Infant. cerebral paralysis
Denas application for children with infantile cerebral paralysisBaindurashvily A.G., Ovechkina A.V., Kenys V.M., Guseva I.A.
Orthopedic children’s research institute named by Turner G.I. Saint-
Different effects become apparent in the process of dynamic electrotherapy (DENAS) application; significant ones are anaesthetic, anti-
Purpose of the research: was analysis of dynamic electrotherapy impact on the state of neuromuscular device of children with ICP during complex orthopedic-
Materials and methods of the research
A research of contractile function of dorsum and lower extremities muscles was carried out using the method of global electromyography (EMG) in 25 children with infantile cerebral paralysis in the age from 4 to 14 years old. 5 persons out of them were examined on the all stages of therapy including preoperative preparation, postoperative period and rehabilitation period. 12 children were examined only during postoperative period, and 8 children were examined only during preoperative preparation. Standard DENAS therapy course included 10 sessions. The research was carried out before the course was started as well as after it was finished.
The research was carried out with the help of “NEURO-
Electrogenesis of reduced amplitude, 50-
Decay of amplitude indices in the dorsal muscles on the initial stage was expressed less and made up 30% of the age norm; the same structural changes were registered.
76% of children showed electrogenesis amplitude increase of studied muscled 18-
Preliminary results evaluation of electroneurophysiological examination of children with ICP allows to assume that changes received could be associated with evident vasoactive action of DENAS. Blood circulation enhancement of ischemic tissues in the stimulation zone activates metabolic and trophic processes not only in the zone of impact, but also in the deep-
On the ground of data received preconditions for further research of possibility of positive DENAS effect on the central nervous system regulating mechanisms when having long-