Cardio-oсulometric indicators to grade psychophysiological readiness of students to examinations are described herein. Given is an experimental evidence that transitions from a low level of psychophysiological readiness of students to examinations to a high level of such readiness thereto is really accompanied by significant changes in the organism performance, first of all, in that of the heart.
CardiometryHeart rate variabilityBaevsky stress indexPsychophysiological readinessExaminationsUnified state examination (USE)EyetrackingStress toleranceAutonomic coefficientTotal deviation from the LüscherValneffer autogenic norm
The paper presents our experimental evidence of validity of our hypothesis that definite, substantively different, psychophysiological states of a human individual can be really fixed with the use of metaphoric associative cards, and that transitions from one psychophysiological state to another are accompanied by significant changes in the performance of the human organism, and, first of all, in the performance of the heart.
CardiometryHeart rate variabilityBaevsky stress indexEmotional stateBaevsky stress indexValidityEmotional stateCoaching associative cardsMetaphoric associative cardsPsychocorrectionPsychotherapyPsychological consultationStressSubjective genesisSupra situational activityPsychosomatic selfregulation
Studies of hemodynamics in critical patients under intensive care unit conditions have been a very difficult task until now . There are a number of reasons for that. No instruments capable of noninvasively recording data on hemodynamics and metabolism, as well as the cardiovascular system performance, could be used.
The article provides a review of the recommender systems application in medical field, cardiology, in particular. The concept of recommender systems is defined, the brief history of the recommender systems development is given.
Recommender systemFilteringCollaborativeContentHybridInformation retrievalMRSPEHC
We have performed the study of the effects made by the automated plasmapheresis application on ischemic heart disease clinical manifestations, echocardiographic indices and heart rate variability in patients with exertional angina III-IV functional class.
Exertional anginaPlasmapheresisEchocardiographyHeart rate variabilityHolter monitoring