2016

 

CONTENT

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Plenary presentations

Trends in medical technology and BME education PALLIKARAKIS N.

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Importance of implementation of a system for evaluation of medical technologies CORCIOVA C.

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Evolution of health technology management in Republic of Moldova SONTEA V.; MORGOCI S.

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International aspects of education in the framework of pay for performance (p4p) in health care ENGELBRECHT R.

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Development and certification of medical devices - standardization in the medical devices technology MURGULESCU M.

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Challenges of managing health technologies in the IoT MAGJAREVIC R.

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Nanotechnology and its applications in medicine LUPAN O.

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Section - S1. Health technology management. Biomedical education

Nationwide Medical Device inventory. What to focus on MALATARAS P.; KAMARIANAKIS Z;. DERMITZAKIS A.; PALLIKARAKIS N.

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Patient safety and medical device maintenence CIORAP R.; ANDRITOI D.; LUCA C.; CORCIOVA C.

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Project for improving Medical Device Management in the republic of Moldova GORCEAG G.; UMEMIYA Y.; KANEKO A.; YOSHINO H.; TATENO K.; STRATAN C.

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Development of information systems to support Health Technology Management IONESII L.; MORGOCI S.

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FDA’s MAUDE data and its contribution to medical technology assessment and patient safety MALATARAS P.; PALLIKARAKIS N.

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Synergy of ENA-BME and MEDIS projects for biomedical engineering education ORLOV A. T.; SULEMA Y. S.

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Perspectives of machine learning applications in near future diagnostics SERYAKOV A.

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Efficiency of medical devices in hospital management PISLARU C.; GLADUN S.; SONTEA V.

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Creating teaching materials to ensure the educational process within the biomedical engineering master’s program: the textbook of physiology and functional anatomy VOVC V.; LOZOVANU S.; GANENCO A.; ZAHARIA D.; SONTEA V.

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Students club of healthy life of Medical Engineering Faculty NTU KPI YATSENKO V. P.; YATSENKO E. V.; FURDYGA K.V.

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Section - S2. Medical equipment design, development, modelling and applications

Using impedance plethysmography to measure arterial perfusion CORCIOVA C.; CIORAP R.; MATEI D.; CORCIOVA F.

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Devices and tehnologies for therapy with bactericidal UV NICA Iu.; CEBOTARI V.; POGORELISCHI L.

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Therapeutic hypothermia COJOCARU V.; DANIEL V.

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Relationship of the phase and amplitude parameters with anisotropy of Muller-matrix invariants USHENKO Yu. O.; DUBOLAZOV A. V.; USHENKO V.; O. PIDKAMIN L.; SAKHNOVSKY M. Yu.

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In silico study of sulforaphane interaction with LasR of P. aeruginosa TIRATSUYAN S. G.; ANTONYAN T. N.

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Peculiarities of the dynamics of the atom-molecular conversion stimulated by Gauss pulses ZINGAN A. P.; KHADZHI P. I.; KRUKOVSKII A. P.

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Guiding of endothelial cells targeted with semiconductor material nanoparticles BRANISTE T.;TIGINYANU I.; HORVATH T.; RAEVSCHI S.; GRIDENCO O.; CEBOTARI S.; HILFIKER A.

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Light-induced motion of microengines based on microarrays of TiO2 nanotubes CIOBANU V.; GUIX M.; ENACHI M.; POSTOLACHE V.; FOMIN V. M.; SCHMIDT O. G.; TIGINYANU I.

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Antitumor activities of polyoxotungstates GUTUL T.; DIMOGLO A.; KORKMAZ S.; MIRZAC A.

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Nonlinear dynamics of dipolaritonic optical parametric oscillator KHADZHI P. I.; VASILIEVA O. F.; BELOUSOV I. V.

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Thomosynthesis parameters tune-up MIROSHNYCHENKO S.; MOTOLYHA O.; NEVGASYMYI A.; SENCHUROV S.; ZABASHTA Y.

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Computer analysis of the conductivity of biomaterials in bioactive points which exposed by linearly varying voltage MUHATAEV Y. B.; SURZHIKOVA S.E.; FILIST S. A.; SHATALOVA O. V.; TOMAKOVA R. A.; EMELYANOV E. G.

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Spatial-frequency polarimetry in diagnostics of pathologilal changes in biological objects DUBOLAZOV A. V.; USHENKO V. O;. OLAR O. V.; SOLTYS I. V.

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Matrix methods in differentiation of fibrillar networks of biological tissues with different phase and amplitude anisotropy USHENKO Yu. O.; DUBOLAZOV A.V.; USHENKO V. O.; GORSKY M. P.; ZHYTARYUK V. P.

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Wireless charged lower esophageal sphincter stimulator VIDIBORSCHII V. L.

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Device for spatial orientation determining of the sensor position in medicine BARDYSHEV A. A.; VERBITSKII V. S.

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Coherent excitation of bio- molecules in three level resonance with two standing waves and its connections with Raman coherent scattering microscopy BAZGAN S.

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Section - S3. Clinical engineering and information technology

Simulations in medicine through participants’ opinions COSPORMAC V.; PETROV V.

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Information-measuring system for protection of vital processes of human being ROZORINOV H. N.; CHICHICALO N. I.

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Software sistems for psychiatric disorders and behavior fighting in epilepsy POPOV A. P.; BUTNARU M.; CAPATANA G. G.; CAPATANA A. G.

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Telemedicine in cardiovascular emergency care MELNICOV V.

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Medical image database management system kernel with image retrieval capabilities CORNITA V.; STRUNGARU R.; PASCA S.

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Labeling methods in medical imaging ANDRUSEAC G. G.; PĂSĂRICĂ A.; ADOCHIEI I. R.; JULA N.; ADOCHIEI F. C.

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Application of diffraction gratings for phase imaging enhancement in digital holographic microscopy MESHALKIN A.; CAZAC V.; ACHIMOVA E.; ABASHKIN V.; SHEVKUNOV I.; KATKOVNIK V.

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Studying diabetes using graph databases GRUIA L.; PAȘCA S.

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Improvement of scoring interpretation in liver cirrhosis assessment by duplex ultrasound SECRIERU Iu.; TAMBALA C.; MACARI D.; NASTASIU A.

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Organism adaptation in the informational epoch SCRIPNIC V.; CHURILOV L. P.; COBEŢ V.; FEDAȘ V.

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Impact of mobile phone on health TIHON A.

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Proposed segmentation algorithm for mri brain tumor images ABDULRAQEB A. R.; SUSHKOVA L. T.

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Modeling in reconstructive facial surgery OSIPOVICH V. S.; DUDZICH O. N.; DIK S. K.; NIKOLAEV A. U.; YASHIN K. D.

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Information system for archival medical images automated processing SULEMA Y. S.; SHKURAT O. S.

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A integral indicator for evaluating the occupational environment factors GARBUZ A.; TAFUNI O.; TIHON A.

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Section - S4. New medical technologies and devices

Microwell preparation for biomedical experiments DADUNASHVILI S. A.

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Acetone sensor structure for biomedical applications ABABII N.; POSTICA V.; CRETU V.; LAZARI E.; SONTEA V.; LUPAN O.

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Vaporization technology as a safe method of medical cannabis delivery GROSU S.

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About physical transformers to create toxicity biosensors ORLOV А. Т.; MАКSIMCHUK N. V.; SPIVAK V. М.; MESHANINOV S. К.

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Surgery of tibial pillar fractures GOIAN V.; COŞPORMAC I.; TULBURE V.; BELOUS A.; SOLCANU A.

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Gas sensor performances of α-MoO3 belts nanostructured with Pd CRETU V.; POSTICA V.; ABABII N.; TROFIM V.; RAILEAN S.; LUPAN O.

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Polarization sensible devices based on birefringent crystals SYRBU N. N.; DOROGAN A. V.; STAMOV I. G.; DOROGAN V. V.

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Environmental impact of silver iodide used for active influences on atmospheric processes POTAPOV E. I.; ZASAVITSKY E. A.

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A method of pre-sowing magnetic treatment of dry seeds SIDORENKO A.; SHIBAEVA I.; SHIBAEV A.

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On the growth mechanism of living organisms MIRONOV B. S.

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The handheld device for studying skin reaction to light POCROPIVNII A. V.; VERBITSKII V. S.

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Section - S5. Radiology and radiation protection

Quality management of medical imaging service in the Republic of Moldova ROTARU N.; PUNGA J.; CODREANU I.

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Contribution of international cooperation in strengthening radiation safety in Moldova BUZDUGAN Ar.; RAILEAN S.; SANDBERG V.; SIDORENCU A.; SONTEA V.; VASILEVA N.;

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Cytogenetic and immunologic technologies for radiation dose assessment CORETCHI L.

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New instrumental method for research of human personal sensitivity to a weak microwave exposure PERSHENKOV V.; SIMAKOV A.; ONISHCHENKO E.; GURKOVSKIY B.; BUTUZOV V.; BOCHAROV Yu.; VODOKHLEBOV I.; SHALTAEVA Y.

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The Coulomb repulsion accounting procedure integrated on portable IMS SHALTAEVA Y.; BELYAKOV V.; PERSHENKOV V.; GOLOVIN A.; GURKOVSKIY B.; BUTUZOV V.

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Diagnostic value of magnetic resonance imaging in assessing disease extent in cervical cancer CEALAN A.

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The role of magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of patients with low back pain and lumbosacral radicular syndrome SEU V.

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Evaluation of patients with breast implants by ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging GUVIR D.

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Eos x-ray imaging system: one of the latest technology advancements available in the Republic of Moldova FRUMUSACHI O.

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Detection and characterization of traumatic injuries for forensic evaluation by radiographic imaging TERTISNII L.

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Technological advances in forensic evaluation of traumatic injuries: 3d/cad photogrammetry merged with 3d radiological scanning TERTISNII L.

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Role of cyber security along with nuclear and radiological safety in medicine BUZDUGAN Au.

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Diffusion-weighted images and PET / CT in the diagnosis of cancer of the abdominal cavity SOKOLOV V. N.; SITNIKOVA E. S.

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Section - S6. Innovations in biomedical engineering

In-silico study of the interaction of LasR with ligands HUNANYAN L. S.; GRABSKI H. V.; TIRATSUYAN S. G.

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Effect of plants’ extracts on rat liver against CCL4 intoxication VARDAPETYAN H. R.; KAZARYAN Sh. A.; GASPARYAN G. G.

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Dental soft tissues – as a sourse of stem cells for regenerative medicine SAMSON S.; NACU V.; BURLACU V.

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Treatment of burns by tissue-engineering MALCOVA T.; CIRIMPEI O.; TARAN A.; CAPROS N.; NACU V.

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Immunohistochemical characteristic of cellular and humoral immunity and preimmune factors in chronic tonsillitis in children DANILOV L.; ABABII I.; MANIUC M.; SAPTEFRATI L.; DAVID V.; FULGA V.; BOCAN A.

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Collagen - modified chitosan hydrogels for primary dermal fibroblast encapsulation and application in soft tissue regeneration RACHITA O. E.; LUCA A.; VERESTIUC L.; BUTNARU M.;

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Tympanometry in children with recurrent somatic pathology DIACOVA S.; CHIABURU A.; CHIRTOCA D.; REVENCO N.; CULESIN T.; CELAC L. DIACOVA-SOSNOWSKA O.; DESVIGNES Veronique

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The results of demineralization of bone grafts COSCIUG S.; COBZAC V.; POCAZNOI I.; NACU, V.

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Psychophysiological traits evaluated during hyperventilation test in affective disorder patients LOZOVANU S.; BESLEAGA T.; VOVC V.; MOLDOVANU I.; GANENCO A.

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Section - S7. Biomaterials and nanotechnologies in medicine

Nanocrystalline zinc oxide tetrapods with enhanced antibacterial activity SUKHODUB L. F.; SUKHODUB L. B.; LUPAN O. I.; SONTEA V. P.; MISHRA Y. K.; ADELUNG R.

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Biofunctionalized nanocomposites based on magnetite and chitosan for medical applications VERESTIUC L.; BALAN V.; BUTNARU M.; ZAHARIA D.

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Hollow silicon microstructures for biomedical applications POSTICA V.; HÖLKEN I.; BUMKE L.; BAUM M.; ABABII N.; LUPAN O.; ADELUNG R.

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Effective optical decontamination and manipulation of viruses and bacteria using meta-materials ENAKI N. A.; MIHAILESCU I.

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The acute toxicity of the silver nanoparticles SCUTARI C. D.; GONCIAR V. I.; CEKMAN I. S.

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Biocidal copper impregnated cotton MIRGOROD Yu. A.; EMELYNOV S. G.; DMITRIEVA O. S.; MASLOBROD S. N.

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Fe3O4 nanoparticles synthesis and their antibacterial activity VARDAPETYAN H. R.; KAZARYAN Sh. A.; RSHTUNI L. R.

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The use of magnetic micro - and nanowires for hypertermia BARANOV S. A.; DIKUSAR A. I.; YALTYCHENKO O. V.; KANAROVSKII E.; Yu. CODESCU M.

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Middle ear changes in function of tonsillar microbial flora DIACOVA S.; ABABII L.; DANILOV L, MANIUC M.; ABABII P.; DIACOVA-SOSNOWSKA O.; TIMBALARI E.

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Characterization of the dissolution of functional organic compounds on europium base BORDIAN O.; VERLAN V.; CULEAC I.; ZUBAREVA V.

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The interfaces of bismuth-antymony bicrystals: potential applications of devices based on them MUNTYANU F. M.; GILEWSKI A.; ZALESKI A. J.; CHISTOL V.; ROGACKI K.

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Recent Submissions

  • ENAKI, N. A.; MIHAILESCU, I. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    This report proposes a method of decontamination using meta materials consisting of microspheres and fiber optics structures with various geometries. The proposed method secures a substantial gain in the decontamination ...
  • GROSU, S. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Nowadays medical cannabis is accepted and prescribed in many countries of the world, while other countries consider legalizing the use under doctors' surveillance. The conditions for which medical cannabis is indicated ...
  • SECRIERU, Iu.; TAMBALA, C.; MACARI, D.; NASTASIU, A. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Early diagnosis and appropriate management of chronic liver diseases can certainly improve the prognosis and life expectancy of patients. Liver cirrhosis is the final stage of chronic liver diseases and usually is complicated ...
  • MELNICOV, V. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Cardiology is a very promising field in telemedicine. Cardiovascular disease is one of the leading cause of death around the world with a growing number of hospitalizations and health-care costs every year. In pacients ...
  • MUHATAEV, Y.B.; SURZHIKOVA, S.E.; FILIST, S.A.; SHATALOVA, O.V.; TOMAKOVA, R.A.; EMELYANOV, E.G. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    In this paper we propose a model of bioimpedance in anomalous zones of conductivity (BAZC). We considrered two conductivity control loops of biomaterial.The first loops is connected to the reversible dielectric breakdown ...
  • BORDIAN, O.; VERLAN, V.; CULEAC, I.; ZUBAREVA, V. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Organic compounds (OC) Eu(TTA)3H2O, Eu(TTA)3Phen, Eu(DBM)3Phen, Eu(TTA)3(Ph3PO)2, Eu(TTA)2(Ph3PO)2NO3, Eu(o-MBA)3Phen coordinated with active acceptor (TTA, DBM and o-MBA) and neutral (H2O, Phen, Ph3PO, and NO3) ligands ...
  • DIACOVA, S.; ABABII, L.; DANILOV L.; MANIUC, M.; ABABII, P.; DIACOVA-SOSNOWSKA, O.; TIMBALARI, E. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    The aim of our study was to analyze the correlations between pharyngeal bacterial flora and middle ear (ME) changes in children with otitis media (OM). A total of 259 children at the age of 3 – 4 years with OM were involved ...
  • BARANOV, S. A.; DIKUSAR, A. I.; YALTYCHENKO, O. V.; KANAROVSKII, E. Yu.; CODESCU, M. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    It is known that a cast amorphous micro - and nanowire in glass encapsulation (coated) (CAMNWGC) with positive magnetostriction possesses a rectangular hysteresis loop and its magnetization is reversed by a large Barkhausen ...
  • VARDAPETYAN, H.R.; KAZARYAN, Sh.A.; RSHTUNI, L.R. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Antibiotic resistance is one of the well-known phenomenon in public health which is increased due to human misuse and neglect. At the same time antibiotic resistance has become a serious problem with economic and social ...
  • MIRGOROD, Yu.A.; EMELYNOV, S.G.; DMITRIEVA, O. S.; MASLOBROD, S.N. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Contaminated textiles in hospitals contribute to endogenous, indirect-contact, and aerosol trans-mission of nosocomial related pathogens. Copper impregnated cotton have wide-spectrum anti-microbial, antifungal, and antiviral ...
  • SCUTARI, C. D.; GONCIAR, V. I.; CEKMAN, I.S. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Nowadays, the silver nanoparticles are used as antibacterial/ antifungal/ antiviral/ anti-inflammatory agents in biotechnology and bioengineering, textile and electronic engineering, bio-sensing, food industry, paints, ...
  • VERESTIUC, L.; BALAN, V.; BUTNARU, M.; ZAHARIA, D. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Nanometer-sized particles have optical, magnetic, chemical and structural properties that set them apart from bulk solids and control the applications in nanomedicine [1]. Highlights key themes for nanomedicine refer to: ...
  • LOZOVANU, S.; BESLEAGA, T.; VOVC, V.; MOLDOVANU, I.; GANENCO, A. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Hyperventilation is an important pathogenic factor in anxiety disorders as well as in affective disorders [1]. It seems to provide symptoms by its metabolic and anxiogenic effects. We evaluated the relationships between ...
  • DIACOVA, S.; CHIABURU, A.; CHIRTOCA, D.; REVENCO, N.; CULESIN, T.; CELAC, L.; DIACOVA-SOSNOWSKA, O.; DESVIGNES, Veronique (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Tympanometry as an objective and noninvasive method of middle ear examination is used for diagnostics of otitis media, dysfunction of the Eustachian tube, etc. Is it adequate and precise for differential diagnostics of ...
  • RACHITA, O.E.; LUCA, A.; VERESTIUC, L.; BUTNARU, M. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Obtaining tissue engineered products assumes translating the in vivo into in vitro by combining natural with synthetic or modified materials. One approach refers to cell encapsulation into hydrogels that are able to mimic ...
  • DANILOV, L.; ABABII, I.; MANIUC, M.; SAPTEFRATI, L.; DAVID, V.; FULGA, V.; BOCAN, A. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    In order to exclude errors in choosing the treatment strategy in case of chronic tonsillitis it needs to develop new contemporary diagnostic and prognostic criteria. [1, 2] The purpose of our research was to determine ...
  • MALCOVA, T.; CIRIMPEI, O.; TARAN, A.; CAPROS, N.; NACU, V. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Burns remain a prevalent and burdensome critical care problem. In Republic of Moldova frequency of thermal trauma is 52,5 in adults and 78,2 in children cases per 100,000 population, with a significant decrease in recent ...
  • SAMSON, S.; NACU, V.; BURLACU, V. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Regenerative medicine based on cell therapy and tissue engineering is an emerging multidisciplinary field involving molecular and cellular biology, medicine, physics, materials science and genetics. Stem cells are distinguished ...
  • VARDAPETYAN, H.R.; KAZARYAN, Sh.A.; GASPARYAN, G.G. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    Flavonoids are plant secondary compounds that represent a low molecular polyphenols. They have broad spectrum of biological activity, demonstrating immune modulating, anti-inflammatory, anti-asthma, -cancer and other ...
  • HUNANYAN, L. S.; GRABSKI, H. V.; TIRATSUYAN, S. G. (Tehnica UTM, 2016)
    In recent years, following the adoption of using various natural resources as harmless therapeutics compounds, plants widely known for the content of secondary metabolites such as flavonoids with antimicrobial activity, ...

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