Leonid Ovcharenko*, Denis Sheludko, Andrii Vertehel, Igor Samokhin, Tetiana Andrienko and Oleksandr Kryazhev
State Institution “Zaporizhia Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education Ministry of Health of Ukraine”, Zaporizhia, Ukraine
*Corresponding Author: Leonid Ovcharenko, State Institution “Zaporizhia Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education Ministry of Health of Ukraine”, Zaporizhia, Ukraine.
Received: March 14, 2020; Published: June 16, 2020
The results of rehabilitation program 1 month use in 30 schoolchildren aged 6 - 9 years with recurrent upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) and a decreased myocardial functional reserve were analyzed. We studied the dynamics of changes of the initial vegetative tone (IVT) status and the indicator of activity regulatory systems (AIRS), as well as the concentration levels of neurotransmitters in the blood serum (substance P, vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) and final stable metabolites of NO (FSM NO)). The data were obtained that in children after the rehabilitation program, significant differences were found in the improvement of the IVT and AIRS indicators, as well as in the dynamics of changes in the concentration of neurotransmitters in blood serum. Convincing data were obtained that, when positive dynamics were obtained in changes in the serum concentration of neurotransmitters, positive shifts were noted in the indicators of IVT and AIRS in primary school children. The result of the rehabilitation program was a positive trend in the indicators obtained after the Ruffier test.
Keywords:Children; Myocardial Functional Reserve; Recurrent URTI; Ruffier Test; Neurotransmitters
Citation: Leonid Ovcharenko., et al. “The Neuroautonomic Regulation Dynamic in Children with Recurrent Upper Respiratory Tract Infection and Decreased Myocardial Functional Reserve after New Rehabilitation Program” Acta Scientific Paediatrics 3.7 (2020): 39-45.
Copyright: © 2020 Leonid Ovcharenko., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.