Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Remote results of observation patients with cerebral palsy in spastic diplegia form after course of muscles electrostimulation

Year: 2016, volume 12 Issue: №2 Pages: 254-256
Heading: Neurology Article type: Original article
Authors: Eliseev V.V., Kulishova T.V., Nazarenko N.V.
Organization: Altay state medical university

The aim of the research is to estimate remote results of observation patients with cerebral palsy in spastic diplegia form. Materials and methods. Under observation were 71 patients with cerebral palsy in spastic diplegia form in the age from 3 to 16 years were described in the present article. Parameters of walking were registrated before, after treatment and 6 months later have finished of treatment. Patients were distributed by two groups. 38 children were included into the first group. They have gotten course of complex rehabilitation with addition functional programmed muscles electrostimulation. The second group was composed by 33 patients. These children have been spent a course of complex rehabilitation like first group besides type of electrostimulation. Second group of patients received passive electrostimulation. Results. At the children of the first group a reliably (p

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