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Title: Biomedical technologies and means for the analysis of the recovering of the functions of the deep brain structures during rehabilitation COVID-19 patients
Authors: Аврунін, О. Г.
Носова, Я. В.
Селіванова, К. Г.
Тимкович, М. Ю.
Гнатенко, О. С.
Keywords: biomedical technologies
brain
COVID-19
deep brain structures
neurological complications
olfactory dysfunction
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: NRFU
Citation: Avrunin O. Biomedical technologies and means for the analysis of the recovering of the functions of the deep brain structures during rehabilitation COVID-19 patients / O. Avrunin, O. Hnatenko, K. Selivanova, M. Tymkovych, Ya. Nosova // NRFU competition "Science for the safety of human and society", Application 2020.01/0337, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2020, p. 63. 
Abstract: Research aims to solve a pressing problem in the global pandemic COVID-19 - to create new biomedical technologies and tools to analyze the restoration of deep brain structures during rehabilitation of patients with coronavirus infection in the study of the complex relationship of some disease predictors with the development and elimination of symptoms. This area of research is promising and requires additional testing and intelligent approaches to the analysis of new data. It is in the intellectual analysis of the results of instrumental, introscopic and functional methods of diagnosis and assessment of the human nervous system is a comprehensive approach to the process of restoring the functions of the deep structures of the brain of patients with COVID-19. Therefore, there is a need to develop new methods and means of monitoring the dynamics of the functional state of patients during rehabilitation after COVID-19 disease according to modern criteria of evidence-based medicine.
URI: http://openarchive.nure.ua/handle/document/12714
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