COMORBID STATUS AND FACTORS THAT NEGATIVE INFLUENCE ON THE COURSE OF MYELOMA DISEASE DEPENDING ON THE SEASON OF THE YEAR IN THE REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN

MUSTAFAKULOVA N.I., MIRZOKARIMOVA N.S., KAMOLOVA G.N., ABDULLAEVA S.N., KHOLOVA SH.K.

Department of Internal Diseases №3 of the Avicenna Tajik State Medical University


Aim. To study the comorbid status and negatively influencing risk factors on the course of myeloma disease (MD) depending on the season of the year in the Republic of Tajikistan.

Material and Methods. 130 patients with MD from the age of 63 to 77 years were under observation. The average age was 70,0 years. In all three groups, men predominated.

All patients with MD were divided according to the season of admission: in summer (n=63; 48,4%), in autumn (n = 7; 5,3%), in winter (n = 23; 17,6%), in spring (n = 37; 28,4%). According to the level of comorbidity, patients were divided into 3 groups: I – with a low level (n = 20), II with an average level (n = 33) and the III group – with a high level (n = 77). There were 77 patients in stage II and 53 in stage III.

Results. Patients in the III (terminal) stage had a severe course and a high level of comorbidity with the prevalence of hemor­rhagic, anemic, intoxication and diarrheal syndromes with the addition of infectious complications. The highest frequency of hospitalized patients and a severe course of MD were observed in the hot summer season compared with the cold time (2,7 times more). In the hot season, compared with the cold, increased skin loss of fluid, significantly decreased concentrations of mineral salts in the blood: sodium (107,0±0,05 mmol/l and 137,0±1,7) and potassium (2,6±0,15 and 3,7±0,05) mmol/l, while the concentration of calcium in plasma was elevated (8,3±0,17 and 3,3±0,17 mmol/l)

Conclusion. The hot summer season, comorbidity, toxicity of chemotherapeutic agents, infectious complications, mineral me­tabolism disorders, aggravate the course of MD and impair it prognosis.

Key words: myeloma disease, comorbidity, cardiotoxicity, chemotherapy


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Information about authors:

Mustafakulova Namuna Ibragimovna – Head of the Department of Internal Diseases №3 of the Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor; tel.: (+992)918762494; e-mail: dr.namuna@mail.ru

Mirzokarimova Nasiba Salimovna – Applicant at the Department of Internal Diseases №1 of the Avi­cenna Tajik State Medical University

Kamolova Guldzhakhon Negmatovna – Doctor of the Department of Internal Diseases №3 of the Avi­cenna Tajik State Medical University

Abdullaeva Sitora Navruzovna – Doctor of the De­partment of Internal Diseases №3 of the Avicenna Tajik State Medical University

Kholova Shakhnoza Kudratovna – Doctor of the Department of Internal Diseases №3 of the Avicenna Tajik State Medical University


Pages: 387-394


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