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Nowe kierunki rozwoju badań posturografii

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New directions in development of posturographic tests
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The research on both static and dynamic posturography has demonstrated its low usefulness in diagnostics of vestibular dysfunction. The presented review of literature data concerns the studies in which the head movements were introduced to standard posturography protocol to sensitize the test for vestibular abnormalities. The analysis included papers indexed in PubMed and Web of Science databases. All papers concerned dynamic posturography testing. In the publications chosen for analysis tests were carried out with eyes closed on stable and mobile surfaces. The results of the literature analysis indicate the usefulness of SOT-5 test with head movements at 15°/s as a screening test for the differentiation of subjects with and without vestibular damage. Moreover, posturography with head movements seems to be useful for monitoring vestibular compensation and rehabilitation progress. New directions in posturography development should include studies on static posturography with head movements as well as more and more popular mobile posturography, in which tensometric platform is replaced by sensors placed on a patient on lumbar level for direct measuring of postural reactions.
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Badania posturografii, zarówno statycznej, jak i dynamicznej, wykazują stosunkowo małą przydatność w diagnostyce uszkodzeń przedsionkowych. Prezentowany przegląd danych literaturowych dotyczy prób uwrażliwienia badań posturograficznych poprzez włączenie ruchów głowy do standardowego protokołu badania posturografii. Analizie zostały poddane artykuły dotyczące tej tematyki umieszczone w bazach PubMed oraz Web of Science. Wszystkie prace dotyczą posturografii dynamicznej (Sensory Organization Test, SOT). Do badań wybrano artykuły obejmujące próby wykonywane przy zamkniętych oczach na stabilnym i ruchomym podłożu. Wyniki badań wskazują na przydatność testu SOT-5 z ruchami głowy z prędkością 15°/s, jako testu przesiewowego dla różnicowania osób z i bez uszkodzeń przedsionkowych. Ponadto, wykazano przydatność posturografii z ruchami głowy dla monitorowania kompensacji uszkodzeń błędnika i postępów rehabilitacji. Nowe kierunki rozwoju posturografii obejmują badania nad bardziej rozpowszechnioną posturografią statyczną oraz posturografią mobilną, w której zamiast płyty tensometrycznej zastosowano czujniki umieszczone na pacjencie, mierzące bezpośrednio korekcje reakcji posturalnych.
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150-155
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  • Klinika Audiologii i Foniatrii, Instytut Medycyny Pracy im. prof. J. Nofera w Łodzi
  • Klinika Audiologii i Foniatrii, Instytut Medycyny Pracy im. prof. J. Nofera w Łodzi
  • Klinika Audiologii i Foniatrii, Instytut Medycyny Pracy im. prof. J. Nofera w Łodzi
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