Online First Nr80

Psychiatr. Pol. ONLINE FIRST Nr 80: 1-16

Published ahead of print 25 September 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.12740/PP/OnlineFirst/76040

Renata Markiewicz, Małgorzata Kozioł, Marcin Olajossy, Jolanta Masiak

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Czy czynnik neurotropowy BDNF może być wskaźnikiem skutecznych oddziaływań rehabilitacyjnych w schizofrenii?


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Can the neurotrophic factor BDNF be an indicator of effective rehabilitation influences in schizophrenia?

Summary
The increasing body of evidence implies that brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is the most common neurotrophin in the nervous system, playing an important role as an effectiveness indicator for rehabilitation interventions in schizophrenia patients. Currently, with the modern laboratory and instrumental diagnostic methods it is possible to diagnose deficits influencing the level of patient’s functioning and use them as a basis for establishing individual re-adaptation programs for schizophrenia patients considering various forms of the therapy in different environments. Based on the PubMed and Scopus search tools a review of the available literature was performed and the paper presents current results of studies analyzing a relationship between selected rehabilitation interventions used in schizophrenia patients and changes in BDNF levels (a correlation between BDNF levels and physical activity and EEG Biofeedback therapy). Out of 240 records identified in total, the ones concerning the subject matter  of the paper were taken into account. Studies concerning use of the presented method appear to indicate usefulness of BDNF factor in evaluation of effectiveness of implemented rehabilitation interventions in this group of patients. Changes in neurotrophin levels may indicate a synergy of the central and the peripheral nervous system, and high BDNF levels depending on physical activity and a neuromodulating effect of the EEG Biofeedback therapy may indicate their effectiveness. Use of various neurorehabilitation methods may improve the social functioning in schizophrenia patients. Treating BDNF as a biological indicator of those processes may represent an interesting hypothesis.


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