S G Guseĭnova

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Clinical and electroneuromyographic studies were performed in 121 patients with diabetic polyneuropathy (DPN) before and after courses of treatment with pulsed electromagnetic fields with complex modulation (PEMF-CM) at different frequencies (100 and 10 Hz). Testing of patients using the TSS and NIS LL scales demonstrated a correlation between the severity(More)
Naphthalan therapy was given to 48 patients with gun-shot injuries of peripheral nervous system. Clinico-electrophysiological assessment stated a regress of motor, sensitivity, vegetovascular and trophic damage after a course of naphthalan therapy, enhancement of regeneration, reinnervation, stimulation of repair in impaired nervous-muscular structures.
110 patients with scapulohumeral periarthritis of vertebrogenic origin were exposed to decimetric waves or received salt-free naphthalan. There were also patients who got combined treatment with decimetric waves and salt-free naphthalan. REG recorded positive shifts in cerebral hemodynamics due to these factors utilization.
The efficacy of acuelectrostimulation (AES) and some aspects of the mechanism of motor function recovery were studied in 46 patients with gunshot injuries of 66 nerves and plexuses using cliniconeurophysiologic examination. It is shown that AES promotes regression of motor, sensitive and vegetovascular disturbances. A positive effect of AES on structural(More)
A total of 198 neurological patients on physiotherapeutic rehabilitation participated in a questionnaire survey on their quality of life. The patients had diabetic polyneuropathy (n = 86), disorders in spinal blood circulation (n = 65), 47 patients were operated for discal hernia of the lumbar spine. It was found that all the responders suffer from(More)