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Title: Solving clinical problems using system and anti-system comparison, graphic modeling
Authors: Kulishov, S. K.
Iakovenko, O. M.
Кулішов, Сергій Костянтинович
Яковенко, Олександр Михайлович
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: IMB Group (Canada) . David Aghmashenebeli University of Georgia (Georgia). Health Sciences Faculty of Klaipeda University (Lithuania)
Citation: Kulishov S. K. Solving clinical problems using system and anti-system comparison, graphic modeling / S. K. Kulishov, O. M. Iakovenko // Innovative medicine and biology Canadian International Monthly Reviewed Journal. – 2011. – No 3. – P. 30–42.
Abstract: Different technologies of the systemic, lateral thinking, system interactions, neurolinguistic programming were used for solving creative tasks, clinical problems. The aim of our work is solving clinical problems by system and anti-system comparison, cognitive graphic modeling, programming. Proposed and tested the algorithm for solving clinical problems by system and anti-system comparison, cognitive graphic modeling, programming. The concept of the consumption syndromes is presented as a common principle of des-adaptation and diagnosis of the stunned, hibernation myocardium. Consumption syndromes of pro-gradient and anti-gradient factors (pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory, pro-oxidant and antioxidant, pro-ischemic and anti-ischemic, and others) may be triggers of the polymorbidity. Thus, the proposed technology of solving clinical problems, presented as a graphical model and program by languages "Dragon", promotes understanding of complex principles of clinical medicine, improve the quality of diagnosis as precondition to change of the treatment.
Keywords: creative solving
system and anti-system comparison
oxymorons
URI: http://elib.umsa.edu.ua/jspui/handle/umsa/2635
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