DOI: https://doi.org/10.26641/2307-0404.2018.1.124919

Prevention and treatment of cognitive disturbances caused by combat trauma with the protection of energy supply of cells by reamberin.

A. A. Krishtafor

Abstract


Objective: to investigate the state of cognitive functions in victims with combat trauma on the background of reamberin using. We studied 37 patients, injured simultaneously in different parts of the body during fighting, divided into treatment and control groups. The severity of the injury was determined by the ISS and EmTraS scales. The severity of the condition – according to generally accepted clinical and laboratory indicators, as well as by SAPS II scale. Cognitive functions were determined by the CFQ questionnaire (retrospectively the condition before the trauma and 3 months after was determined), MoCA (on day 2, when trans­ferred from the intensive care unit and at discharge from the hospital). Results: It was established that by the severity of the injury and the incoming severity of the somatic state two groups did not differ statistically. The state of cognitive functions before wound in the wounded of both groups was not statistically different and was not beyond the norm. On the second day in the control group, the cognitive functions decreased to the level of dysfunction (82.7±5.0%), while in the main one they did not cross the control limit of 10% of the baseline level (89.0±2.2%). Further dynamics in the reamberin group confirmed its protective properties with respect to cognitive functions, but this effect was not prolonged after the end of therapy. Conclusion: The use of reamberin in the complex intensive care of severe combat trauma can prevent a significant decrease of cognitive functions in the early post-traumatic period, but this effect is of short aftereffect time, therefore, its prolonged usage is necessary for the stable recovery of cognitive functions.


Keywords


cognitive disorders; combat trauma; reamberin

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