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1 15 Mai years of Romanian veterinary medical education Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Bucharest, Romania - Founded in WORLD VETERINARY YEAR ONLY ONE MEDICINE

2 Monitoring metabolic profile parameters during adapting diseases in cattle Lucian IONITA 1,2, Alexandru T. BOGDAN 2, Carmen IONITA 1,2, Simona IVANA 1,2, Cristian BELU 1,2, Cristina DINU PARVU 3, Andrei TANASE 1, Alexandru TUTUNARU 1 1 University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, Romania 2 Romanian Academy, Bucharest, "Acad. David Davidescu" Centre of Studies and Researches for Agrosilvicultural Biodiversity 3 "Carol Davilla" University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Roman Stress as a biological phenomenon is not identified as a pathological status. The limits in which an organism can adapt to stress factors are bound by parameters which are set by resources inside the body that should allow life preservation. Still, limits are dictated by genetic programming through the extreme situations which the body has encountered throughout it’s evolution and yet has not stopped surviving and multiplying. In intensive breeding, production override and other stress factors such as global warming led to the apparition of real adapting diseases expressed by nutritional and metabolic disorders which are difficult to diagnose and treat. Metaphilaxy is a modern concept which includes prophylactic measures to ensure animal welfare through zoo-hygienic confort, the selection of animals which are enduring to the new breeding techniques, control of morbid subclinical conditions (infections of the mammary gland, nutritional end metabolic disorders), birth rescheduling and others. Keywords: stress, technopathies, greenhouse effect gases, umoral level, metabolic profile tests, metaphylaxy Selective bibliography Lucian Ionita et al. Pollution Control through Ecopathological Indicators for Nutritional and Metabolic Disorders by Diary Cows from Farm Animals Ecosystems near Industrially Polluted Areas. 8th WSEAS International Conference on Environment, Ecosystems and Development (EED '10) International Conference on Bioscience and Bioinformatics (ICBB '10) Advances in Biology, Bioengineering and Environment: Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece 2010, December 29-31, ISSN: ; ISSN: ; ISSN: ISBN: Lucian Ionita. Veterinary Cardiovascular Pathology Sitech Publishing House Lucian Ioniță et al. The Soil-Plant-Animal relationship as an ecopathological indicator in dairy cows. Annals of Oradea. Fascicle: Ecotoxicology, animal husbandry and food industry technology, 9, VIII, University of Oradea Publishing House, (2010) The 2nd WSEAS International Conference on ENVIRONMENT, MEDICINE and HEALTH SCIENCES (EMEH '11), Meloneras, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands Spain, March 24-26, 2011 ID

3 Nanotechnology for improving transdermal drug delivery Cristina DINU PIRVU 1, Mirela MITU 1, Alina ORTAN 2, Lucian IONITA 3,4 Alexandru T. BOGDAN 4, Carmen IONITA 3,4, Simona IVANA 3,4, Gabriel PREDOI 3 1 University of Medicine and Pharmacy, “Carol Davila”, Bucharest, Romania 2 University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Biotechnology, Bucharest, Romania 3 University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, Romania 4 Romanian Academy, Bucharest, "Acad. David Davidescu" Centre of Studies and Researches for Agrosilvicultural Biodiversity. ”Postdoctoral school for zootechnical biodiversity and food biotehnology based on the eco-economy and the bio-economy required by ecosangenesys” Skin delivery of certain medical products during treatment of local skin disease is one of the oldest ways to administer medicine, but skin delivery of medical products for transdermal carriers is relatively new and often used. The rapid development of transdermal carriers in the past several years is due to the advantages of transdermic administration over the classic oral administration. The difficulty in transdermic administration is represented by skin penetration of the products, because skin, through it’s nature, acts as a barrier in controlling the loss of water, electrolytes and other substances and also in preventing the penetration of medical substances from the outside environment. In order to enhance skin permeability for transdermal portage of medical substances, several methods, both passive and active, have been developed. This review aims to examine classic and novel modalities for skin delivery of drugs, including the development of dermal/transdermal nanocarriers. Keywords: skin delivery, nanocarriers, transdermal carriers, liposomes, deformable vesicles, penetration enhancer Selective bibliography Cristina Dinu Parvu, Alina Ortan, Mircea Harjan, razvan prisada, Dumitru Lupuleasa, Alexandru T. Bogdan. Studies concerning thr optimisation of the Pentoxiphyline en capsulation. Romanian Biotechnological letters, suppl. vol 14, No. 1, pp , ISSN Lucian Ioniță et al. Preliminary experiment in the healing acceleration and tissue recovery in animals (rabbits) with the application in the plague of an extract of Benincasa hyspida (2009). Romanian Biotechnological letters, vol 14, No. 4, pp , ISSN Alina Ortan, Cristina Dinu Parvu, Mihaela Ghica, Lidia Popescu, Lucian Ionita. Reological study of liposomal hydrogel based on carbopol. Romanian Biotechnological letters, suppl. vol 14, No. 1, pp , ISSN The 2nd WSEAS International Conference on ENVIRONMENT, MEDICINE and HEALTH SCIENCES (EMEH '11), Meloneras, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands Spain, March 24-26, 2011 ID

4 Strategic project number POSDRU/89/1.5/S/63258 "Postdoctoral school for livestock biodiversity and food biotechnology based on the ecoeconomy and the bioeconomy required by ecosangenesys" co-financed from the European Social Fund through Sectorial Operational Programme Human Resources Development Strategic project number POSDRU/107/1.5/S/77082 "PhD scholarships study in ecoeconomic and the bioeconomy complex training for food and feed safety and security from anthropic system" co-financed from the European Social Fund through Sectorial Operational Programme Human Resources Development ID POSDRU ID POSDRU 2 nd INEEE Conference Energy, Environment, Devices, Systems, Communica- tions, Computers, Venice, Italy, March , 2011 At the Special Session: Biodiversity-Related Agrifood Eco-Economy and Bio-Economy in the 6th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Energy & Environment (EE'11), February , Cambridge (United Kingdom), the following projects were presented at discussions: Smart Mega Research Project for "Agrifood Green Power in World Food Crisis" Innovative scientific solutions for the integrated apply of the Generosity- Creativity-Solidarity triad in the smart mega project: Strategic Priorities in Order to Save The World into A Multipolar Global Food System" and Smart Apply of ICT And Digital Ecosystem for Food Safety And Security Based on Ecoinnovative Solutions" The 2nd WSEAS International Conference on ENVIRONMENT, MEDICINE and HEALTH SCIENCES (EMEH '11), Meloneras, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands Spain, March 24-26, 2011


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