Vol 11, No 6 (2012)

Articles

Transcerebral physiotherapy of ischemic brain diseases

Musaev A.V., Balakishieva F.K.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):3-11
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HEMODYNAMIC EFFICACY OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF CRURAL MUSCLES

Laberko L.A., Barinov V.E., Lobastov K.V., Barmotin N.A.

Abstract

Ultrasound duplex angioscanning with colour mapping of the blood low and construction of the Doppler curve were employed to study characteristics of regional venous hemodynamics in the popliteal vein during active muscle contraction (AMC)/relaxation and electromyostimulation (EMS) of crural muscles using a Veinoplus device. It was shown that peak blood flow velocity at rest equaled 15.9 cm/s and substantially increased by 3.5 and 4.8 times in case of AMC and EMS respectively. The volumetric blood flow at rest was 223 ml/min and increased by 1.6 and 1.2 times in case of AMC and EMS respectively (the difference is significant). Scanning of sural sinuses revealed a decrease of their diameter up to complete occlusion under effect of AMC. Regression analysis showed that the hemodynamic response to EMS depends largely on anatomic features of crural muscles but not their functional state.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):12-15
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THE USE OF PHYSICAL FACTORS AND FLAMENA LIPOSOMAL COATING FOR THE TREATMENT OF ULCER IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY

Abduvosidov K.A., Matveev D.V., Snigorenko A.S., Shishlo V.K., Gorlov V.V., Kuznetsov A.N.

Abstract

This study included 86 aged and elderly patients with severe persistent trophic ulcers of venous etiology. It was shown by laboratory and instrumental methods that trophic ulcers can be effectively treated by various physiotherapeutic modalities (pulsed phototherapy, low-intensity laser irradiation, ozone ultrasonic cavitation) in combination with the local application of the Filamena wound coating. This approach allowed to significantly decrease severity of inflammation, purify wounds from pyo-necrotic masses, eliminate bacterial contamination, stimulate reparative processes, reduce wound area and epithelization.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):16-21
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POTENTIAL OF LASER THERAPY IN HEMATOGENOUS OSTEOMYELITIS IN CHILDREN

Trunova O.V., Gerasimenko M.Y., Mashkov A.E., Slesarev V.V.

Abstract

The study included 40 children with acute hematogenous osteomyelitis and exacerbated chronic osteomyelitis given a course of IR laser therapy. The treatment resulted in positive dynamics of inflammation, improved blood circulation in the affected area, enhanced immunity, accelerated wound healing, and reduced hospital stay by 3-4 days. Also, the treatment decreased the duration of severe febrile state and inflammation, normalized blood formula, and increased sensitivity of microflora to antibiotics.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):22-24
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NEW TECHNOLOGIES OF DRUG ADMINISTRATION FOR ELECTROPHORESIS IN CHILDREN WITH ADENOID VEGETATIONS

Khrykova A.G., Fomina E.V., Gerasimenko M.Y., Ol’tarzhevskaya N.D., Komarova I.I.

Abstract

The study of 98 children with verified diagnosis of acute adenoiditis and exacerbated chronic adenoiditis showed the possibility of laserophoresis of pharmaceutical products based on unwoven materials (cotton-rayon and rayon-polyester) in a nasal sinus and auricle using textile printing technology and a new hydrogel composition of sodium alginate and hyaluronic acid with medicines. Coletex laserophoresis allowed to eliminate inflammation in lymphoid tissue of the pharyngeal lymphoid ring, decrease the size of adenoid vegetations, and restore the draining function of the Eustachian tube due to the opening of the fistula and resorption of exudates in the middle ear.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):25-29
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OPTIMIZATION OF COMBINED THERAPY OF ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION WITH THE USE OF GENERAL MAGNETIC THERAPY IN LOCOMOTIVE TEAM MEMBERS

Kulishova T.V., Baranova L.N.

Abstract

Optimized combined therapy of grade 1 arterial hypertension was given to 127 locomotive team members. Inclusion of magnetic therapy in the combined treatment significantly improved the parameters of interest (AP, psychoemotional and vegetative status, reactivity stress, resistance to stress, quality of life). Taken together, these changes promote traffic safety.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):30-32
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Enhanced gravity and transcerebral low-frequency electrotherapy in women with climacteric syndrome

Pikalova M.V.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):33-37
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EHF therapy in clinical practice (Part II)

Istomina I.S.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):38-45
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Physiotherapy in patients with traumatic spinal cord disorders

Dovganyuk A.P.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):46-50
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The use of miramistin in physiotherapeutic practice (a study guide)

Sheina A.N., Lutoshkina M.G.
Russian Journal of Physiotherapy, Balneology and Rehabilitation. 2012;11(6):51-56
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