SHUVALOVA Evgenia Petrovna (sort. in 1918) — the Soviet infectiologist, the member correspondent of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences (1971). The member of the CPSU since 1949.
Ended in 1940 the 1st Leningrad medical in-t, from 1941 to 1944 worked as the district doctor. regional infectiologist and senior gossaninsiyektor of a number of districts Tatar ASSR. Since 1945 the employee of the 1st Leningrad medical in-that where she consistently held positions of the assistant, associate professor, professor (since 1965). Since 1966 — the department chair of infectious diseases. Doctor of medical sciences (1963), professor (1965).
E. P. Shuvalova is the author of St. 200 scientific works, including a number of the monographs devoted to hl. obr. to a pathogeny, diagnosis, treatment of a viral hepatitis and intestinal infections (dysentery, salmonelloses, iyersinio-for). It proved pathogenetic value of character and extent of changes of immunity and nonspecific resistance of an organism in AI of long, chronic forms of intestinal infections is developed; classification of a viral hepatitis is created. Under its management researches of disorders of microcirculation, structural-morphological disturbances
and changes of fermental systems of intestines at intestinal infections are conducted. E. P. Shuvalova's works on studying of a pathogeny and clinic of diphtheria, scarlet fever, returnable (vshiny) epidemic typhus, and also concerning the organization of treatment of infectious patients are known. Under the editorial office E. P. Shuvalova published textbooks «Infectious Diseases» and «Tropical Diseases».
E. P. Shuvalova is the Deputy chairman Vsesoyuzny scientific about-va infectiologists, the chairman Leningrad scientific about-va infectiologists. She was a delegate of the XXIII congress of the CPSU.
It is awarded the order «Sign of Honour» and medals.
Works: Efficiency of an antibioticotherapia of dysentery according to kliniko-bacteriological data and a role of drugs of nonspecific action, a yew., JI., 1964; Dysentery at children, M., 1968; Viral hepatitis, L., 1972 (sovm. from Grapes
howl A. G.); Tropical diseases, M., 1973, 1979; Dysentery, L., 1976 (sovm. from Osipova G. I.); Infectious diseases, M.<
1976, 1982; Mistakes in diagnosis of infectious diseases, L., 1980, 1985; Opi-
storkhoz, L., 1981 (sovm. with Belozero
vy E. S.); The Liver failure at a viral hepatitis, L., 1981 (sovm. from Rakhmanova A. G.).
A. G. Rakhmanova.