Contents


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

Oxygenatorsv

Counterpulsavtion

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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