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No 4.82 (2016) Features of Biochemical and Metabolic Parameters in Patients with Primary Acute Ischemic Stroke on the Background of Metabolic Syndrome and without It Abstract
O.M. Dziuba, V.V. Babenko
 
No 4.82 (2016) Comparative Evaluation of Clinical and Instrumental Parameters in Patients during the Recovery Period of Hemispheric Ischemic Stroke Treated with Basic Therapy in Combination with Cerebrolysin Abstract
I.A. Hryhorova, O.O. Heletka
 
No 1.71 (2015) Thiocetam® in the Treatment of Patients with ischemic Stroke Abstract
T.S. Mishchenko, I.V. Zdesenko, V.N. Mishchenko
 
No 4.82 (2016) Gliatilin in the Treatment of Post-Stroke Patients Abstract
T.S. Mishchenko, V.M. Mishchenko, I.A. Lapshina
 
No 2.72 (2015) Efficacy of Combined Neurometabolic Therapy in Patients with Primary and Recurrent Cerebral Hemispheric Ischemic Stroke Abstract  PDF SUMMARY
A.A. Koziolkin, L.V. Novikova
 
No 1.79 (2016) Pathogenetic Aspects of Prevention of Fatigue in the Early Recovery Period after Ischemic Stroke in Patients with Metabolic Syndrome Abstract
T.I. Nasonova, O.I. Asaulenko, T.V. Kolosova, O.V. Klimenko, T.M. Slobodin, O.Yu. Honchar, Yu.A. Buhaiov, O.V. Tyshkevych, I.V. Kurochkin, Yu.I. Holovchenko
 
No 2.72 (2015) Optimizing the Treatment of Acute Cerebral Blood Circulation Abstract
T.I. Nasonova
 
No 3.73 (2015) Hemispheric Features of Cognitive and Emotional Disorders in Patients in the Early Recovery Period of Ischemic Stroke Abstract
V.R. Herasymchuk, V.A. Hryb
 
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