CORRECTION OF FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF PHYSICIANS ANAESTHESIOLOGISTS-REANIMATOLOGISTS BY XENON INHALATIONS

  • Authors: Shvetsky FM1, Potievskaya VI2, Smolnikov PV3, Chizhov AY.4
  • Affiliations:
    1. Health City Hospital 51 in Moscow
    2. Russian medical academy for postgraduate education, department of anesthesiology and intensive care
    3. State Scientific Center of Laser Medicine Federal Medical and Biological Agency Russian
    4. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
  • Issue: No 4 (2016)
  • Pages: 96-104
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/ecology/article/view/14485
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Abstract


30 healthy intensive care physicians from 29 to 37 years participated in the study. The main characteristic of this group of subjects - regular daily duty responsibility (without the right to sleep) in the department of intensive care of hospital №51, Moscow. Evaluation of personality characteristics, accentuation and alarm level assessment were performed with determination of hormone profile and variability of cardiac rhythm. The inhalations of xenon-oxygen mixture were performed for correction of functional status of physicians. According to basic measurements prevalence of «strong»psychological reactive type was revealed in physicians. Cortisol level was lower normal ranges due to chronic fatigue. Xenon inhalations contributed to alarm level decrease and enhanced functional reserves of cardiovascular system evaluated by variability of cardiac rhythm assessment.

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F M Shvetsky

Health City Hospital 51 in Moscow

Alyabiev str., 7/33, Moscow, Russia, 101000

V I Potievskaya

Russian medical academy for postgraduate education, department of anesthesiology and intensive care

Barrikadnaya str., 2/1, Moscow, Russia, 125993

P V Smolnikov

State Scientific Center of Laser Medicine Federal Medical and Biological Agency Russian

Student str., 42, Moscow, Russia, 101000

A Ya Chizhov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Podolskoye Shosse, 8/5, Moscow, Russia, 113093

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