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  1. Töötervishoid liitumiseelses Leedus / Remigijus Jankauskas

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    Jankauskas, Remigijus

    2004-01-01

    Tööhõivest, -korraldusest, -ajast, tööga seotud terviseriskidest ja töötervishoiuteenustest Leedus võrrelduna Euroopa Liidu riikidega. Joonised: Töötervishoiualaste terviseriskidega seotud olukord; Kõige enam muret tekitavad tööaspektid erinevate Leedu ettevõtete töötajate jaoks; Enim soovitud muudatused Leedu erinevate ettevõtete tööliste seisukohast

  2. 1 December 2016 - First Deputy Chancellor of the Government of Lithuania R. Vaitkus signing the guest book with CERN Director-General R. Heuer.

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    Gadmer, Jean-Claude Robert

    2015-01-01

    Dr Rimantas Vaitkus First Deputy Chancellor of the Government of Lithuania with Rectors of Kaunas Technological and Health Science Universities Republic of Lithuania on the occasion of the Signature of the Joint Statement of Intent by KTU and LUHS Rectors, Hospital of LUHS Kaunas Clinics and CERN.

  3. Cutting spending and looking for water-cannons / Rokas M. Tracevskis

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    Tracevskis, Rokas M.

    2009-01-01

    23. septembril toimunud konverentsil tutvustasid peaminister Andrius Kubilius ning sotsiaal- ja tööminister Donatas Jankauskas sotsiaalvaldkonnas plaanitavaid kärpeid. Prime Consultingu poolt läbiviidud uuringust selgus, et 34% inimestest ei ole oma tulevikus kindlad

  4. Cutting spending and looking for water-cannons / Rokas M. Tracevskis

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    Tracevskis, Rokas M.

    2009-01-01

    23. septembril toimunud konverentsil tutvustasid peaminister Andrius Kubilius ning sotsiaal- ja tööminister Donatas Jankauskas sotsiaalvaldkonnas plaanitavaid kärpeid. Prime Consultingu poolt läbiviidud uuringust selgus, et 34% inimestest ei ole oma tulevikus kindlad

  5. Tiina Piisang sai preemia

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    2001-01-01

    III rahvusvaheline köitekunstisümpoosion 14.-21. XI Vilniuses. Avati näitus "Raamat". Preemiad: I - Anne Giordani, Prantsusmaa, II - Isabelle Poitras, Kanada, III - Tiina Piisang, ergutuspreemia - Duda Rimantas, Leedu. Eestist osalevad väljapanekul veel Silvi Kalda, Marje Kask, Külli Veelaid, Zhanna Zhuravel, Elin Kard, Piret Männa. Odette Drapeau Kanadast tutvustas kalanaha kasutamisvõimalusi raamatuköitmisel

  6. Tiina Piisang sai preemia

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    2001-01-01

    III rahvusvaheline köitekunstisümpoosion 14.-21. XI Vilniuses. Avati näitus "Raamat". Preemiad: I - Anne Giordani, Prantsusmaa, II - Isabelle Poitras, Kanada, III - Tiina Piisang, ergutuspreemia - Duda Rimantas, Leedu. Eestist osalevad väljapanekul veel Silvi Kalda, Marje Kask, Külli Veelaid, Zhanna Zhuravel, Elin Kard, Piret Männa. Odette Drapeau Kanadast tutvustas kalanaha kasutamisvõimalusi raamatuköitmisel

  7. Soil sustainability study in Lithuanian alien forest stands

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    Čiuldiene, Dovile; Skridlaite, Grazina; Žalūdiene, Gaile; Askelsson, Cecilia; Armolaitis, Kestutis

    2016-04-01

    Tree species are shifting their natural ranges in response to climate changes (Saltré et al., 2013). Northern red oak has originated from North America, but was planted in Europe already in twentieth century. At present, it is considered as invasive species in Poland and at invasive stage in the Lithuanian forests (Riepsas and Straigyte, 2008). European larch naturally grows in Central Europe, but its range has been extended by planting it as far as the Nordic countries. According to a pollen study in peat soils, European larch naturally grew in Lithuania in the sixteenth century and was reintroduced 200 years ago (Jankauskas, 1954). Therefore, the global warming could accelerate the expansion of European larch and Northern red oak into Lithuanian forests. An urgent need appeared to evaluate an impact of those warmth-tolerant species on soil mineral chemistry and quality. New results on the determination of mineral weathering rates in alien forest stands using a PROFILE soil chemistry model were obtained during a doctoral study at the Institute of Forestry. Soil minerals were studied by a Scanning Electron Microscopy at the Institute of Geology and Geography. The results provided a lot of new information on soil weathering rates in Lithuania. The 47 and 157-year-old European larch (Larix decidua Mill.), 45 and 55-year-old Northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) plantations and adjacent perennial grasslands were chosen for this study. The soils were classified as Luvisols and were developed from glaciofluvial deposits. The PROFILE model requires data of climate conditions (mean annual temperature and precipitation), chemical parameters of atmospheric deposition, forest plantation dendrometric and chemical (wood, foliage litter fall) characteristics, soil physical characteristics and mineral composition. A cation weathering rate (sum of Ca+Mg+ K) is 30% higher in a soil under the Northern red oak than in adjacent perennial grassland. Meanwhile, cation weathering rates

  8. Adequate prescribing of medication does not necessarily translate into good control of diabetes mellitus

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    Norkus A

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Antanas Norkus, Rytas Ostrauskas, Rimantas Žalinkevičius, Lina Radzevičienė, Rita Šulcaitė Institute of Endocrinology, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania Background: Patients with diabetes mellitus in Lithuania have access to almost all the latest blood glucose-lowering drugs available in the rest of the world. This study evaluated the effects of prescribing of treatment (oral medications, insulin, or both in Lithuanian patients with type 1 or 2 diabetes and poor blood glucose control. Methods: The relevant information was obtained from specialized questionnaires completed by 26 consulting endocrinologists in Lithuania between October 1, 2008 and December 31, 2008. The study cohort comprised 865 randomly selected patients with diabetes mellitus and a glycosylated (HbA1c level ≥7%. In total, there were 95 patients with type 1 diabetes and 770 with type 2 diabetes. Results: Linear regression for patients with type 1 diabetes revealed a weak trend towards higher doses of insulin reflecting lower HbA1c values. The mean dose of insulin in patients with type 1 diabetes before an endocrinology consultation was 57.1 ± 15.7 U/day (0.8 ± 0.2 U/kg, which increased significantly to 63.3 ± 16.5 U/day (0.9 ± 0.2 U/kg after an endocrinology consultation (P < 0.05. Treatment prescribed for patients with type 2 diabetes depended on the duration of disease. Earlier treatment recommended for 68% of patients with type 2 diabetes was subsequently changed by the endocrinologist. Linear regression showed that the insulin dose prescribed before a specialist consultation as well as that recommended by an endocrinologist was significantly correlated with body mass index. Conclusion: Appropriate prescribing of blood glucose-lowering drugs does not always translate into good metabolic control of diabetes mellitus. The mean HbA1c was 8.5% ± 1.3% in patients with type 2 diabetes treated with oral drugs alone versus 9.0% ± 1.3% in those