Ефективність немедикаментозних інтервенцій у дітей з ожирінням

Тетяна Валеріївна Чайченко

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У статті наведено аналіз сучасної літератури щодо ефективності різних стратегій під час лікування ожиріння в дітей. Низька ефективність лікування ожиріння в дітей в усьому світі спричинена соціально­психологічними особливостями, які полягають у родинному впливі та низькій самоефективності. Встановлено, що найкращий результат отримують мультидисциплінарні команди, які враховують родинні та етнічні особливості стилю життя й харчування. Показано, що перевагу мають стаціонарні інтервенції над амбулаторними, а також дії, що сконцентровані на освітніх заходах, що сприяє не лише зниженню маси тіла, а й поліпшенню моторики та успішності дітей у школі.


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ожиріння в дітей; лікування; ефективність

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