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ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217, 16+

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EFFECTS OF THYROID DYSFUNCTION AND CORTISOL IMBALANCE ON THE COGNITIVE AND MENTAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, MEDICINE | 0 comments

The article establishes causal relationships and statistically proves correlations between hypothyroidism and/or cortisol imbalance in children with autism spectrum disorder, and between their negative behavior and mental and cognitive development disorders. The paper illustrates that the correction of hormonal disorders leads to a decrease in negative behavior and a noticeable improvement in mental state and cognitive functions, and proposes successful therapeutic strategies for all types of hormonal disorders.

The paper advises clinicians to pay attention to subclinical forms of hormonal disorders in children with autism spectrum disorder. Parents and special educator working with children are advised to keep in mind that negative behavior and delay in the development of a child may be directly related to hormonal imbalance.

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TREATMENT OF DYSCIRCULATORY ENCEPHALOPATHY OR CHRONIC BRAIN ISCHEMIA AS A WAY TO ELIMINATE DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, MEDICINE | 0 comments

Depression is considered one of the leading disorders in the world according to the disability and morbidity statistics. However, due to the fear of stigmatization, more than 264 million people suffering from depressive disorders do not seek professional help in the treatment of depression. Despite the fact that there is a huge number of innovative methods for treating many disorders, the prevention and treatment of depression is still only at the level of development. Reduced performance, loss of interest in life, lack of energy, slowness, decreased concentration, and other cognitive disorders are detected in depressive disorders. Scientists suggest that depressive disorders are considered the first signs of dyscirculatory encephalopathy, or chronic brain ischemia according to ICD-10. It is noted that symptoms of depression can be identified at the first stage of dyscirculatory encephalopathy.

The article suggests that timely diagnosis of dyscirculatory encephalopathy through proper cognitive assessment and further treatment aimed at treating encephalopathy will help prevent the development of depressive disorders in its early stages.

At this point in time, according to the results of the review of scientific articles and studies investigating the causes of vascular encephalopathy as well as the preconditions of occurrence of this disease, there is no available studies that describe the treatment of depressive disorders through treatment of dyscirculatory encephalopathy. However, the existence of such studies is necessary because the topic of the relationship between depressive disorders and dyscirculatory encephalopathy is relevant and insufficiently studied.

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CHANGES IN LIPID METABOLISM IN CHILDREN OF STAVROPOL KRAI SUFFERING FROM CYSTIC FIBROSIS

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, MEDICINE | 0 comments

Cystic fibrosis is a severe monogenic disease characterized by a deterioration of the patient’s health and their shortened lifespan. Lipids ensure the normal course of cellular metabolism, stimulate nonspecific immunity, and are precursors of the steroid and reproductive hormones. A study of lipid metabolism in children of Stavropol Krai suffering from cystic fibrosis reveals pronounced dyslipidemia. In the form of pancreatic insufficiency, an inverse, statistically significant relationship between fecal elastase and HDL, temporary adrenal insufficiency and a decrease in cholesterol expenditure on steroid synthesis can be observed, which, in turn, can exacerbate the obstructive syndrome.

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MEDICAL ASPECTS OF FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM IN PATIENTS WITH COVID-19

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, MEDICINE | 0 comments

The article deals with the problem of new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) and describes the ways of its transmission as well as the groups of people who are exposed to the most serious forms of the infection. The research describes the functional state of the urinary system in patients with COVID-19 on inpatient treatment in Saratov. The description is made on the basis of such studies as complete blood count, urinalysis, biochemical blood test, Nechiporenko test. In some patients, an increase in their urine specific gravity, sugar, acetone, formed elements and salts were detected. When assessing the biochemical blood test in patients with COVID-19, an increase in urea and creatinine levels was observed. Thus, the data obtained as a result of the study provide an opportunity to determine the direction of work on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the infection in order to prevent the development of multiple organ failure in patients with COVID-19.

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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT CONDITION OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, MEDICINE | 0 comments

The article presents information and statistical data with regard to the health and physical development condition of preschool children living in Astrakhan. The analyzed data was extracted from medical source records. The analysis of morbidity illustrates that the diseases of the musculoskeletal system and congenital pathology are ranked the highest. It is necessary to develop prenosological diagnostics of health aimed at identifying initial deviations in the medical condition before the appearance of signs of pathology.

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HEALTHY SUPPORT OF ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL CULTURE CLASSES

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, MEDICINE | 0 comments

The report reveals the stages of medical support for adaptive physical education classes with disabled students and students with disabilities. In educational institutions, these classes are conducted in the form of electives, in small groups, since not only the attention of the teacher is needed, medical support of classes is also important, and the work of a psychologist with students. One of the defining factors of health is the culture of movement. This is clearly understood by children with disabilities and / or limited health opportunities. It is important that adaptive physical culture classes contribute to the preservation and strengthening of their health, improvement of the quality of life, the formation of motivation to engage in medical physical culture.

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STRUCTURAL MODEL FOR BUILDING AN INDIVIDUAL EDUCATIONAL ROUTE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS OF VARIOUS CATEGORIES

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The education has to meet the requirements that are set by the modern society to prepare an individual who will be able to independently solve the tasks assigned to them, has a high level of development of general and professional competencies, and is a conscious member of modern society who is focused on its development and improvement. The process of individualization is most clearly presented and expanded on in the individual educational route. The article explores the structural model of building an individual educational route for various categories of college students and describes in detail each structural component of the model, namely: target, content, activity, evaluation, and developed pedagogical conditions for its implementation.

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ESTABLISHING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES AT A NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY: DISTANCE LEARNING

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

Due to the spread of coronavirus infection, changes have affected absolutely every area of human activity. The pandemic has affected the education system as well, moving education from real classrooms to virtual ones, resulting in an impasse for both teachers and students. The teachers had to quickly decide on new distance learning methods and techniques, find a platform that meets the requirements of ease of use, optimization and availability on all kinds of devices (PC, tablet or phone), while the students had to adapt to new learning conditions.

The paper analyzes the ways and methods of teaching a foreign language using online services and platforms. It examines the conditions for the development of communicative competence of students from technical education. The research studies the methods for the formation of communicative competence in the format of distance learning and considers the main advantages and disadvantages of the development of the “speaking” aspect as one of the most important types of speech activity in interactive learning.

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SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN CONDUCTING ADVANCED TRAINING OF SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF DISINFECTOLOGY AND DISINFECTION ACTIVITIES

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article illustrates the experience of accelerated training of specialists who improve their skills in the field of disinfectology (дезинфектология), which is necessary for practical use in ensuring epidemiological well-being in medical, educational, commercial and other organizations. In the context of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) pandemic and the development of modern information and communication technologies, it is possible to increase the level of training that effectively influences the quality of the educational process in disinfectology and disinfection activities (дезинфекционная деятельность) through the use of remote training methods.

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INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY AS A MEANS OF DEVELOPING LEARNING ACTIVITY AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF LAW STUDENTS IN THE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF A COLLEGE

Posted in 2020, Issue № 11(101) November 2020, PEDAGOGY | 0 comments

The article deals with the issue of teaching the English language at the law faculty of a college with the introduction of interactive technology. The research centers on one of the most pressing issues of the present time — the revision of traditional training in the process of forming learning activity and foreign language communicative competence of future specialists in the legal field. Experimental training using interactive technology, conducted by the researchers at the Agricultural College of Vladikavkaz, reveals the significant role of modern interactive technology in the development of learning activity in college students. 4 groups of the sophomore students of the Faculty of Law and Social Security took part in the experimental training. The results of the interactive training demonstrate the formation of learning activity and the development of the students’ communicative competence.

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