А. А. Коструб, А. А. Бурьянов, Ю. В. Поляченко, В. В. Котюк, И. А. Засаднюк, Н. С. Вадзюк, В. А. Подик
ГУ «Институт травматологии и ортопедии НАМН Украины», г. Киев, Национального медицинского университета им. А. А. Богомольца
Комплексный регионарный болевой синдром первого типа (КРБС I) – это сложное многокомпонентное заболевания, различные звенья патогенеза и симптомы которого могут проявляться у разных пациентов в разной степени. Это обуславливает дифференцированный подход, основанный на выборе методов и способов лечения в зависимости от преобладающих у конкретного больного симптомов и патогенетических механизмов, на которые указывают симптомы заболевания при их детальном анализе. Представленная схема немедикаментозного лечения КРБС I позволяет выбрать на основе анализа клинических симптомов те методы и способы лечения из всего их разнообразия, которые будут наиболее эффективными для конкретного больного.
ключевые слова: синдром Зудека, немедикаментозное лечение
CRPS I (Sudeck syndrome) drug-free treatment modalities
А. А. Kostrub, А. А. Burianov, V. V. Kotiuk, I. A. Zasadniuk, N. S. Vadziuk, V. A. Podik
Complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I) is a complex multicomponent disease. Its various pathogenic components and symptoms may manifest in patients in different degree. This leads to a differentiated approach based on the choice of the treatment methods and means depending on prevailing symptoms and pathogenetic mechanisms in individual patients. The pathogenetic mechanisms are indicated by the detailed analysis of the symptoms. The represented scheme of CRPS I drug-free treatment modalities allows to select the methods and means of treatment that will be the most effective for a particular patient on the basis of the analysis of the clinical symptoms.
keywords: Zudeck’s syndrome, non-drug treatment
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