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[Progress of hemodynamics indices among patients with hypertensive dyscirculatory encephalopathy when using mixed ozone and aerobic physical activity]

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Litvinova, N U

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Chekalova, N G

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Zhirnova, E V

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Litvinova, E V

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Silkin, U R

Abstract

High prevalence rate and bad after-effects of hypertensive dyscirculatory encephalopathy, including insults, generate a need for new methods of preventive treatment and therapy. Objective of this research is investigation of impact of mixed intravenous ozone therapy and aerobic physical activities on cerebral hemodynamics among patients with hypertensive dyscirculatory encephalopathy. The work describes methods of bicycle trainings and intravenous ozone therapy. Cerebral hemodynamics was studied by method of intra and transcranial dopplerography. It shows that this method of after-care has a more expressed clinical response in comparison with standard therapy and combination of standard therapy with course of bicycle trainings. Key words: hypertensive encephalopathy, cerebral blood flow, ozone therapy, graduated physical activity, bicycle training.

Publication

Medicinskij al'manah

Issue

1

Pages

75-78

Date

2011

Journal Abbr

Medicinskij al'manah

Language

Russian

ISSN

1997-7689

URL

http://www.medalmanac.ru/archive/year2011/number_14/nevrology/?doc=1116

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[Percutaneous Cervical Disc Ozone Chemonucleolysis In the Treatment of Cervical Disc Herniation 11 Cases of Analysis]

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Wang, Xuesong

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Dong, Yanjiang

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Song, Chao

Abstract

Objective To investigate the safety and efficacy of percutaneous intradiscal ozone injection treatment of cervical disc herniation. Methods Through the clinical diagnosis and CT/MRI screening of 11 cases of pure cervical disc herniation,in the guide of C-arm fluoroscopy Use X machine with 18G needle transpierce to the central lesion from the front of cervical intervertebral, inject 48mL Ozone with concentration of 50ug/mL. Results Follow-up at the 1,3 and 6 months after the treatment following the Odom's assessment of the standard assessment, among all 3 cases are considered excellent, 6 cases are good, 1 case acceptable and 0 case is bad. Fine rate reached 81%. Conclusion Percutaneous cervical disc Ozone chemonucleolysis in the treatment of cervical disc herniation is a safe, effective and easy method of operation. It is worthy of promotion. Key Words Cervical spine Intervertebral disk displacement Ozone

Publication

China Foreign Medical Treatment

Issue

18

Date

2009

Journal Abbr

China Foreign Med Treatment

Language

Chinese

DOI

CNKI:SUN:HZZZ.0.2009-18-008

ISSN

1674-0742

URL

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-HZZZ200918008.htm

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Painkilling effect of ozone-oxygen injection on spine and joint osteoarthritis

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Al-Jaziri, Ahmed A

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Mahmoodi, Seyed M

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OBJECTIVE: To analyze the painkilling effect of ozone-oxygen injection on joint and spine osteoarthritis. METHODS: This prospective study was completed at the Ozone Clinic, Rashid Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates on 220 mainly local patients 122 women, mean age 47.05 years; 98 men, mean age 52.8 years with radiographic documented spine or extremities osteoarthritis. The patients were treated over 3 years September 2002 to August 2005 by ozone-oxygen injection twice a week for at least 12 sessions. Using the 6 faces pain scale; the patients' pain was recorded at the beginning and at the 4th, 8th, and 12th sessions. They were followed for a mean of 8.48 months and their pain scale was recorded at that time too. RESULTS: Comparison of the patients' 1st day pains with their 4th, 8th, and 12th sessions' pains showed a significant decrease 1st day to 4th session p=0.005, 1st day to 8th week p=0.005, 1st day to 12th session p=0.0043. Comparison of the 1st day pain with the final follow-up pain, which was around 10 months from the first treatment, showed a meaningful decrease of pain p=0.0048. CONCLUSION: This study validates the painkilling effect of ozone-oxygen injection on osteoarthritis of the joints and spine. Its long term effect on pain advocates the likelihood of some histological changes as mechanism of its action.

Publication

Saudi Medical Journal

Volume

29

Issue

4

Pages

553-557

Date

Apr 2008

Journal Abbr

Saudi Med J

ISSN

0379-5284

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18382798

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