Combined application of surgical treatment methods and natural factors

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After heart surgery occurs primarily the need to ensure the organism with oxygen to resolve hypoxia and recovery of single balance, i.e. normal proportions between consumption of oxygen, overlap resulting deficit due to illness, and evacuation of carbon dioxide and accumulated metabolites in the external world, as well as in the restoration of normal cardiohemodynamic, ensuring energy and plastic materials primarily brain and myocardium.
To ensure these requests of the body is necessary in the first days after the operation to be included into the complex of treatment and remediation of physical therapy and especially breathing exercises, early move in bed by one, on the other side, and then after the first stage hospital treatment of such patients to be directed to the second stage of treatment and rehabilitation assistance in a local country sanatorium. Such tactics are very important to expedite the process of restoration of the functional activity not only cardiohemodynamic, but the blood supply of all organs and tissues, and also for elimination of inactivity, improvement of tissues trophism, especially endomyocardial, to prevent the possibility of unexpected complications.
Therefore differentiated use of natural therapeutic factors for the completion phase of treatment and the first stage of rehabilitation of such patients is of great medical-biological and sociological value. Medical-biological significance of these events is that the use of natural therapeutic factors for specific lightweight methods promotes rapid healing of intracardiac wound surface, restoration of blood supply to endomyocardial and intracardiac hemodynamics, especially the elimination of hypertension in the pulmonary circulation. The sociological sense of rational use of nature in order to strengthen the health of patients who underwent a complex of operations on the cardiovascular system, is that promote health and elimination of various complications contribute to fast return operated to work. This reduces the expenses of the state for temporary disability, reduces the frequency of disability and reduce the cost of maintaining such patients in hospital.
However, the therapeutic tactics in surgical intervention for patients with congenital and acquired heart defects varies, as in rheumatic disease, for example, can cause rheumatic fever, which sometimes ends adversely. Therefore, these patients must carefully prepare for surgery and subjected to complex treatment after the conference. If prior to surgery in the absence of signs of acute rheumatic process are essential restorative means including the use of natural therapeutic factors (in the absence of symptoms of heart failure), then after the operation, the focus should be concentrated on the suppression of rheumatic process. In these cases, along with salicylic drugs should be used high-frequency electromagnetic waves on intensive methods or hormonal medications, depending on General condition of the patient.
If rheumatic process under the influence of surgical intervention is not activated, then it is advisable such patients 3-4 weeks to pay the first stage of rehabilitation in local cardiological sanatorium.
Rational mode of life - dosed walking on the path, therapeutic exercises, sleep on air, air baths, the appointment of pulse currents by the method of electrosleep, balanced diet, and in the winter time skiing - all this contributes to the restoration of cardiohemodynamic, health promotion, the successful conduct of the first stage of rehabilitation.