Physics of Biology


Effect of Aobo Celebral Rehabilitation Medical Apparatus Treatment on Cerebral Circulation and Cerebral Function

Authors: Mingde Jiao Zuodong Sun

[Objective] To observe the clinical effect of Aobo Cerebral Rehabilitation Medical Apparatus instrument on cerebral hemodynamics and cerebral function. [Methods] 180 patients with cerebrovascular disease were divided into cerebral infarction group (CAI), cerebral arteriosclerosis group (CAS), vertebral basilar artery insufficiency group (VBI), each group of 60 cases, according to the order of treatment, the patients were divided into two groups: drug treatment group and treatment group, each group of 30 cases. The drug therapy group according to the disease treatment of conventional dosage, the treatment group were treated with Aobo Cerebral Rehabilitation Medical Apparatus , continuous treatment for 30 days. Using transcranial Doppler ultrasound to reflect changes in cerebral hemodynamics (TCD) EEG and reflect the brain functional changes (BEAM) as the observation index. [Results] The average blood flow velocity in cerebral infarction group, cerebral arteriosclerosis group, vertebral basilar artery insufficiency group using the instrument after treatment than before treatment, TCD increased by 23.9% (P<0.01), 18.3% (P<0.05), 28.3% (P<0.01), estimation of cerebral blood flow were increased by 50.6% (P<0.01), 25.3% (P<0.05), 43.2% (P< 0.01), decreased by 7.9% respectively slow wave power spectrum of BEAM (P<0.05), 4.5% (P<0.05), 7.8% (P<0.01), its therapeutic effect is far better than the drug treatment group superior. [Conclusions] Aobo Cerebral Rehabilitation Medical Apparatus treatment for the cerebral blood flow in patients with ischemic cerebrovascular disease were significantly increased, and significantly improve brain function, activation of brain cells in the inhibitory state, to accelerate the rehabilitation of patients with brain function.

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