Official Journal of the International Academy of Integrative Anthropology
DOI: 10.31393
ISSN 1861-031Х
eISSN 2616-6208
Biomedical and Biosocial
Аnthropology
40, 2020
Scientific peer-reviewed journal in the fields of medicine, biology, anthropology, ecology,
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Aleksandrów Łódzki 2020
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Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology
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CONTENT
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Mishina M. M., Bondarenko O. V. Forms of infectious complications after use of metal foreign bodies
of the auricle and determination of the ability of detected microorganisms to biofilm formation.......................... 5
Pelypenko O. V. Morphological changes in the tissues of the knee joints of rats in carrageenan-induced
experimental arthritis................................................................................................................................... 12
Serheta I. V., Drezhenkova I. L., Panchuk O. Yu., Bandurka N. M., Dmitriev M. O. Peculiarities of
relationships of characteristics of adaptation capabilities of the organism and indicators of motor activity
of students ................................................................................................................................................. 18
Belinskyi A. V., Rasputina L. V., Mostovoy Y. M., Mostova O. P., Danilevych T. D. Cognitive disorders
in patients after cardiac surgery ................................................................................................................... 26
Bagnyuk N. A., Nazarchuk O. A., Babina Y. M., Chornopyshchuk R. M., Kulyk A. V. Antimicrobial
activity of antiseptics in the prevention of postoperative infectious complications ........................................... 33
Kravchuk V. V., Pashkovskiy S. M., Mykhailyk O. P. Strategic directions of implementing a system of
psychophysiological support of professional activity of military pilots............................................................. 37
Kryzhanovska A. V., Sidko I. Y., Shkarupa V. M., Dudar A. O., Gorbatyuk S. M. The prospects of
finding new treatments for acne ................................................................................................................... 42
Obadeh Bassam Abdel-Rahman Al-Qaraleh Skinfold thickness in men with mild and severe psoriasis
without and taking into account the somatotype ........................................................................................... 48
Khmil S. V., Drozdovska Yu. B. Evaluation of the effectiveness of a proposed approach to treat infertility
against the background of uterine leiomyoma, which includes treatment with a releasing hormone agonist,
hysteroresectoscopy or conservative myomectomy, and pre-pregnancy treatment in assisted reproductive
technology programs................................................................................................................................... 54
Halactionova I. V., Iziumets O. I., Korolova N. D., Zhuk K. V., Angelska V. Y. Evaluation of the
effectiveness of early intervention methods in newborns who have suffered hypoxic-ischemic CNS damage .... 60
Forms of infectious complications after use of metal foreign bodies
of the auricle and determination of the ability of detected
microorganisms to biofilm formation
Mishina M. M., Bondarenko O. V.
Kharkiv National Medical University, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Ear or nose are quite vulnerable to foreign bodies. Foreign bodies cause various side
effects in the body. A special ategory consists of foreign bodies that are introduced for
aesthetic purposes, in particular piercing products. Decoration implanted in the tissues
of the ear or nose is a foreign body and is a field of increased contamination and
reproduction of pathogenic and opportunistic microorganisms. The aim of the study
was to determine the infectious forms of complications that occurred after prolonged
use of metal foreign bodies and to study the ability of biofilms by microorganisms
isolated from the pathological contents of the foreign body of the auricle. 93 patients
who applied to the ENT department of Kharkiv Regional Hospital for complications after
implantation of metal foreign bodies and 10 people, control group, which had no foreign
bodies, and were randomly selected from healthy individuals, were examined, to
determine the qualitative composition of the microbiocenosis of the auricle skin. The
material for the study was pathological discharge from a foreign body of the auricle.
The microbiological study was performed using MICRO-LA-TEST identification kits.
Studies of the formation of biofilms were studied by determining the ability of bacterial
strains to adhere to the surface of polystyrene. The obtained cultures were washed with
suspension media individual for each family of bacteria. The optical density of bacterial
suspensions was measured using a microplate reader "MultiskanEX" (type 355).
Statistical analysis of the obtained data was performed using MSExcel, Statisica 10
software. As a result of the conducted researches the dependence between the
development of infectious complications of the auricle in the presence of metal foreign
bodies and the microbiocenosis of the pathological focus was revealed. The study
allowed to establish the structure of the microbial landscape of the skin of the auricle
in the area of the metal foreign body, to determine the dominant forms of complications
of infectious origin, after prolonged use of metal foreign bodies and to study the ability
to form biofilms by microorganisms from different metals. The ability of various types
of microorganisms to form biofilms when using products from different types of metals
has been studied. It is established that the use of metal foreign bodies made of silver
and gold reduces the risk of purulent-inflammatory process. It is proved that the optical
density of biofilms of most microorganisms isolated from the pathological contents of
the area of foreign bodies made of silver and gold is significantly lower than when using
steel and titanium products.
Keywords: microbiocenosis, microorganisms, purulent-inflammatory process, auricle,
complications, foreign bodies, biofilms.
ARTICLE INFO
Received: 23 September 2020
Accepted: 19 October 2020
UDC: 579.262:616.288.71-089.85-06-
002.3-022.7
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR
e-mail: mishina1969mmm@gmail.com
Mishina M. M.
© 2020 Medical centre "Gebrand", Poland
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DOI: 10.31393/bba40-2020-01 Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, №40, Pages 5-11
ISSN 1861-031Х eISSN 2616-6208
BIOMEDICAL AND BIOSOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Official Journal of the International Academy
of Integrative Anthropology
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Introduction
The microbial landscape of the skin of the auricle under
the influence of external factors has changed over time. If
previously the lea