The circular on issuing
The accumulator cell of scientific activities on usage
Cryogenic method of treatment in medicine.
This year 40 years to usage special cryoinstruments are executed on the basis of fluid nitrogen for a cryodestruction of pathological tissues. The cryosurgery already has achieved considerable successes, prolong to open all new outlooks of its fruitful usage.
In Russia in N.Novgorod it is accepted the solution to emit the accumulator cell of scientific activities « Cryo-40. Achievements and outlooks », dedicated to a modern cryogenic method of treatment. We tender all doctors, engineers, scientific, learning and operating steep local cooling in medicine to send the articles in the accumulator cell (book). We already have received more than 20 articles. It would be desirable, that the accumulator cell became peculiar generalization of achievements, views on a cryosurgery, practical capabilities of a method, outlooks of his further analysis on the moment 40-years of a cryosurgery with application of fluid nitrogen. The issuing of the accumulator cell will serve to a noble purpose of strengthening of scientific contacts and cooperation of the supporters of a cryosurgery, should attract in this direction minds of the young specialists.
Please, send texts of the articles on 2-3 pages, with the indicating of names of the writers, entity, where the activity, his address, contact addresses and telephones is executed. The accumulator cell will be published in Russian and English tongues by a typographical way and is submitted in the Internet. It is necessary to transfer on 2 $ for page of the text for financing of typographical activities. Term - till April 1, 2001.
We tender accommodation of advertising of production of the sires of cryogenic medical engineering. With huge thanks the sponsor's help will be adopted.
Our address: E-mail: email@example.com. Russia, 603104, Nizhniy Novgorod, street. Medicinskaj, 1. Nizhniy Novgorod. Center of medical researches "Diamed". To the doctor of medical sciences Vladimir IvanovitchKotchenov. Ph.: (8312) 39-69-07; 65-59-04.