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Title [The treatment of an acute paraproctitis]
Author Militsa, N N
Author Toporov, Iu D
Author Kozlov, V B
Author Davydov, V I
Author Grebennikov, D S
Author Postolenko, N D
Abstract The results of surgical treatment of an acute paraproctitis in 708 patients, in 9 (1.27%) of whom gangrenous -- putrificated form of paraproctitis was diagnosed, are adduced. In 187 (42.6%) patients the abscess disclosure with intraintestinal purulent fistula, going into intestinal lumen, excision was performed, together with cryptectomy -- in 182 (41.4%), the ligature method was applied in 18 (4.1%) with subsequent fistula excision and its internal orifice plasty using mucosal-submucosal flap. For extrasphincteric or transsphincteric purulent tunnel the abscess was opened and drained, its internal orifice sutured, using 'distant" removable suture. It internal orifice was not revealed there was accomplished procedure of disclosure and draining of purulent cavity, the wound sanation with insufflation of ozone-oxygen mixture. In anaerobic paraproctitis the procedure consisted of disclosure and draining of purulent cavities with necrectomy was performed. To all the patients antibacterial therapy was conducted. In 20 (4.5%) patients an acute paraproctitis recurrence had occurred, in 9 (2%) -- pararectal fistula, and in 5 (1.1%) -- the anal sphincter stage I insufficiency.
Publication Klinichna Khirurhiia / Ministerstvo Okhorony Zdorov'ia Ukraïny, Naukove Tovarystvo Khirurhiv Ukraïny
Issue 10
Pages 37-39
Date Oct 2008
Journal Abbr Klin Khir
ISSN 0023-2130
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19405402
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Title [Positive Effects of Oxygen-Ozone Therapy in Chronic Ulcerative Rectocolitis. A Case Report]
Author Riva Sanseverino, E
Author SOTGIU, P.
Abstract This case report deals with a 45-year woman who suffered from chronic ulcerative rectocolitis, initially treated by allopathic drugs and subsequently only by holistic natural therapy. Whereas no satisfactory results were obtained with the first treatment, the second therapeutic approach was entirely successful. As is known, rectocolitis is a chronic pathology characterized by inflammatory and degenerative lesions of the bowel mucosa. Although its aetiology is still unknown, genetic, immunologic and environmental factors have been implicated. From September 1997 to February 2000 the patient was treated in different hospitals and at home with numerous drugs including anti-inflammatory medication, antibiotics, immunosuppressive, cortisone-like and anti-depressive substances. Since no acceptable positive effects were obtained, she opted for natural holistic therapy. The following clinical picture was recorded by us: 1) rectocolitis with ulcers, characterized by 20-30 bloody diarrhoeal bowel discharges per day; 2) severe anemia, hemoglobin being 5.2 g%; 3) severely imbalanced water status; 4) joint pain in numerous regions; 5) cough with abundant transparent catarrh, particularly the during night; 6) sleep loss due to cough and bowel discharges; 7) variable intensity fever; 8) depression due to home confinement; 9) no possibility of work; 10) total discouragement with physicians and official therapy. The holistic natural therapy consisted in two different modalities of oxygen-ozone therapy: a) rectal insufflation of a mixture of oxygen-ozone with a low concentration of ozone (10-12 mg of ozone in 1 mL of oxygen) 2-3 times a week for a long period; b) major ozonated autohemotransfusion with the addition of homotoxicological drugs once a week for a long period. At the end of July 2000, patient decided to stop treatments because she was healthy. She then continued with treatments every month up to the month of July 2001. After that no further therapy was given up to the last check-up in October, 2003, the patient being in good health.
Publication Rivista Italiana di Ossigeno-Ozonoterapia
Volume 3
Issue 1
Pages 61–64
Date 2004
Journal Abbr Riv Ital Ossigeno-Ozonoterapia
Language Italian
ISSN 1720-6561
Short Title Effetti positivi della Ossigeno-Ozonoterapia in rettocolite ulcerosa cronica Descrizione di un caso
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Title [Ozone-oxygen therapy in proctology]
Author Knoch, H G
Author Klug, W
Abstract The diffusion of oxygen through the colon wall could be demonstrated in animal experiment. The relevant rise in PaO2 can be evidenced both in blood vessels and in the liver, whereby a significantly high increase of 250% above the normal value was recorded in the region of the intestinal wall. The venous blood values were at 230%, those in the portal vein at 134%, and in the liver parenchyma at 127%. When ozone is applied, these values are even higher. An increase can also be recorded in humans by means of transcutaneous PaO2 measurements. In proctology, we view the indication of rectal insufflation to be valid for colitis. The present report covers initial results and experience: a further short report on the possibility of treating hepatitis in the same way will be following.
Publication Terapevticheskiĭ Arkhiv
Volume 62
Issue 2
Pages 93-98
Date 1990
Journal Abbr Ter. Arkh
Language Russian
ISSN 0040-3660
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2336632
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