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Aspects of somatogenic asthenic syndrome in patients with high cardiovascular risk

Aims: In patients with elevated cardiovascular risk, it is necessary to determine the frequency and severity of psychopathologic signs in various forms of somatogenic asthenic syndrome. Each variant of SAS in patients with high CVR has its own symptomological configuration. Patients with elevated CVR and asthenic-anxious SAS on the first place by the frequency of diagnosis were also suffering, lack of vigor after a night's sleep, and almost as high as the normal in patients with SAS by the frequency; anxiety, absentmindedness, and insomnia were present in 50. 0 percent of cases in this subgroup; among patients with SAS were classified as low as a result. In a group of patients with SAS, the most common symptom was a lack - in % - and asthension variant of SAS - in %, and the incidence was significantly higher than in a population of patients with SAS. On the first place by the frequency of diagnosis, patients with high CVR and asthenic-anxious SAS were also suffering, lack of vigor after a night's sleep almost identical to the average for SAS patients by the frequency, which was 1. 5-3 times higher than the average in patients with SAS by the frequency. The most common symptoms in patients with a high CVR and asthenic-subordinatedpressive version of SAS were: dizziness, sleep disorders, and restless sleep, touchinginess, and anguish.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cvr/cvac066.154


Evaluating the effect of BESTFertil antioxidant complex on semen parameters and severity of asthenic syndrome in men with a recent history of novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19)

After new coronavirus infection, the aim of the study is to determine the efficiency of administration of the Russian complex with unique formula BESTFertil in the case of decreased fertility and asthenic syndrome in males. We conducted a non-blinded, placebo controlled trial that included 60 male patients with a history of COVID-19 not earlier than 6 months before enrollment from couples planning to have children. In addition, there was a statistically significant decrease in sperm DNA fragmentation index from 21. 2 to 13. 9 percent in Group 1. A modest decrease in survivor fertility markers with COVID-19's recent history was evidently due to non-specific mechanisms, most likely because of non-specific mechanisms. Patients receiving BESTFertil had a more prominent recovery of semen indices and symptoms of post-COVID asthenic syndrome.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9784-2021-22-4-68-76


PREVENTION OF ASTHENIC SYNDROME AS CONCOMITANT CIRCUMSTАINS IN POST-COVID-19 PATIENTS

Methods and methods: Both patients underwent neuropsychological testing immediately after the COVID-19 therapy, one month after a comprehensive rehabilitation program. Results: The study revealed that the patients who suffered with asthenic syndrome from predominantly moderate to severe severity had significantly reduced the verifiable severity of asthenic syndrome as well as the disability duration.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36740/wlek202105110


Asthenic syndrome in patients with COVID‑19: pathogenesis, clinic, diagnosis and medical rehabilitation

The aim of this study was to determine the effect of AS on the process of convalescence and the course of comorbid diseases. AS is one of the most common signs after a COVID infection of varying severity, and in neurological patients, it can prolong the course of the underlying disease and reduce the success of rehabilitation efforts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.33667/2078-5631-2021-3-27-33


Diagnostic criteria for asthenic accommodative asthenopia in patients with computer vision syndrome

Patients with computer vision syndrome (ADAM): 86 men aged 24–36 years were investigated to determine the prevalence and clinical functional characteristics of asthenic accommodative asthenopia in patients with computer vision syndrome. The most common accommodative disorders in asthenic accommodative asthenopia are the drastic reduction of accomodogram growth parameters and the high-frequency component of accommodative microfluctuations. In addition, patients with asthenic accommodative asthenopia and subjective psychophysiological status were rated by the lowest score on visual life and subjective psychophysiological status in comparison to HEAS patients and controls. Conclusion: specific clinical, diagnostic, and diagnostic criteria have been established by both traditional and modern methods of ascertaining visual accommodative asthenopia. Key words: asthenopia, computer vision impairment, housing, and objective accommodography are all examples of those that can be used to determine the sensitivity of preventive and therapeutic therapies. These criteria can be used to determine the effectiveness of preventive and therapeutic interventions. In patients with computer vision syndrome, the diagnosis of asthenic accommodative asthenopia is lacking.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32364/2311-7729-2020-20-4-169-174


ANALYSIS OF PSYCHO-EMOTIONAL STATE AND THE SEVERITY OF ASTHENIC SYNDROME IN CHILDREN WITH ACUTE LEUKEMIA AFTER THE FIRST STAGE OF CHEMOTHERAPY

Introduction: Children and adolescents with hematologic diseases are often put under prolonged psychological strain from hospitalization, debilitating surgery, and lifestyle changes, which eventually contributes to a drastic decline in the quality of life. In this connection, it is vital to investigate the child's psychological and emotional balance at various stages of chemotherapy therapy and asthenic syndrome onset. The aim is to determine the presence of psycho-emotional disorders and the severity of asthenic syndrome in children with acute leukemia after the first stage of chemotherapy in order to accurately anticipate the development of this disease and design a set of strategies that minimize its manifestations. The study did not include children with multiple organ failure syndrome or the presence of background mental disorders. Conclusions: The results show that absolutely all children receiving chemotherapy after the first phase have been victims of the psychosocial context. According to the statistics, the average was 4. 02 u00b1 0. 09 in children aged 11 to 10. 11 compared to a ten-year average of 4. 5 u00b1. Mood indicators are also within the framework of a favorable state for both groups. Severe asthenia was present only in 6 children. Conclusions: This report will lead to the development of a range of treatments for asthenic syndrome in children with acute leukemia receiving chemotherapy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36740/wlek201908107


Asthenic syndrome in elderly people: diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitation trends

Given the increasing number of elderly people, increasing numbers of elderly people, the challenge of improving life quality in this segment of population becomes more significant.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.20333/2500136-2020-5-40-48


Evidence-Based Psychiatry: Paraclinical Diagnostics of Asthenic Syndrome in Schizophrenia Based on the Determination of Leukocyte-Inhibitory Index

The ratio of the proteolytic enzyme leukocyte elastase to its inhibitor, as measured by a U3b1 1 - proteinase inhibitor, is the ratio of the leukocyte elastase to its inhibitor, a leukocyte-inhibitory index. The change of LII in schizophrenia patients with clinically diagnosed asthenia and patients with schizophrenia without clinical signs of this disorder was reported. To arrive correct statistical results, the aim was to investigate the likelihood of the 95% confidence intervals for a comparative analysis of LII in patients with schizoasthenia and patients with schizophrenia with no clinical signs of asthenic syndrome. Patients and methods: Overall, 95 patients aged 20–201355 years of paroxysmal-protestive and paranoid schizophrenia were screened: 61 patients in the total sample were clinically diagnosed with asthenic symptom-complex. Conclusion: the evaluation of LII can be used as an objectively reliable criterion for the presence or absence of asthenic disorder in patients with schizophrenia in comparison to clinical examination.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.30629/2618-6667-2020-18-2-6-12

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