Abstract: The invention concerns microbiology and medicine and may be used for the prophylaxis and treatment of the syndrome of an irritated large intestine in either a human or an animal. The insertion of the samples of the strains of the autochthonous bank into the intestine of a human permits the repair of the broken bacteriocenosis of the intestine due to the use of the entire spectrum of the healthy (normal) microflora of the intestine. The method is as follows: feces samples of a single human are taken during healthy periods beginning 7-15 days after birth and continuing through the course of a lifetime no more than once a year.
Abstract: An improved design for the lower part of the hull of a planing amphibian. The design contains an immovable member, a dampening movable member in the form of a set of overlapping plates attached to the immovable member by the length of the front edge, and air balloons placed in between the movable and immovable members. There is also a flexible coupler attached to the longitudinal edges of the immovable and movable members permitting elastic bending of the plates. The plates forming the movable member are made of a nonwettable, elastic material, allowing elastic deformation of the movable member when the amphibian encounters land obstacles. The air balloons help to dampen the deformations. When operating on rough water, the plates forming the movable member elastically deform and compress the air balloons, decreasing the loads on the lower part of the hull. When the amphibian returns to land, the plates elastically deform and impact one another, shaking off any adhering ice.
March 11, 1998
Date of Patent:
December 21, 1999
MedTech Center, Inc.
Robert Khachatrian, Ashot Khachatrian, Vadim B. Voiloshnikov