PIOTROVICH Anatoly Karpovich (sort. in 1924) — the Soviet pediatrician, the member correspondent of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences (1982). Member of the CPSU.
Ended in 1948. Khabarovsk medical in-t. Since 1951 the department chair and at the same time (since 1976) the vice rector for scientific work of it in-that works at department of children's infectious diseases, since 1962. Doctor of medical sciences (1974), professor (1976).
A. K. Piotrovich published St. 60 scientific works, including 2 monographs devoted to problems of children's infections. Its researches are connected with studying of kliniko-epidemiological features, a pathogeny and therapy of a typhoid and paratyphus at children. It determined consistent patterns of development of a trombogemorragichesky syndrome (the disseminated intravascular blood coagulation) at a typhoid, a paratyphoid In, scarlet fever, hemorrhagic fever with a renal syndrome; drains in practice methods of pathogenetic correction of these disturbances are developed and вне^: at children; the clinic and patomorfol, a picture of the Far East scarlatiniform fever and hemorrhagic fever with a renal syndrome at children is for the first time described, the complex is developed to lay down. actions at this disease.
It is awarded the order the Labour Red Banner.
Works: Antibioticotherapia by levomycetinum and synthomycin of a typhoid and paratyphus, M., 1962 (sovm, with Shapiro S. E.); Clinic of the Far East scarlatiniform fever at children, in book: Vopr, pediat. and surgeries detsk. age, under. edition of S. K. Nechepayev, etc., century 6, page 64, Khabarovsk, 1967; Disturbances in system of a blood coagulation at the children sick with a typhoid, a paratyphoid In, hemorrhagic fever with a renal syndrome and scarlet fever, in book: Sovr. inf. pathology of the person, under the editorship of M. I. Kuzin, page 167, M., 1972; The Clinical current and coagulability of blood at a typhoid, a paratyphoid In, hemorrhagic fever with a renal syndrome at children, a yew., Khabarovsk, 1973; Hemorrhagic fever with a renal syndrome in the Far East of the USSR, Khabarovsk, 1979 (sovm, with other).
T. S. Fedorchenko