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Эффективность стимуляции блуждающего нерва при эпилепсии (обзор литературы и описание клинического случая)

https://doi.org/10.17650/2073-8803-2019-14-2-7-17

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Несмотря на значительные успехи, достигнутые в эпилептологии, резистентные к терапии эпилепсии составляют примерно 30 % всех форм этого заболевания. Даже с учетом широких возможностей применения современных медикаментозных и немедикаментозных методов лечения остается значительная часть пациентов с устойчивой к лечению эпилепсией, у которых антиэпилептические препараты неэффективны и оперативное лечение невозможно. В этой группе пациентов сохраняет свою актуальность фармакотерапия с поиском новых эффективных антиэпилептических препаратов, а также поиск альтернативных методов, одним из которых является стимуляция блуждающего нерва. Авторы представляют обзор литературы, посвященный показаниям к применению, эффективности и переносимости метода стимуляции блуждающего нерва при эпилепсии, и описание наблюдаемого случая эффективности применения данного метода у пациента с резистентной формой эпилепсии.

Об авторах

О. А. Пылаева
ООО «Институт детской неврологии и эпилепсии им. Святителя Луки»; ООО «Институт детской и взрослой неврологии и эпилепсии им. Святителя Луки»
Россия

Ольга Анатольевна Пылаева

108840 Москва, Троицк, ул. Нагорная, 5, 

119579 Москва, ул. Академика Анохина, 9



В. А. Чадаев
ООО «Институт детской и взрослой неврологии и эпилепсии им. Святителя Луки»
Россия

119579 Москва, ул. Академика Анохина, 9



М. Ю. Бобылова
ООО «Институт детской неврологии и эпилепсии им. Святителя Луки»; ООО «Институт детской и взрослой неврологии и эпилепсии им. Святителя Луки»
Россия

108840 Москва, Троицк, ул. Нагорная, 5,

119579 Москва, ул. Академика Анохина, 9 



К. Ю. Мухин
ООО «Институт детской неврологии и эпилепсии им. Святителя Луки»; ООО «Институт детской и взрослой неврологии и эпилепсии им. Святителя Луки»
Россия

108840 Москва, Троицк, ул. Нагорная, 5,

119579 Москва, ул. Академика Анохина, 9 



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Пылаева О.А., Чадаев В.А., Бобылова М.Ю., Мухин К.Ю. Эффективность стимуляции блуждающего нерва при эпилепсии (обзор литературы и описание клинического случая). Русский журнал детской неврологии. 2019;14(2):7-17. https://doi.org/10.17650/2073-8803-2019-14-2-7-17

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Pylaeva O.A., Chadaev V.A., Bobylova M.Y., Mukhin K.Y. Efficienc y of vag us nerve stim ulation in epilepsy (literat ure review and case report ). Russian Journal of Child Neurology. 2019;14(2):7-17. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17650/2073-8803-2019-14-2-7-17

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