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Title

[Use of ozone therapy in the treatment of hyperlipidemia]

Author

Rodríguez, B R

Author

Menéndez, S

Author

Quesada, X

Author

Vecino, C

Author

Herrera, F

Publication

Revista CENIC Ciencias Biológicas

Volume

20

Issue

1-3

Pages

153-156

Date

1989

Journal Abbr

Rev CENIC Cienc Biol

Language

Spanish

ISSN

0253-5688

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Treatment of severe Raynaud's syndrome by injection of autologous blood pretreated by heating, ozonation and exposure to ultraviolet light (H-O-U) therapy

Author

Cooke, E D

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Pockley, A G

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Tucker, A T

Author

Kirby, J D

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Bolton, A E

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To determine the effect of re-injection of small samples of autologous blood, pretreated with heat, ozone and ultraviolet light (H-O-U therapy) in patients with severe Raynaud's syndrome. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: Open trial in 4 patients. SETTING: Temperature/humidity controlled vascular laboratory. PATIENTS: Severe Raynaud's syndrome of more than 5 years duration and defined as more than 5 attacks daily or 10 attacks in one week, at least half of which were painful and lasting for more than 30 minutes. Three patients were refractory to infusions of Iloprost. INTERVENTIONS: Patients were treated daily or on alternate days for a two to three weeks period by re-injection of citrated autologous blood pre-treated with heat, ozone and ultraviolet light (H-O-U therapy). MEASURES: Clinical observations; mean equilibrated hand temperature (infrared thermography); distributive and microcirculatory blood-flow (venous occlusion strain-gauge plethysmography, infrared photoplethysmography, laser Doppler flowmetry) iontophoresis of acetylcholine and sodium nitroprusside; estimations: serum levels of 6-keto-PGF1alpha and serum levels of anti-hsp65 antibody. RESULTS: Reduction or abolition of Raynaud's attacks for at least three months after treatment. Mean equilibrated hand temperature increased but did not normalise. Blood flow parameters improved but did not reach statistical significance. Iontophoresis of acetylcholine showed an increase in laser Doppler flowmetry which was statistically significant. Serum levels of 6-keto-PGF1alpha, fell significantly in three patients. Serum levels of anti-hsp65 antibody fell in the one patient which was followed sequentially. CONCLUSIONS: H-O-U therapy may prove useful in patients with severe Raynaud's syndrome.

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International Angiology: A Journal of the International Union of Angiology

Volume

16

Issue

4

Pages

250-254

Date

Dec 1997

Journal Abbr

Int Angiol

ISSN

0392-9590

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9543222

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[Topic ozonetherapy for the treatment of painful chronic flebostatic ulcers]

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Rovira Dupláa, G

Publication

Revista de la Sociedad Española del Dolor

Volume

12

Issue

II

Pages

48-52

Date

2005

Journal Abbr

Rev Esp Soc Dolor

Language

Spanish

Short Title

La Ozonoterapia tópica en el manejo de úlceras flebostáticas dolorosas de más de seis meses de evolución.

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