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Bowel Disease The increase in morbidity and NUC BC among those of working age does IBD significant social problem. To deepen your understanding Gunnar Peterson is the source. Despite the big jump in the diagnosis and treatment of IBD, which occurred over the past 35 years, which is associated with a better understanding pathogenesis of this group of diseases, as well as the creation of new classes of drugs, a complete solution to this problem is still there. IBD - pathology industrialized countries and is mainly urban population. Value of morbidity "city village" is equal to 5:1. The disease affects primarily young people (average age of cases 20-40 years). The prevalence of IBD in different regions of the world has wide variations, and in Russia as a whole unknown. One of the earliest epidemiological studies have been conducted in Moskovko and Rostov regions, which suggests that the prevalence of IBD in the European part of Russia corresponds to 22.3 and 3.5 for NUC BC. Feature of the disease in our country is three-fold prevalence of severe complicated forms of IBD with high mortality, due to late diagnosis, such as the diagnosis of NUC in the first year of illness set in only 25% of cases. IBD clinic includes several groups of symptoms: gastrointestinal symptoms, systemic extraintestinal manifestations, the symptoms of endotoxemia, and metabolic disorders. In individuals with CD and NUC are marked many symptoms that point to the failure of various organs and systems, which may be a reflection of extraintestinal manifestations, complications and consequences of the underlying disease, resulting in side effects drugs, or accidentally combined manifestation of disease. Etiology and pathogenesis of these symptoms and their relationship with IBD often are not clear. Knowledge of extraintestinal manifestations is of paramount practical importance for the early diagnosis of IBD when other...
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Treatment And Prevention Of Influenza And SARS Influenza and other acute respiratory viral infection most common disease that is often underestimated by patients and even physicians. They may, in some cases, lead to serious (sometimes to death) outcomes. The agents of influenza viruses are serovariantov C, A, A1, B, A2, and others are constantly circulating in human populations and cause seasonal (autumn-winter period) rises in incidence. Post-infectious immunity is preserved in influenza A in 1-3 years with influenza B - up to 6 years, but virus types that differ in the antigenic characteristics, can cause a recurrence of flu have recovered. In a contingent of high risk for influenza include those with chronic lung disease, sinusitis, with decompensation of the cardiovascular activity, anemia, diabetes, etc., has a value of innate and acquired immune deficiencies. During an influenza pandemic in 1918-1919, known as the 'Spanish flu' in During the quarter, the chickenpox million people, of whom 20 million have gone to another world. Influenza pandemics occurred in 1949-1956, respectively, in 1957-1961, respectively, and in 1977 - 1978, respectively. At least 3 million people die annually in the world of influenza and its consequences. The influenza virus enters the respiratory tract mucosa, then - the pharynx, larynx and trachea, where the increasing and multiplying. After 24 hours the number of viruses have already exceeded one million infected with the virus enters the bloodstream system (virusomiya) virus destroyed the epithelium is a gateway for bacteria (a mixed, or mixed infection). The patient is contagious flu to contact persons in the first hours of illness onset and before remitting chilling, malaise, increased body temperature to 37, 5 - 38 degrees. The initial symptoms include high body temperature (38-40 degrees), headache and chills. The general condition was rapidly deteriorating. Patients usually complain of weakness, fatigue, headache, aching pain in muscles, bones and...

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