A V Dobrovol'skiĭ's scientific contributions

Publications (7)

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With the purpose of investigating peculiarities of psychogenically induced myocardial infarction (PIMI) 82 patients with primary myocardial infarction (MI) were chosen as the subjects of the given controlled study and divided into two groups. The main group consisted of 33 patients, the rest 49 formed the control group. The study showed that corona...
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The study was made to evaluate the rate of application of different diagnostic methods in patients with stable effort angina (SEA) treated in the cardiological department; influence of various factors (social, demographic, risk factors, clinical course of ischemic heart disease, associated diseases, internal picture of the disease) on choice by the...
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To determine a most precise instrument for diagnostics of depression and a level of its severity, a comparative study of 3 questionnaires: Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (d) (HADS(d)), Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression scale (CED-D) was conducted in 148 patients (91 women, 57 men), aged 46.5 +/...
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Criteria of subjective severity (SS) and subjective control of the condition (SC) associated with establishment of the disease internal picture (DIP) were determined in 67 patients with verified coronary heart disease (CHD) and 68 with verified bronchial asthma (BA). Essential for SS were: severity of the subjective symptoms, features of the somati...
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53.6% of the patients of general hospital suffer from psychosomatic disorders (PSD). Two-dimensional (psychologic/ clinical) model of psychosomatic interrelations is presented which proposes the estimation of the influence of both somatic and psychological factors within PSD pathogenesis. The clinical classification of PSD includes 4 types: somatiz...

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... These disorders by type, basic clinical structure, adherence to antidepressant therapy, a number of clinical and dynamic features definitely belong to the category of mood disorders. However, in ICD-10 [6] they are in a different category and are considered by many researchers as psychosomatic disorders [10]. ...
... We assessed the frequency and severity of depressive symptoms by administering the validated Russian version of the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), one of the most widely used self-rating scales to measure depression [28,29]. The BDI contains 21 items with statements referring to the last week and the patient has to rate them on a score of 0-3. ...