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The Academy of Medical Sciences – a Short History; National Missions in an International Context

M. Ifrim – Secretary General to the Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences

The Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences, aforum of consecration and lucrative activity, bearingan institutional counterpart in every country on theplanet, came into being in 1935 by a Royal Decreeissued based on the decision of the bicameralParliament of the country, upon the initiative of Prof. Dr. Daniel Danielopolu. The Professor held from the very beginning the position of PermanentExecutive Secretary of the forum, its Presidentscoming from the ranks of personalities such as theMinister of Education at the time, Ion Angelescu,and many others that followed.By the existent law, the Academy of MedicalSciences bore the responsibility, as a s…[more...]

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Left Atrial Function in Patients with Reentrant Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia with Narrow QRS Complex – The Role of Speckle Tracking Echocardiography

Adriana Alexandrescu, S. Onciul, Ioana Petre, Oana Tautu, A. Scafa, Maria Dorobanţu

Objectives: We sought to investigate by speckle tracking technique the longitudinal function of the leftatrium in patients with reentrant paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia with narrow QRS complex, in orderto identify early functional changes that these arrhythmias may induce even when paroxysmal.Methodology: 23 patients with reentrant paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia with narrow QRS complexhave been evaluated by echocardiographic speckle tracking techniques in the first week after pharmacologicalconversion to sinus rhythm. The subsequent electrophysiology study identified 13 of these patients withatrioventricular nodal reentrant …[more...]

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Upper Digestive Tract Lesions in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Adriana-Corina Andrei, Larisa-Elena Fulger, L.S. Andrei, G. Becheanu, Mona Dumbrava, Carmen-Monica Preda, M.M. Diculescu

Objectives: The aims of the present study are: assessing the frequency of lesions in the upper digestive tractin inflammatory bowel diseases, endoscopic and histological characterization of these lesions and revealingtheir significance in the evolution of patients with inflammatory bowel disease.Methodology: We realized a retrospective study that included 52 patients hospitalized in the FundeniGastroenterology and Hepatology Department between 2009-2012, diagnosed with Crohn ‘s disease andrespectively ulcerative colitis, in which upper gastrointestinal endoscopy was performed. For statisticalanalysis we used Fisher ‘s exact test and Mann-Whit…[more...]

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Predictors of Increased Arterial Stiffness in Hypertensive Patients

Oana Florentina Tăutu, Roxana Darabont, S. Onciul, A. Deaconu, Ioana Petre, R.D. Andrei, B. Drăgoescu, Maria Dorobanţu

Objectives: to evaluate arterial stiffness in hypertensive patients and to identify predictors of increasedarterial stiffness.Method: 798 hypertensives identified in SEPHAR II survey were evaluated by BP and arterial stiffness measurements: aortic puls weave velocity (PWVao) and aortic augmentation index (AIXao), and astudy questionnaire.Values above the 75th percentile of mean SBPâ?? standard deviation (s.d.) defined increasedSBP variability. Log(TG HDL-cholesterol) defined atherogenic index of plasma (AIP).Results: Mean values of studied parameters were: PWVao-10.19+-2.22m s, AIXao – 39.17+-16.59%, BP-149.96+-20.94 89.18+-11.54, PP-60.99…[more...]

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Zinc and Androgen Hormones in Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

C. Ene, Corina Daniela Ene (Nicolae), Ilinca Nicolae, L. Coman, Oana Andreia Coman

Benign prostatic hypertrophy is one of the most common causes of urological addressability because of thesymptoms that rapidly and visibly decrease patients quality of life.
Objectives: The authors analyzed zinc and androgen hormones status in patients with prostate disorders andaimed at identifying a possible relation between zinc metabolism and hormonal disorders in benign prostatehypertrophy.
Material and methods: The study was based on the observational analysis of 22 untreated men with benignprostatic hypertrophy as first diagnostic, and 30 healthy volunteers, with similar age and biological profile.
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Year 2014 No. 2

1. The Academy of Medical Sciences – a Short History; National Missions in an International Context

Authors: M. Ifrim – Secretary General to the Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences

The Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences, aforum of consecration and lucrative activity, bearingan institutional counterpart in every country on theplanet, came into being in 1935 by a Royal Decreeissued based on the decision of the bicameralParliament of the country, upon the initiative of Prof. Dr. Daniel Danielopolu. The Professor held from the very beginning the position of PermanentExecutive Secretary of the forum, its Presidentscoming from the ranks of personalities such as theMinister of Education at the time, Ion Angelescu,and many others that followed.By the existent law, the Academy of MedicalSciences bore the responsibility, as a s…[more...]
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2. Left Atrial Function in Patients with Reentrant Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia with Narrow QRS Complex – The Role of Speckle Tracking Echocardiography

Authors: Adriana Alexandrescu, S. Onciul, Ioana Petre, Oana Tautu, A. Scafa, Maria Dorobanţu

Objectives: We sought to investigate by speckle tracking technique the longitudinal function of the leftatrium in patients with reentrant paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia with narrow QRS complex, in orderto identify early functional changes that these arrhythmias may induce even when paroxysmal.Methodology: 23 patients with reentrant paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia with narrow QRS complexhave been evaluated by echocardiographic speckle tracking techniques in the first week after pharmacologicalconversion to sinus rhythm. The subsequent electrophysiology study identified 13 of these patients withatrioventricular nodal reentrant …[more...]
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3. Upper Digestive Tract Lesions in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Authors: Adriana-Corina Andrei, Larisa-Elena Fulger, L.S. Andrei, G. Becheanu, Mona Dumbrava, Carmen-Monica Preda, M.M. Diculescu

Objectives: The aims of the present study are: assessing the frequency of lesions in the upper digestive tractin inflammatory bowel diseases, endoscopic and histological characterization of these lesions and revealingtheir significance in the evolution of patients with inflammatory bowel disease.Methodology: We realized a retrospective study that included 52 patients hospitalized in the FundeniGastroenterology and Hepatology Department between 2009-2012, diagnosed with Crohn ‘s disease andrespectively ulcerative colitis, in which upper gastrointestinal endoscopy was performed. For statisticalanalysis we used Fisher ‘s exact test and Mann-Whit…[more...]
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4. Predictors of Increased Arterial Stiffness in Hypertensive Patients

Authors: Oana Florentina Tăutu, Roxana Darabont, S. Onciul, A. Deaconu, Ioana Petre, R.D. Andrei, B. Drăgoescu, Maria Dorobanţu

Objectives: to evaluate arterial stiffness in hypertensive patients and to identify predictors of increasedarterial stiffness.Method: 798 hypertensives identified in SEPHAR II survey were evaluated by BP and arterial stiffness measurements: aortic puls weave velocity (PWVao) and aortic augmentation index (AIXao), and astudy questionnaire.Values above the 75th percentile of mean SBPâ?? standard deviation (s.d.) defined increasedSBP variability. Log(TG HDL-cholesterol) defined atherogenic index of plasma (AIP).Results: Mean values of studied parameters were: PWVao-10.19+-2.22m s, AIXao – 39.17+-16.59%, BP-149.96+-20.94 89.18+-11.54, PP-60.99+-…[more...]
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5. Zinc and Androgen Hormones in Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Authors: C. Ene, Corina Daniela Ene (Nicolae), Ilinca Nicolae, L. Coman, Oana Andreia Coman

Benign prostatic hypertrophy is one of the most common causes of urological addressability because of thesymptoms that rapidly and visibly decrease patients quality of life.
Objectives: The authors analyzed zinc and androgen hormones status in patients with prostate disorders andaimed at identifying a possible relation between zinc metabolism and hormonal disorders in benign prostatehypertrophy.
Material and methods: The study was based on the observational analysis of 22 untreated men with benignprostatic hypertrophy as first diagnostic, and 30 healthy volunteers, with similar age and biological profile.
Results:more…]
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6. The Management of Facial Fibrous Dysplasia

Authors: V. Zainea, O. Ceachir, Mura Hainăroşie, Irina G Ioniţă, Andreea Sorică, R. Hainăroşie

Craniofacial fibrous dysplasia is a benign disease. It appears in relation with the mutations of the GNAS genethat results interferes with differentiation and proliferation of bone-forming stromal cells and leads to thereplacement of normal bone and marrow by fibrous tissue and woven bone. In can appear isolated to a singlebone or affect multiple skeletal sites and or endocrine organs.
The paper provides clinically focused multidisciplinarymanagement of facial fibrous dysplasia….[more...]
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7. Vascular Calcifications, Major Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Events in Chronic Kidney Disease: An Update on the Pathophysiological Process

Authors: Alice Bălăceanu, Camelia Diaconu, Cristiana David, A. Niculae, Ileana Peride, Gheorghiţa Aron

Mineral and bone metabolism disorders are common in patients with chronic kidney disease, leading finally tovascular calcification. They contribute to the associated cardiovascular disease in patients with chronic kidneydisease and also to high mortality rate. Complex mechanisms involve retention of phosphates, decreased ionizedcalcium and 1,25 dihydroxyvitamin D, increased FGF-23, secondary hyperparathyroidism.
A large number ofproinflammatory and anti-inflammatory factors (osteopontin, osteoprotegerin, fetuin, and pyrophosphate) were studied in an attempt to clarify the etiopathogenic mechanisms of vascular calcifications. Complex patho…[more...]
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8. The Ethical Implications of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Authors: Monica Costescu, Simona Roxana Georgescu, F. Draghia, M. Tampa, L. Coman,
Oana Andreia Coman

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) has proven to be a difficult disease to understand and even harder tocontrol. SLE poses a major obstacle to the healthcare community because of the poorly understood etiologyand progression. Conventional medicine approaches the disease with various forms of drug therapy. Withconventional medicine failing to make any significant breakthroughs, it is both appropriate and rational todetermine if complementary and alternative medicine can make contributions to fill the void. Complementaryand alternative medicine is popular, but ethical issues are rarely discussed. For the practicing clinician, the useof compleme…[more...]
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9. Para-Aortic Lymphadenectomy Associated with Excision of Liver Lesions in Advanced-Stage Cervical Cancer – A Case Report

Authors: N. Bacalbaşa, Irina Balescu

Para-aortic lymph node metastases together with tumor stage represent the most important prognostic factors inadvanced cervical cancer. Para-aortic involvement of the lymph nodes is identified in up to 30% of these patients,although preoperative imaging exams have a high percent of false negative results. Complete debulking ofpara-aortic lymph nodes seems to be associated with significant survival benefit in advanced cervical cancer. Wepresent the case of a 61 years old patient diagnosed with well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma who underwent neoadjuvant irradiation, in whom we performed a radical hysterectomy en bloc with bilateraladn…[more...]
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10. The Use of the Composite Muco-perichondrial-cartilaginous Vascularised Septal Flap in the Reconstructive Surgery of the Skull Base Defects

Authors: R. Hainăroşie, O. Ceachir, M. Hainăroşie, Irina G Ioniţă, Cătălina Pietroşanu, V. Zainea

The mucoperichondrial septal flap (Hadad flap) is vascularised from the posterior septal artery, derived fromthe sphenopalatine artery. This type of flap was described, in 2006, by surgeons Hadad and Bassagasteguy. Itwas used to reconstruct the skull base defects after removing skull base tumors. The authors will describe amodified muco-perichondrial-cartilaginous flap derived from the original Hadad flap. The flap harvesting andthe reconstructive technique will be described. This kind of flap was used to reconstruct the skull base deffecton 7 pacients, after removing sinonasal neoplasm involving the skull base. The results will be presented….[more...]
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11. Nonsurgical Treatment of Hepatic Hydatid Cyst

Authors: I. Brezean, M. Vilcu, E. Catrina, I. Pantea, D. Ferechide

The nonsurgical treatment of hepatic hydatid cyst has made significant progress lately through the use ofefficient parasiticidal drugs and through the technique of fine needle puncture which enables the instillationof the parasiticidal substances directly inside the cyst. At present, the indications of the drug treatment as wellas of the punctures are well defined for certain anatomoclinical hydatid cysts….[more...]
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Year 2014 No. 1

1. Medicina Modernă – A New Step in Sharing Medical Experience

Authors: I. Lascăr – President of the Bucharest College of Physicians

Starting with the first issue, published in 1994, theaim of “Medicina Moderna” Journal has been topromote the significant achievements of theRomanian medical activity, to communicate andshare medical knowledge and to be a valuabledatabase of Romanian research.Because the Journal is under the patronage ofBucharest College of Physicians and RomanianAcademy of Medical Sciences, doctors andresearchers from all Romania and also from abroadcan submit their work and most significant results,assuring them of the high standards of morality andethics of our Journal.Each published issue represents hours of practiceand study, courage to experiment, int…[more...]
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2. Medicina Modernă – New Series

Authors: I. Popescu – President of the Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences

The Romanian Academy of Medical Scienceshas been honored to join the College of Physicians ofBucharest in the new series of “Medicina Modernă “.Definitely, at this moment Romania needs goodmedical journals, where our medical scientists couldpublish. The demand is big, particularly sinceacademic promotions are so much related to thearticles published in indexed journals. The offer,unfortunately, is still rather small.
As we all know, it is not easy to get a journalindexed (especially in the ISI web of knowledge) andto keep it at such a high level. That implies a lot ofeffort and a very good team. Without a good andefficient team such…[more...]
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3. Toward an European Legislation in Administrating Forensic Probation

Authors: V. Beliş – Honorary President of the Romanian Society of Forensic Medicine

In 1994 I began working together with Prof.Scripcaru on elaborating new regulations regardingthe expertise activity in Romania and we succeededwithin the year to accomplish what we called “Lawfor the management of forensic institutes” . Afterpresenting it in front of the Romanian Parliament,this became an effectual law that has been adjustedsince by the Law 459 2001, G.O. no. 57 2001 and theLaw no. 271 2004.
While framing the law, we took into account thefollowing aspects:
- The expertise activity in Romania could notignore the past administration of the forensicprobation;
- We believed to be necessary to ascertainseveral means of co…[more...]
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4. Arterial Hypertension Epidemiology: Romania among the Balkan Countries – Data from SEPHAR Surveys

Authors: Maria Dorobanţu, S. Onciul, Roxana Darabont, Oana Tautu, S. Ghiorghe,
Maria Vasilescu, I. Manitiu, C. Pop, D. Lighezan, E. Apetrei

Epidemiologia hipertensiunii arteriale: Romania intre tarile balcanice – date din studiile SEPHAR. Scopul studiului consta in evaluarea epidemiologiei hipertensiunii arteriale pe baza studiilor desfasurate in tarilePeninsulei Balcanice comparandu-le din punct de vedere al metodologiei si a rezultatelor obtinute cu studiile SEPHAR.
Metode: Studiul SEPHAR II este un studiu de prevalenta a hipertensiunii arteriale desfasurat in Romania in perioada octombrie 2011 – martie 2012. Am comparat din punct de vedere al metodologiei si al rezultatelorobtinute date din 9 studii asemanatoare desfasurate in ultimii 15 ani in tarile din regiunea geografi…[more...]
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5. The Importance of Aortic Arch Plaque Characteristics in Patients with Ischemic Stroke

Authors: Mihaela Marian, Ana Câmpeanu, C. Popa

Importanta caracteristicilor placii de aterom aortice la pacientii cu accident vascular cerebral ischemic Datele aparute in literatura in ultimii ani sugereaza asocierea dintre ateroamele de arc aortic si AVC-ul ischemic, aterotromboza de arc aortic fiind considerata veriga lipsa, responsabila de multe dintre accidentele vasculare ischemice de cauza necunoscuta. Lucrarea de fata isi propune sa studieze relatiile existente intre ateroamele de crosa aortica si factorii de risc vasculari, markeri serici de inflamatie, coafectarea mai multorteritorii vasculare in vederea identificarii unui model al pacientului cu ateromatoza de arc aortic si boal…[more...]
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6. Contributions to the Study of Psychosocial Aspects in Hematologic Malignancies

Authors: Amelia Maria Găman, M. A. Găman

Contributii la studiul unor aspecte psihosociale in hemopatiile maligneHemopatiile maligne sunt afectiuni severe, cu sfârsit letal daca nu sunt tratate, care se insotesc de un raspunsemotional la stresul acut determinat de aflarea diagnosticului de hemopatie maligna si tratamentul acesteia, cepoate aparea in orice moment al bolii: comunicarea diagnosticului, inceperea tratamentului, recaderea,ineficienta tratamentului, progresia bolii. Raspunsul emotional poate imbraca mai multe aspecte: stare de soc,negare, frica, pierderea sperantei, anxietate, depresie, perturbarea dezvoltarii personalitatii, alterari alesomnului si apetitului. Factorii…[more...]
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7. Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Patients with Heart Failure Hospitalized in the Clinical Emergency Hospital of Bucharest

Authors: Camelia C. Diaconu, Bianca Paraschiv, Daniela Bartoş

The aim of the study was to investigate clinical characteristics, management and outcomes of patients withchronic heart failure consecutively admitted in the Internal Medicine Clinic of the Clinical EmergencyHospital of Bucharest, during a period of 8 months (1st of January – August 31, 2012).Methods: The study included 436 patients. We analyzed data from the hospital record database. In eachpatient clinical examination, ECG, laboratory tests, 2-D echocardiography and other imaging tests wereperformed.Results: The mean age of the patients was 59.2 Â+-17.4 years. The distribution by sex: 233 (53,4%) men and203 (46,6%) women. Arterial hyperten…[more...]
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8. The Dietary Adjustment to the Digestive System’s Alterations Induced by the Anticancer Therapy

Authors: T. Mogoş, Andra Evelin Iacobini

The cancerous disease, with its various topography, faces serious problems concerning nutrition, mainly in thecase of patients undergoing oncologic therapy. In this article, depending on the localisation (from head topancreas, following the digestive tract), in accordance with the oncologic intervention, there are severalnutrition measures that can be applied, in order to offer the patients a longer life expectation and a higherquality of it….[more...]
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9. The Dietotherapy of Malignant Degeneration of Small Intestine and Colon, Correlated with the Anticancerous Therapy

Authors: T. Mogoş, Andra Evelin Iacobini

The complex treatment of cancer located in the digestive area (in this article, there are presented the smallintestine and colon) involves specific therapeutic measures. These must be taken in order to increase theresistance of the organism to the malign injury and to face the incisivity of different factors which caninfluence the body in the context of malignancy (the resistance in different parts of the organism decreases).The nutritional therapy prepares on one hand the bodyâ??s resistance before starting oncologic treatment, and,on the other hand, maintains the necessity of a nutrition able to prolong the patientâ??s survival and its qu…[more...]
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10. Reactive Thrombocytosis in Pediatric Pathology

Authors: Alina Deaconu, Cătălina Bica, D. Bulucea

Platelets are considered acute-phase reactants. Therefore, they increase in response to various stimuli.Thrombocytosis is classified as either primary (clonal) or secondary (reactive). Primary thrombocytosis iscaused by increase of autonomous production of platelets (unregulated by the physiologic feedbackmechanism). Reactive thrombocytosis appears in patients who have a medical or surgical condition and whonormalize after resolution of primary cause. Reactive thrombocytosis is considered to be a benign formof thrombocytosis. Inflammatory cytokines such as interleukins 6, 11 and 1 beta, tumor necrosis factor,granulocyte-monocyte colony-stimul…[more...]
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11. A Retrospective Clinical Study of 640 Scoliosis Treated by Posterior Segmental Rachisynthesis

Authors: M. Jianu, A. Thiery, Beatrice Frumuşeanu, Raluca Damean, Violeta Oriţă

This is a retrospective study of 640 patients with scoliosis who underwent surgery in Pediatric OrthopedicDepartment of Central Emergengy Hospital for Children â??Grigore Alexandrescuâ? Bucharest and also in theprivate hospitals â??Regina Maria â?? and â??Sanador â?? in a 14 years period between 1999 and 2012. The study relatesto the cases of scoliosis treated by segmental rachisynthesis by posterior approach , but also includes some casesin which the posterior and the anterior approach were combined. The patients were between 6 and 44 years oldand most of them were female (82%). We used different techniques of rachisynthesis such as:…[more...]
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12. Revascularization – A Key Element for Obtaining Granulation Tissue in a Patient with Diabetes and Arteriopathy

Authors: Mihaela Vilcu, Z. Filipovski, I. Brezean, T. Pâtraşcu

We present the case of a 50-year old patient with complicated diabetes mellitus, occlusive infrainguinalarterial disease in distal form and stage IV critical ischemia, hospitalized in the department of surgery withextensive gangrene of the toes of the pelvic limb and sepsis. The surgical intervention into the focus, theamputation of the toes, followed by an angioplasty made it possible to avoid a major amputation, leading tothe granulation of the wound and, subsequently, in covering the resulting defect with a free split-skin graft….[more...]
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13. Hypopharyngeal defect reconstruction, following extended total laryngectomy, using a myocutaneous sternocleidomastoid flap

Authors: O. Ceachir, R. Hainăroşie, V. Zainea

Background: The lack of specific symptoms causes late presentation for patients with advanced T-stagemalignant tumors (T3-T4) of the hypopharynx. This fact restricts surgical options to total laryngectomy withpartial pharyngectomy or total laryngectomy with circular pharyngectomy. In most of these cases pharyngealreconstruction, using flaps, is mandatory.Method:We present the case of a 61 years old male who underwent surgery for a malignant tumor of the rightpyriform sinus extended to the base of the tongue and right tonsil. A total laryngectomy associated with partialpharyngectomy, partial resection of the base of tongue and right tonsillect…[more...]
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Urmatoarele articole fac parte din bibliografia / tematica de pregatire pentru examenul de grad principal – 2007- pentru asistent igienist de cabinet stomatologic (pentru detalii, consultati site-ul OAMMR).

  1. Burlibasa C, Chirila L, Maftei I
    “Unele aspecte privind tratamentul despicaturilor congenitale labio-maxilo-palatine”,
    Medicina Moderna 1:639-641/1994;
    (vol.1 nr.12, » descarca fisier pdf, 1.5mb);
  2. Caruntu FA
    “Manifestari clinice ale infectiei cu HIV”,
    Medicina Moderna 1:513-516/1994;
    (vol. 1, nr. 10, » descarca fisier pdf, 1.8 mb );
  3. Caruntu FA
    “Actualitati in hepatita virala B. Mutantele virale si semnificatie lor practica”,
    Medicina Moderna 2: 177-178/1995;
    (vol.2, nr.4, » descarca fisier pdf, 1.1 mb);
  4. Corlan E.
    “Tuberculoza, o problema actuala in lume si in tara noastra”
    Medicina Moderna 2: 58-62/1995;
    (vol. 2, nr.2, » descarca fisier pdf, 2.5 mb )

  5. Gherghina I
    “Infectia HIV la copii”,
    Medicina moderna 2: 135-140/1995;
    (vol. 2, nr.3, » descarca fisier pdf, 2.6 mb )
  6. Iliescu A, Skaung N
    “Riscul transmiterii hepatitelor virale in cursul tratamentelor stomatologice”,
    Medicina Moderna 2: 465/467/1995;
    (vol. 2, nr.9, » descarca fisier pdf, 1.7 mb )
  7. Peredery S
    Programe de profilaxie a infectiei cu virusul hepatitei B (I),
    Medicina Moderna 2: 569-570/1995;
    (vol. 2, nr.11, » descarca fisier pdf, 1.0 mb )

La cerere, in limita posibilitatilor, vom incerca sa oferim acces integral la toate materiale solicitate pentru bibliografii de examen.

SRCCV 2011

Al 7-lea Congres National al Societatii Romane de Chirurgie Cardiovasculara
Al 6-lea Simpozion al Societatii Romane de Anestezie – Terapie Intensiva Cardiaca si Tehnologie Extracorporala

STAM 2010′

Simpozionul de Tehnologii Avansate în Medicina 2010, 11-13 noiembrie 2010, Institutul National de Statistica Bucuresti

Evenimente SRATI 2010′

Societatea Romana de Anestezie si Terapie Intensiva, 12 – 16 Mai 2010, Centrul International de Conferinte Sinaia

Cursul cu tema ‘Suportul de baza si avansat al vietii’

Bucuresti, Spitalul Clinic de Urgenta Floreasca, 15 octombrie 2007, ora 18.00; numai pentru medicii bucuresteni