A method for the treatment of causalgia after amputation of the lower extremities
The invention relates to medicine, surgery, and can be used for the treatment of causalgia after amputation of the lower extremities. Injected into the femoral artery of 0.1-0.15% solution of hydrogen peroxide in a volume of 200.0 ml of This invention promotes adequate analgesia and reduce the invasiveness and morbidity methods of pain relief.
The invention relates to the field of medicine and is intended for the treatment of causalgia.
There is a method of treatment of causalgia (H. Hodos, Nervous diseases: Guide for physicians. - 3rd ed., Corr. and extra - So: Medicine, 1981, S. 298-299), which is that used neurosis, neurotomy and neurectomy as the stages of surgical treatment of this disease.
The disadvantages of this method are primarily: high invasiveness and trauma. In addition, quite complex in itself a technique of this type of treatment and requires special equipment, experience, and qualifications of the surgeon's. This in turn explains the high costs associated with this treatment method.
There is a method of treatment of causalgia (Great medical encyclopedia - volume 10 - Boars - Koali the th of which is the use of analgesics, sedative drugs, physical therapy and psychotherapy.
The disadvantages of this method are: the need for or availability of relevant groups of drugs, their high cost, existing contraindications to their use and potential side effects. The need for specialized psychotherapeutic services.
Objective of the claimed invention is to increase the efficiency of the treatment and rehabilitation of patients suffering from causalgia.
This object is achieved in that according to the method of treatment of causalgia after amputation of the lower extremities, including the use of physiotherapeutic procedures, intraarterially injected hydrogen peroxide solution concentration of 0.1-0.15%.
The advantages of this method are the simplicity of the methodology, low invasiveness and trauma (compared with operative treatment), efficiency, availability, low cost, no need for specific skills of the doctor and his qualifications. In addition, the absence of contraindications and hypoallergenic.
The method is as follows. For intraarterial administration used the ora of hydrogen peroxide at physiological salt solution. Puncture of the femoral artery is performed by a standard method. After careful processing, the groin alcohol, punctured femoral artery intramuscular needle just below the inguinal ligament in the typical place. The rate of injection should not exceed 14-15 ml per minute. You can enter up to 200.0 ml of solution. The number of sessions varies from 3 to 10. The sessions are held daily or every other day. When expressed pain syndrome may 2-fold introduction to the day.
Patient L., 46 years old. Diagnosis: Cellulitis region of the right knee joint. The stump of both lower extremities at the level of the lower third of the leg. Causalgia. The patient underwent intraarterial introduction 0.12% solution of hydrogen peroxide in a volume of 200.0 ml in the left and right femoral arteries daily for 5 days. Achieved complete relief of kaupallisesti pain. Observed within 6 months, the pain didn't bother.
Patient, 56 years. Diagnosis: Cellulitis of the left foot against the background of osteomyelitis Plusnin bones. Diabetes mellitus type II, II severity. In a patient after amputation on the main disease left lower extremity at the level of the lower third of the leg there is a strong kaupallisessa pain. Performed nutrire 10 days. Achieved a pronounced analgesic effect. The patient was discharged, observed within 1.5 months and the pain is not worried.
A method for the treatment of causalgia after amputation of the lower extremities, including the introduction of medicines, characterized in that as a drug used by 0.1 to 0.15% solution of hydrogen peroxide in a volume of 200.0 ml, which is introduced into the femoral artery.