Tamara G. Airapetova

The interrelation between hemodynamic changes, functions of the cardiovascular system and biochemical reactions in the cells of the heart muscle…

Cardiac allograft vasculopathy (CAV) accounts for major morbidity and mortality late in the heart transplant (HTx) history. The role of…

In the suggested here linear theory of hydrodynamic instability of the Hagen - Poiseuille flow it is counted the possibility…

A shortcoming common to all existing designs of mechanical cardiac valve prostheses is an increased trombogenicity caused, among other factors,…

Tamara G. Airapetova

Surgical treatment of lung cancer is associated with a high risk of postoperative complications in cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Studied is the ability to prevent the postoperative complications in respiratory and cardiovascular system when exposed to ultra low frequency magnetic field in the given category of patients.

The world scientific literature is rich in sources considering pathological changes in the central nervous system (CNS) in case of tumor growth. The topical issue is the study of mechanisms providing a stable performance of the brain as the highest section of nervous system which largely predetermine the oncology patients life quality.

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