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the unified health system as a mechanism for modernization
by providing a competitive environment for better health
of population republic of kazakhstan
The President of the country N. Nazarbaev in front of the Ministry of health of RK concrete
tasks, aimed at achieving the goal of strengthening the health of the nation, where the main are: to
ensure the availability of the guaranteed volume of free medical care, improvement in quality of care,
ensuring the economic efficiency of the rendered medical services are the main goals of the health
system.
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(hereinafter HMIS) is a unique mechanism for implementing these tasks and modernization of health
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EVALUATION OF AWARENESS, FOOD HABITS AND BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS
OF KAZAKHSTAN'S POPULATION ON HEALTHY NUTRITION
Food habits and behavioral patterns, consumption of various food groups, including healthy food,
the levels of public awareness on healthy nutrition and the role of nutrition in prevention of the most
common non-communicable diseases and micronutrient deficiencies in The Republic of Kazakhstan
are characterized. The most advantageous, efficient and having influence forms, channels and time of
information receipt on nutrition are revealed, which should be taken into account in implementation of
communication activities for creation of healthy nutrition patterns of population.

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THE STUDY OF THE QUALITY AND SAFETY
ON BABY FOOD YOGURT NAMED ""
This article presents the study of the quality and safety of baby food yogurt named "".
Physico-chemical characteristics of the product meet the standard.


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The most effective and radical treatment of catheholaminproductive tumours is surgery; the
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can be fully cured.

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In recent years the structure of vaginal infections is connected to ureaplasm that causes ureaplasm
disease. Women ureaplasm disease leads to inflammation and adhesions in the fallopian tubes, and
as a result to infertility and an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy, obesity, cervicitis and salpingooophoritis. Prevention of mycoplasm and ureaplasm diseases is in compliance with the rules of sexual
health and in rejection of casual sex, in such cases the condom must be used.

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Treatment of hypertension in patients with COPD.
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High prevalence of conditions such as arterial hypertension (AH) and chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD), requires the study of these topics. So we have devoted an article analysis
of the literature covering the relationship between COPD and arterial hypertension, their influence on
each other and the treatment of hypertension in patients with COPD.

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USE OF SOY PRODUCTS IN THE PREVENTION OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS
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The article gives a rationale for the use of soybean in the prevention of cardiovascular disease
in particular atherosclerosis. Proposed product functionality based on soy milk. This article provides
guidance on the use of new soybean fermented milk product in the prevention of atherosclerosis.

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6 Kulbitski B.N., Larev Z.V., Fedulova M.V., Denisova O.P., Bogomolov D.V. Pathology of
the heart conducting system in the thanatogenesis of sudden death from alcoholic cardiomyopathy and
coronary heart disease // Sud. med. ekspert. 2012. 55(2). . 6265.
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Pathology heart under mortal sharp
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Results of pathologic-morphological researches of a myocardium and coronary vessels of the
persons who have died of acute poisoning with drugs against chronic narcotic intoxication are presented
in the article. Microscopic research of tissues of heart was conducted with application of passable light
and polarizing microscopy, thus, the revealed pathologic-morphological changes of a myocardium and
coronary vessels at drug addicts were caused by long toxic influence of narcotic substances and alcohol,
and also a chronic hypoxia of tissues, owing to spasm of blood vessels. Degree of expressiveness of
all revealed morphological changes depended on duration of the use of narcotic substances and age of
the dead.

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5 Hantson P., Beauloye C. Myocardial metabolism in toxin-induced heart failure and therapeutic
implications // Clin. Toxicol (Phila). 2012. 50(3). . 166171.
6 Kulbitski B.N., Larev Z.V., Fedulova M.V., Denisova O.P., Bogomolov D.V. Pathology of
the heart conducting system in the thanatogenesis of sudden death from alcoholic cardiomyopathy and
coronary heart disease // Sud.med.ekspert. 2012. 55(2). 6265.
7 Bogomolova I.N. Bogomolov D.V. Shpekht Dlu., Kulbitski B.N. The characteristic
morphological changes of the internal organs in certain forms of combined poisoning. Sud.med.
ekspert. 2012. 55 (2). 1821.

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A.Zh. Altayeva, N.V. Selivohina,
M.D. Abuov, B.M. Begaliev
Morphological changes of myocardium
at chronic drug intoxication
The article presents the results of morphological changes of myocardium of people who died
because of the chronic narcotic intoxication. The autopsy researches of forensic medical evaluation
revealed the morphological indications of toxic influence in myocardium. Clear blood circulation
disorders, focal damage of myocardium cells with contractures and myocytolysis along with
hypertrophy and atrophy of myocardium cells have been observed. Non-coronary sclerosis is shown as
a characteristic feature.
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1 Bacon B.R., Gordon S.C., Lawitz E. et al. HCV RESPOND-2 final results: high sustained
virologic response among genotype 1 previous nonresponders and relapsers to peginterferon/ribavirin
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52(suppl) . 430A.
2 Manns M.P., McHutchison J.G., Gordon S.C. et al. Peginterferon alfa-2b plus ribavirin
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3 Fried M.W., Shiffman M.L., Reddy K.R. et al. Peginterferon alfa-2a plus ribavirin for chronic
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4 Hadziyannis S.J., Sette H.Jr., Morgan T.R. et al.; for PEGASYS International Study Group.
Peginterferonalpha2a and ribavirin combination therapy in chronic hepatitis C: a randomized study of
treatment duration and ribavirin dose // Ann. Intern. Med. 2004. 140. . 346355.
5 Veldt B.J., Heathcote E.J., Wedemeyer H. et al. Sustained virologic response and clinical
outcomes in patients with chronic hepatitis C and advanced fibrosis // Ann. Intern. Med.
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6 Bruno S., Crosignani A., Facciotto C. et al. Sustained virologic response prevents the
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study // Hepatology. 2010. 51. . 20692076.
7 Morgan T.R., Ghany M.G., Kim H.Y. et al. Outcome of sustained virological responders with
histologically advanced chronic hepatitis C. //Hepatology.- 2010. 52. . 833844.
8 Kwo P.Y., Lawitz E.J., McCone J., Schiff E.R. et al. Efficacy of boceprevir, an NS3 protease
inhibitor, in combination with peginterferon alfa-2b and ribavirin in treatment-naive patients with
genotype 1 hepatitis C infection (SPRINT-1): an open-label, randomised, multicentre phase 2 trial //
Lancet. 2010. 376. . 705716.
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1217.
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peginterferon with or without ribavirin for chronic HCV infection // N. Engl. J. Med. 2009.
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13 Jacobson I.M., McHutchison J.G., Dusheiko G. et al. Telaprevir for previously untreated
chronic hepatitis C virus infection // N. Engl. J. Med. 2011. 364. . 24052416.
14 Zeuzem S., Andreone P., Pol S. et al. Telaprevir for retreatment of HCV infection // N. Engl. J.
Med. 2011. 364. . 24172428.
15 Thomas D.L., Thio C.L., Martin M.P. et al. Genetic variation in IL28B and spontaneous
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16 (SVR) among poor interferon (IFN) responders when boceprevir (BOC) is added to
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17 Treatment of Genotype 1 Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection: 2011 Practice Guideline by the
American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases // Hepatology. 2011. Vol, 54, No. 4. . 1433
1444.
18 Sarrazin C., Hezode C., Zeuzem S. et al. Antiviral strategies in hepatitis C virus infection //
Journal of Hepatology. 2012. . 88100.
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21 Foster G.R., Hezode C., Bronowicki J.P. et al. Activity of telaprevir alone or in combination
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G.N. Isinova, E.Zhandosov, G. Akhzhigitova,
A. Akimova, M. Dlimbetova, B. Ulan
Protease inhibitors in patients with chronic hepatitis C,
caused by genotype 1 virus
The review article is devoted to the triple therapy of chronic infection with genotype 1 HCV,
are published data on the use of protease inhibitors (telaprevir and boceprevir) in combination with
pegylated interferon and ribavirin for the treatment of patients with genotype 1.

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Importance of phytopreparations
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A high incidence of chronic pyelonephritis (2030%) is registered among the population
and particularly among the women of fertile age. Based on the examination results an incomplete
urinary tracts sanation is observed after conducting the first stage of anti-inflammatory treatment that
is manifested by asymptomatic bacteriuria and leukocyturia and preservation of residual effects of
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K.S. Nurmanova, S.N. Isakova, M.D. Sadyhanova, A.J. Botabekova
Electrocardiograms patterns of patients suffering from
The Chronical Renal Impairment in a terminal stage living
in Almaty region
The Presentations Results of Research Variations with patients occuring in a terminal stage
before and after Haemodialysis using Electrocardiograms fluctuations.

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A.M. Ospanova
Experience with the drug "Remedy" in the treatment
of urogenital chlamydiosis
The paper shows the authors experience in treating 27 (17 males and 10 females) patients with
chronic urogenital chlamydial infection by using Remedy. The studies have demonstrated that
remedia is an effective antichlamydial agent that is effective in treating patients with chronic and
therapy -resistant urogenital chlamydial infection.
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8. Coll D.M. 3-dimensional volume rendered computerized tomography tor preoperative
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M.K. Alchinbaev, N.M. Kadyrbekov, A.K. Buirashev, A.A. Muravyov
APPLICATION OF MULTISLICE COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY PATHOLOGY
UPPER URINARY TRACT
Anomalies of the kidney occur in 33,5% of patients with urological clinics and up to 10% of
all the vices of the formation of the genitourinary system. On the basis of SC Urology named after BU
Dzharbussynov surveyed 33 patients with abnormalities of the upper urinary tract in age from 20 to 55
years. Multislice computed tomography method provides a three-dimensional images of high quality.
Multidetector computed tomography a highly informative, minimally invasive method of diagnosis,
which occupies a leading position in the algorithm of investigation of patients with abnormal kidney
development.

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M.K. Alchinbaev, N.M. Kadyrbekov, A.K. Buirashev, A.A. Muravyov
MULTISLICE COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN RENAL TUMORS
Among all cancer kidney cancer in frequency is the 6th place in men and 12th in women, and
timely diagnosis and treatment remain a major problem oncology. On the basis of SC Urology named
after BU Dzharbussynov for the period from 2012 to 2013, was conducted the survey and treatment of
6 patients with renal tumors. All patients underwent multislice computed tomography of kidneys with
bolus boost.
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OPPORTUNITIES ELASTOGRAPHY DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
OF SCROTAL ORGANS
One of the most common urological abnormalities in men are the various diseases of the scrotum.
Elastography a new word in the technology of ultrasound imaging. The basis of our work were the
results of a survey of 108 patients with various diseases of the scrotum. The use of elastography with
high accuracy to diagnose cancer processes of the scrotum.

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clinical applications // Radiol. Med. 2002. V. 103, 3. P. 143157.
6. Zantl N., Beer A., van Randenborgh H., Hartung R. Virtual endoscopy of the urinary tract //
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The possibilities of MCT in the diagnosis
of urethral stricture
In recent years, to study the urethra widely used ultrasound voiding cystic cystourethroscope,
echourodynamic study, Doppler ultrasonography and three-dimensional ultrasound visualization
of the urethra. In 2009, on the basis of SC Urology them. B.U. Dzharbussynova developed a new
diagnostic method for imaging the urethra a virtual ureteroscopy. Virtual ureteroscopy performed
in 15 patients with urethral stricture. Analysis of the results allowed all patients to clarify the
diagnosis, localize the disease process, to assess the extent of contraction and the deformation of
the urethra, and the condition of the surrounding tissue. Application of a new method of diagnosis,
which is a virtual ureteroscopy, clarifies the peculiarities of a number of diseases of urethra,
deepening and broadening our understanding of the disease, thereby contributing to its successful
treatment.

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A.K. Buirashev, N.M. Kadyrbekov, M.K. Alchinbaev, A.A. Muravyov
DOPPLER ULTRASOUND IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
In the study of patients in a state of relaxation of the penis vein visualization preprostatical plexus
was well achieved with a longitudinal scan. Our proposed method for diagnosis of erectile dysfunction
venocorporal based on the features of the anatomy of penile venous system. Echodopplerography with
pharmaceutical heavy preprostatical venous plexus is a new, effective and minimally invasive method
of diagnosis venocorporal erectile dysfunction.


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O.A. Sekerbayev
RESULTS RECONSTRUCTIVE OPERATIONS
IN THE FEMOROPOPLITEAL ZONE
Chronic occlusions of the femoral and popliteal arteries are one of the most common
cardiovascular diseases. Surgical correction of this disease still remains the problem is not resolved and
a full contradictory opinions (1). At present, many surgeons adhere to the active tactics in this category
of patients, 6597% of patients they can fully recover or significantly improve arterial blood flow in
the lower limbs (2).

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Experience of treatment of patellofemoral osteoarthritis
on Macbeth Bundy
Long-term results were evaluated in 24 people in a period of 1 year to 10 years. In 23 patients
with knee joint range of motion is full, pain limiting the load on the joint is not. Medium term disability
was 34,5 days.

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Influence of various technological modes of processing
of medicinal vegetative raw materials on some indicators
of its chemical compound
It is shown the change in structure of vegetative raw materials of such indicators, as the watersoluble dry rest, water-soluble fiber, polisugars and bioflavonoids, depending on specifications on
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Influence of various extracts from vegetative raw materials
on growth of intestinal microflora
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The effectiveness of the treatment of multidrug resistance
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This article provides the results of treatment with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in the Southern
region of the Almaty oblast.

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Morbidity of tuberculosis among East Kazakhstan oblast Syrym area
population for 20082012
By the results of research in the Syrym area over the last 5 years morbidity of tuberculosis
decreased by 1,7 times or by 41%. These are the results of collaboration of the government and health
service organizations strengthening of promotion of a healthy lifestyle and high-quality carrying out
sanitary and educational work among the population.
At the same time, high morbidity among the unemployed and among persons with low level of
the income is noted. Guards tendency to infection with tuberculosis smong tecuagers.

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The volume of work performed for the control
of industrial enterprises of the State Sanitary
and Epidemiological Supervision of Zhetysu district of Almaty
This article presents the results of the work done in 2012 Zhetysu district. During 2012 all the
situation in the city was positive.

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Analysis of the management of state sanitary
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of Almaty by Medeu district for 2012.
This article provides information about the work by Medeu district for the 2012 year. Results of
analysis on the epidemiological situation is stable.

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On waste management of medical organizations
To waste, depending on their risk class, have different requirements for the collection, temporary
storage and transportation. The mixing of different classes of waste at all stages of gathering, storing
and transporting are prohibited.

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K.A. Baykenzheeva, N.N. Aytambaeva
Conducting health surveillance of air quality
According to the annual plan for the year in the city on the main streets of the main city every
quarter is conducted laboratory monitoring of the air basin, and residential areas in the vicinity of
industrial plants once a quarter.

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SANITARY CONDITION OF ECONOMIC-DRINKING WATER SOURSE
AND PLACES OF CULTURAL AND COMMUNITY WATER USE
IN TURKSIB AREA OF ALMATY CITY
In the article presented the organization of the control over drinking water supply and the open
reservoirs of Turksib area in Almaty city.

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I.V. Ten, A.D. Kuttbaev, L.N. Aitambaeva,
G.A. Kudaibergenova, G.B. Elgondina
SANITARY EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CONDITION OF THE MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS IN
TURKSIB AREA OF ALMATY CITY
In this article presented data on positive dynamics in activity of municipal hygiene department
under the control over the medical organizations.

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SANITARY CLEARING AND THE ORGANIZATION OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE
EVACUATION IN TURKSIB AREA OF ALMATY CITY
In the article presented data on improvement of sanitary clearing and the organization of
household waste evacuation in Turksib area of Almaty city.

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M. Ziyabekov, N. Ezdibaev, A. Kydyrbaeva
Preliminary and periodic medical examinations of workers
in hazardous conditions
For employees working in hazardous occupations and work in harmful and hazardous production
factors for five or more years of regular medical examinations every five years, conducted in centers
Occupational and other health care organizations that have licenses for proficiency examination and an
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This article describes ways to implement the integrated management of pediatric patients in the
pediatric service, in particular the city polyclinic 8 Almaty, with the training to health workers. The
use of training programs in the daily work of employees closer to the real professional work which is
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Prevention and early detection of tuberculosis
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This article is about the prevention and early detection of tuberculosis in children and adolescents
Almaty region, Panfilov district.In the group of 59 years, the main focuses are the massive diagnosis
of tuberculosis and improve the methods of detection of primary infection in children.


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Clinical condition at diagnosis
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Using questionnaires to assess the arterial hypertension patients'
adherence to treatment
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adherence. For this aim developed a working questionnaire containing 25 questions.

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This article shows modern complex patients monitoring after coronarangiografy. Reflects
positive effect of medical treatment and domestic methods which provide wellness and upraises
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Ointment Tacrolimus in the treatment of atopic dermatitis
This article summarizes (the main symptoms and results) studies of ointment Tacrolimus
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Ointment "MODERM" In the tYpical treatment
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in the combined treatment of allergic dermatoses
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allergic dermatoses were assessed. Twenty patients with eczema and 20 patients with atopic dermatitis
were followed up. The authors experience has indicated the efficacy and good tolerance of this drug,
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