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Measuring of the amplitude of auditory cognitive evoked potentials P300 showed its changes (decrease and increase) in patients with panic disorders compared to healthy individuals. The authors hypothesize that the decrease in P300 amplitude reflects increased activity of the cerebral reticulothalamic structures, while its increase is associated with(More)
Wetland ecosystems are the natural centers of freshwater formation in northern Russia lowland landscapes. The humic acidic waters formed in bogs feed the numerous lakes of the northern regions. One milliliter of the water in these lakes contains up to 104 ultrasmall microbial cells that pass through “bacterial” filters with a pore size of 0.22 μm. The vast(More)
The waters of small lakes located in swampy catchment areas of upper Volga contain considerable amounts of ultrasmall microbial cells that pass through 0.22-μm-pore-size filters. As shown in our previous study [1], most of these cells represent the bacterial genera Herbaspirillum, Herminiimonas, Curvibacter, and Burkholderia of the class Betaproteobacteria,(More)
Forty patients with severe asthenia were subjected to clinical, neurological, psychometric, and neurophysiologic examination before and after Enerion therapy. Psychoneurophysiological assessment with cognitive evoked potentials P300 and psychometric tests revealed serious impairment of cognitive functions in patients before therapy (compared to healthy(More)
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of L-carnitine treatment in patients with dodementia stage chronic cerebral ischemia. In parallel comparative clinical study included 60 patients (22 men and 38 women aged 42 to 74 years), the average age of the patients was 61.2±8.2 years. All patients received basic treatment, including(More)
Enerion was used in the treatment of 40 patients with psychovegetative syndrome and asthenia. Before treatment, the patients have pronounced asthenia appearances, anxiety disorders, relevant autonomic disorders, mild depression and decrease of working capacity, attention concentration and memory. The treatment was conducted as monotherapy during 28 days(More)
To study possibilities of a therapeutic correction of asthenic syndrome in individuals with chronic arterial hypotension with malate citrulline, the study was made of 12 women and 3 men with psychoautonomic syndrome (autonomic dystonia), combined with chronic constitutional arterial hypotension. Their age was from 27 to 45 years (mean age--37.6). A control(More)
Clinical-psychologic study, spectral analysis of heart rate variability, 24-h monitoring of arterial pressure (AP) were performed in 20 patients with chronic constitutional arterial hypotension and in 18 patients with neurogenic syncopal states. Both groups were characterised by considerable manifestations of the syndrome of autonomic dystonia, by(More)
The aim of the present work was to study the efficacy of L-carnitine in patients with stage 1–2 chronic cerebral ischemia (CCI). A comparative, parallel clinical trial included 60 patients (22 men, 38 woman, aged 41–74, mean 61.2 ± 8.2 years) with established diagnoses of stage 1–2 chronic cerebral ischemia. All patients received basal treatment for CCI(More)