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Działalność społeczna profesora Emila Godlewskiego juniora.
The social activity of professor Emil Godlewski junior.
Arch. Hist. Filoz. Med. 2002: 65 (1) s.1-22, sum.
historia XIX wieku
historia XX wieku
Emil Godlewski Jr. (1875-1944), a professor of embryology at the Faculty of Medicine at the Jagiellonian University of Cracow [UJ] belonged to the group of learned doctors who did scientific research, and at the same time carried out didactic duties and large philanthropic social activity. During the 1 st Word War, he led the Sanitary Section (Prince-Episcopal Committee of Help) and he fought against the contagious illnesses through his activity in both the Sanitary Entities and vaccination group. He continued this work between 1920 and 1921 as a Head Commissary for the Fight against Epidemics. In the period of the 2nd Republic, as a custodian with the authorisation of UJ, he managed the medical-educational institutes (for children suffering from tuberculosis) in Zakopane, Witkowice and Rabka. During 2 nd World War he helped all people both in the Sanitary Section of Polish Red Cross and in the institutes for children. The fact that he was removed from his philanthropic occupations by the German government contributed to his premature death.
The effect of chronic allograft rejection on plasma regulators of fibrinolysis.
Ann. Transplant. 2002: 7 (1) s.44-51, tab., bibliogr. 40 poz.
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dorośli 19-44 r.ż.
dorośli 45-64 r.ż.
Chronic renal allograft rejection is often associated with the presence of fibrin thrombi in the microcirculation. Our purpose was to evaluate the influence of chronic rejection on fibrinolytic regulators in plasma of renal allograft recipients. We evaluated the concentration and activities of tPA, uPA and PAI-I in plasma from kidney allograft recipients. We studied 64 patients who underwent kidney transplantation from cadaveric allograft donors. At the time of the study 38 patients had stable graft function for at least 6 months proceeding the study, and 26 recipients had biopsy-proven chronic rejection of the kidney transplant. Control group included 30 healthy blood donors. In kidney transplant recipients we found significantly higher plasma tPA activity (median: 0.99 IU/ml; range 0-3.8 IU/ml) in comparison to healthy controls (median: 0.15 IU/ml; range: 0-2.8 IU/ml) (p = 0.002) as well as significantly lower plasma PAI-I activity (median: 7.06 U/ml; range 0-33.2 U/ml) in comparison to healthy controls (median: 21.8 U/ml; range: 0-36.7 U/ml), (p = 0,0001). Among transplant recipients, PAI-I plasma activity in recipients with chronic graft rejection (median: 10.16 U/ml; range 0-33.2 U/ml) was significantly higher than in patients with stable graft function (median: 4.83 U/ml; range: 0-22.9 U/ml). In transplant recipients with stable graft function and poorly controlled hypertension we found significantly higher PAI-I plasma activity in comparison to recipients with normal blood pressure (p=0.006). In kidney transplant recipients there was a positive correlation between...
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