uk Modifications in Central Hemodynamics Due to Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Effects on the Lymphatic System

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Andriy Leonidovych Palamarchuk
Daryna Volodymyrivna Shesterina


High prevalence of cardiovascular diseases, [1] implies continuous
improvement of noninvasive physical techniques particularly perfectioning of compression therapy
techniques, [3]. Intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) widely used thought multipurpose physical
rehabilitation in vascular surgery, dermatologic surgery, and sport medicine. Compression therapy
(CT) is an established treatment method with very low rate of complications in research various facets
of vascular and skeletal muscle physiology, [4].

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Andriy Leonidovych Palamarchuk, Kyiv Medical University

candidate of medical sciences, associate professor Kyiv Medical University

Daryna Volodymyrivna Shesterina, Cherkasy National University named after Bohdan Khmelnytskyi

graduate student of the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Physical Rehabilitation Cherkasy National University named after B. Khmelnytskyi


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