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Radial diagnostics in the system of ecological monitoring in trauma
Author(s): Olga G. Siniakova; Airat I. Ishmuhametov; Gulnar B. Proscurina; Faad A. Sharifullin
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Paper Abstract

Both creating of effective identification and evaluation mechanisms of environmental factors hazardous for health, and revealing their influence degree on the human health play an important role in ecological monitoring. The grate importance in a solution of many ecological problems belongs to medicine, first of all, to its social-preventive brunch. In this reference trauma remains the extremely important problem. Annually more than 10 million persons sustain traumas. Alongside with occupational, transport trauma, a significant number of trauma cases occur due to the impact of various ecological factors, including natural disasters, mass poisonings and other reasons. Trauma results in severe changes in human body organs and systems; the timely detection and correct evaluation of these changes are the key points for the choice of treatment. Among diagnostic methods used for this purpose, the methods of radial diagnostics play an important role. Various radial methods-- x-ray, radionuclide, ultrasonic, magnetic resonance imaging, computer tomography (CT)--are used to detect the functional and structural changes of vital organs and systems in trauma. Each of these methods has its advantages and shortages. The reported study was devoted to the analysis of using the photon systems (gamma-camera and computer tomography) in application of radionuclide and CT methods of radial diagnostics in trauma.

Paper Details

Date Published: 11 August 1997
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 3200, Third Conference on Photonic Systems for Ecological Monitoring, (11 August 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.284726
Show Author Affiliations
Olga G. Siniakova, Sklifosovsky Research Institute for Emergency Medicine (Russia)
Airat I. Ishmuhametov, Sklifosovsky Research Institute for Emergency Medicine (Russia)
Gulnar B. Proscurina, Sklifosovsky Research Institute for Emergency Medicine (Russia)
Faad A. Sharifullin, Sklifosovsky Research Institute for Emergency Medicine (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3200:
Third Conference on Photonic Systems for Ecological Monitoring
Milos Klima; Yuri A. Kuznetsov; Victor A. Shilin, Editor(s)

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