Perspectives Of The Application Of The Transcutaneous
Electrostimulation With Biofeedback In Cadriology

Tarakanov A., Milyutina N., Tarakanova T., Musieva L.,
Kartashova N., Miktadova N., Rostov-on-Don, Russia


Comperative analysis of SCENAR therapy and common methods of treatment of patients with cardiologycal disease at different stages of medical help – emergency, hospital and ambulatory therapy.

Matherial and Methods

SCENAR therapy was provided by physicians, working in emergency room, ambulatory and hiospitals, using unified methodics and instructions. SCENAR 97.4, SCENAR 97.5, TENS SCENAR Devices were used.

Priorities for SCENAR treatment were: hypertonic disease with no effect from medication treatment and encefalopathy; hypertonic and hypotonic crises; acute myocardial infarction (2-3 days after hospitalisation); patiets with postinfarction stenocardia; neurocirculatorial distonia in adults and children.

Clinical, instrumental and biochemical examinations, special examinations for the activity of peroxide oxidation of lipids (POL) and for the condition of antioxidant system (AOS) of plasma and erethrocites, were made to the patients.

In most of the cases SCENAR treatment was combined with medications. In 40-60% of the cases monotherapy with SCENAR was provided.

The analysis of the results proved the high efectivenes and safety of SCENAR therapy in cardiology diseases. All of the physicians, who took part in the clinical examinations, noted the safety of this method of treatment.

SCENAR treatment and the common methods was compaired by clinical and biochemical characteristics.