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STROKE

 

5 S.M. Kuznetsova, S.G. Mazur, A.V. Semenova, Yu.Yu. Garmash
DYNAMICS OF THE STATE OF CEREBRAL CIRCULATION IN PATIENTS OF MIDDLE AND ELDERLY AGE IN DIFFERENT PERIODS OF STROKE

 

15 V.V. Benberin, V.Y. Dudnik, А.К. Kaptagayeva, Т.А. Voshenkova, Т.Т. Kulkhan
STROKE AS A CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN: SOME FEATURES OF RISK MANAGEMENT

 

CARDIONEUROLOGY

 

20 V.V. Benberin, G.Z. Tanbaieva, A.B. Sugraliev, Zh.M. Kusymzhanova
PROFILE OF HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION FROM THE POSITION OF CARDIOEMBOLIC STROKE PREVENTION

 

24 L.B. Kuanova, S.E. Mendykulov, S.A. Daribaeva
PREVENTIVE STEPS TO REDUCE THE RISK OF STROKE AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY

 

DIAGNOSIS QUESTIONS IN NEUROLOGY

 

28 D.G. Smolko, K.T. Aliyev, D.S. Kapitonov, T.V. Lalaian, G.V. Ponomarev, O.Yu. Riabova, A.A. Skoromets, T.A. Skoromets
ON THE QUESTION OF DISCOGENIC VENOUS RADICULOMYELOISCHEMIAS

 

PHARMACOTHERAPY IN NEUROLOGY

 

33 S.M. Kuznetsova
CORRECTION STRATEGY OF THE ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH DISCIRCULATORY ENCEPHALOPATHY

 

42 T.I. Nasonova
OPTIMIZATION OF TREATMENT OF ACUTE DISORDERS CEREBRAL CIRCULATION

 

NEW PHYSIOTHERAPY METHODS IN NEUROREHABILITATION

 

50 A.L. Gorelik, A.G. Naryshkin, T.A. Skoromets, A.Yu. Yegorov, I.V. Martynov
EXPERIENCE OF THE USE OF TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION IN THE COMPLEX TREATMENT OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

 

57 THE UNIFIED CLINICAL PROTOCOLS OF PRIMARY, EMERGENCY, SECONDARY (SPECIALIZED) AND TERTIARY (HIGHLY SPECIALIZED) MEDICAL CARE OF EPILEPSY IN ADULTS

 

STRESS

 

72 E.A. Kuchuk
FROM STRESS TO RESILIENCE

 

AUTHENTICALLY

 

78 Hans Selye
STRESS WITHOUT DISTRESS

 

MEDICAL EVENTS

 

90 M.S. Yegorova
THE 3 rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEART AND BRAIN,
February 25-27, 2016, Paris (France)

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