Features of the Vegetative Regulation of Demobabilized Battle Participants
The data of 50 mobilized participants of the antiterrorist operation (ATO) on the territory of eastern Ukraine, who are undergoing treatment and rehabilitation in the Volyn Regional Hospital of War Veterans, are presented. Due to the data obtained: middle age, period of service in the combat zone, causes of hospitalization, features of local dermographism, a «model» of the ATO participant was formed. The results of the pilot study showed that the average age of the military man was 34,88 ± 9,44 years old (the youngest soldier was 21 years old and the oldest of them was 59 years old). Half (50 %) of the defendants were aged 26–35. The period of the military service is 8,5 ± 4,4 months (from 2 to 16 months). 42 % of the respondents are getting inpatient treatment for the first time, while 58 % of them are undergoing treatment and rehabilitation for the second time. The causes of hospitalization in 56 % of cases were wounds in the ATO area, and in 44 % – deterioration of chronic diseases or primary pathological changes. According to local dermographism, it has been established that more than two thirds of hospitalized participants of the ATO due to the vegetative «passport» are sympathologists and only one third – vagotonics. Among the battle participants, 68 % of the sympathologists and 32 % of the vagotonics were injured. 64 % of the sympathlogists and 36 % of the vagotonics were hospitalized with health deterioration. Taking into account the obtained data, a «model» of a mobilized ATO participant is formed – a young male sympathologist, at the age of 35, has done military service for 8,5 months during which was wounded, undergoes second treatment and rehabilitation.
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