Work number - P 3 FILED
Authors: Kosakovskyi A.L., Abyzov R.A., Bozhko N.V., Shkoba Ya.V., Kosakivska I.A., Timen G.E., Marynskyi G.S., Chernets O.V., Tkachenko V.A., Semenov R.G.
There was made a general theoretical conclusion and suggested a new decision for current scientific problem: improving the efficiency of surgical treatment of patients with the upper respiratory tract diseases by the development and implementation of surgical interventions using high-frequency electric welding and laser radiation technologies; inventing similar domestic devices and tools.
There was experimentally substantiated and clinically proven the effectiveness of the use of electric welding technologies of connection and disconnection of biological tissues without using traditional suture materials. There was established that electric welding technology provides complete and tight wound closing with the forming of coagulation mass on its surface, which is optimal for wound edges adhesion and aseptic effect.
There was investigated the effect of high-frequency current and laser radiation on the human body and suggested new approaches to the treatment of respiratory diseases, including oncological diseases.
There were developed devices which are the source of high frequency current, and bipolar electric instruments for performing operations on the upper respiratory tract. It made possible to create domestic high-frequency bipolar electric coagulator and start its mass production. Introducing electric welding technologies for treatment of the upper respiratory tract diseases and increasing the quality of surgical interventions also become possible.
The operations on the upper respiratory tract with estimation of optimal parameters of laser radiation during surgery on skin, soft tissues, cartilages, mucosa and the devices for their performance were implemented into practice.
Thus, the economic and social impact of the implementation is obvious: absence or 3-5 times reduced bleeding during operations, shortening surgical interventions duration, saving bandaging materials and medications.
Number of publications: 242, including 6 monographs, one atlas, one textbook, 12worksabroad,22 publications in SCOPUS database international journals. The novelty and competitiveness of technical solutions were protected by 8 copyright certificates of the USSR and 56 patents of Ukraine (including 8 patents for invention).
There were defended Doctoral thesis and 6 Candidates theses on this subject.