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Xenon effect on electro­physiological markers in oncology patients with postcastration ­syndrome during early post­operative period: pilot studies

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Abstract

Breast cancer (BC) takes a leading position among all malignant neoplasms in women. One of the critical aspects of the radical treatment of BC is the development of post-castration syndrome (PCS) in patients of reproductive age, who as a rule reach physiological, social and professional maturity, competence and status in the period up to 45 years of age. Traditionally used hormone replacement therapy, despite its high efficiency, has a number of contraindications and side effects. Therefore, it is urgent to develop and implement in clinical practice the effective methods of rehabilitation of patients with PCS. One of the main areas of research is the study of the prospects for the use of therapeutic xenon-oxygen mixtures in restorative medicine, as it has a pronounced anti-stress, hormone-modulating, antidepressant and sedative effect.

Imprint

Oleg I. Kit, Mikhail Y. Rudenko, Yulia Yu. Arapova, Tatiana P. Protasova, Alla I. Shikhlyarova, Eduard E. Rostorguev, Natalia N. Popova, Natalia S. Kuznetsova, Viktoria V. Pozdnyakova. Xenon effect on electro­physiological markers in oncology patients with postcastration ­syndrome during early post­operative period: pilot studies. Cardiometry; Issue 11; November 2017; р.85–92; DOI: 10.12710/cardiometry.2017.11.8592; Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no11-november-2017/xenon-effect-on-electro­physiological-markers

Keywords

Postcastration syndrome,  Xenon,  EEG,  ECG,  Psychoemotional state
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