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[Clinical observation of ozone treatment for 120 vulvovaginal candidiasis(VVC) cases]

Author

Huang, Peng

Abstract

Objective: To evaluate the treatment of ozone vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC). Methods: 240 cases with vulva vaginal VVC were divided into two groups at random. 120 patients used ozone gynecological therapeutic instrument; 120 patients the miconazole nitrate vaginal local drug. Results: The cure rate of observation group was 60.8% and the total acceptance rate was 91.7%. Compared with those of control group which were 29.2% and 47.5%,the difference made statistical significance (P0.05). Conclusion: The method of ozone treatment for vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) is effective and simple, having no environmental pollution and no adverse reactions. It is worthy of being popularized. Key Words ozone the vulvovaginal candidiasis(VVC) miconazole nitrate

Publication

Acta Medicinae Sinica

Issue

2

Date

2010

Journal Abbr

Acta Med Sin

Language

Chinese

DOI

CNKI:SUN:GLYX.0.2010-02-021

ISSN

1008-2409

URL

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-GLYX201002021.htm

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[Application of ozone and plasmapheresis in complex treatment of uveitis]

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Chernyshyova, A D

Abstract

A new method of treatment of endogenous uveitis have been developed. The method is based on the application of metabolic plasmapheresis with ozonization of cellular weight. Comparative analysis of the treatment results of three groups of 179 patients (209 eyes) has revealed significant superiority of original modification of plasmapheresis. The effect of the presented method of treatment, in authors’ opinion, is caused by immunomodulating effect of plasmapheresis and ozonotherapy, bactericidal and antiviral effects of ozonotherapy. The paper also presents some sanogenetic mechanisms of a new method of treatment – a liquidation of T-cellular immunodeficiency, a decrease of level of circulating immune complexes and some others.

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Biulleten Sibirskoj Meditsiny

Issue

3

Pages

117-121

Date

2009

Language

Russian

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