Reactivity of physiological – active polymer – polyvinylpyrolidone

1Chmilenko, FA, 1Mikulenko, OV, 1Chmilenko, TS
1Oles Honchar National University of Dnipro, Dnipro, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004, 10 ;(Supplement1):109-112
Publication Language: Ukrainian
Originating physiological activity of a polyvinylpyrolidone as a polymer of medical assigning, which is used for an aftertreatment of the man working in extreme conditions, is reviewed. The spectrophotometry technique of determination of a molecular mass of a polyvinylpyrolidone as parameter to use of polymer in medicinal preparations is offered.

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