Abstracts for international scientific conferences

  1. V.P. Lebedev, Y. S. Katznelson, A.B. Savchenko, A.V. Malygin, M.L.G. Joy. Noninvasive transcranial electrotherapy stimulation of the antinociceptive system of the brain: experimental and clinical research. // Abstract of the 33rd International Congress of Physiological Sciences. St. Petersburg, July 1997. P. 084. 34.
  2. V.P. Lebedev, R.I. Voitenko, D.V. Legeza, A.N. Kondratiev, V.A. Sorokoumov. Transcranial electroanalgesia in neuroanesthesiology: peripheral nerve repair and postoperative pain management. // Abstract of the 2nd Congress of the European Federation of IASP Chapters, Barcelona. September 1997. P. 246.
  3. V.P. Lebedev. Transcranial electrotherapy stimulation as an effective non-pharmaceutical approach to pain management. // Abstracts of the 4th International Congress of International Neuromodulation Society ‘Neuromodulation for movement disorders and pain’. Lucerne, Switzerland. September 15-20, 1998.
  4. V.P. Lebedev, V.A. Rybak. Effective treatment for drug-resistant fibromyalgia. // Abstracts of the 4th World Congress on Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia. Italy, Milan. August 24-27, 1998.
  5. V. Lebedev, L. Airapetov, A. Savchenko, Y. Katznelson. Transcranial electrotherapy stimulation (TES) for pain relief: neurochemical mechanisms. // Abstracts of the 9th World Congress on Pain (IASP). Vienna 1999. P. 12.
  6. V.P. Lebedev. Noninvasive transcranial electrotherapy stimulation (TES) of the antinociceptive system of the brain as a possible substitute to acupuncture. // Abstracts of the 5th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience. Jerusalem 1999. P. 193.
  7. L.D. Enin, L.I. Kolosova, O.V. Moiseeva, V.P. Ryabchikova, V.P. Lebedev. Transcranial electrotherapy stimulation (TES) effects on the functions of skin mechanoreceptors both intact and restoring after nerve damage. // Abstracts of the 5th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience. Jerusalem 1999. P. 107.
  8. V. Lebedev, M. Melikhova, S. Kolbasov, G. Stroikova, O. Zamuruev, G. Kozlowski. Increase in the endorphin release stimulates repair processes of hepatocytes in vivo after poisoning. // Abstracts of the Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Miami Beach 1999. Vol. 25, part 1, p. 193.
  9. V.P. Lebedev, Y. S. Katznelson, A. B. Savchenko, L. N. Airapetov, A. V. Malygin, M. L. G. Joy, G. P. Kozlowski. Noninvasive transcranial electrotherapy stimulation of the antinociceptive system of the brain stem: biophysical, physiological, neurochemical and pharmacological bases of clinical application. // Chinese Journal of Pain Medicine. Beijing 2000. Vol. 6, p. 13-14.
  10. V. P. Lebedev, T. D. Kirianova. Noninvasive transcranial electrotherapy stimulation (TES) of the brain endorphin systems relieves orofacial pain. // 3rd International Congress on Orofacial pain and Temporomandibular Disorders. Seoul, Korea, 2000. P.85.
  11. V. P. Lebedev. Analgesia and other effects of noninvasive transcranial electrotherapy stimulation of the brain endorphin systems in palliative care of cancer patients. // 3rd Congress of the European Federation of IASP Chapters. Nice, France, 2000.
  12. V. P. Lebedev, A. V. Kovalevsky. Noninvasive transcranial electrotherapy stimulation of the brain endorphin systems improves psychophysiological state of patients: treatment of fatigue and other symptoms. // Society for Neuroscience, 2000.
  13. E. M. Krupitsky, A. M. Burakov, T. N. Romanova, V.V. Vostrikov, V.P. Lebedev, N. I. Grinenko, T.Y. Slavina, A.Y. Grinenko. Transcranial electrotherapy stimulation is an effective method of treating protracted withdrawal in recently detoxified heroin-dependent patients. // Proceedings of the 5th International Congress of the European BioElectromagnetics Association (EBEA 2001). Helsinki 2001. P. 281-282.
  14. V.P. Lebedev. Noninvasive transcranial electrotherapy stimulation (TES) of the brain endorphin systems in treatment of depression and improvement of the quality of life in patients suffering from pain. // Abstracts of the 10th World Congress on Pain. San Diego 2002. P.543.

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