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[Ozone therapy in a complex of means and methods of treatment of alcohol withdrawal syndrome]

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Sosin, I K

Author

Chuev, Yu F

Author

Goncharova, E Yu

Author

Strashok, O A

Abstract

The main idea of therapeutic approach is in the synergetic combination of two effective multifunctional methods of intensive therapy: single-needle membrane plasmapheresis and oral administration of ozonated olive oil. The study involved 22 male patients with alcohol abstinence syndrome, the drink abuse time was 5 to 15 years. The main group was of 12 patients (aged 39.5±10.7 years), the control group consisted of 10 patients (aged 37.5±1.4 years). The combined detoxication therapy was carried out in the traditional complex of pharmacologic preparations together with oral administration of ozonated olive oil for internal use with the initial ozone barbotage concentration of 4000-5000 mcg/l in ozone-oxygen mixture, 1 teaspoon 3-4 times a day, 30 minutes before eating, within 7-10 days and during the course treatment by using the method of membrane plasmapheresis (2-3 procedures per course, at 3-day intervals between procedures), with exfused plasma volume of 600 to 1000 ml). The assessment of therapeutic detoxication effect was carried out with regard for dynamics of laboratory findings (bilirubin, ALT, ACT etc.). The obtained results prove the reasonable selection of the combination therapy of alcohol abstinence state with using the method of ozone therapy and plasmapheresis for reduction of somato-neurologic and psychopathologic disorders preconditioned by alcohol dependence syndrome. Key words: alcohol abstinence, ozone therapy, detoxication.

Publication

Meditsinskii almanakh

Issue

3

Pages

182-183

Date

2013

Journal Abbr

Meditsinskii almanakh

Language

Russian

ISSN

1997-7689

URL

http://www.medalmanac.ru/archive/year_2013/numb_3_13/Neurology/?doc=2183

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[Ozone therapy in a combined rehabilitation of patients with disorders of locomotor functions in case of children cerebral paralysis]

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Subbotin, A N

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Sumbaev, A V

Author

Kozlova, I V

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Reshetov, P V

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Semenova, O P

Abstract

The purpose of work was to study the possibility for applying the ozone therapy in case of infantile cerebral paralysis in craniopuncture zones used in classical reflexotherapy in a number of severe CNS diseases, namely: after-effects of apoplectic attack, posttraumatic encephalopathy, parkinsonism, epilepsy, speech disturbance and visibility deterioration of central genesis, Meniere's disease etc. Depending on rehabilitation methods patients with similar anamnesis and course of disease were divided into two equal groups. The patients of the first group were treated with the use of ozone therapy by intravenous drop-by-drop introduction of saline solution (the total course was 10 days). For ozonation sterile isotonic sodium chloride solution (200 ml) was used with ozone-oxygen mixture of the ozone concentration of 10 mg/l fed therein. The second group of patients was treated under such original method as the administration of saline solution (SS) with the ozone concentration of 10 mg/l into craniopuncture zones (the total course was 10 days). The results of the SS administration into craniopuncture zones with the combined action to such zones in the course of practical rehabilitation of ICP patients with clinical implications expressed not only in motor defects, spastic paresis, diminution of muscle strength but causing also mental retardation or pathology, speech disturbance, hearing and visibility deterioration etc. enabled to come to the following conclusion: in the second group of patients treated under suggested methods there were noted: a quicker effect of treatment, more stable remission of disease (for 1 year as compared to 6 months in the control group), more complete social adaptation of ICP patients. Key words: ozone therapy, rehabilitation, infantile cerebral paralysis.

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Meditsinskii almanakh

Issue

3

Pages

184-186

Date

2013

Journal Abbr

Meditsinskii almanakh

Language

Russian

ISSN

1997-7689

URL

http://www.medalmanac.ru/archive/year_2013/numb_3_13/Neurology/?doc=2182

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Ozone therapy for lumbosciatic pain

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de Oliveira jr., José Oswaldo

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Veloso Lages, Gustavo

Abstract

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Most adults have several low back pain episodes during their lives. Ozone therapy is a minimally invasive method able to promote analgesia for most patients, with few reports of complications. This study aimed at reviewing the literature on the use of ozone therapy to treat low back pain and lumbosciatic pain. CONTENTS: Virtual Health Library was searched using the following keywords: ozone, therapy, pain, back, lumbodynia. Search sources included: LILACS, Medline, Cochrane, Pubmed, Ibecs and scientific journals, looking for articles originally published in English, Spanish and Portuguese in recent years. Fifty-four articles were selected. Two were randomized multicenter studies, four were systematic reviews, one was a meta-analysis with more than 8 thousand patients from different centers, one was a national Italian consensus, many were double-blind studies, some had control groups and many were observational studies. The level of evidence to support a stronger recommendation is still low (II-3 for intradiscal administration and II-1 for paravertebral or intraforaminal muscular administration), however this scenario seems to be dynamic with a trend toward the indication of ozone therapy. CONCLUSION: Ozone therapy was effective to treat low back pain with our without sciatic pain, being associated to few adverse events. Keywords: Low back pain, Ozone, Pain.

Publication

Revista Dor

Volume

13

Issue

3

Pages

261-270

Date

09/2012

Journal Abbr

Rev Dor

Language

English

DOI

10.1590/S1806-00132012000300012

ISSN

1806-0013

URL

http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_abstract&pid=S1806-00132012000300012&lng=en&nrm=iso&tlng=en

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