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Functional diagnostics

Functional diagnostics

Functional diagnostics

The concept of functional diagnostics combines diagnostic procedures, the use of which allows an objective assessment of the functional capabilities of organs and systems at rest and under stress. The advantage of functional diagnostics methods is non-invasiveness, speed of implementation, the possibility of multiple repetitions, and high information content.

The concept of functional diagnostics combines diagnostic procedures, the use of which allows an objective assessment of the functional capabilities of organs and systems at rest and under stress. The advantage of functional diagnostics methods is non-invasiveness, speed of implementation, the possibility of multiple repetitions, and high information content.

In the functional diagnostics room of the professorial advisory center, the following diagnostic studies are performed:

  • electrocardiography (ECG);
  • Holter ECG monitoring (CMECG);
  • 24-hour blood pressure monitoring (ABPM);
  • rheovasography of the upper and lower extremities;
  • rheoencephalography;
  • ECG mapping in 60 leads;
  • veloergometry (VEM).

To perform diagnostic studies, the office is equipped with modern high-tech equipment:

  • computer-diagnostic complex "Intecard" (Belarus), which allows performing studies on rheovasography, rheoencephalography, electrocardiography, veloergomeria, ECG mapping in 60 leads;
  • ECG Holter monitoring systems "Kardiotekhnika-04-AD" and "Kardiotekhnika-4000" (Russia, St. Petersburg).
  • system of daily monitoring of blood pressure "Microlife" (Switzerland).
  • The cabinet staff uses the following diagnostic techniques:

Electrocardiography (ECG).
One of the main and most common diagnostic methods in cardiology. The method consists in recording the electrical activity of the heart and makes it possible to successfully detect various rhythm and conduction disturbances, assess the functional state of the myocardium, diagnose myocardial infarction and other ischemic changes. The ECG recording method is absolutely painless and safe for the patient. The equipment of the office allows not only to conduct research, but also to save previously obtained data in the archive, to use them to control the ongoing therapy. ECG is the most affordable and highly informative method for examining the heart.

Holter ECG monitoring.
Holter monitoring is an electrocardiographic study with continuous daily recording of an electrocardiogram during the period of patient's free activity. The method of functional diagnostics, which allows to objectively assess the work of the heart throughout the day This method is indispensable for assessing cardiac arrhythmias (often only daily monitoring allows you to record arrhythmias), diagnostics of coronary heart disease. Holter monitoring is used to identify indications for surgical treatment of the heart, coronary angiography, and for the correction of drug therapy.

24-hour blood pressure monitoring (ABPM)
A method for diagnosing changes in blood pressure and evaluating the effectiveness of drug correction. Throughout the day, the portable device records blood pressure indicators that occur against the background of the patient's usual lifestyle. In some cases, it is this technique that makes it possible to exclude arterial hypertension arising from the stress of visiting a doctor, as well as to fix prognostically unfavorable nocturnal hypertension.

Rheoencephalography (REG).
Rheoencephalography is a method of studying the circulatory system of the brain by registering the electrical resistance of tissues. Allows you to assess the elasticity of the walls of the vessels of the brain and their tone, peripheral vascular resistance; get information about the state of the arteries and veins of the brain on the right and left, in the region of the brain, the blood supply of which comes from the carotid arteries and in the region of the brain, which is supplied by the vertebral arteries.

Rheovasography (RVG).
Rheovasography is a method for assessing the state of arterial and venous blood flow in the vessels of the extremities, more often the legs. It is performed by assessing the pulse blood filling of certain parts of the body and assessing the tone and patency of peripheral vessels. The method allows you to assess the condition of the arteries and veins of the investigated area.

ECG mapping in 60 leads.
Surface multichannel computerized ECG mapping is a study based on the distribution of electrical potentials of the heart to the surface of the chest. Unlike conventional electrocardiographic techniques, which measure and analyze the parameters of the heart's electric field at a small number of points on the torso surface, mapping methods use multiple sensors, and signals from all of these sensors are recorded synchronously. It is used for the diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction, topics and volume of cicatricial changes in the myocardium in patients with coronary artery disease.

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