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Individual and psychological features of persons at invalidiziruyushchy diseases
Nailya Ismailova
Koncept : Scientific and Methodological e-magazine , 2013,
Abstract: In article individual and psychological features of men and the women having invalidiziruyushchy diseases are considered. The author suggests to consider parameters of intelligence of life, pseudo-compensation, personal properties under individual and psychological features.
La tradición culinaria rusa en las novelas de Nabokov
Nailya Garipova
Oceánide , 2013,
Abstract: According to Stegner (1967: 21), Nabokov is one of the masters of the contemporary literature. The Russian culture determines the interpretation of Nabokov’s novels since they clearly require an initiated reader (Ross, 1979: 391; Tammi, 1985: 244; Barreras Gómez, 2005: 121). In the Nabokov’s works, the Russian traditional food is a varied and highly functional element that stands out from other cultural components. Besides, Nabokov considers the Russian food as an essential part of the daily life of his mother country. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the influence of the Russian traditional food in Nabokov’s novels. In our research, we identify the most representative national dishes, traditional kitchen utensils, as well as some food-related traditions and customs, considering its functions in the novels. We discuss the Russian food as a highly productive linguistic and intertextual resource. Nabokov creates puns and new words and draws intertextual connection with the Russian literature. The paper also pays attention to the methods Nabokov uses to introduce the Russian food in his novels.
An Integrated Approach to Rapid Diagnosis of Tuberculosis and Multidrug Resistance Using Liquid Culture and Molecular Methods in Russia
Yanina Balabanova, Francis Drobniewski, Vladyslav Nikolayevskyy, Annika Kruuner, Nadezhda Malomanova, Tatyana Simak, Nailya Ilyina, Svetlana Zakharova, Natalya Lebedeva, Heather L. Alexander, Rick O'Brien, Hojoon Sohn, Anastasia Shakhmistova, Ivan Fedorin
PLOS ONE , 2009, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0007129
Abstract: Objective To analyse the feasibility, cost and performance of rapid tuberculosis (TB) molecular and culture systems, in a high multidrug-resistant TB (MDR TB) middle-income region (Samara, Russia) and provide evidence for WHO policy change. Methods Performance and cost evaluation was conducted to compare the BACTEC? MGIT? 960 system for culture and drug susceptibility testing (DST) and molecular systems for TB diagnosis, resistance to isoniazid and rifampin, and MDR TB identification compared to conventional Lowenstein-Jensen culture assays. Findings 698 consecutive patients (2487 sputum samples) with risk factors for drug-resistant tuberculosis were recruited. Overall M. tuberculosis complex culture positivity rates were 31.6% (787/2487) in MGIT and 27.1% (675/2487) in LJ (90.5% and 83.2% for smear-positive specimens). In total, 809 cultures of M. tuberculosis complex were isolated by any method. Median time to detection was 14 days for MGIT and 36 days for LJ (10 and 33 days for smear positive specimens) and indirect DST in MGIT took 9 days compared to 21 days on LJ. There was good concordance between DST on LJ and MGIT (96.8% for rifampin and 95.6% for isoniazid). Both molecular hybridization assay results correlated well with MGIT DST results, although molecular assays generally yielded higher rates of resistance (by approximately 3% for both isoniazid and rifampin). Conclusion With effective planning and logistics, the MGIT 960 and molecular based methodologies can be successfully introduced into a reference laboratory setting in a middle incidence country. High rates of MDR TB in the Russian Federation make the introduction of such assays particularly useful.
Spectroscopic Investigation of the Complex Formation of Niobium Using 2,6-Dithiolphenol and Aminophenols  [PDF]
Kerim A. Kuliyev, Nailya A. Verdizadeh
American Journal of Analytical Chemistry (AJAC) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajac.2015.69071
Abstract: A new, simple, precise, selective and sensitive method for the extraction and spectrophotometric determination of niobium has been described. Mixed-ligand complexes of Niobium (V) with 2,6-dithiolphenol (DTP) and aminophenols (AP) have been studied by spectrophotometry. Extraction of mixed-ligand complexes is maximal at pH 3.6 - 5.0. The optimal conditions for the formation and extraction of mixed-ligand compounds have been found. The molar ratio of the reacting species was 1:2:2 (Nb:DTP:AP). The Beer’s law was applicable in the range of 0.05 - 4.0 μg/ml. The method is free from common interferences. A procedure has been developed for extraction-spectrophotometric determination of Niobium in steel.
Philology students training to conduct school leaving examinations
Nailya Sh. Sifutdinova
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: The article examines crucial issues, concerned with schoolchildren preparation to pass school leaving examinations and students preparation to practice-teach in 9 grades in aspect of preparation for State Final Examination.
Future teachers’ training improvement: preparation for unified state examination as methodological problem
Nailya Sh. Sifutdinova
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: The article deals with crucial methodological problem of students’ preparation towards work in comprehensive school from an aspect of imparting knowledge and skills to schoolchildren, necessary for passing Unified State Examination in Russian language.
Students’ Individual Work as a Means of Self-education
Nailya Sh. Saifutdinova
European Journal of Contemporary Education , 2012,
Abstract: Modern society demands training of the personnel, ready for constant knowledge and skills acquisition, capable for self-education, self-improvement, that is why students should acquire readiness to self-education in the course of training at high educational institution. Students’ individual work plays a key role in this process. It can be improved by a special course.
Fluvoxamine in Treatment of Depression in Russian Patients: An Open-Label, Uncontrolled and Non-Randomized Multicenter Observational Study  [PDF]
Anatoly Boleslavovich Smulevich, Natalia Alekseevna Ilyina, Victoria Valentinovna Chitlova
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2015.54036
Abstract: Background: Fluvoxamine, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor is widely used in the treatment of depression, one of the most common disorders prevalent in Russia. However, studies demonstrating its efficacy and safety in routine settings in Russia are scarce. Methods: This prospective, uncontrolled, open-label study was conducted at 11 centers in Russia. Total 293 patients (aged ≥ 18 years), meeting DSM-IV criteria for depression and scoring ≥ 17 on 17-item Hamilton Rating Scale of Depression (HAMD-17) received fluvoxamine 50 - 300 mg for 6 weeks. Primary efficacy measures included change from baseline in the HAMD-17 and Clinical Global Impression (CGI) scores. Secondary efficacy measure was evaluation of sleep quality changes on HAMD-17 subscale. Safety was assessed by monitoring of adverse drug reactions (ADRs). Results: Mean age of patients was 42.7 years and the majority of them were women (72%). At the end of treatment (day 42), clinically significant reduction was observed in mean HAMD-17, CGI-severity of illness and HAMD-17 sleep sub-score from 23.1, 4.5 and 3.9 at baseline to day 42; change from baseline (Δ) was: Δ-17.3 [95% CI: -18.0; -16.7]), Δ-2.1 and Δ-3.4 [95% CI: -3.53; -3.20]), respectively. At day 42, 20.8% patients reported as normal (not at all ill) on the CGI-severity scale and 85% patients reported as “much improved” or “very much improved” on the CGI-change in severity and quality of life scores. Nausea (12.6%) and somnolence (5.1%) were the most frequently reported ADRs. No deaths or serious ADRs were reported but eight patients discontinued treatment due to ADRs. Conclusion: Treatment with fluvoxamine under routine settings showed marked improvement in Russian patients with depression as measured by HAMD-17 and CGI ratings and was thus efficacious as well as safe and well-tolerated.
Nature protection measures when mineral deposits development
Nailya S. Tazhetdinova,Mikhail M. Iolin
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: The Astrakhan Region has a diverse and significant in terms of natural resources and raw materials that make up a solid foundation for successful development of most sectors of industrial production. It is noted weak stability in the region geocomplexes already existing environmental pressures make it essential to cleaner production. On the example of five mineral deposits are of universal conservation measures aimed at reducing the negative impacts on all environmental components in their design.
The Detection of Partial Albinism at Three Species of Bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) in European Part of Russia  [PDF]
Dmitriy G. Smirnov, Vladimir P. Vekhnik, Nailya M. Kurmaeva, Farid Z. Baishev
Open Journal of Animal Sciences (OJAS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojas.2014.45037
Abstract: The first time for the territory of European Russia describes the cases of catching bats with signs of albinism. This article describes the detection of three species of bats with partial albinism in European part of Russia. There are four animal units of Eptesicus serotinus turcomanus that are stored in Penza State University. They were procured in Astrahan region in 1992 and in 1996. One more animal was found in Volgograd region in 2004. All these animals have white spots of different size and shape on their abdominal part of body. In 2012 it was caught a young female of Pipistrellus nathusii in Samarskaya Luka (Samara region) and in 2013 the scientists found a mature female of Myotis mystacinus. Both animals had a light-colored fur, red eyes and with almost white ears. Moreover, they had pale-pink noses and extremities.
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