Newborn Infants


Hyaline Membrane Disease


Short Lived Infants


Sepsis in Infants


Juvenile Specifications


Old Age Specifications 




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