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Nepochatykh M.G., Safonova S.A., Pososhkov I.D., Bogdanova V.A., Nepochatykh A.V. On the issue of rehabilitation of children with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p265-271
 
On the issue of rehabilitation of children with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy
Marina Gennadievna Nepochatykh, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, St. Petersburg State University of Economics; Svetlana Aleksandrovna Safonova, the candidate of medical sciences, Head of Department, St. Petersburg Publicly Funded Health Care Facility "Health Camp "Solnechnoe"; Igor Dmitrievich Pososhkov, the candidate of economical sciences, senior lecturer, Victoria Anatolyevna Bogdanova, the senior teacher, St. Petersburg State University of Economics; Alina Vadimovna Nepochatykh, Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg

Abstract
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is the most frequent complication of the treatment of malignant neoplasms in children. CIPN leads both to the child disability and to a decrease in the quality of life of the child and family members. Treatment of polyneuropathy is a complex and time-consuming process that includes both medication and non-medication methods. Many authors pay attention to the effectiveness of complex rehabilitation treatment, however, the lack of approved treatment standards, a convincing evidence base, and specially developed programs does not allow developing a unified approach to the rehabilitation of such patients. The article analyzes the existing programs and approach to the possibilities of rehabilitation of patients with CIPN.
Keywords: children, peripheral neuropathy, chemotherapy, pediatric oncology, CIPN, rehabilitation treatment.

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Article arrived in edition 27.12.2020
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