1917 graduated Odessa Medicine Institute.
Со-Editor, “Internal Diseases” section, “Bolshaya meditsinskaya entsiklopediya” (Large Medical Encyclopedia), 2nd edition. Member, Editor Council, journals “Klinicheskaya meditsina” (Clinical Medicine), “Therapevtichesky arkhiv” (Therapeutical Archives) and “Problemy endokrinologii i gormonoterapii” (Problems of Endocrinology and Hormone Therapy). Developed original ether test for cooling to judge the allergic state of rheumatic patients.
Developed therapy of acute rheumatic attacks and proved that pyrazolon derivatives acted more efficaciously than sodium salicylate. Described various clinical symptoms of rheumatism, mainly its typhoid, abdominal and cerebral forms, and shed new light on circulatory disturbances in rheumatism. Developed a method of consecutive washings of the mucous membranes, making it possible to observe the course of inflammation of the mucous membranes.
Author of over 130 works on: clinical aspects and pathology of internal diseases. Rheumatism and other lesions of the sustenaculo-motor apparatus and the effects of health resort therapy on them. Physiology, pathology and clinical aspects of inflammations.
Treatment and sequelae of epidemic hepatitis. Prophylaxis of acute rheumatic conditions, etc. 1915-1922 at Therapeutic Clinic and Chair of General Pathology.
Then Acting intern, Professor V. Ye. Stavraki’s Diagnostic Clinic. 1922-1930 intern, then Assistant, Propedeutical Therapeutic Clinic, Odessa Medicine Institute.
Simultaneously worked at Odessa health resorts Lermontovsky, Kulnik, etc. 1931-1934 senior Assistant, then lecturer, Professor L. B. Bukhshtab’s Faculty Therapeutic Clinic. 1930-1938 Head, Therapeutic then Rheumatism Clinics, Ukrainia Institute of Health Resort Studies and Balneology, Odessa.
1937-1941 consultant, Institute of Health Resort Studies and several sanitary health resort and medical institutions in Odessa. 1941-1945 in various military hospitals, then Chief Therapeutist, Black Sea Fleet. 1945-1956 Head, Hospital Therapy Clinic, Medicine Institute.
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