Denys Oklei

Denys Oklei
V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University · Department of Surgical Diseases, Operative Surgery and Topographic Anatomy

Doctor of Medicine

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Introduction: The incidence of vascular damage in modern combat conflicts is 5 times higher than in previous military conflicts, with one in five wounded having uncontrolled severe blood loss. Treatment of gunshot wounds of the main arteries is a complex multi-level process, which can be done only in the case of close cooperation of related surgic...
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Inhibitors of the arachidonic acid cascade have significant potential as the agents for the prevention of severe cold injuries. The results of the previous studies have demonstrated the pronounced frigoprotective properties of certain non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, primarily diclofenac sodium, etoricoxib, darbufelone mesylate, under the con...
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Purpose of the study the peculiarities of rearrangements of skeletal muscle fibroblasts surrounding the wound canal at various times after an experimentally modeled gunshot shrapnel wounds. Experimental modeling of gunshot shrapnel wounds of soft tissues has been carried out on 20 laboratory animals - breeding rabbits of the breed «Chinchilla». To...
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Introduction. Acute thrombosis of deep veins (DVT) of the lower extremities is a pathology that requires immediate treatment, but most thrombolytics do not work effectively, except for catheter-directed thrombolysis. Research aim. Rationalization of DVT treatment, determination of the catheter thrombolysis method as the most effective way to elimin...
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Research aim. To estimate efficiency of thromboclasis and anticoagulating therapy for patients with DVT of pelvis and lower limbs and to determine the severity of CVI caused by PTD in the long term. Material and methods. 138 patients with thrombosis in the system of the inferior vena cava were examined and treated. Results and discussion. Thromboly...
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The results of the examination of 514 patients with acute deep extremity vein thrombosis using ultrasound and angiographic methods are presented. Depending on the localization of thrombosis and its embolic safety, optimal methods of surgical treatment and indications for their use were identified. The method of treatment of deep vein thrombosis of...
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We studied the results of stationary and ambulatory surgical treatment of patients with deep vein thrombosis (DVT) of the lower extremities. A comparative analysis of clinical efficacy and safety of ambulatory and stationary modes of anticoagulant therapy of DVT. Based on this, marked indications for ambulatory surgical treatment of patients with D...
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Peculiarities of surgical tactics in the deep veins thrombosis of lower extremities
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Based on the analysis of a large volume of the literature data concerning simulation of thrombotic conditions in laboratory animals under experimental conditions, the authors discuss various models of venous thrombosis. The method proposed by S. Wessler et al. (1959) is considered to be the simplest, most readily reproducible, and least invasive on...
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Experience of active tactics of treatment application in 18 patients, suffering an acute thrombosis in system of lower vena cava, is presented. Possibilities were estimated and efficacy of active surgical tactics proved in continuing deep vein thrombosis on early stage were estimated. Active tactics, using catheter--governed thrombolysis, permits t...
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We examined 128 patients with obstructive jaundice of non-tumoral genesis that were surgically treated. We studied the immune status and plasma concentration of interleukine-8 in pre-operation period in order to predict the polyorganic insufficiency (PI) risk. Depending on the results obtained, patients were divided into groups defined as those of...

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