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ACHIEVEMENTS of the patient VICTOR M. (ATO soldier)

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ACHIEVEMENTS of the patient VICTOR M. (ATO soldier)

Victor M., born in 1979, received a shrapnel wound to his head on June 24, 2014, near Mirny (Slavyansk, Donetsk region) in the ATO zone. With consequences of the grave gunshot injury to the head, a mine-explosive severe open TBI the patient addressed to NODUS.

The aim of the treatment of the patient was prevention and the most possible reduction of the neurological deficiency, achieving the maximum physical, psychological, social, recovery of the man, improvement the patient's quality of life.

On June 9, 2015 the patient was admitted to NODUS for free rehabilitation in the framework of the charitable project on rehabilitation of soldiers and volunteers injured in the ATO zone.

A program of Individual rehabilitation was created.

The condition of the patient at the beginning of the inpatient rehabilitation was satisfactory. However, despite the anti-convulsant therapy, cramps seizures of generalized nature persisted.

The neuro-rehabilitation course for this patient included the local transcranial magnetic stimulation of the central nervous system (brain). Pharmacotherapy with the selection of anticonvulsants (multiplicity and dosage) with the measurement of concentration of the drug in the blood. Electrosleep (for reduction of the threshold of vascular activity).

Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the brain


Victor successfully completed the rehabilitation. The offerred anticonvulsant therapy along with the course of local transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) led to an improvement of the bioelectric activity of the brain in the area of clinical compensated anticonvulsant effect.

Донині в Нодусі діє Благодійний проект реабілітаційного лікування поранених в зоні АТО військовослужбовців та добровольців
neuropsychological rehabilitation
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