Efficiency Of Rehabilitation For The Patients After Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (Cabg)

Marius Atkočiūnas, Viktorija Kauliūtė, Raimundas Kubilius, Jūratė Samėnienė Abstract Rehabilitation of cardio patients is a balanced set of means, ensuring the best physical, psychical and social conditions that allow patients after acute cardiovascular diseases to preserve and return optimal social functions, to improve healthy behaviour, to slow down or to prevent disease progress (DP). A…

Occupational Therapy And Physiotherapy Procedure Analysis In 2008-2015 Year

Alvydas Juocevičius, Raimonda Kavaliauskaitė, Rūta Rakštelytė Abstract The article carried out rehabilitation measurement analysis applied to inpatient patients in 2008-2015 year. We analyzed the serviced people variation number of procedures, length of stay in rehabilitation department and the employes establishment structure and load transitions. The study results show that in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre…

Isokinetic Training For Adolescents Low Back Pain Rehabilitation

Tomas Aukštikalnis, Juozas Raistenskis, Romualdas Sinkevičius, Lina Varnienė, Vaiva Strukčinskaitė, Vilma Dudonienė, Kristina Aukštikalnienė, Emilis Janeliauskas, Emilija Šinkūnienė Abstract The objective of study: to compare the effectiveness of isokinetic training and spine stabilization exercises in low back pain for adolescents. Materials and methods: The research was set in Children‘s Hospital, Affiliate of Vilnius University Hospital…

Rehabilitation Strategies For Facial Nerve Neuropathy

Paula Martinkaitytė, Radvilė Griškevičiūtė, Monika Vieversytė, Lina Varžaitytė, Raimondas Savickas Abstract People suffering from facial nerve damage usually complain about the flaccid paralysis of the face, inability to close the eye, smile on affected side, disapearance of nasolabial wrinkle, drooping of the corner of the mouth. This has a negative impact not only on physical,…

The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health for Children and Youth and Experience of its Implementation in Child Rehabilitation

Aleksandras Kriščiūnas, Irena Jarmalavičiūtė, Žilvinas Malinauskas Abstract International Classification of Functioning, Disability andHealth for Children and Youth extends the list of categories ofclassification supplementing it with childhood-specific categories.These categories are targeted for child growth and development.The biggest addition of components is in Activities and Participationdomains.Complexity of classification causes a problem in adaptationof classification in practice…

Personality Traits of Substance Abusers in Rehabilitation Centers

Mykolas Baltrūnas, Albinas Bagdonas, Antanas Kairys, Audronė Liniauskaitė, Vilmantė Pakalniškienė Abstract The main objective of this study was to research the personality traits of substance abusers in rehabilitation centers and correctional facilities, and their possible connections with well-being. To obtain this objective, four goals were set: 1. to evaluate personality traits of substance abusers and…

The Effect of Inpatient Rehabilitation on the Course of Disease in Patients After Stroke

Daiva Sudmantienė, Geriuldas Žiliukas, Danguolė Drungilienė, Henrikas Kazlauskas Abstract A stroke can cause prolonged disability and affects the quality of life. Actively and on time started a complex rehabilitation improves the progress of the disease, helps to recover lost functions, avoid complications, provides an opportunity for patients to maximum adjust to their activities of daily…

First Research Experiences with Chinese-Style Acupuncture Inside Lithuanian Rehabilitation Center in Klaipeda

Louisa Silva, Artūras Razbadauskas, Nijolė Šostakienė, Rita Vaičekauskaitė, Jonas Tilvikas Abstract Acupuncture is one of the oldest complementary therapies used to treat chronic pain. WHO in Review and Analysis of Reports on Controlled Clinical Trials about Acupuncture note that researches on acupuncture are extremely difficult to conduct. It is already proved that acupuncture analgesia works…

Evaluation of Rehabilitation Effectiveness Applying International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health

Alvydas Juocevičius, Lina Būtėnaitė, Ieva Eglė Jamontaitė Abstract Introduction. The international classification of functioning, disability and health (ICF), which reflects the biopsychosocial model was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2001. There are a great number of methodologies for evaluating effectiveness of rehabilitation after spinal cord injury but all of them analyze certain…

Rehabilitation Organization Specifics for Children With Musculoskeletal Diseases in Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation Departments

Alvydas Juocevičius, Juozas Raistenskis, Kristina Zalumskytė, Jolita Molytė, Algirdas Valiulis Abstract In order to assess rehabilitation organization specifics at Vilnius University Hospital departments: in Children‘s Hospital (CH) and in “Saulutė” of Druskininkai, for children with musculoskeletal diseases were retrospectively analyzed 106 patients (41 in CH, 65 in “Saulutė”). an average of 20 days. In both…