CONCEPTUAL APPROACHES TO THE ALGORITHMIZATION OF MONITORING PROCESSES OF THE INDICATORS OF THE STATE OF THE ORGANISM
Background. The approaches to the formation of personalized knowledge about the state and health of a person in the tasks of mobile medicine are considered. The range of conceptual and methodological approaches for assessing various parameters of the physical condition of the body and physical fitness of a person is analyzed.
Conclusions. It is proposed to use the parameters of the attractors of the cardiovascular system of the body on the basis of using the methods of the phase spaces of the patient's states. We also recommend new approaches to identify the parameters of the state vector of the human body in the multidimensional phase space of states for assessing and modeling the dynamics of the human cardiovascular system. The approaches are associated not only with the absolute value of various indicators, but also with the rate of change of the studied parameters, their accelerations under load, as well as with the indicators of synergy.
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