On the issue of segmental and specific diagnosis of tick-borne encephalitis
AUTHORS : Ryabov V.I. | Chernetsova L.V. | Borodina Zh.I.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Izhevsk, Udmurtia, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Educational
In patients with tick-borne encephalitis (TBE), electrical parameters were measured from certain areas of the skin, functionally connected with various organs and systems of the body. We examined 35 patients with meningeal TBE at the age of 16–64 years. Measurement of electrical parameters was carried out in accordance with the user’s manual for working on the hardware-software complex “IMEDISFOLL”. With the meningeal form of the disease in patients examined on days 3-10 of the disease, segmental electronic biofunctional diagnostics revealed hypoergy – in 68.4%, parasympathicotonia – in 68.4%, immunodeficiency – in 58%, immunity tension – in 36, 8%, the type of regulation is limited – in 47.7%, excessive – in 10.5% of patients.