In earlier studies of authors on acute and intermittent human pancreatitis it appeared that oxygen radicals may have important role in inflammations of pancreas. Therefore, detailed and systematic studies have been started in order to understand the rheological characteristics of human red blood cells (RBCs), antioxidant enzymes and other antioxidant parameters in clinically serious acute pancreatitis. Measurements of antioxidant system of blood, plasma and haemolysates have indicated prooxidant preponderance, and have apparently well reflected the "oxidative stress" conditions of the organism.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 30 1995|
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