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Comments on "Comparison of the influence of ozone and laser therapies on pain, swelling, and trismus following impacted third-molar surgery"

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He, Wulin

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Yu, Fanyuan

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Duan, Peijia

Publication

Lasers in medical science

Date

Nov 30, 2013

Journal Abbr

Lasers Med Sci

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ENG

DOI

10.1007/s10103-013-1476-1

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1435-604X

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[Comparative estimation of efficacy of the immunecorrecting combined three- level cytokino- and ozonotherapy in complex treatment of extended peritonitis]

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Gadzhiev, N D

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Sushkov, S V

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Klimova, E M

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Kordon, T I

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The results of surgical treatment of 211 patients, suffering extended peritonitis (EP) of various etiology, were analyzed. The peritonitis severity was graded in accordance to Mannheim's index of peritonitis (MIP). The patients were divided on two groups. In 60 patients (group of comparison) the basic treatment was conducted, without immunocorrection. The patients of the main group were divided on three subgroups. To the patients of the first subgroup (43) 400 ml of ozonated isotonic solution (OIS) of sodium chloride was infused intravenously additionally in the contents of basic therapy, as well as peritoneal-enteral detoxication using OIS was conducted. In a second subgroup a regional intraabdominal endolymphatic ozonotherapy (OTH) was conducted to 57 patients with OIS and peritoneal-enteral sanation using medical ozone. In the 3d subgroup in 51 patients additionally were applied intravenous infusion of OIS and peritoneal-enteral sanation with medical ozone. To these patients cytokinotherapy was conducted, when splenopid was applied intravenously, intraperitoneally and enterally simultaneously. The indices of the T- and B-immunity links, phagocytic activity of neutrophils, including phagocytic index, phagocytic number, the completeness of phagocytosis index, as well as the content of the tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha), gamma-interferon (IFN-gamma) and interleukins (IL) - IL-1, IL-2, IL-4, IL-6, IL-10 were estimated in the blood serum in dynamics. The combined staged three-level (systemic, intraperitoneal and enteral) application of natural cytokins and medical ozone have promoted mutual potentiating of their action, significant efficacy of the immunemodulating therapy in comparison with such systemic and local OTH.

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Klinichna khirurhiia / Ministerstvo okhorony zdorov'ia Ukraïny, Naukove tovarystvo khirurhiv Ukraïny

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5

Pages

10-13

Date

May 2013

Journal Abbr

Klin Khir

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Russian

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0023-2130

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Comparing the antibacterial activity of gaseous ozone and chlorhexidine solution on a tooth cavity model

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Kapdan, Arife

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Oztaş, Nurhan

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Sümer, Zeynep

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OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the antibacterial activity of gaseous ozone and chlorhexidine solution on a tooth cavity model. STUDY DESIGN: Twenty-one human molars were divided into 3 groups. Cavities were then cut into the teeth (4 per tooth, 28 cavities per group). After sterilization, the teeth were left in broth cultures of 106 colony-forming units (CFU) ml-1 of Streptococcus mutans (S. mutans) at 36°C for 48 h. The appropriate treatment followed (group A, control; group B, 2% chlorhexidine solution; and group C, 80s of treatment with ozone, and the cavities were then filled with composite resin. After 72h, the restorations were removed, dentin chips were collected with an excavator, and the total number of microorganisms was determined. RESULTS: Both of the treatments significantly reduced the number of S. mutans present compared with the control group and there was a significant difference between the all groups in terms of the amount of the microorganisms grown (p < 0.05). Group B was beter than group C; and group C was better than group A. Moreover, it was found that the amount of the growth in the group of chlorhexidine was significantly less than that of the ozone group (p < 0.05). CONCLUSION: Chlorhexidine solution was the antibacterial treatment most efficacious on S. mutans; however, ozone application could be an anlternative cavity disinfection method because of ozone's cavity disinfection activity. Key words:Antibacterial activity, chlorhexidine, ozone, streptococcus mutans, tooth cavity.

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Journal of clinical and experimental dentistry

Volume

5

Issue

3

Pages

e133-137

Date

Jul 1, 2013

Journal Abbr

J Clin Exp Dent

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eng

DOI

10.4317/jced.51130

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1989-5488

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