Combined application of surgical treatment methods and natural factors

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As you progress in medical science and practice, improved methods of diagnosis and treatment of a huge number of acquired and congenital diseases.
In the Arsenal of tools used for strengthening health of people, a strong position long won surgical methods. These methods of treatment, although involves certain risk to life, indispensable in cases of sudden disasters (intracavitary hemorrhage, perforation of the stomach or intestines, inversion thin or thick guts or other organs, ectopic pregnancy etc). A very important role surgical methods in treatment of patients with tumors or defects of organs and tissues, is incompatible with life, with the injury or illness which requires the replacement of one or other organs or tissues.
As the development of medical knowledge more clearly and broadly formulated indications and contra-indications to surgical treatment. It is obvious that not all patients even surgical diseases, subject to surgical treatment, especially when it is up to him direct testimony. To operate, for example, all of 17.5% of patients presented in the General structure of diseases, varicose veins (representing our country has about 5 million people), probably, it is impractical, because among these patients, there is a significant portion be primarily conservative treatment; another, smaller part, cannot be operated due to contraindications for surgery. This is especially true for elderly patients.
In recent decades as a result of technicaly surgical "production", the introduction of new technology, combined with electronics and Cybernetics, radiation energy, and above all with the use of laser, as well as the latest devices for anesthesia and medications have been widely used for heart surgery and vessels, esophagus and stomach, bronchopulmonary system and the mediastinum, the organs of sight and hearing, brain and spinal cord, to the digestive organs and the selection of a support and movement, etc. Now there is no body of man, which would, if necessary, not penetrated surgical instruments and in respect of which would not be developed effective surgical methods of treatment.
And nevertheless be operated only by direct indications for surgery. Moreover, for a number of diseases can occur adverse effects of surgical intervention. This is evidenced by clinical evidence. A significant part of the operated appear syndromes, which was absent before the operation. They are associated with the development of regulation violations of various functions essential adaptive systems, or with the creation after surgery conditions for the emergence of new forms of diseases.
For explanations of these provisions, we give a concrete illustration, which will allow to define the place and importance of surgical treatment methods in the General complex of rehabilitation measures applied to patients with diseases of digestive organs, the heart and cardiovascular, bronchopulmonary system, bones and joints.
In recent years, much has changed tactics of surgical treatment of patients with peptic ulcer of stomach and duodenal ulcers: are less radical surgery (resection of 2/3 of the stomach, the imposition of anastomoses), are combined methods of surgical treatment of partial resection of the stomach, pyloroplasty and selective vagotomy. Anyhow, but the destruction of ulcerative substrate does not eliminate ulcer disease, is not conducive to recovery options adaptive systems, and first of all of sympathetic-adrenal, pituitary-adrenal. As a result of this later (after the operation) develop dumping syndrome (weakness, sweating, a feeling of warmth, dizziness, palpitations, nausea after eating, especially sweet), postoperative gastritis, peptic ulcer of the stomach or jejunum, inflammation of the pancreas, or inflammatory disease of the liver.