R. R. Giorgobiani

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AIM To characterise cardiac rhythm dynamics in sleeping adolescents by heart rate trend in Holter monitoring (HM). MATERIALS AND METHODS Synchroneous HM and classical night EEG-polygraphy from 22.00 to 08.00 were conducted in 9 healthy adolescents (5 boys and 4 girls) aged 10-15 years. The heart rate trends in sleep exhibited periods of stable rhythm(More)
24-hour Holter monitoring of 60 healthy children aged 3 to 15 years provided criteria for assessing the circadian heart rate (HR) variations as a measure of alterations occurred in autonomic heart rhythm control. Specific HR dynamics during their sleep is described, which involves changes in steady-state rhythm and higher dispersion periods associated with(More)
A complex of methods including clinical analysis, ECG, and exercise EEG was used to examine 52 patients aged 2 to 20 years with Romano-Ward syndrome. There were two groups: group I with syncopal attacks, group II without them. The patients with Romano-Ward syndrome had dysfunction of the suprasegmental systems regulated autonomously in the form of(More)
Syncopal states are the result of diverse pathological processes; in this connection the correct and timely diagnosis of the underlying disease which induces the short-term disturbance in consciousness is of particular significance. Cardiac mechanisms often play a leading role in the pathogenesis of this condition [1, 10]. The prolonged Q-T interval(More)
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