Prediction algorithm of the functional state of women with postmastectomy syndrome
Purpose: to create an algorithm for prediction of functional status of women with postmastectomy syndrome in terms of the cardiovascular system.
Material & Methods: theoretical analysis of scientific and methodical literature, chest rheography, tonometry, methods of mathematical statistics. The study involved 165 women with postmastectomy syndrome who underwent radical mastectomy for Madden.
Results: It was developed a method for calculating the forecast level of the integral function of the cardiovascular system of women with postmastectomy syndrome, which took into account the value of an objective definition parameters of central hemodynamic, taking into account their weight coefficients in the structure of the integral index.
Conclusions: the proposed method allows a high degree of reliability to assess the level and conduct a quick monitoring of the functional state of the cardiovascular system of women with postmastectomy syndrome, as well as determine the effectiveness of treatment, rehabilitation, and make adjustments in the rehabilitation program.
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