Findings of immunologic observation of 35 subjects included into Group III of dispensary observation before and after antirecurring treatment with isoniazid and isoniazid in combination with ethymisole are presented. The findings indicate there is inhibition of immune cellular reactions in the above subjects (lower levels of T-suppressors and T-helpers and increased content of O-cells). Unfavorable changes in men are aggravated by suppressing antibody production; higher phagocytic blood activity is also detected. Thus, the antirecurring treatment promoted the normalization of immune reactions.
[The effect of etimizol on the functional status of the blood coagulation systems and fibrinolysis in workers on expedition-duty watches working under the climatic conditions of northern Tyumen Province].
The study was undertaken to reveal the effects of ethymisole on the functional status of blood coagulation and fibrinolytic systems, the body's adaptative reserves of workers from expeditionary-duty teams. Ethymisole was found to normalize the functional status of blood coagulation and fibrinolytic systems, to restore conjunction of their functioning. The use of the drug was ascertained to normalize the activity of lipid peroxidation products, to enhance the adaptative reserves of expeditionary-duty workers by prolonging the resistance phase. It is concluded that ethymisole may be used as an agent that enhances the body's adaptative reserves.