Method of increasing the sensitivity of bacteria to biodestruction the action of laser radiation in combination with a photosensitizer
(57) Abstract:The invention relates to medicine and is intended to increase the sensitivity of bacteria to laser radiation in combination with a photosensitizer. Effect of low-intensity laser radiation in combination with a photosensitizer. As photosensitizer using chitosan with methylene blue. The method can effectively increase the sensitivity of bacteria to low-intensity laser radiation. 5 table. The invention relates to medicine, namely to Microbiology, laser medicine. Low-intensity laser irradiation (LLLT) in practical medicine used primarily for stimulation of disturbed metabolism and tissue trophism (1), in particular, in surgical practice for impact on the wound process in order to accelerate healing of wounds and prevent suppuration. However, NEELY has little bacteriostatic in the complete absence of bactericidal action on biological properties of Staphylococcus aureus (2) and other species of bacteria (3, 4).To improve the efficiency of laser radiation applied photosensitizers (PS) mainly in Oncology PR is the congestion, increasing the sensitivity of microorganisms to laser study, in the literature there are few messages. For example, a variety of dyes (6): crystal violet thionin, methylene blue, protoporphyrin IX derivatives of hematoporphyrin, toluidine blue Oh, disulfonated aluminum phthalocyanine, which showed sellingbuy activity under the action of laser radiation density from 16 to 320 J/cm2maximum destruction of bacteria was not above 99%.The disadvantages of these methods include: 1) the need to maintain a constant concentration of solutions of photosensitizers, 2) the inability to prevent the diffusion and spreading of the dye in the tissues, 3) the lack of strong ties dyes with surface structures of microorganisms, 4) lack of effect of concentration of dye on the surface of microorganisms, 5) duration of staining associated with the necessity of using low concentrations of dyes in order to avoid damage to somatic cells, 6) lack of antibacterial activity, 7) absence of immunomodulatory effects, 8) use with high power lasers and high flux density of laser research and / microorganisms to biodestruction the action of laser radiation (7), based on the processing of microorganisms 1% (weight/volume) aqueous solution of phosphorus-tungsten acid (FVC) or ammonium molybdate (MA) for 5-10 sec with subsequent exposure to an equal volume of 0.25% (weight/volume) solution of methylene blue (MC). It was assumed that on the surface of bacteria is formed biofilm with methylene blue, which is a photosensitizer.The disadvantages of the prototype include: 1) application FVC and MA as compounds containing ions of tungsten and molybdenum, which in varying degrees, can have a toxic effect on cells of the human body, 2) such complexes can serve allergenic factor 3) does not have immunostimulating and wound-healing action.The authors propose an original way to justify the use of chitosan with methylene blue as a means (photosensitizer) that increases the sensitivity of bacteria to low-intensity laser irradiation. As a drug that can interact with a variety of negatively charged molecules of dyes, proteins, glycoproteins surface of microorganisms we have chosen chitosan.Chitosan, representing composed of N-acetylglucosamine, causes prolonging the action of drugs, increasing their therapeutic effect. Chitosan allowed the Russian Ministry of health as a food additive - amendment. In addition, chitosan has sorption, deadening and immunomodulatory activity (8, 9). These positive properties, and was the basis for the use of chitosan as an adsorbent capable to enter into the complexation at the same time with different classes of negatively charged molecules (methylene blue - membrane proteins of microorganisms). In this case, the surface of microbial cells using chitosan firmly attached NNN'N'-tetramethylethylene (methylene blue), which is a photosensitizing label for laser studies.The method consists in the treatment of the wound or inflammatory lesion 1% solution of chitosan 0.25% solution of aqueous hydrochloric acid with 0.25% aqueous solution of methylene blue and influence NEELY in therapeutic radiation mode.In this regard, the aim of our work was to study the comparative effect of a fundamentally new semiconductor laser ILD 650 "Mustang", (company "Engineering", Moscow) wavelength in the red range ( = 0.63 Ám), operating in pulsed mode the St. aureus, Candida parapsilosis, Candida crusea, Acnietobacter anitratus, and others) and gram-negative (Pseudomonas maltophila, Rs.putida, Hafnia alvei, Rhododorula and others) microorganisms "in vitro" and "in vivo" in its pure form and with the use of FS. The parameters of laser radiation as "in vitro" and "in vivo" were identical, namely, the time of irradiation of the infrared laser was 4 min, Pmax= 10 W with a single dose of 0.02 j/cm2; the exposure time of red pulsed laser also was 4 min, Pmax= 5 watts and a single dose of radiation (f = 80 Hz) of 0.01 j/cm2and when f = 3000 Hz to 0.4 j/cm2(calculation of doses in tables Kozlov Century. And. and Buyline C. A. (10).To study morphological changes in the course of reparative regeneration of skin wounds using standard histological techniques.The experiment was carried out in two stages. First investigated the effect of LLLT wavelength range on the viability of microbial cells and the activity of their enzyme systems under the action of laser in pure form and in the pre-treatment of cultures FS.It was found that the semiconductor lasers of the red and infrared ranges, did not affect the change of life and pathogenicity test organism. While pre-treatment of bacteria of the Federal Assembly of pgcap contributed to a pronounced bactericidal effect. The results of irradiation were mixed. So the number of gram-negative bacteria treated with photosensitizer in sub-bacteriostatic concentration, decreased from 5109CFU/g to 1102CFU/g as the use of IR-radiation, and red pulsed laser in the same degree at a frequency of 80 Hz and 3000 Hz. However, 100% mortality of Staphylococcus aureus, loaded FS, was the only infrared radiation. While red pulse laser when exposed to this strain, regardless of the frequency of radiation, had a reduction in their number.In the experiment on the animals (42 rat line "Wistar" average weight of 120 g) was taking St. aureus strain 236 having high resilience and expressed pathogenicity (try using other microorganisms was unsuccessful due to their rapid destruction and ultimately pollution wound Staphylococcus aureus). On the back of rats in the interscapular area did scalped, an open wound 1x1 see it was administered daily St suspension. aureus, corresponding to the turbidity standard No. 6 in MC Farland. After 3 days formed the inflammatory process. All the examined animals were divided into 5 groups depending on Primaria group (wound was treated FS) 9 rats were subjected, accordingly, the impulse NEELY red and infrared ranges of the above parameters. In the third and fourth groups (the wound was not processed FS) also in 9 rats and also used identical parameters of laser radiation. NEELY was carried out for 5 days. The control group, the wound which is processed only by the photosensitizer without laser application, amounted to 6 rats. Efficacy was assessed by the change in the culture of bacteria taken from the wound before and after laser treatment.As a result of the research showed that in rats, the wound which has not been previously processed photoactive substance, the amount allocated from the biopsy strains St. aureus, after applying pulsed LLLT red and infrared ranges were the same as in the control group, regardless of the multiplicity of exposure. In rats, the wound was treated with a photosensitizer, red pulsed laser, did not reduce the number of viable bacteria compared with the control. While the IR laser in rats, the wound was treated with a photosensitizer, significantly reduced the number of St. aureus in biopsies 2-4 times (p<0,05).The results of microbiological analysis of the content of the RAS experimental animals correlate with optical studies.At macroscopic examination of the newly formed tissue in the healing of experimental wounds noted that the data are consistent with microscopic changes what is happening in the damaged area (PL. 4, 5).Microscopic changes in the damaged area, confirm visual observations.Thus, the use of IR laser in combination with FS changes the speed and nature of implementation of individual stages of post-traumatic regeneration of infected skin wounds, which leads to reduction of total healing time for 3 days.The results of our study showed that both in vitro and in vivo efficacy of low level laser radiation increases greatly with the use of photosensitizing agents to a greater extent when the IR radiation, which is confirmed by the data of histological research. It has also been found ambiguous enzymatic reaction St. aureus to laser irradiation, indicating their wide adaptation possibilities that require further investigation and explanation. While we have not identified the advantages of a stand-alone application red pulsed radiation in the experiment, compared with infrared, which probably indicates the need for greater understanding and explore options combined use of wavelengths rigestration the action of laser radiation is as photosensitizer is applied 1% solution of chitosan in 0.25% aqueous hydrochloric acid in combination with 0.25% aqueous solution of methylene blue. High molecular weight chitosan is able to partially contact with methylene blue and simultaneously with negatively charged molecules to the surface of bacterial cells. The complex bacterial cell-chitosan-methylene blue becomes susceptible to NEELY red and especially infrared ranges. In addition, chitosan prolong the antiseptic action of methylene blue, has a pronounced antimicrobial, sorption, deathtiny action against bacteria and damaged tissue in the wound has anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory effect.Literature
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FIELD: medicine, cosmetics.
SUBSTANCE: the present innovation deals with, a) at least, one fungicide substance and b) at least, one water-soluble film-forming substance, where b)-component is chitosan derivative chosen out of hydroxyalkyl chitosans and carboxyalkyl chitosans; nail vanish that includes the above-mentioned composition, and nail vanish that includes, at least, one water-soluble film-forming substance chosen out of hydroxyalkyl chitosans and carboxyalkyl chitosans. The suggested nail vanish is of high fungicide action and is free of multiple dermatological and esthetic disadvantages.
EFFECT: higher efficiency of application.
23 cl, 10 ex, 1 tbl
SUBSTANCE: the present innovation deals with cosmetic preparation for taking care of skin, in particular. The suggested antibacterial gel consists of either hydroxypropylcellulose or hydroxyethylcellulose, propylene glycol or diethylene glycol compound, polyguanidine or its synergistic mixture with quaternary ammonium compound, chitosan, oxyethylated ether of sorbitane, polyvinyl pyrrolidone at molecular weight ranged 10000 - 40000 or copolymer of polyvinylpyrrolidone, trilon-B - sodium salt of ethylene diamintetraacetic acid, perfumery composition, vitamin constituent and water. The present innovation provides increased regenerating formula of skin and its enhanced barrier function, improves homogeneity of the composition mentioned and its stability.
EFFECT: higher efficiency of application.
5 cl, 4 ex, 3 tbl
FIELD: pharmaceutical industry.
SUBSTANCE: invention relates to porous quick-breaking active ingredient-containing granules based on chitosan or basic derivative thereof prepared by drop-by-drop technique, wherein aqueous solution or dispersion of chitosan or basic derivative thereof, one or several active substances, optional secondary active substances, and acid are dropwise added to cooling fluid at maximum temperature -5°C. As a result, solution or dispersion is solidified in the form of drops, which are then separated and dried. Such procedure is used to prepare therapeutical or diagnostic agents.
EFFECT: avoided use of gelatin or collagen as carrier.
SUBSTANCE: chitosan oligosaccharides are obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis of 10 % chitosan solution for 30-50 min. Then chitosan and chitosanase are additionally added into solution to produce total chitosan concentration of 10 mass %, and fermentation is carried out up to total time of 20-24 h. In another embodiment beforehand enzymatic hydrolysis of 5 % chitosan solution for 30-50 min is carried out, then chitosan and chitosanase are additionally added into solution to produce total chitosan concentration of 10 mass %, and fermentation is carried out for 30-50 min. After that chitosan and chitosanase are added into solution again to produce total chitosan concentration of 15 mass %, and fermentation is carried out up to total time of 20-24 h. In the third embodiment into aqueous solution containing organic acids simultaneously chitosan in amount of 10-15 mass % and chitosanase are added and fermentation is carried out for 20-24 h. In all variants mixture of acetic and ascorbic acids, acetic acid, mixture of acetic and succinic acids, mixture of ascorbic and succinic acids are used as organic acids. Method of present invention makes it possible to increase target product yield by 2-3 times without losses of characteristics thereof.
EFFECT: method of improved yield; product of high quality.
7 cl, 1 tbl, 8 ex
FIELD: chemical-pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy.
SUBSTANCE: invention relates to a new pharmaceutical preparation comprising active substance and chitosan derivative that present in nanosol in an isoionic state. Pharmaceutical preparation is prepared by the following manner: the chitosan derivative is taken to provide isoionic state at the definite level of pH value or equilibrating charges of active substance and a carrier in the preparation. An aqueous sol is prepared from chitosan derivative that contains an active substance. The pH level is regulated to provide an isoionic state at possible precipitation of colloidal particles or nanoparticles of active substance, and prepared sol is dried. Pharmaceutical preparation elicits the enhanced bioavailability, releases active substance rapidly and stable in storage.
EFFECT: improved and valuable properties of pharmaceutical preparation.
FIELD: medicine, pharmacy.
SUBSTANCE: invention relates to manufacturing medicinal preparations with wound-healing effect, in particular, to preparation with wound-healing effect comprising an agent stimulating epithelization. The wound-healing agent comprises vitamin E in concentrations 0.01-5.0 wt.-% in chitosan gel. Preferable variant represents applying chitosan gel formed by fractionated low-molecular chitosan of molecular mass from 10 to 20 kDa, or from 20 to 50 kDa, or from 50 to 300 kDa taken in the concentration from 1.0 to 10.0 wt.-%. Except for, it is possible additional applying antibacterial agent in wound-healing agent taken among the following order: chloramfenicol, lyncomycin, metronidazol, ciprofloxacin, benzalkonium chloride, additional using an antibacterial agent and lidocaine in agent, additional using an antibacterial agent and adrenaline in agent, and additional using hydrocortisone in the concentration 0.5 wt.-% in agent. Invention provides preparing wound-healing effect that occurs early essentially in epithelization and without formation of colloidal scars and reduces time for appearance of tissue regeneration markers.
EFFECT: valuable properties of agent.
8 cl, 2 tbl, 3 ex
FIELD: medicine, therapeutic stomatology, dermatology.
SUBSTANCE: the present innovation deals with introducing desensitizing remedies, local application of hormonal preparation onto oral mucosa and, also, a keratoplastic preparation as 4%-chitosan water-insoluble colloid solution at deacetylation degree of 0.95, molecular weight of 100-120 kD. This preparation should be applied with a thin layer onto affected parts of oral mucosa for 30 d which should be pre-treated with 1%-hydrogen peroxide solution and dried. Then therapy should be continued with the above-mentioned chitosan solution once daily after meals and once nocturnally, for 30 d, as well. The innovation provides quick interruption of inflammation, complete epithelization due to high adhesion of preparation at oral mucosa.
EFFECT: higher efficiency of therapy.
4 dwg, 2 ex, 2 tbl
FIELD: chemistry, medicine.
SUBSTANCE: concentrated solutions of chitosan in organic acids (e.g., acetic, ascorbic, succinic acids) are subjected to sequential enzyme destruction by using chitoinase and lipaine. Hydrolysis is carried out at 45°C for long time. Hydrolyzate is subjected to spray drying.
EFFECT: preparation useful in treatment of various deceases.
2 cl, 5 ex
FIELD: medicine, gastroenterology.
SUBSTANCE: invention proposes a method for recovering treatment of chronic cholecystitis. Method involves dietotherapy and prescription of chitamine in the dose 0.6 g, 3 times per a day, 1-1.5 h before eating for 21-24 days. Method provides improving the bile passage, prevents its congestion and shows an anti-inflammatory effect with reducing adverse effects. Invention can be used in aims for recovering treatment of patients suffering with chronic cholecystitis.
EFFECT: improved method for treatment.
2 tbl, 1 dwg, 1 ex