This paper is devoted to a topical problem of rehabilitative therapy of children with ecological disadaptation syndrome under the conditions of a health resort. Original approaches to the improvement of efficiency of treatment are described with reference to different therapeutic modalities. The study demonstrated advantages of modulation peloidotherapy targeting adaptive and reflectory responsiveness of the patients over traditional methods of mud application.
The experiments on 176 Wistar rats were performed for the first time to clarify mechanisms underlying anti-inflammatory action of the Deshembinskoe Lake mud in experimental arthritis. The new data obtained gave evidence supporting application of Deshembinskoe Lake mud in inflammatory diseases of the joints.
The objective of the present work was to develop indications for the combined treatment of patients presenting with osteoarthrosis including the use of peloid applications and intramuscular injections of alflutop. The study was based at Yakty-Kul' health resort and included 94 patients at the age from 40 to 59 years. The proposed method was shown to have beneficial effect on the patients' clinical conditions. In addition, the treatment caused a decrease in the level of tumour necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) that turned out to be related to the articular index.