Physical therapy of dissecretory syndrome and autonomic disorders in patients with chronic gastritis
Keywords:pH-metry, Cerdo index, Author's program, Men, Physical therapy, Gastritis
Purpose: to investigate the influence of the developed program of physical therapy for patients with chronic gastritis and to evaluate the effectiveness and dynamics of the indices of the secretory function of the stomach and the autonomic nervous system. Material and methods: 30 men were examined, patients with chronic gastritis, the average age of the patients was 25.9 ± 0.8 years in the main group (n = 15), and 26.4 ± 0.6 years in the control group (n= 15). The men of the main group were engaged in the author's program of physical therapy, the men of the control group – in the program of physical therapy for patients with chronic gastritis according to the method of I.I. Parhotik (2003). Results allowed to analyse the dynamics of the studied parameters under the influence of the program of physical therapy developed by us and to compare the results obtained in the main and control groups. Conclusion: author's program of physical therapy is effective and contributes to a more stable normalization of the secretory function of the stomach and improve the function of the main systems of the body. Keywords: pH-metry, Cerdo index, author's program, men, physical therapy, gastritis.
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