Staying Healthy when the Weather Changes

Turkmen winter is full of surprises. After spring-like warm and sunny days, it became sharply colder, the weather “reminded” that according to the calendar it is still winter. In order to please yourself and those dear to you with an excellent mood and wonderful wellbeing at the end of the winter season, it is worth remembering a few simple rules for maintaining a good state of mind and, of course, not to forget about the prevention of colds. Regime

How to Avoid Seasonal Diseases

1. Lead a physically active lifestyle and do sports. 2. When going outside, lubricate the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity with oxolinic ointment.

Winter Eating Rules in Questions and Answers

In winter, during the season of low temperatures and sudden changes in weather, as well as seasonal diseases, health specialists remind everyone of the simplest and most affordable preventive measures. First of all, this is compliance with the rules of personal and public hygiene, where regular hand washing, wet cleaning, room ventilation, walks in the fresh air and physical activity come first. In addition, a properly formulated diet will help not only cheer you up, but also improve your immune system and therefore reduce the risk of getting sick.

Adaptive capabilities and gestational changes in pregnant women with hypothyroidism

Maya KAKAGELDIYEVAHospital with scientific-clinical center of physiology In recent years, the prevalence of hypothyroidism among pregnant women has increased to 15% due to subclinical forms, while the prevalence of manifest hypothyroidism does not change and amounts to 2,0-2,5% [10]. Disorders of thyroid function have a significant impact on the dynamics of pregnancy, the formation of organs and systems of the fetus, affect the nervous and cardiovascular systems (CVS), all types of metabolism and adaptive reactions of the body, which emphasizes the need to study the physiology of the thyroid gland and the mechanisms of regulation of its function [9, 14, 15].

Influence of platelet rich plasma on the prevention of cicatrical stenosis after burns of the esophagus in an experiment

Garabeg GOSHAYEVDepartment of Science of SMUT named after M. Garryyev The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in clinical practice is one of the most important achievements of modern regenerative medicine. In the last few years, this area of science has been actively improved, as a result of which PRP began to be used in various fields of medicine. PRP is successfully used in clinical practice by combustiologists, cosmetologists, dentists, orthopedic traumatologists, urologists, general surgeons and many other specialists.

Determination of the etiological structure of acute respiratory viral infections

Jeren KESHIKOVA, Charymyrad KARLYYEV, Myahri ANNABERDIYEVADepartments of pediatric infections, microbiology of SMUT named after M.Garryyev Acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) remain one of the urgent problems of modern medicine.

The effectiveness of minimally invasive treatment methods for urolithiasis of the ureters

Maksat REMAZANOV, Мammetberdi CHARYYEV, Bazargeldi CHARYYEVMultidisciplinary hospital in the city of Arkadag, Department of urulogy and andrology of SMUT named after M.Garryyev, Treatment and consultative center named after S.A. Niyazov In the structure of urolithiasis, ureterolithiasis accounts for 50% of cases of all stone localizations [1, 3, 5]. Despite the successes achieved in the treatment of nephrolithiasis, the choice of minimally invasive methods for treating stones located in the ureters remains one of the controversial issues.

Course and treatment of primary angle-closure glaucoma with pseudoexfoliative syndrome

Guljahan BERDIYEVA, Ayjamal TAGANOVA, Perhat OVEZGYLYJOV, Mahriban KASYMOVA, Leyla KARAJAYEVAScientific-clinical center for eye diseases, Department of eye diseases of SMUT named after M.Garryyev The presence of a small anterior chamber, a relatively thick lens and a short optical axis of the eye is considered a genetic factor leading to blockade of the anterior chamber angle (AChA) and the development of primary ACG [5, 7].

Risk factors leading to polyhydramnios during pregnancy

Mive AMANGULYYEVA, Ogulsheker ANNAGYLYJOVA, Sheker BERDIYEVA, Guljahan KAKAJANOVAMother and child healthcare scientific-clinical center, Department of postgraduate training in obstetrics and gynecology of SMUT named after M.Garryyev Polyhydramnios is an important problem in modern obstetrics and the main cause of reproductive losses. High rates of perinatal mortality (from 285% to 585%) indicate the importance of the issue of polyhydramnios during pregnancy [1, 3].

Gender differences of interleukin-4 in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Tylla TANRYBERDIYEVA, Vladimir KURBANOV, Shemshat AMANDURDYYEVA, Selbi ATDAYEVADepartment of hospital therapy with a course in clinical pharmacology and endocrinology of SMUT named after M. Garryyev Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disease, which is characterized by the development of symmetric peripheral polyarthritis and is accompanied by joint destruction, lung damage, cardiovascular diseases, and meningitis [1, 6, 12, 17].