GEORGE JINESCU, VALERIU V. JINESCU STATE OF THE BODY EVALUATION ON THE BASIS OF PRINCIPLE OF CRITICAL ENERGY
An analysis is made of the body internal and external factors that might affect its general condition. This is the starting point that can make it possible to further decide on the risk of surgery. The stresses that a body is likely to undergo may be divided into two categories: - stresses that are externally applied to the body (traumatic injuries, surgery ...); - stresses resulting in an internal effect upon body resistance (damage caused by external and / or internal factors, medical treatments ...), plus the effect of the body adaptive self-adjustment. One resorts to the concepts introduced by the principle of critical energy, namely, the specific energy participation of external stresses and the critical participation, non-dimensional variables, dependent on the behavior of the organism under different stresses. By comparing the values of these concepts, calculated for a patient, one can decide on the risk of one or more successive surgeries over a short period of time. The theoretical results obtained applied to several cases demonstrate the actual implementation of the proposed calculation method and its great practical advantage.
Keywords: body deterioration; surgery; intervention; traumatic risk; principle of critical energy