Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Cerebral palsy


The Content and Structure of Tele-physiotherapy module (i-TelePT) for the management of children with Cerebral Palsy in an inclusive educational settings: A Qualitative Study

Pardeep K. Pahwa; Shobha Sharma; Suresh Mani

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 118-127

Background: Preliminary evidence showed that school-based therapeutic interventions as related services implemented by special educators under supervision of therapists proclaims effectiveness to prevent physical ailments in Cerebral Palsy children. Apparently,barriers addressed by special educators in delivering physiotherapy services hinder the progress of children in curricular & co-curricular activities. Assuming the barriers, special educators intercepted about substitutive technological therapeutic approach delineating content and module of novelty in terms of inclusive Telephysiotherapy (i-TelePT) to combat physical ailments in educational settings.

DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT ASPECTS OF SECONDARY NEUROENDOCRINE CHANGES IN ACUTE TWIN BRAIN INJURIES

Kuldasheva Yayraxon Mirzakarimovna; Xaydarova Feruza Alimovna - d.m.n., prof.; Kuldashev Kahramonjon Abdukhalilovich; Khakimova Zilola Kahramonjonovna; Inomova Gulmira Kakhramonjonovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 572-581

Nowadays, neuroendocrine symptoms following twin brain injuries (twin brain injuries) are more common and negatively affect the outcome of Brain Double Injuries by reducing the overall quality of life. However, research from the scientific literature suggests that neuroendocrine dysfunctions, particularly hypopituitarism, play an important role in the etiology of complications. It has been found that postoperative hypopituitarism has been a clinically common phenomenon in the last twenty years and is likely to contribute significantly to these disorders, given the parallelism of adenohypophysis among those following neuroendocrine changes associated with hypopituitarism other than cerebral palsy. In this our scientific study, we sought to explore hypothesized pathophysiological mechanisms based on neuroendocrine anomalies after a Brain Double Injury through an overview, improved on the basis of an analysis of early diagnosis and treatment aspects

CORRELATION OF NEUROLOGICAL AND NUTRITIVE STATUS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PARALYSIS

Z.F., Mavlyanova; Sh. Khusinova; Sh. Sabirova, assistant; S. Umirova, assistant

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1615-1621

Cerebral palsy is a neuromuscular disease that is often complicated by
nutritional problems in children and adolescents. At the same time, violations of the
nutritional status are a frequent manifestation of the underlying disease, worsen its course
and reduce the effectiveness of rehabilitation. The currently used classification of forms of
cerebral palsy does not reflect the overall severity of the disease, expressed in the degree of
impairment of motor functions, which is important in clinical practice. The article
discusses the possibility of using the GMFCS classification to assess the severity of
movement disorders in children with cerebral palsy.

IMPROVING THE TACTICS OF TREATING CHILDREN WITH SEVERE CEREBRAL PALSY

Zilola Mavlyanova; Gulnoza Burkhanova; Maftuna Ravshanova; Sardor Makhmudov; Sanzhar Kholboyev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1623-1631

This article discusses severe forms of cerebral palsy in children of different ages
and the development of anemia in these children, and iron supplements are needed to treat
such children (III). The lack of data on this disease and the effect of ferric iron
preparations on the course and prognosis of infantile cerebral palsy served as the
relevance of the study.
The aim of the study. To evaluate the effectiveness of the use of ferric iron (Emfer)
preparations on the course and prognosis of infantile cerebral palsy.
Materials and research methods. To achieve this goal, the results of treatment of 67 sick
children with severe cerebral palsy were analyzed. Children age from 2 to 17 years old. All
patients were ranked by age groups in accordance with the age classification with the
GMFCS scale: up to 2 years old - 9 children (13.43%), 2-3 years old - 11 children (16.4%),
4-6 years old - 18 children (26.8%), 7-12 years old - 15 children (22.38%), 13-17 years old -
14 children (20.9%). The study group was divided into 3 subgroups of motor deficit
according to the GMFCS scale: level 3 - 16 children (23.88%), level 4 - 20 children
(29.85%), level 5 - 31 children (46.27%). All patients were divided into 2 groups - the main
group - 38 children (56.71%, age - 11.04 ± 6.3 years), for whom anemia was corrected
using the Emfer preparation based on ferric iron, and the comparison group - 29 children
(43.29%, age - 12.06 ± 5.1 years), who were treated without iron supplements.

CLINICAL, NEUROLOGICAL AND COGNITIVE MANIFESTATIONS IN DIFFERENT FORMS OF CEREBRAL PALSY

Yakutkhon Madjidova; Durdona Mukhammadzhanova; Nodira Azimova; Gulchekhra Isakova; Aziza Dzhurabekova; Shavkat Kabilov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3112-3117

The article presents the results of a study of 52 children with various forms
of cerebral palsy. The analysis of risk factors for the development of cerebral palsy. The
diagnosis of cognitive impairment, including memory impairment in children with cerebral
palsy, is one of most significant tasks, since it determines the characteristics and prognosis of
both medical and social rehabilitation, while the differentiation of retardation of mental
retardation and marked retardation is extremely significant.