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Церебролизин: обзор литературы (часть I)

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Как показывают результаты анализа экспериментальных и клинических исследований, применение церебролизина является эффективной и безопасной терапией при многих неврологических расстройствах, начиная от инсульта и заканчивая болезнью Альцгеймера. Первичный эффект препарата связан с влиянием церебролизина на определенные зоны гиппокампа и их функцию. Препарат обладает уникальным органоспецифическим мультимодальным действием на головной мозг, способен к метаболической регуляции, нейропротекции, функциональной нейромодуляции и нейротрофической активности, установленным в многочисленных экспериментальных исследованиях. Клиническая эффективность препарата подтверждена в ходе клинических испытаний, проводившихся с учетом требований GCP. Побочные эффекты препарата незначительны.

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Наталья Дмитриевна Букреева
ФГБУ «ФМИЦПН им. В.П. Сербского» Минздрава России
Россия


Елизавета Александровна Ракитянская
ФГБУ «ФМИЦПН им. В.П. Сербского» Минздрава России
Россия


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Букреева Н.Д., Ракитянская Е.А. Церебролизин: обзор литературы (часть I). Обозрение психиатрии и медицинской психологии имени В.М.Бехтерева. 2016;(1):89-96.

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Bukreeva N.D., Rakityanskaya E.A. Cerebrolysin: spectrum of activity and research data. V.M. BEKHTEREV REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY AND MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 2016;(1):89-96. (In Russ.)

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