Post date: 11-11-2014 Author(s): B. Grosche1, D. Lackland2, C. Land3, S. Simon4, K. Apsalikov5, L. Pivina6
1 Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Germany;
2 Medical University of South Carolina, USA;
3 National Institutes of Health, USA;
5 Scientific Research Institute for Radiation Medicine and Ecology, Kazakhstan;
6 Semey State Medical University, Kazakhstan
Abstract This paper reports an analysis of theSemipalatinsk historical cohort exposed to radioactive fallout from nuclear testing inthe vicinity of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, Kazakhstan. The cohort study, which includes 19,545 persons of exposed and comparison villages in theSemipalatinsk region, had been set up in the 1960s and comprises 582,656 personyearsof follow-up between 1960 and...
Post date: 11-11-2014 Author(s): D. Lackland1, B. Grosche2, L. Pivina3, A. Kerimkulova3, A. Markabaeva4
1 Medical University of South Carolina, USA;
2 Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Germany;
3,4 Semey State Medical University, Kazakhstan
Abstrakt In the paper we have presented the developed algorithm for prognosis, earl diagnostics, treatment and prevention of cardiovascular diseases in the population of East-Kazakhstan area exposed to ionizing radiation in results of nuclear tests. For every group of radiation risk we have developed the list of necessary measures aimed to prognosis, treatment, primary and secondary prophylactics...
Post date: 14-11-2014 Author(s): 1 B. Grosche, 2 L.M. Pivina, 3 K.N. Apsalikov, 4 B.I. Gusev, 5T.I. Belichina
1 Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Germany,
2 State Medical University, Semey,
3,4,5 Institute for radiation Medicine and Ecology, Semey
Since World War II more than 2,000 nuclear explosion tests have been conducted around the world of which the former Soviet Union conducted more than 700. The Soviet nuclear tests began in the Semipalatinsk Test Site (STS) in current Kazakhstan. The test site covers an area of 18,500 km2 and is named after the city of Semipalatinsk, which is located approximately 150 km east of the test site. A tot...
Post date: 14-11-2014 Author(s): J. Slezak, N. Tribulova, M. Ivanova, J. Styk, K. Frimmel, T. Ravingerova, M. Fulop*, L. Okruhlicova
Institute for Heart Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences and Slovak Medical University*
Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Chronic ischemic injury of the myocardium is increasingly recognized as an undesired side effect of radiation of cardiovascular system after mediastinal radiation therapy for malignancies. The study concentrates on pathology of radiation-induced cardiovascular toxicity and on prevention of injury of healthy tissues in areas at risk. Irradiation of the heart with a single dose of ...
Post date: 14-11-2014 Author(s): R.R. Letfullin1, B.D. Murphy2
1Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, Indiana, USA;
2Radiological Technologies University, South Bend, Indiana USA
Abstract. Nanomedicine is the use of nanoparticles in medical practice, and can refer both to classical procedures improved using nanoparticles or entirely new techniques developed to exploit certain nanoparticle behaviors in the body. Nanophotothermolysis and nanophotohyperthermia are two new techniques which exploit the strong light absorption properties of nanoparticles to generate heat i...