• Activity indices of regulatory systems in primary school-aged children on the background of recurrent respiratory diseases

Activity indices of regulatory systems in primary school-aged children on the background of recurrent respiratory diseases

SOVREMENNAYA PEDIATRIYA.2017.7(87):12-20; doi 10.15574/SP.2017.87.12

Ovcharenko L. S., Sheludko D. N.
SI «Zaporizhzhia Medical Academy of Post&Graduate Education of Health Ministry of Ukraine», Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine

The health of schoolchildren and especially of primary school&aged children is under the scrutiny of the pediatric community, as far as in the primary school age the informational «environment» of a child is changing, adding mass media along with an intensive educational program that create conditions for hypodynamia, in parallel with still increased incidence of acute respiratory pathology, which is characteristic for children of this age. Children's daily schedule is changed: they no longer sleep during a day; the duration of sleep varies; and children go to bed later. These alterations in the aggregate affect the indices of school anxiety and body system performance, characterized by the student's autonomic nervous system variations. The aim of this work is to study the «response» of the primary school&aged children's activity indices of the regulatory systems on the background of recurrent upper respiratory tract infection (URTI).

Key words: children, sleep, anxiety, heart rate variability, Ruffier test, recurrent URTI.

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