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EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF KINESOTHERAPY ACCORDING TO STOCHASTICS AND CHAOS
V.V. ESKOV 1, D.V. SINENKO 1, G.R. GARAEVA 1, S.G. SAGADEEVA 1

1. Surgut State University, Lenina, 1, Surgut, Russia, 628412

Abstract:

Evaluating the effectiveness of treatment of a disease (in this paper is kinesotherapy treatment of acute cerebrovascular accidents and physical therapy for hypertension in the North of the Russian Federation) is traditionally carried out by the results of the monitoring of relevant parameters of the disease in patient before treatment and after treatment measures. However, it is quite often that with multi-parameter monitoring of the patient is not all of the observed parameters xi may show substantial (in the framework of stochastic criteria) change of parameters of the entire state vector xi of the human body in the form x = x (t) = (x1, x2,..., xm) T where m is dimension of the phase space of states. In such cases there is an uncertainty of type 1 (sort) when the stochastics show low efficiency. Then it is supposed that there is a efficiency of treatment, otherwise there is a need to find other methods allowing more accurate measurement of real change of xi within the course of treatment. We show two ways of solving the problem of uncertainty of 1st type on the basis of the calculation of quasi-attractors of the state vector of the human body.

Keywords: chaos, quasi-attractors, kinesotherapy.