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Title: Лікувальна фізкультура при різних клінічних формах туберкульозу легень
Authors: Коваленченко, В. Ф.
Степаненко, Р. В.
Keywords: лікувальна фізкультура
фізична реабілітація
лечебная физкультура
физическая реабилитация
medical physical education
physical rehabilitation
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Вид-во НПУ ім. М. П. Драгоманова
Citation: Коваленченко В. Ф. Лікувальна фізкультура при різних клінічних формах туберкульозу легень / В. Ф. Коваленченко, Р. В. Степаненко // Науковий часопис Національного педагогічного університету імені М. П. Драгоманова. Серія № 15. Науково-педагогічні проблеми фізичної культури : Фізична культура і спорт: 36. наукових праць / За ред. Г. М. Арзютова. – К. : Вид-во НПУ імені М. П. Драгоманова, 2015. – Випуск 4 (59)15. – С. 29-32
Abstract: У статті показано ефективність застосування лікувальної фізкультури в комплексному лікуванні різних клінічних форм туберкульозу.
В статье показана эффективность применения лечебной физкультуры в комплексном лечении различных форм туберкулёза.
The article shows the effectiveness of exercise therapy in treatment of various forms of tuberculosis. The aim was to improve the efficiency of treatment and rehabilitation of patients with chronic tuberculosis by developing and testing a program of physical rehabilitation of patients with this disease. The study of the influence of the developed physical rehabilitation program on the physical condition of the body and the level of the main aspects of quality of life. Analysis of processed scientific and methodological literature indicates the presence in Ukraine difficult situation with the growth of tuberculosis. To achieve clinical and therapeutic effect in the treatment of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis is important physiologically reasonable selection, proper dosage of exercise and the sequence of their execution. In the treatment method of physical therapy should be changed periodically depending on the nature of the formation of adaptive reactions to the new conditions of stationary or spa treatment, clinical of the disease, the cardiovascular and respiratory systems and the overall fitness of the patient. Surgical treatment has been used successfully in a variety of lung diseases. Indications for surgery are unsuccessful conservative medical treatment and disease progression. The analysis of the medical literature, literature in physical rehabilitation and medical practice - rehabilitators, shows that in the thoracic therapy very great importance to finding the most efficient methods of preparing patients for surgery and emergency rehabilitation in the postoperative period. After a period of illness in the body, new qualitative responses that differ from normal physiology. When lung diseases are manifested allergies, intoxication and structural changes in the lung tissue, resulting in a broken breath, nervous control, metabolic processes. Therefore, one of the criteria for cure of tuberculosis and nonspecific lung diseases is to restore the functions and efficiency. If after resection of lung function is not renewed or not renewed, it will be reduced or absent capacity. This is her main task is physical rehabilitation, which found its rightful place in the complex surgical treatment of this type. The program should include physical rehabilitation algorithm rehabilitation process after torakoplastychnyh operations methodological features and instructions on the use of physical therapy and massage in the early and late postoperative periods.
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