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[Ozone hemotherapy and disorders of the functional energy competence of the cell membranes in gestoses]

Author

Ivanchenko, S A

Abstract

A study made on biochemical mechanisms of metabolic abnormalities in grave forms of gestosis should allow some judgement about gravity of pathophysiological alterations developing in the patients' organism, efficiency of intensive therapy, and also attest to the need for instituting some additional corrective measures. Measured in the study were the principle indices for bodily metabolic homeostasis (LPO intensity, AOD, thiol metabolism) in physiological pregnancy and labor as well as in grave forms of gestoses (preeclampsia, gestational hypertension, eclampsia). The obtained results indicated that it is necessary that a specific correction of intracellular metabolism should be carried out in order that possible complications might be prevented. Ozonohemotherapy makes for reduction of oxidated forms of glutathione in red cells and also affects in patients bodily content of thiols and AOD.

Publication

Likars'ka Sprava / Ministerstvo Okhorony Zdorov'ia Ukraïny

Issue

5

Pages

96-98

Date

1998 Jul-Aug

Journal Abbr

Lik. Sprava

ISSN

1019-5297

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9793319

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[Ozone hemo- and antioxidant therapy and endogenous intoxication in gestosis]

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Ivanchenko, S A

Abstract

The content was studied of the endogenous intoxication syndrome markers (medium-size molecules) in red cells, blood plasma and urine of patients with grave gestoses in view of the fact that underestimation of the syndrome considered tends to significantly narrow the broadness of pathogenetic notions about the given pathology and to negatively influence the effectiveness of intensive therapy of patients. Besides, the problem gets more complicated because of pathogenetic specificities of severe gestoses (the use of the well-known methods of detoxication is made difficult in the patients). Ozone hemotherapy as an efferent method of detoxication and employment of antioxidant in the complex of intensive therapy of patients with severe gestoses make for lowering the degree of catabolic disturbances by decreasing the level of medium-size molecules in erythrocytes, blood plasma and urine.

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Likars'ka Sprava / Ministerstvo Okhorony Zdorov'ia Ukraïny

Issue

7-8

Pages

130-133

Date

1999 Oct-Dec

Journal Abbr

Lik. Sprava

ISSN

1019-5297

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10672715

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[Ozone and gynecologic radiotherapy]

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Hernuss, P

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Müller-Tyl, E

Author

Wicke, L

Abstract

A short survey is given of the historical development and the physical basis of ozone therapy. Ozone is used in medicine as well as in other spheres. Papers reporting good results of ozone treatment in carcinoma seemed of particular interest. The efficacy of ozone as an adjuvant to the irradiation of carcinosarcomas of rats was confirmed by us. On account of this fact ozone was introduced by us as an adjuvant to the irradiation of women with gynaecological cancer and appeared to give good results. The mechanism of action of ozone is not yet fully clarified and several theories are discussed. Investigations are currently being undertaken in respect to the behaviour of several substances in the organism during ozone therapy.

Publication

Strahlentherapie

Volume

150

Issue

5

Pages

493-499

Date

Nov 1975

Journal Abbr

Strahlentherapie

ISSN

0039-2073

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1216254

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