The method of rehabilitation of hemodynamic disturbances in the experiment

 

(57) Abstract:

The invention relates to medicine, namely to the rehabilitation of hemodynamic disturbances associated with exercise mode overload. After intense physical exercise on the area of projection of the liver and solar plexus perform one-time exposure to infrared laser radiation with a wavelength of 0.89 microns in pulsed mode with an average intensity of 2.0 - 2.5 mW/cm2frequency modulation 8 - 10 Hz, the dose density of 0.36 to 1.2 j/cm2within 3 to 10 minutes as a result of application of this method normalizes microcirculation and transcapillary exchange, restores vascular permeability in tissues and stabilization of cell membranes, eliminates stress injuries, increased nonspecific resistance.

The invention relates to the field of medicine, to the rehabilitation of hemodynamic disturbances associated with physical strain, and can be used to accelerate the development of adaptive changes in hemodynamic system.

Clinical and physiological studies have shown that the orthostatic stress and short-term changes faster iluyemi blood, resulting in temporary disturbance of blood supply to the brain. This effect, called orthostatic hypotension, compounded at elevated ambient temperature, as well as disorders of the sympathetic regulation of the cardiovascular system (H. F. Ulmer, "Physiology", 1996. So 3, 27 main, C. 711-722).

Known methods of rehabilitation of hemodynamic disturbances during space missions. The first is compensating costumes, preventing changes in the volume of water spaces of the body. (E. Witzleb "Functions of the vascular system", In the book: "Human physiology", 1996, So 2, main 20. C. 498-565). Sympathomimetic drugs may also participate in the elimination of hemodynamic disturbances associated with orthostatic stress. However, these methods do not provide a fast enough generalized and prolonged protection of hemodynamic disturbances. Use as adaptation factors pharmacological drugs (tranquilizers, hypnotics, sedatives) causes lethargy, drowsiness, and often depression.

It is also known a method of stimulation of the brain in sports copper is the volume and intensity of training loads. It was noted favorable hemodynamic changes, ensures normalization of relations between cardiac output and peripheral vascular resistance, depending on the type of blood circulation (E. M. Kostromin "the key to the mysteries of the brain", 1994).

The lack of preventive application of the method of electrical stimulation of the brain, is that the effect does not occur immediately after the procedure, and its development requires many hours, and to secure not less than 3-4 procedures.

At the same time, the use of metered-intensity physical activity itself contributes to the redistribution of blood in the body so that the brain, heart and working muscles receive more blood flow due to spasm of blood vessels in the abdominal cavity.

The disadvantage of this method of correction of hemodynamic disturbances in the brain and myocardium, as shown by special experimental studies (C. M. Zubkov and other magazine Issues balneology, physiotherapy and physical therapy, 1995, N 6. C. 9-11), is the development of destructive changes at the cellular membrane level, particularly in the myocardium. These adverse changes accompany adaptationally hemodynamic disturbance is transcerebral applying a pulse of electrical current to stimulate the adaptive capacity of the organism. This purpose was used a rectangular electric pulses with a duration of 0.25 MS, 1000 Hz, the amplitude of 0.75 mA at fronto-mastoid methodology - Central electroneurostimulation (E. M. Kostromin "Electricity against stress or How to live without pills, 1994). It was found that the application of this method for 30 minutes after 20-30 minutes of exposure in workers of aviation (pilots, air traffic controllers, operators) improves the functional condition of the Central nervous system, and 40-60 minutes starts increasing the activity of the cardiovascular system. The performance operators gradually increased within 6-9 h after pulse of electrical effects. Special samples that simulate the vestibular overload, showed that these effects enhance the tolerance to vestibular stimulation, significantly weaken the symptoms of motion sickness after a course of 10 treatments.

The disadvantage of this method is that the effect does not occur immediately after application of the Central electroneurostimulation and adaptation processes develop gradually within 6-9 h and fixed, starting with 3-4 treatments.

Technical resale during intense physical exertion mode overload.

This technical result is achieved by the fact that after intense physical exercise on the area of projection of the liver and solar plexus is a one-time exposure to infrared laser radiation with a wavelength of 0.89 microns in pulsed mode with an average intensity of 2-2,5 mW/cm2, modulation frequency of 8-10 Hz, with a dose density of 0.36 to 1.2 j/cm2within 3-10 minutes

Pulsed infrared laser radiation with a modulation frequency of 8-10 Hz, an intensity of 2.0-2.5 mW/cm2when the density of the dose of 0.36 j/cm2within 3 min has the most pronounced rehabilitating the application immediately after intense physical exercise. Increasing the density of the dose of infrared laser radiation to 1.2 j/cm2do not reinforce the rehabilitation effect, and Vice versa aggravated hemodynamic disturbances caused by intense physical exercise.

Description of the method. Immediately after intense physical exercise, such as swimming with the load on the tail, accounting for 6% of the mass of rats, which had caused the narrowing of the vessels, the vascular permeability and the development of destructive processes in tissues, carried out the impact on the region is the exposed area of 0.75 cm2the technique of contact. Used machine "Orion", generating pulsed infrared laser radiation in the frequency range 1 - 1500 Hz. In this way rehabilitation was used, the frequency of 8-10 Hz, specially selected in the preliminary experiments. The duration of the procedure 3-10 min, the dose density of 0.36 to 1.2 j/cm2.

The efficiency of rehabilitation of infrared laser irradiation was assessed by the state of microcirculation and vascular tone, the reflection of which was functional state kallickrein-kinin system, which is determined by the activity of kallikrein and content prekallikrein in the serum. On the degree of stress levels of animals to be judged by the content in the blood 11-oxicorticosteroids. On the level of stability of the condition of the membranes of liver cells, myocardial and cerebral cortex indicates the total antioxidant activity. The evaluation of the destructive processes in the tissues was carried out according to activity indicators antiproteinase inhibitors serum and tissues and the activity of the lysosomal enzyme, elastase, factor calculation destruction.

The tolerance of animals to the physical is ainali to sink.

Example 1. The group of 10 rats showed intense physical activity in the form of swimming with the load on the tail, accounting for 6% of the mass of rats. Rats swam in the bath of Plexiglas (HH cm) filled with water at room temperature, two by two, from 5 to 10 min until then, until he began to sink. After that, they were removed from the tank with water, blotted with a towel (for drying) and let the procedure pulsed infrared laser irradiation with a frequency of 10 Hz for 3 min with a dose density of 0.36 j/cm2on the area of projection of the liver and solar plexus.

After 30 minutes there is a partial normalization of the studied parameters and 2-3 hours after the laser treatment is complete recovery to the level of intact animals elevated levels of stress hormones, and normalization of activity kallickrein-kinin system, which indicates that the normalization of microcirculation processes and transcapillary exchange, decreasing the rate of degradation in serum and liver by 15-20% and increase antioxidant activity in the tissues. All these effects indicate STRESSOMETER, membrane and pampering vascular permeability and microcir and liver and solar plexus.

Example 2. The group of 10 rats after intense physical exercise in the form of swimming with the load on the tail, which sailed until then, until they began to sink, had the effect of infrared laser radiation with a frequency of 8 Hz for 10 min with a dose density of 1.2 j/cm2on the area of projection of the liver and solar plexus.

After 2-3 h after exposure was noted increased stress reactions caused by sailing with a cargo: the content of corticosteroids increased by 53%, kallickrein-kinin system was hyperactivemenu the type of "exhaustion", the rate of degradation was increased in the liver by 35% in blood serum by 43%, while antioxidant activity was reduced in the liver of 21%.

The proposed method of rehabilitation of hemodynamic disturbances in the experiment was applied at 70 laboratory animals (white rats). As a result of application of this method revealed an improvement of the General condition of the animals subjected to intense physical activity, appearance, mobility, activity, and body weight.

In the process of rehabilitation of the animals were under constant surveillance for 3-3,5 hours evaluation of the effectiveness of the IR laser rehabilitation PR is ately. Also took into account the tolerance of animals to physical activity.

About a favorable outcome of regenerative processes in tissues of said normalization activity indicators kallickrein-kinin system, indicating the release of vascular spasm, as well as decreasing the rate of degradation and increase antioxidant activity. Reducing levels of stress hormones in combination with increasing antiproteinase activity of blood serum shows no damage in all tissues.

The proposed method of rehabilitation provides rapid elimination of the major consequences of hemodynamic disturbances caused by intensive physical load overload. The result is normalized processes of microcirculation and transcapillary exchange, was restored vascular permeability in tissues, there was a stabilization of cell membranes, fixed stress injuries, increased nonspecific resistance of the organism.

The proposed method of rehabilitation is most effective to deal with such serious consequences of hemodynamic disturbances, as labilization of cell membranes, accompanied razvijenog oxidation of lipids.

Thus, the proposed method provides faster development of adaptive changes in hemodynamic system during intense physical exertion mode overload.

The method of rehabilitation of hemodynamic disorders in intensive physical exercise mode overload in the experiment by electromagnetic influence, characterized in that the projection area of the liver and solar plexus effect of infrared laser radiation with a wavelength of 0.89 microns in pulsed mode with a frequency of 8-10 Hz, with an average intensity of 2.5 mW/cm2with a dose density of 0.36 to 1.2 j/cm2within 3-10 minutes

 

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