+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

The characteristics of the development of an adaptation syndrome in severe gestosis

, : The characteristics of the development of an adaptation syndrome in severe gestosis. Likars'ka Sprava: 51-54

Basic metabolic pathways were studied of formation of the adaptive syndrome in the organism of patients with grave gestoses: glycolysis, gluconeogenesis, and pentosephosphate pathway of production of nicotinamide coenzymes. It has been found out that a stressful character of reconstruction of metabolic homeostasis tends to change the processes of glycolysis and gluconeogenesis that had come to be formed by evolution. This warrants further study, its purpose being a specific correction of intracellular metabolism and prevention of complications. Ozonohemo- and antioxidant therapy in a complex of intensive treatment measures for patients with severe gestoses make for stimulation of pentosephosphate pathway and glycolysis.


PMID: 10878977

Other references

Moise, R., 1958: Rhumatismes streptococciques. Strasbourg Medical 9(5): 443-447

Jackson, M.B., 1978: Responses of different types of pea to anaerobic soil conditions. Short-stemmed vining peas cv. Sprite, the tall marrowfat cv. Maro, leafless peas cv. Filby, tall peas cv. JI12 (with a cuticle containing very little wax) and Pisum fulvum (wild) grown in pots were waterlogged for 4 days about 9 days after 1st flo...

Allen, J.A.; Cooper, J.M.; Hall, G.J.; Mchenry, C., 1993: Evolving pastry A method for simulating microevolution. Journal of Biological Education 27(4): 274-282

Thompson, N.; Lewis, S.; Brennan, P.; Robinson, J., 2011: Information literacy: are final-year medical radiation science students on the pathway to success?. It is necessary for Medical Radiation Science (MRS) students to become information literate in order to interact with and thrive in the professional health care arena. All health care professionals require information literacy (IL) skills to be in...

Arancibia, M.; Calderón, P.; Gutiérrez, L.; Guzmán, C.; Monsalve, E., 1992: Female physicians: work and family. One hundred female physicians were surveyed to describe features of their family, social and academic lives and obstetric history. Most outstanding findings were that 8% of women were divorced or separated, a trend to have few children and a mean...

Gualazzi, S., 2004: Forage supply and use by wild ungulates: experience from the Casentino Forest National Park (Tuscany). During the winters of 1998 and 1999, browsing pressure caused by Sus scrofa, Dama dama, Cervus elaphus and Capreolus capreolus on natural regeneration and shrub vegetation. Browsing damage was forage species-specific. A comparison between availabi...

Gade G., 1983: Energy production during anoxia and recovery in the adductor muscle of the file shell lima hians. During the initial period of anoxia (0-2.5 h) 60% of the stored phosphagen of the adductor muscle was depleted, the levels of alanine increased and that of aspartate decreased. In the latter period of anoxia (2.5-15 h) there was a loss of 45% of t...

Weaver, S.E.; Kropff, M.J.; Cousens, R., 1994: A simulation model of competition between winter wheat and Avena fatua for light. An eco-physiological simulation model of competition between Avena fatua and winter wheat (Triticum aestivum cv. Avalon) for light was parameterised and tested. The model simulates growth of each species, in kg dry matter ha-1 day-1, from sowing t...

Yang YueQian; Wang JianPing; Wang ChengZhi, 2000: Study on on-line measurement of grain moisture content by neutron gauge. A method of quickly measuring grain moisture content under freezing and flowing conditions was studied. Some basic regularities of measuring grain moisture content by neutron gauge were outlined. The conclusions drawn were as follows: (1) the on-l...

Stovichek G.V.; Ivanov V.V.; Kirdyanov Y.G.; Nikulin V.V., 1974: Structural basis of local visceral reflex arcs. Arkhiv Anatomii Gistologii i Embriologii 67(7): 36-41