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Title

[Clinical application of medical ozone in interventional therapy of the barrenness of fallopian tube adhesion]

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Liu, Wei-bo

Author

Li, Qi-xi

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He, Xiao-feng

Abstract

Objective To evaluate the possibility of clinical application of medical ozone in order to decrease recurrence of fallopian tube adhesion and to improve pregnancy rate. Methods All 45 patients were divided into two groups, 17cases in the control group were treated only by interventional tubal recanalization and 28 cases in the treatment group were infused medical ozone after recanalization. All cases were investigated after 6 months. Results The pregnancy rates and post procedure tubal adhesive rates was 42.86% and 7.14% in the treatment group,respectively,while in the control group was 29.41% and 26.47%, respectively (P0.05). Conclusion Application of medical ozone can improve the pregnancy rate and decrease recurrence of fallopian tube adhesion obviously. Key Words Medical ozone Intervention Fallopian tube adhesion Post procedure tubal adhesive

Publication

Chinese Journal of Interventional Imaging and Therapy

Volume

5

Issue

3

Date

2008

Journal Abbr

Chin J Intervent Imaging Ther

Language

Chinese

DOI

CNKI:SUN:JRYX.0.2008-03-013

ISSN

1672-8475

URL

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-JRYX200803013.htm

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[Application of ozone water in vagina preparation before gynecological transvaginal operation]

Author

Hu, Qing

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Xia, Zhi-jun

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Zhao, Ying

Author

Chen, Xu

Abstract

Objective To approach the curative effect of ozone water in vagina preparation before gynecological transvaginal operation. Methods 60 patients who would have gynecological transvaginal operations were chose for the research,and randomly divided into experiment group and control group. Vagina preparation was treated with ozone water which generated by KQ-301 ozone antiseptics production machine (treatment group), the correlate complications after operation of treatment group and control group (patients who use 0.05% iodine tincture for vagina preparation) were observed. Results The indexes of using ozone water for vagina preparation were as follow: the postoperative temperature positive rate was 12.5%; the postoperative local infection rate was 2.5%; the vaginal secretions positive rate was 7.5%; the first-grade rate of postoperative wound healing state of vagina stub was 94.3% and the second-grade rate was 5.7%. There were significant differences between the two groups (P0.05). Conclusion Ozone water has significant effect on vagina preparation before gynecological transvaginal operation. Key Words Preoperative preparation Vagina sterilizing Ozone water

Publication

Practical Pharmacy and Clinical Remedies

Volume

12

Issue

6

Pages

410-411

Date

2009

Journal Abbr

Pract Pharm Clin Remed

Language

Chinese

DOI

CNKI:SUN:LYLC.0.2009-06-018

ISSN

1673-0070

URL

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-LYLC200906018.htm

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[Correction of the imbalance in the antioxidant protection system of the body in patients with severe gestosis]

Author

Ivanchenko, S A

Abstract

The role has been studied of thiol compounds as indicators of bodily antioxidant defence in patients with severe gestoses. A comprehensive evaluation was done of disorders in the system lipid peroxidation/antioxidant defence, with effectiveness of their correction with ozonohemotherapy and antioxidants included into the conventional intensive therapy of patients having been studied as well. The above therapy makes for restoration of intracellular environment of erythrocytes at the expense of maintenance and augmentation of the compensatory reaction in respect of activation of the enzymic link of the antioxidant defense in blood plasma of patients.

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Likars'ka Sprava / Ministerstvo Okhorony Zdorov'ia Ukraïny

Issue

5

Pages

113-116

Date

Jul 1999

Journal Abbr

Lik. Sprava

ISSN

1019-5297

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10822696

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