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Journal: طب توانبخشی
Year:1396 | Volume:6 | Issue:1
Start Page:234 | End Page:253

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MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND SUPPLEMENTARY TREATMENT IN IRAN: A REVIEW ARTICLE

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 Start Page 234 | End Page 253

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 Background and Aim: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS is an immune disorder which involves central nervous system. This chronic condition has physical and psychological consequences causing economical and social burdens for patients and their families. Providing scientific evidences based on TREATMENT benefits would have significant importance in health management and patient's quality of life.The present study aimed to collect descriptive and applied evidences comparing the efficacy of different non-biologic supplementary medicine intervention in Iranian MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS individuals.Materials and Methods: In the present study, we investigated the COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE interventions for MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. Articles were searched in Iranian databases including IranDoc, Medlib, and Magiran as well as international databases including Pubmed and Google Scholar.Results: After initial screening and deleting irrelevant studies, 41 studies were chosen for the analysis. Studies were assessed and analyzed methodologically. Proper interventions were selected according to the least error criteria or the degree of strength.Conclusion: Most studies were performed on relapsing-remitting kind of MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. They focused on fatigue level, quality of life, and mood promotion evaluation. Exercises with moderate level and intensity can be used monitoring short intervals and with short duration. Aerobic exercises have positive effects on all body organs as well as respiratory capacity and function; thus, they can be applied based on patient history and fatigue level.

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