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[Outpatient electromagnetic therapy combined with hyperbaric oxygenation in arterial occlusive diseases]

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The authors first applied hyperbaric oxygenation (HBO) in the outpatient clinic in 1968. Barotherapy was conducted in 107 outpatients whose ages ranged from 27 to 80 years; they had various stages of the disease of 5- to 20-year history. In 70 patients treated for obliterating diseases of the vessels by HBO in a complex with magnetotherapy by means of magnetophors, the remission lasted 1-2 years; patients treated by HBO alone had a 3-8 month remission. A prolonged positive effect was produced in 64 patients. The suggested effective and safe method is an additional one to the existing means of treating this serious and progressive disease, which can be applied successfully in outpatient clinics.

Author:

Reut, N. I. and Kononova, T. I.

Year:

1990

Volume:

Pages:

41-3--

Keywords:

Adult

Comment:

Reut, N I Kononova, T I English Abstract

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Book title:

Khirurgiia (Mosk)

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