REHABILITATION MEASURES OF DENTAL DIRECTION IN PATIENTS WITH JUVENILE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS IN SANATORIUM-RESORT CONDITIONS
Physiotherapeutic procedures normalize physicochemical processes at the cellular and molecular levels. The complex application of natural factors for reducing the interference of the leading pathological focus and deviations of other localization, including the maxillofacial region is actual. The purpose of the study is the development of a therapeutic and prophylactic dental complex for patients with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) staying in sanatorium. Material and methods. 30 patients with JRA in the Evpatoriya were examined. Patients of the comparison group receved standart therapy. Patients of the main group additionally received bioresonance stimulation (BRS) of the collar zone and projection of large salivary glands; the oral cavity was rinsed with a solution of the brine from Saky’s Lake. Dental indices, rate of salivation, saliva viscosity, cortisol and ACTH in oral fluid and blood were determined. Results. The effectiveness of dental care in resort conditions was noted in both groups, but the reduction of rate of salivation and viscosity of oral fluid was more dynamic (on 31,58% and 15,6%), reflecting the ability of the BRS to regulate functional activity salivary glands. Cortisol in the OF decreased, which indirectly indicated the physiological activity of the excretory apparatus of the salivary glands at the level of transport molecular metabolism. Conclusions. Staying patients with JRA in the sanatorium-resort conditions in Evpatoriya has a general health effect. “Small” balneotherapy of the brine from Saky’s Lake improves oral hygiene. BRS-therapy restores the functional activity of salivary glands, promotes regulation of cortisol and ACTH levels. Providing rehabilitation dental care for patients with JRA, in the conditions of the resort is justified.
About the authorsKaladze N.N.
Galkina Olga Petrovna
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