Analogista Medico Chirurgo responsabile sede UPDA Brasile e consulente per la sezione professioni sanitarie
Roberto Baglini. Nato a Pisa il 13-01-1958. Laurea in Medicina e Chirurgia il 27 Luglio 1984 (110 e Lode e dignitá di stampa). Dottorato di Ricerca in “Fisiologia e Clinica dell’Apparato Cardiovascolare” nel Luglio 1991. La Tesi di Dottorato è conservata nelle Biblioteche Nazionali di Roma e Firenze e si intitola “Studio Eco Color Doppler della Fisiologia e dei Malfunzionamenti delle Protesi Valvolari Cardiache Biologiche e Meccaniche”.
Specializzazione in Cardiologia con il massimo dei voti (50/50 e Lode) nel Luglio 1992.
Oltre 240 pubblicazioni scientifiche su giornali e Congressi nazionali e internazionali alcune delle quali riguardano lo studio dei sistemi simpatico e parasimpatico cardiaci durante ipnosi ed angioplastica coronarica, o lo studio del flusso vascolare cerebrale durante ipnosi. Ipnosi fascinatoria e archeoencefalica dal 1990. Ipnosi Ericksoniana dal 1990 con pratica clinica e didattica negli anni 1990-2000. Ipnosi Dinamica dal 2009. Ipnosi Analogica Benemegliana dal 2010 al 2013. Comunicazione Analogica dal 2010 al 2013. Filosofia Analogica dal 2010 al 2013.2010: iniziazione in Ifa, pratica recentemente riconosciuta patrimonio dell’umanitá dall’UNESCO (http://www.unesco.org/culture/intangible-heritage/29afr_uk.htm).
Ideatore del metodo PR.ANA. (PRogrammazione ANAlogica) che unisce le variegate esperienze nello studio dell’inconscio personale, collettivo e archetipico a fini comunicativi, di evoluzione personale e spirituale, e di terapia.
1. Baglini R et al. “Effect of hypnotic sedation during percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty on myocardial ischemia and cardiac sympathetic drive”. Am J Cardiol 2004, 15;93(8), 1035-38Abstract. Forty-six patients were randomized to receive drug (group 1) or hypnotic sedation (group 2) during percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty of the left anterior descending coronary artery. Intracoronary and standard electrocardiograms were continuously registered, and heart rate spectral variability was studied. Normalized units of low- and high-frequency components and the ratio of low to high frequency were measured during balloon inflations. The ST segment shifted at the first balloon inflation from 0.02 +/- 0.01 to 0.09 +/- 0.6 mm in group 1 and from 0.02 +/- 0.08 to 0.1 +/- 0.6 in group 2 mm (p <0.05). In group 1, the low-frequency band and the ratio of low to high frequency increased significantly during the first balloon inflation (from 59 +/- 10 to 75 +/- 10 normalized units and from 2.4 +/- 1.4 to 7.3 +/- 4.7, respectively; p <0.001). The increase of the ratio of low to high frequency was significantly related to ST shift (r = 0.706; p <0.01). In contrast, no significant variation of spectral parameters was found in group 2. The increase in cardiac sympathetic activity associated with balloon inflation and myocardial ischemia during percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty of the left anterior descending coronary artery was selectively eliminated by hypnosis but not by drug sedation.2. Baglini R, Baglini L, Benemeglio S. New evidence about personality traits and risk of new complications in patients with coronary artery disease. A study by a hypnotic-derived personality test. Am J Clin Exp Hypnosis 2016 (in press).Abstract. 500 consecutive outpatients with coronary artery disease (CAD) (397 men and 103 women, mean age 66+-22 years) underwent to the “analogic personality test” (APT) in order to discriminate the bipolar subpopulation. Among 500 patients, 113 resulted bipolar (70 men and 43 females, mean age 67+-26 years). 81 patients had suffered a previous acute myocardial infarction (MI), the remaining 32 complained of stable angina (13), unstable angina (9), positive ischemic stress test (10). Fifty-five patients had undergone to PCI. This group of patients (CAD 1) was compared to the remaining 387 non-bipolar patients (CAD 2, 230 men and 157 women, mean age 64+- 17 years). Inside this group 204 had suffered a previous MI, while the remaining complained of stable angina (80), unstable angina (25) and ischemic stress test (18). PCI was performed in 200. Group 1 and Group 2 received a clinical 2 years follow-up in order to detect possible differences in complication rate of: cardiac death, myocardial infarction, cerebrovascular accidents (CVA), re-PCI in PCI patients. Results. Significant statistical differences were encountered for each one of the considered complications but CVA at 2 years follow up, while no significant difference was met at 1 year. 2 years death was 9% in group 1 vs 3% in group 2 (p<0,001), MI was 25% in group 1 vs 12% in group 2 (p<0,01), cerebrovascular accidents were 7% in group 1 vs 6% in Group 2 (NS), re-PCI was done in 25% of Group 1 vs 13% of Group 2 (p<0,01). MI was related to PCI complications only in 4% of casesin group 1 vs 5% in Group 2 (NS). The multivariate analysis revealed bipolar personality, diabetes and age as the only significant predictive variables for death, MI, and only diabetes for re-PCI. Conclusions. The new classification of personality type, following the indication of the APT test, allows selecting a definite group of CAD patients with high risk of complications. Potentially, this risk can decrease by restructuration.