Advanced searches left 3/3

BPPV - DOAJ

Summarized by Plex Scholar
Last Updated: 24 April 2022

* If you want to update the article please login/register

Treatment of horizontal canal BPPV—a randomized sham‐controlled trial comparing two therapeutic maneuvers of different speeds

Abstract Objectives The aim of this study was to determine the effect of a high-speed barbecue operation with the modified Lempert maneuver and sham in patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo of the horizontal canal. Methods Randomized sham-controlled, single blinded multicenter clinical trial in two academic hospitals investigating consecutive patients with horizontal canal BPPV in consecutive patients. After HSB, 11/20 after ML, and 4/17 after SM, with accelerated recovery in HSB [OR 15. 17, 95% CI, P =. 001] using sham as base level, with much improved recovery in HSB [or 15. 17, 95% CI, P =. 001] using sham as base level. After a traumatic experience, after ML, the recovery rate after 3 months was 15/17. In terms of cure rate DHI [95% CI versus P =. 92] in Cumulative recovery rate, there were no significant differences between the two treatment groups [95% CI & P =. 46] [95% CI vs. P =. 92]. Conclusion The change in horizontal canal BPPV therapy results in a faster recovery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/lio2.420


Does Anti Vertiginous drugs have any role in BPPV management: A study in East Singhbhum population

Repositional manoeuvres are the mainstay in positional verison control, but there are times when relapses occur and manoeuvres are required multiple times, making it a necessity to add antivertiginous medications or rehabilitation exercises. BPPV's management: Role of Anti Vertiginous drugs. Aims and Objectives: Role of Anti Vertiginous drugs. Group A, 60 patients, received only positional assistance, and Group B received a positional drill on a five-day course of Tab Betahistine 24 mg twice daily; Group A of 60 patients received only positional correction and Group A of 60 patients was given only positional correction, and Group B received a positional drill, while Group A of 60 patients received only positional therapy, and Group B received a standing maneuver. In cases that neceed multiple visits, we recommend starting Tab Betahistine 24 mg twice daily.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/eef4d822d87c4c4c8d50ced473535bd2


Betahistine alleviates benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) through inducing production of multiple CTRP family members and activating the ERK1/2-AKT/PPARy pathway

Abstract Background: Betahistine is a scientific drug used to treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo in women. However, the role of complement C1q/TNF-like proteins in BPPV is uncertain, so we investigated the change in CTRPs in betahistine-treated BPPV. Methods We treated BPPV patients with Betahistine for four weeks and investigated the medical significance and expression of CTRP family members in BPPV patients. The introduction of CTRP family members, phosphorylation levels of ERK and AKT, and small interfering RNA were administered via intratympanic injection into mice, revealing PPAR, phosphatrylation patterns of ERK and AKT, and small interfering RNA were found in mice. In gentamicin-treated mice and Sloop mutant mice, we also found that Betahistine improved the accuracy of air righting reflex, reduced the time of contact righting reflex, and the results of head tilt and swimming behaviour in gentamicin-treated mice and Slc26a4 loop/loop mutant mice.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40659-022-00385-3


Upright BPPV Protocol: Feasibility of a New Diagnostic Paradigm for Lateral Semicircular Canal Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Compared to Standard Diagnostic Maneuvers

Background: The diagnosis of benign paroxysmal vertigo involving the lateral semicircular canal is traditionally entrusted to the supine head roll test, also known as the supine head roll test, which often allows the identification of the pathologic and BPPV forms. The recently introduced upright head roll test is a diagnostic tool for LSC-BPPV, supplementing the already established head pitch test in the sitting position. Methods: The aim of this multicenter research is to establish the reliability of UBP in the treatment of LSC-BPPV. We retrospectively reviewed the clinical findings of 134 consecutive patients with LSC-BPPV. Conclusion: In 81% of cases, correct diagnosis using the supine diagnostic procedure or the sole SHYT has been obtained from the sitting position, with similar statistical concordance and weaker linkage in LSC-BPPV from the sitting position, sparing the patient's supine positionings and related symptoms.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2020.578305


Functional Integrity of the Inferior Vestibular Nerve and Posterior Canal BPPV

The cervical vestibular nerve nerve's functional stability can be determined by the cervical vestibular evoked myogenic potential response, which requires nerve communication via the nerve. We hypothesized that normal cVEMPs would be present in most PCBPPV patients with the appropriate structural integrity of the IVN innervation of the posterior semicircular canal. For patients with pathological cVEMP, the average DHI in the patients with normal cVEMP was 16. 42 17. 99 vs. 0. 4 0. 89. Compared to 9 and 2 participants in the non-recurrent group, Ten of the subjects with rPCBPPV had normal and 3 had pathological cVEMP. In most instances, PCBPPV symptoms and signs are related to normal cVEMP responses, which is consistent with IVN functional integrity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2020.00894


Is BPPV a Prognostic Factor in Idiopathic Sudden Sensory Hearing Loss?

Objects of investigation The prognostic value of vertigo in patients with idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss is a point of contention, since vertigo is associated with various vestibular disorders. paraphrasedoutput:MethodsThis study was done in the hopes of determining the role of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo as a prognostic factor in patients with SSNHL. Evaluations of pre-treatment hearing and hearing gains were used to determine hearing outcomes. Patients with BPPV in comparison to normal pure tone audiometry showed less satisfaction in pre- and post-treatment PTA than in SSNHL without BPPV.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3342/ceo.2010.3.4.199


Unhealthy Lifestyle Is an Important Risk Factor of Idiopathic BPPV

BPPV-infected patients grew quickly under Hangzhou's quarantine policy. The BPPV's unhealthy lifestyle risk factors have yet to be investigated. This research included one hundred and sixty three patients with idiopathic BPPV aged 22-87 years, as well as 89, aged 23–92 years, matched control subjects. Methods: This research looked at whether unhealthy lifestyle can be a risk factor for BPPV. Methods. Secondary BPPV was excluded from secondary BPPV. BPPV patients with BPPV were not given a definitive diagnosis. Conclusion: Although we found that inadequate physical fitness and prolonged recumbent position time in determining BPPV, AUCs were not causal risk factors for BPPV, AUCs, the comparison of ROC curves of recumbent position time and physical fitness in identifying BPPV, AUCs was 0. 68 compared to 0. 68 & 0. 68 respectively, we conclude that they were not the only risk factors for BPPV, AUCs, but BPPV, AUCs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2020.00950


Efficacy of Epley’s Maneuver in Treating BPPV Patients: A Prospective Observational Study

Vertigo and balance disorders are two of the most common signs seen in patients attending the ENT outpatient clinic. BPPV is the most common cause of peripheral vertigo. Epley's scheme, which is noninvasive, inexpensive, and quickly carried, is to move the canaliths out of the canal to the utricle, where they no longer influence the canal dynamics. Our study seeks to investigate Epley's intervention in a string of patients with posterior canal BPPV and compares the results to those treated solely by medical supervision alone.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/487160


Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV): History, Pathophysiology, Office Treatment and Future Directions

BPPV is the most common cause of vertigo. It is the most common cause of vertigo in younger people after head injury. Any head movement will cause persistent vertigo or chronic vertigo. The signs have been traced to detached otoconia in any of the semicircular canals, according to subsequently. BPPV-related infections can resolve spontaneously, but they can persist for days, weeks, months, and years. Central pathology may be shown by unusual patterns of nystagmus and nonrepsonse to therapy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2011/835671

* Please keep in mind that all text is summarized by machine, we do not bear any responsibility, and you should always check original source before taking any actions

* Please keep in mind that all text is summarized by machine, we do not bear any responsibility, and you should always check original source before taking any actions