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Qualitative and quantitative characteristics of chronic pain syndrome and their possible use in assessing analgetic effects of treatment were studied in 16, 49, 26 and 17 patients with gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, chronic pancreatitis, chronic colitis, respectively. Pain was measured with the use of McHill's questionnaire modification and… (More)
An original method of teaching students efficient therapy has been developed basing on the psychological decision theory, conception of stage-by-stage formation of mental actions, method of key signals. The instructor uses the scheme repeatedly when observing the students' clinical activities, at doctor's rounds and conferences.
Chronic pain sufferers with vertebral osteochondrosis (altogether 80 patients) have been examined. The course of the pain syndrome and its intensity were studied with a modified McGill's pain questionnaire. The latter proved able to provide a reliable reflection of the pain qualitative and quantitative characteristics allowing objective evaluation of… (More)
Quality of life (QL) was studied in 112 patients with gastroenterological diseases: 29 cases of gastric ulcer (GU), 53 cases of duodenal ulcer (DU) and 30 cases of chronic pancreatitis (CP). QL was judged according to the test of the Cardiological Research Center of the RAMS. QL in the above gastroenterological diseases was related to restrictions in the… (More)
A study of 80 patients with spinal osteochondrosis and 27 patients with osteochondrosis deformans revealed high efficacy of treatment at the "Marcial Waters" health results (Karelian SSR). The authors developed methods of analgesiometry permitting to evaluate objectively treatment results.