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Possibilities of non-drug correction of menopausal disorders in women with metabolic syndrome: focus on prothrombogenic potential of the blood and pro-inflammatory status

https://doi.org/10.15829/1560-4071-2019-4-53-60

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Aim. To study the dynamics of hemostasis, markers of systemic inflammation on the background of non-drug correction of menopausal disorders in women with metabolic syndrome (MS).

Material and methods. Three hundred thirty women 45-50 years old with MS and menopausal disorders are divided into 5 groups. Basic treatment received all women. In the study group and comparison groups, the following were included in the treatment program: physiotherapy exercises, drinking balneotherapy, oral multivitamins and minerals, as well as physical factors in various combinations (vibrotherapy, chromotherapy, melotherapy, aromatherapy, aero ionotherapy). The concentration of fibrinogen, C-reactive protein (CRP), hemostasis parameters were determined in dynamics.

Results. After 6 months of use of all medical complexes with physiotherapy in patients with menopausal syndrome of mild severity, a significant increase in the level of international normalized ratio (INR) was observed from 0,99 to 1,04, fibrinogen level regressed by 14,6-15,4%, CRP by 16,3-20,5% (p<0,05). In patients with climacteric syndrome of moderate severity, the best results were achieved when using the complex with a full set of all the listed factors: an increase in the INR level from 0,97 to 1,01, a decrease in the level of fibrinogen by 14,6%, and the CRP level — by 19,6% (p<0,05).

Conclusion. Polymodal programs, including physiotherapy, improve hemostasis, provide reducing the level of inflammatory markers. In moderate climacteric disorders, the priority is given to the program with simultaneous use of vibrotherapy, chromotherapy, melotherapy, aromatherapy and aeroionotherapy.

About the Authors

R. R. Berihanova
Central Clinical Hospital of General Aviation; I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
Russian Federation
Moscow


I. A. Minenko
I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
Russian Federation
Moscow


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Berihanova R.R., Minenko I.A. Possibilities of non-drug correction of menopausal disorders in women with metabolic syndrome: focus on prothrombogenic potential of the blood and pro-inflammatory status. Russian Journal of Cardiology. 2019;(4):53-60. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15829/1560-4071-2019-4-53-60

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