Average Plasma Molecular Weight State in Viral Maxillary Sinusitis

Zarema N. Lovpchae, Valentina A. Karanasheva, Madina Kh. Tlakadugova, Azamat I. Sardiyanov and Muslim Kh. Dadaev

The article presents the results of blood analysis of patients with post-influenza maxillary in order to reveal the dependence on the stage, severity and nature of the disease and to reveal the clinical and laboratory significance of determining the level of medium mass molecules at the specified nosology and accumulation of medium mass molecules in the blood. V.V. Nikolaychik screening method modified by Gabrilovich was used in examination of 56 patients aged 15-91 with post-influenza maxillary sinusitis. In patients with intoxication syndrome, a reliably increased MSM level was found, which was 1.60±0.03 c.u.; in patients without evident manifestations of intoxication plasma MSM level was significantly lower (p<0.05), 1.33±0.02 c.u. A weak linear correlation (r=0.17-0.23) was found between plasma MSM concentration and the stage and severity of the disease; a moderate linear correlation (r=0.49) was between plasma MSM content and endotoxicosis. Based on the obtained results, the conclusion was made that in post-influenza maxillary sinusitis significant increase of the average plasma mass molecules concentration in the acute period of the disease occurs with a subsequent parallel decrease in parallel prolonged dynamics. Changes in the level of middle-mass molecules were also revealed depending on the etiology, stage, severity and nature of the disease and on the presence of intoxication syndrome.

Volume 12 | 07-Special Issue

Pages: 127-132

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP7/20202090