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[Ozone hemotherapy and endogenous intoxication in gestoses].
Lik Sprava. 1999 MarLS

Abstract

The paper is concerned with the study of chief markers of endogenous intoxication such as bodily content of medium-weight molecules (MWM) in patients with grave forms of gestoses, as well as with quest for ways of initiating a correcting therapy. Results of complex studies permitted coming to the conclusion that endogenous intoxication in different forms of gestoses runs its course through stages. This validates not only MWM levels but peculiarities of their distribution in erythrocytes, blood plasma and urine of patients as well. In particular, a change in the urine MWM level depends on the functional state of the Kidneys. Decline in bodily content of the studied toxic substrates owing to inclusion of ozone hemotherapy in conventional intensive therapy of gestoses makes for an appreciable lessening of the degree of catabolic disturbances.

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rus

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10424058

Citation

Chuev, P N., et al. "[Ozone Hemotherapy and Endogenous Intoxication in Gestoses]." Likars'ka Sprava, 1999, pp. 107-8.
Chuev PN, Ivanchenko SA, Vladyka AS. [Ozone hemotherapy and endogenous intoxication in gestoses]. Lik Sprava. 1999.
Chuev, P. N., Ivanchenko, S. A., & Vladyka, A. S. (1999). [Ozone hemotherapy and endogenous intoxication in gestoses]. Likars'ka Sprava, (2), 107-8.
Chuev PN, Ivanchenko SA, Vladyka AS. [Ozone Hemotherapy and Endogenous Intoxication in Gestoses]. Lik Sprava. 1999;(2)107-8. PubMed PMID: 10424058.
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