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Bojko Bjelakovic,Ljiljana Pejcic,Lidija Dimitrijevic,Liljana Saranac
Acta Facultatis Medicae Naissensis , 2005,
Abstract: It is well- known that acute cerebrovascular accidents could provokechanges in hemodynamics, function and electrophysiology of the heart.The paper presents the case of a child without previous heart disease,who developed left ventricular dysfunction as well as characteristic ECGchanges in the form of the rhythm of wondering pacemaker and and a giant Twave, coinciding with an acute meningoencephailitis.
Orexitropic Signaling Proteins in Obese Children
Ljiljana Saranac,Bojko Bjelakovic,Hristina Stamenkovic,Borislav Kamenov
The Scientific World Journal , 2007, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2007.218
A Case of Acute Tuberculous Pleuropneumonia in a Patient with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Snezana Zivanovic,Ljiljana Saranac,Gordana Kostic,Vesna Bogicevic
The Scientific World Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2010.52
ECG Changes in 8-Year-Old Boy with Pulmonary Edema after Head Injury
Bojko Bjelakovic,Vladislav Vukomanovic,Ljiljana Saranac,Ivan Stefanovic
The Scientific World Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2006.108
Improving Influenza Vaccination Rates— A Straightforward Task or a Multifaceted Challenge?  [PDF]
Ljiljana Trtica-Majnaric
World Journal of Vaccines (WJV) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/wjv.2013.32010

Annual vaccination with trivalent inactivated vaccines has been proven as safe and efficacious in preventing influenza and its complications. It is recommended especially to the elderly (>65) and other people at high risk for influenza complications and death such as patients with chronic medical conditions. Healthcare workers, who are considered to transmit infection to patients, or reciprocally, can be infected during encounters with patients, are also strongly advised to regularly receive vaccines. In order to improve influenza vaccination rates in countries in Europe, health authorities set targets for vaccination coverage by 2010. Despite the substantial efforts done, coverage rates maintain low. It is considered that informed decisions, based on existing evidence, are likely to cope with improving vaccination rates. Intention of this manuscript is to address some important issues connected with influenza vaccination which, to be able to aid the evidence, need to be further clearified. To support the debate, the author presented some dubious facts from the own practice experiences. As a long-lasting solution to improve vaccination practice strategies, strengthening programed vaccination is suggested. This concept would include implementation of nationwide vaccination protocols and their harmonization by the common logistics, and standardized data collection based on installation of E-health records. This strategy would allow data comparison among different populations. As based on this debate, improving influenza vaccination rates is not likely to be easy to perform straightforward task, but a multifaceted, long term challenge.

Fractal Dimension in Animal Model of Alzheimer’s Dementia  [PDF]
Ljiljana Marta?, Slobodan Sekuli?
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2018.89031
Abstract: The aim of this study was to qualitatively described effect of the oxidative stress, neurotransmission change and the neurodegeneration in animal model of chronic intoxication by aluminum. Electrocortical brain activity of animal model of stress and neurodegeneration is comparable with Alzheimer’s Dementia (AD). We used adult animals, during 6 weeks intraperitoneally treated with aluminum. Both animals and patients with Alzheimer’s Dementia have increased relative spectral power in delta range. By fractal analysis we described changes in electrocortical activity of aluminum intoxication animals compare to physiological control. We used change in delta range to calculate fractal dimension for the pathophysiological state of disease. We evaluate effect of stress and neurodegeneration, oxidative stress and accumulation of beta amyloid and neurofibrillary tangles as change in fractal dimension (FD). We conclude that change in fractal dimension could be used for prognosis of AD. Results show that decrease in fractal dimension could be used for evaluation of changes in neural activity in occurrence of AD.
The therapeutic efficacy of propranolol in children with recurrent primary epistaxis
Bjelakovic B,Bojanovic M,Lukic S,Saranac L
Drug Design, Development and Therapy , 2013,
Abstract: Bojko Bjelakovic,1,2 Mila Bojanovic,2,3 Stevo Lukic,2,4 Ljiljana Saranac,1,2 Vladislav Vukomanovic,5,6 Sergej Prijic,5 Nikola Zivkovic,7 Dusica Randjelovic11Clinic of Pediatrics, Clinical Center, Nis, Serbia; 2Faculty of Medicine, University of Nis, Nis, Serbia; 3Clinic of Otorhinolaryngology, Clinical Center, Nis, Serbia; 4Clinic of Neurology, Clinical Center, Nis, Serbia; 5Mother and Child Health Institute, "Dr Vukan Cupic", Belgrade, Serbia; 6Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia; 7Institute of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Nis, Nis, SerbiaAbstract: We hypothesized that some characteristics of beta-blockers, including negative inotropic, peripheral vasoconstrictor, and antiangiogenic effects, might be potentially useful in treating children with epistaxis. From June 2010 to March 2012, a total of seven children with recurrent primary epistaxis resistant to conventional management were observed at our institution. An overall effectiveness of propranolol was noted in all seven children when given a dose of 1.5–2 mg/kg/day (divided into three doses) as a second line therapy for terminating epistaxis. Based on our first experience, we believe that propranolol could be a favorable treatment option for patients with primary epistaxis.Keywords: beta-blocker, epistaxis, children
Causality and stochastic realization
Ljiljana Petrovi
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 2005, DOI: 10.1155/ijmms.2005.349
Abstract: We consider a problem (that follows directly from realization problem) on finding Markovian representations for a given family of Hilbert spaces such that each of these two families provides exactly the same amount of information about some other family of Hilbert spaces.
Stories about the truth and tolerance: The creators and the created
Gavrilovi? Ljiljana
Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta SANU , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/gei0701029g
Abstract: This work discusses creationism as a new form of religious fundamentalism, which is attacking not only modern science but also the foundations of secularism in Europe, America and almost the whole world, as well as how creationism is using the mechanisms of secular society/state, first of all museums and science in order to strengthen its influence. At the same time a question is posed how much literally understood principles of general tolerance and democracy can subvert the existence of secular and multicultural society in which they arose.
Univerzalizacija holokausta na primjeru hrvatske politike pro losti i spomen-podru ja Jasenovac
Ljiljana Radoni?
Suvremene Teme : Contemporary Issues , 2010,
Abstract: Posljednjih godina u Europi raste broj interdisciplinarnih studija o kolektivnom pam enju, posebno u vezi s holokaustom. Ovaj lanak se bavi novijim trendovima univerzalizacije i europeizacije holokausta kao negativnog mita o novoosnovanoj Europi nakon 1945. godine. Druga strana tog razvoja je njihov napet odnos prema novim postsocijalisti kim naracijama u isto noj i jugoisto noj Europi. Te fenomene analizirati u na hrvatskom primjeru. Nakon kratkog pregleda politike pro losti u Hrvatskoj nakon 1990. godine lanak se u drugom dijelu posve uje ultramodernom postavu u spomen-podru ju Jasenovac, otvorenom 2006. godine. U sredi tu analize stoji pitanje postoje li europski standardi sje anja“ te koje rezultate donosi novi fokus na individualne rtve u memorijalnim muzejima.
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