Craniocerebral injury

Craniocerebral injury is a damage of the brain, its membraines, vessels, bones of skull and external covers of the head as a result of trauma.

Signs of the risk of craniocerebral injury:

  • loss of consciousness
  • headache
  • nausea
  • dizziness
  • often possible (nystagmus) increased or decreased AP

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What to do at the beginning of craniocerebral injury?

Review of a neurologist CT, MRT, staying in bed for 3-4 weeks.

Consequences of untreated craniocerebral injury at the beginning of disease:

— Irreversible changes in the brain, which make progress in posttraumatic encephalopathy

Our comprehensive approaches to the diagnosis of craniocerebral injury

Integrated non-invasive diagnostics includes:

  1. Ultrasound diagnostics of main and peripheral arteries and veins of head, liver, kidney and limb regional circulation
  2. Capillaroscopy of the thinnest vessels of the human body
  3. ECG-screening of ischemic changes in myocardium
  4. Electroencephalography – assessment of the brain functioning
  5. Somatic examination
  6. Neurological examination
  7. Rehabilitation examination – assessment of adaptiveness of the vascular system to physical and emotional loads
  8. Psychodiagnostics on the subject of exclusion of psychosomatic etiology of the disease and influence of fixed emotional loads on the vascular system

 The benefits of diagnosis and treatment of craniocerebral injury in our clinic

The clinic’s work is based on innovative technologies of Lushchyk U.B., MD developed in Veritas Research Center.

Our clinic operates with author’s innovative approaches to diagnostics and treatment of the whole human body that have been successfully applied for 20 years on the health care market:

1)    The integrated approach to assessment of pathologies of the whole human body

2)    The emphasis on the vascular system investigation as the main channel of organs’ and systems’ blood supply

3)    Unique technologies for investigation of the venous system as the system of blood outflow – a prototype of a sewerage system in the human  body

4)    Assessment of the organism’s functioning on the level of blood supply sufficiency and organ or system functioning

5)    Assessment of the organism’s adaptiveness and adequacy of its functioning on physical and psychoemotional loads

6)    Assessment of the logic of recreational (sanogenic) or pathological adaptations of the organism to different environmental changes (meteodependence, meteosensitivity, meteoropathies)

7)    Comprehension of the logic of organism’s responses to different diseases

The effectiveness of treatment of craniocerebral injury at the Clinic of Healthy Vessels

Diagnostics (integrated examination) We suggest to choose the following treatment modes: out-patient, medicated or integrated treatment with rehabilitation Medical prophylaxis
We recommend Out-patient treatment Intensive medicated treatment Individually selected integrated treatment+ rehabilitation (neurorehabilitation)

 

  We recommend
It enables to improve health by
Monitoring for first 3 months 30-50% with a certain consequences of an injury 50-70% for 1 month of treatment 50-90% for 1-3 months of treatment depending on the severity Once per six months/year depending on the severity

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