Physiological substantiation of system for individual prenosological control

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The article presents the physiological justification of individual prenosological control, which aims to assess the dynamic adaptation risks to predict adaptation disorders. Disease development is preceded at first by the prenosological and then by premorbid conditions. Definitely, these states in healthy people are the object of prenosological control. The heart rate variability analysis was used, which allows using mathematical models and probabilistic approach to estimate the probabilities of different functional states: physiological norm, prenosological and premorbid conditions and adaptation breakdowns. Four groups of individuals with low, medium, high and very high risk of disadaptation were classified at investigation of 120 healthy subjects under long-term medical and environmental research project “Mars-500”. Representative examples of the functional state of annual dynamics show that at very high risk of adaptation of practically healthy people in autumn and spring there are signs of premorbid state. Results of individual prenosological control in a group of volunteers - scientific workers, have shown that even normal daily loads cause a transition to prenosological state. Presented data confirm the viability of the further development of individual prenosological control systems.

O N Isaeva

Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Email: olga.isaeva33@yandex.ru
Russian Federation State Scientific Center

A G Chernikova

Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Email: anna.imbp@mail.ru
Russian Federation State Scientific Center

R M Baevsky

Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Email: rmb1928@mail.ru
Russian Federation State Scientific Center

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