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Title

[The examination of the balance of pro- and antioxidant systems of blood serum of patients with alcohol abstinence in dependence of ozone therapy]

Author

Zhukova, N E

Author

Martusevich, A K

Abstract

The aim of this work is estimation of oxidative stress presence at patients with alcohol abstinence syndrome in connection with ozone therapy use. Patients of main group (n=30) got a ozone therapy course (400 ml of ozonized solution of sodium chloride; ozone dose – 1,6 mg/procedure) in addition to standard treatment scheme. Patients of control group (n=45)got standard treatment only. We tested state of blood pro- and antioxidant systems in treatment dynamics. Lipoperoxidation level and antioxidant activity of patients blood serum were estimated. It was stated, that oxidative stress, forming in patients with abstinence syndrome, was particularly removed by complex therapy. Ozone therapy use allow to accelerate normalization of blood serum balance of pro- and antioxidant systems. Key words: alcohol, abstinence syndrome, ozone therapy, lipoperoxidation.

Publication

Meditsinskii almanakh

Issue

3

Pages

173-174

Date

2013

Journal Abbr

Meditsinskii almanakh

Language

Russian

ISSN

1997-7689

URL

http://www.medalmanac.ru/archive/year_2013/numb_3_13/Neurology/?doc=2188

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[The effect of ozone therapy on the activity of the autonomic nervous system.]

Author

Kuz'mina, V Iu

Author

Khokhlov, Iu K

Author

Savin, A A

Abstract

We studied 48 patients, mean age 57 years, 14 men, 34 women, with chronic cerebrovascular disease and autonomic dysfunction. Patients had different types of autonomic response (sympathicotonic or normotonic). Autonomic tone at baseline, autonomic reactivity and autonomic supply of activity were determined. Patients were divided into 2 groups. Patients of the main group received ozone therapy along with standard medications. Patients of the control group received standard medications. Disturbances of vascular-autonomic regulation with the domination of ergotropic sympathetic effects were identified in 69.7% of patients with chronic cerebrovascular disease. Ozone therapy caused a shift of the autonomic balance towards the parasympathetic activity as well as the decrease in the activity of the vasomotor center and the central regulation circuit that indicates the increasein the power of defense mechanisms associated with the normalization of autonomic balance.

Publication

Zhurnal nevrologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova / Ministerstvo zdravookhraneniia i meditsinskoi promyshlennosti Rossiiskoi Federatsii, Vserossiiskoe obshchestvo nevrologov [i] Vserossiiskoe obshchestvo psikhiatrov

Volume

112

Issue

10

Pages

18-23

Date

2012

Journal Abbr

Zh Nevrol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova

ISSN

1997-7298

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NCBI PubMed

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PMID: 23250592

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Conference Paper

Title

The Contributions of Ozone Therapy to Parkinson’s Disease

Author

Martín Florido, Francisco José

Abstract

Parkinson’s Disease is a condition attributed to a degenerative process in the dopominergic pathways, characterized by trembling, muscular rigidity, akinesia, alterations of posture and balance, steppage gait, lack of facial expression and excessive salivation.Although the cause of nigral degeneration and degeneration of the neostriatum is unknown, there exist theories which point to oxidative stress as the initial trigger.There exist a multitude of scales to evaluate a patient who suffers from Parkinson’s disease: the Hoehn-Yahr scale, the Columbia University Rating Scale (CURS), the Activities of Daily Living scale (ADL), etc. Currently, pharmaceutical medicines allow the sufferers of Parkinson’s Disease to efficiently relieve the majority of their symptoms which, combined with various physiotherapeutic techniques and Ozone Therapy, let the patients maintain an acceptable quality of life.The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of Ozone Therapy on the appearance and subsequent evolution of the disease. The present study began in April, 2011 and included 30 patients. The patients were classified in stages based upon the Hoehn-Yahr scale. 15 of these patients received Ozone Therapy by rectal insufflations or by autohemotransfusion, as well as maintaining their normal Parkinson’s medications. The other 15 patients constituted the Control Group. The study was structured to evaluate the results after one year of treatment; however a check was made after six months. The patients were evaluated using the CURS scale and the condition of specific activities of daily living (ADL). Preliminary results showed a drop in the items of the CURS scale in 60% of the patients and an improvement in the ADL in 50% in comparison to the Control Group. Since these are preliminary results, it would be premature to draw conclusions; however so far, everything leads us to believe that Ozone Therapy will have benefits for the quality of life of these patients and will reduce the progression of the disease by controlling oxidative stress

Date

7th - 9th June, 2012

Proceedings Title

Revista Española de Ozonoterapia

Conference Name

III International Congress of AEPROMO

Place

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

Publisher

AEPROMO

Volume

2

Pages

31-32

Series

2

Language

English, Spanish

ISBN

2174-3215

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Supplement 1

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