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Title

[Effect of low therapeutic doses of ozone on the level of endogenous intoxication in patients with metabolic syndrome]

Author

Vedunova, M V

Author

Kontorshchikova, K N

Abstract

This study revealed elevated levels of low and intermediate molecular mass substances in blood plasma and erythrocytes in patients with metabolic syndrome compared with normal values. Severity of the disease correlated with the degree of endogenous intoxication. Triglycerides were found to be major contributors to the development of endogenous intoxication in patients with metabolic syndrome. Measurements of total and bound albumin levels suggested its impaired binding capacity. The influence of low-dose ozone therapy and standard treatment of metabolic syndrome was estimated from the changes in the level of low and intermediate molecular mass substances and albumin binding capacity. Ozone was shown to reduce endogenous intoxication by decreasing the amount of low and intermediate molecular mass substances and increasing the binding capacity of albumin. Key Words: metabolic syndrome, endogenous intoxication, detoxifying effect of ozone

Publication

Fizioterapiya, Balneologiya, Reabilitatsiya

Issue

3

Pages

41-43

Date

2009

Journal Abbr

Fizioter Balneol Reabil

Language

Russian

ISSN

1681-3456

URL

http://www.medlit.ru/medeng/fizter5.htm

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[Disturbed immune status and immunocorrective effect of ozone-assisted therapy in comparison with traditional treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus complicated by pyonecrotic lesions of the lower extremities]

Author

Gazin, I K

Author

Istomin, NP

Publication

Immunologiya

Issue

1

Pages

60-61

Date

2009

Journal Abbr

Immunologiya

Language

Russian

ISSN

0206-4952

URL

http://www.medlit.ru/medeng/imm/imm09e.htm

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Title

Diabetes and chronic oxidative stress. A perspective based on the possible usefulness of ozone therapy

Author

Bocci, Velio

Author

Zanardi, Iacopo

Author

Huijberts, Maya S.P.

Author

Travagli, Valter

Abstract

It is now well established that hyperglycemia, present in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, causes a variety of biochemical derangements leading to a diffused vascular damage responsible for several pathologic manifestations. Although preclinical and clinical studies have been performed by an unreliable administration route, the correct approach of oxygen-ozonetherapy may break a vicious circle. Messengers, released by a precise interaction ex vivo of the patient's blood with an equivalent calculated dose of ozone (0.42-0.84 mM), react with a variety of cells after blood infusion and restore a number of functions went astray. This paper aims to open a debate on this new therapy for improving the prognosis of diabetes.

Publication

Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research and Reviews

Volume

In Press, Corrected Proof

Date

2010

Journal Abbr

Diabet Metabol Syndrom Clin Res Rev

DOI

10.1016/j.dsx.2010.05.014

ISSN

1871-4021

URL

http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.uef.fi:2048/science/article/B82Y0-50822FV-1/2/8f315ddd19ef7f07c1f9231c6810cb37

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