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  • Gębka, Dominika; Kędziora-Kornatowska, Kornelia; Podhorecka, Marta; Sielski, Grzegorz; Sucharska-Szymkowiak, Marta; Beck, Oliwia (2015-07-23)
    Dementia is a set of symptoms caused by a chronic and progressive brain disease. The disease leads to the disorders of higher brain functions such as memory, orientation, thinking, understanding, counting, ability to learn, ...
  • Żaroń, Agata; Piskunowicz, Małgorzata (2018-04-23)
    The aim of this article is to review current research on relationship between physical activity and chosen aspects of psychological status of elderly adults. Among many psychological aspects cognitive functions and anxiety ...
  • Siminska, Joanna; Pietkun, Katarzyna; Porzych, Piotr; Głowacka, Iwona; Nowacka, Krystyna; Banaszkiewicz, Małgorzata; Hagner, Wojciech (2016-05-06)
    I n t r o d u c t i o n. Adolescence is a very important period for young people as it is the time when the patterns of health behaviour stabilize and in such form may be adopted for the rest of one’s life. This age group ...
  • Trofimiuk, Adrianna; Koza, Klaudia; Grzelązka, Paweł; Budzyński, Jacek (2016-10-10)
    Objectives. Leg ischemia is the third leading cause of atherosclerotic cardiovascular morbidity, concerning about 20-30% of the elderly population. Recognition of its risk factors helps in early diagnosis and patient ...
  • Drygas, Aleksander; Ślusarczyk, Wojciech (2013-06-29)
    On 27th December 2003, at the back of the “Under the Swan” Pharmacy in Bydgoszcz, a private “Under the Swan” Pharmacy Museum was opened. The important part of the museum is a library with about 5000 books which include ...
  • Wąsik, Damian (2015-03-12)
    The subject of the publication is to show blasphemy as a crime (misdemeanor)  from the perspective of the religious principles in legal cultures of Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism. The author discusses ...
  • Baska, Aleksandra; Kazik, Jakub; Bojczuk, Daria; Racinowski, Mariusz; Leis, Kamil; Mazur, Ewelina; Kałużny, Krystian; Gałązka, Przemysław (2019-03-03)
    Cardiac amyloidosis is a type of amyloidosis in which one of the affected organs is the heart. The disease is characterized by the formation of protein aggregates between the cells of the organ, namely amyloid, which ...
  • Lewandowski, Andrzej; Siedlaczek, Aleksandra; Siedlaczek, Marcin; Grucza, Ryszard (2012-10-15)
    Objective: Volleyball is one of the most popular team sports in the world. As this is a non-contact sport, it is also regarded as a pleasant and safe form of recreation. However, there are commonly known reports about ...
  • Kujawski, Sławomir; Gajos, Agnieszka; Gajos, Małgorzata; Stemplowski, Wojciech; Ciesielska, Natalia; Kędziora-Kornatowska, Kornelia (2015-07-23)
    Introduction. Cognitive tests are a valuable, sensitive and useful tool for examining the effectiveness of physical training. Purpose. To show which studies are sensitive in examining cognitive changes induced by physical ...
  • Mikołajewska, Emilia (2016-12-30)
    Background. Spasticity, contractures, pusher syndrome, unilateral neglect and heterotopic ossifications are one of the most commonly observed effects in patients after stroke. There is still a need for research on predictors ...
  • Komendziński, Jakub; Mikołajewska, Emilia; Mikołajewski, Dariusz; Augustyńska, Beata (2017-03-15)
    Thanks to recent advances in health care an increased number of patients may recover from  severe brain injuries, but some of them are still assessed as non-responsive. Reliance on behavioural measures in communication ...
  • Ciesielska, Natalia; Sokołowski, Remigiusz; Klimkiewicz, Karolina; Kuriga, Mateusz; Hagner, Wojciech (2012-10-15)
    Introduction. According to the GUS study conducted in year 2008 in Poland is high morbidity in women because of malignant breast tumor (22,2% of all female cancer). After a mastectomy procedure about 30-50% of patients ...
  • Łyszczarz, Błażej (Społeczna Akademia Nauk w Łodzi, 2013)
    In contrast to highly developed countries, the level of health expenditure in Poland is often considered to be too low. The purpose of the paper is to empirically test if the expenditure for health in Poland is in fact too ...
  • Sielski, Grzegorz; Sielska, Małgorzata; Podhorecka, Marta; Gębka, Dominika; Sucharska-Szymkowiak, Marta; Ciesielska, Natalia; Rolka, Łukasz; Porzych, Katarzyna; Kędziora-Kornatowska, Kornelia (2015-11-04)
    Dizziness is a very common disorder, and its incidence increases with age. It is a symptom of disorder not the essence of the disease. It is usually the result of disorders of the vestibular system, and can be caused by ...
  • Polak-Szabela, Anna; Porzych, Katarzyna; Porzych, Martyna; Hadzik, Kajetan; Kędziora-Kornatowska, Kornelia (2015-07-23)
    Life-span psychology assumes that development is multidimensional and multidirectional process that lasts throughout life, from birth until death. The cycle of this process includes both progression and regressive changes. ...
  • Weiss, Marcin; Dolata, Tomasz; Weiss, Waldemar (2016-05-06)
    The study presents a case of a 44-year old patient admitted to the Department of Orthopaedics as an emergency to treat a multiple fractures of lower limbs. Successful, several-stages surgical treatment and rehabilitation ...
  • Kostyło, Hanna; Kostyło, Piotr (2014-12-31)
    The article presents the understanding of general education in Theodore Brameld’s social reconstructionism. After giving a short sketch of basic information on reconstructionism in the introduction, the authors focus on ...
  • Feit, Julia; Gorzelańczyk, Edward Jacek (2014-04-08)
    Introduction: Eye movements are closely related to cognitive and emotional functions. Information on saccadic dynamics during certain tasks may indicate disorders of mental functions, which can help to explain the neurobiology ...
  • Cubała, Anetta; Hoffman, Jarosław; Hagner, Wojciech; Jurkiewicz, Tomasz; Molski, Paweł; Ratuszek, Dorota; Śniegocki, Maciej; Nowacka, Agnieszka (2012-10-15)
    Lumbar spine discopathy is a serious social and economical problem in both our country and around the world. The severity of pain significantly impairs the performance of basic activities such as: dressing, walking, sitting, ...
  • Czerniak, Beata; Budzyński, Jacek; Banaś, Wioletta (2017-03-15)
    Introduction. Emotional status of a patient who underwent a surgery is an important element in the recovery process. The aim of the study was to assess changes in positive and negative emotions in patients subjected to ...

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