Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

vegetative nervous system

THE PECULIARITIES OF AUTONOMOUS NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDER IN CHILDREN WITH DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE I AND APPROACHES FOR ITS CORRECTION

Year: 2006, volume 2 Issue: №1 Pages: 14-18
Heading: Neurology Article type: Original article
Authors: N.V. Bolotova, A.P. Averyanov, V.Y. Manukyan
Organization: Saratov State Medical University
Summary:

The state of autonomous nervous system in children with diabetes mellitus type I was studied. Autonomous dysfunction was found in 86% of patients, regardless the duration and severeness of the disease. Cardiac autonomic neuropathy was revealed in 41% children. All of them had the deterioration of general condition, activity and mood. Usage of transcranial magnitotherapy has resulted in normalization of autonomous nervous system tone, reactivity, activity of subcortical nervous centers, increase of the number of children with stable regulation. Besides, there was the improvement of cardiac autonomic neuropathy indices, and normalization of psychological status of patients.

BIOSOCIAL FACTORS AND PSYCHOVEGETATIVE PECULIARITIES IN FORMATION OF ADAPTATION ABNORMALITIES IN CHILDREN WITH GROWTH RETARDATION

Year: 2009, volume 5 Issue: №1 Pages: 80-82
Heading: Pediatrics Article type: Original article
Authors: V.I. Goremykin, А.А. Protopopov, I.V. Koroleva, I.A. Egorova, A.V. Khizhnyak, S.U. Elizarova, L.N. Volkova, O.V. Nesterenko
Organization: Saratov State Medical University
Summary:

110 children aged 7-16 with growth retardation have been under the study. Children with different clinical variants of growth retardation are characterized by individual clinical psychophysiological peculiarities. The cause-effect relation of biosocial factors, psychovegetative changes and high morbidity rate of children with growth retardation established in the research point out to their adaptation abnormalities, that require a differentiated approach to the development of rehabilitation programs.

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