Vol 3, No 3 (2017)

ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS
FORENSIC MEDICAL EVALUATION OF TOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ETHANOL AMONG CHILDREN
Klevno V.A., Maksimov A.V., Kononov R.V., Krupina N.A.
Abstract
This article contains brief literature review of Russian and foreign literature dedicated to problem of toxicological effects of ethanol among children, statistical data and autopsy results of children with ethanol in blood samples, results of forensic chemical and chemical-toxicological investigation of biological fluids samples from children and teenagers from 0 to 17 in Bureau of Forensic Medicine of Moscow Region during the period from 2003 to 2017.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):4-12
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INTENSIFICATION ELEMENTS OF THE PROCESS OF FORENSIC CASES OF MEDICAL PRACTICE
Kulikov S.N.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the problem of forensic organization in the Russian public health service taking place in the juridical process, the subject matter of which are the conflict cases in the medical service policy. It is suggested and probed in the expert practice the form of the structuring of the research partof forensic examination on the materials of the «medical cases’ which intensifies the expert process. It is proposed to add to the discussed problem the innovational statements to the appropriate paragraph of the Russian public health service, governing such aspect of the forensic examination.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):13-17
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MODELING OF STAB INJURIES BY THE METHOD OF FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
Kislov M.A.
Abstract
The article discusses the use of mathematical modeling by the finite element method to predict the destruction of the flat bones, when exposed to a bladed weapon for introduction and extraction of the blade of the knife into the bone. The simulation showed that the concentration of equivalent stress on top depends on the magnitude of the applied forces, and clearly corresponds to the simulated tilt of the blade, which is fully confirmed by the data obtained in the macroscopic study of stab injuries of the flat bones.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):18-24
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FORENSIC MEDICAL AND MEDICO-SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SUICIDES IN WORKPLACES
Zykov V.V., Mal’tsev A.E., Sheshunov I.V.
Abstract
Research objective was the analysis of suicides in the Kirov region in workplaces. The volume of researches has been presented by the 880 questionnaires which were collected by poll of their relatives. Suicides have happened on the territory of the Kirov region in 2006–2012. The analysis has shown that annually in the Kirov region about 2% of complete suicides have been committed in workplaces. Suicides in workplaces have been noted only among men. Major factors of risk of suicides in workplaces were: professions of physical work, a male, low educational level, age of 50–59 years, time of day from 6 to 12 o’clock, existence of the conflicts at work, somatic diseases and alcoholism.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):25-28
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FORENSIC PRACTICAL APPLYING OF MEDICAL CRITERIA FOR VISION LOSS
Grigor’eva E.N.
Abstract
In this article was generalized experience of application of medical criteria of vision loss in forensic practice in Bureau of Forensic Medicine of Moscow Region.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):29-31
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HEART RHYTHM DISORDERS OF BUTANE INHALATION
Tarkhnishvili G.S.
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Due to the widespread spread of smoking and accessories for it, adolescents in the world and our country inhalate gas for refueling lighters (butane), this phenomenon is called «sniffing». Under the influence of butane there are cases of sudden death, often associated with physical exertion. Butane is an inhalant drug that sensitizes the myocardium to the arrhythmogenic effects of catecholamines. In experiments on rats with the inhalation of butane, the arrhythmogenic and ischemic effects were shown.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):32-35
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PROFESSIONAL REVIEW
METHODS OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN FORENSIC MEDICINE (THE CURRENT ISSUE)
Popov V.A., Samchuk V.V.
Abstract
The article provides an overview of methods three-dimensional and mathematical modeling, successfully used since the beginning of 2000-ies at the present time in forensic medicine. Described the basic hardware and software, which creates three-dimensional models are standard objects of study within forensic medicine. The authors noted region and prospects of application of the described methods.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):36-39
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DISCUSSION
DEFECTS FOR REGISTRATION OF MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION – LITIGATION OF THE RIGHTS AND LEGAL INTERESTS OF PATIENTS, INCLUDING ON THE FORENSICAL-MEDICAL EXPERTISE OF PROPER QUALITY
Starchenko A.A.
Abstract
The belittling of defects in the design of medical documentation in the medical insurance system will undoubtedly lead to an increase in their number and an increase in the need for forensic medical expertise and significant difficulties in its implementation.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):40-41
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EXPERT PRACTICE
THE IMPORTANCE OF A HISTOLOGICAL METHOD OF RESEARCH IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF HIV-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS
Timchenko O.A., Zhuravleva E.I., Ivanov A.A.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the difficulties of diagnosing HIV-associated infections and the importance of the histological method of research in solving this problem. For clarity, there is a case from practice. After the forensic medical examination of the corpse, a preliminary forensic diagnosis is formulated as «lower-floor pneumonia». A forensic histological examination revealed specific changes in the tissues of the brain, lung and other organs, which made it possible to establish a generalized cryptococcal infection, which was an opportunistic infection developing in HIV disease.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):42-45
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HISTORY
FORENSIC MEDICAL SERVICE OF THE MOSCOW REGION 100 YEARS ANNIVERSARY: HISTORY OF FOUNDATION
Klevno V.A., Romanko N.A., Gaydichuk V.V.
Abstract
The article presents the analysis of the archival documents which set the exact historical date (22 November 1918), which should be considered the beginning of the foundation of the forensic medical service of the Moscow Region; the features of the organization and status of judicial medical expertise of the Moscow Province, and then Moscow Region, the estimation of qualitative and quantitative indicators of the forensic medical examinations, also described the personalities of the most renowned experts.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):46-53
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REVIEWS
REVIEW OF THE BOOK “HISTORY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE”
Nazarov Y.V.
Abstract
This article provides a detailed analysis of the book «History of forensic medicine» under the editorship of doctor of medical Sciences, Professor of forensic medicine, Chairman of the Institute of forensic medicine of the University of Bonn Burkhard Madea, we give an objective assessment of the information provided in this research publication. Noted the contribution of the doctor of medical Sciences, Professor Vladimir Alexandrovich Klevno and doctor of medical Sciences, associate Professor Viktor Yuryevich Nazarov in the writing of a Chapter about the history of forensic medicine of the Russian Federation.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):54-55
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INFORMATION
10th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ADVANCES IN LEGAL MEDICINE COMBINED WITH THE 96th ANNUAL CONFERENCE GERMAN SOCIETY OF LEGAL MEDICINE
Yolkina O.E.
Abstract
From 11 to 15 September 2017 in Germany (Düsseldorf) there were 10th International Symposium Advances in Legal Medicine and the 96th Annual Conference German Society of Legal Medicine (DGRM).
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):56-58
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CYCLES OF THE DEPARTMENT FORENSIC MEDICINE “MOSCOW REGIONAL RESEARCH CLINICAL INSTITUTE n. a. M.F. VLADIMIRSKIY” for 2017
Editorial A.
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Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2017;3(3):59
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