Method of treating cystitis

FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to medicine, particularly to methods of treating cystitis of various origins. Increasing the clinical effectiveness and reducing a probability of recurrences are ensured by administering therapeutically active and gel preparations possessing a high adhesion to urothelium walls. The method involves instilling sodium alginate in the form of Colegel gel containing the therapeutically active preparations dioxidine, lidocaine, deoxyribonucleate, sodium hyaluronate in a therapeutically effective amount with the instillation procedure suggested to be performed according to the schedule specified depending on the cystitis origin. If observing chronic bacterial recurrent cystitis, the following schedule is presented: instillations of Colegel-ADL from the 1st to 10th therapeutic day daily, instillations of Colegel-DNK-L from the 11th to 20th therapeutic day every second day, 2-month instillation of Colegel-Hyal once a week. Treating radiation and interstitial cystitis requires the following therapeutic schedule: instillations of Colegel-ADL from the 1st to 20th day, while Colegel-DNK-L and Colegel-Hyal are instilled once twice a week from the 21st to 56th day alternated every second day. The presented therapeutic schedules using the given therapeutically active preparations enabling relieving pain, reducing a rate and a length of recurrent cystitis.

EFFECT: using these therapeutic schedules is high-efficient and safe.

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The invention relates to medicine, namely to methods of treatment of recurrent bacterial cystitis.

There is a method of treatment of cystitis, including intravesical introduction viscoelastic buffered physiological solution of sodium hyaluronate (P. Century. glebocka, Y., alyayev, H. K. Hajiyev, Mirkin J. B. Use of hyaluronic acid in the treatment of chronic cystitis. EF. Urology. 5/2011, pp. 30-35).

The disadvantage of this method is that the solution of sodium hyaluronate has no lasting effect, because the drug has a weak adhesion to urothelia bladder and soon after the introduction out of the body, requires repeated quite complex (it will only nurses and painful for the patient's procedure.

There is a method local, including intravesical therapy of chronic cystitis (RF Patent No. 2270678, IPC AC 31/495), which consists in the intravesical administration of 0.5% solution dioksidina with the simultaneous introduction of "Enterosgel".

The disadvantage of this method is the poor adhesion of the injected solution dioksidina to the walls of urothelia, as well as the need to introduce "Enterosgel" that can reduce the concentration of dioksidin.

The task of the invention is to remedy these disadvantages, the increase of treatment efficiency and the lower the likelihood of relapse due to the introduction of therapeutically active and gel preparations, having high adhesion to the walls of urothelia.

To solve the tasks proposed in the treatment of chronic recurrent bacterial cystitis to make gel instillation of the drug, "Kregel-ADL" from 1 to 10 day treatment daily, then intelliroute "Collegel-DNA-L" from the 11th to the 20th day after day.

The proposed treatment regimen using data therapeutically active drugs can reduce pain symptoms, reduce the frequency and duration of recurrent cystitis.

The implementation of the method is demonstrated on specific clinical examples.

Example 1.

A patient, 34 years old, suffers from recurrent bacterial cystitis 20 years, the recurrence rate increased from 1-2 per year, up to 10-12 episodes a year, the intensity of relapse by the visual analogue scale was reached 7 points, period of 5-7 days. During a relapse in the General analysis of urine leukocytes were found in 30-40 p/vision, urine culture - E. coli 5*105.

Were treated by the proposed method.

In pre-emptied the bladder is introduced with a syringe through the catheter therapeutically active drugs according to the following scheme:

1-10 day - "Collegel-ADL" on the 1st instillation of 20 ml daily.

11-20 day - "Collegel-DNA-L" on the 1st instillation of 20 ml a day.

After a course of intravesical therapy for 1.5 years was not observed no recurrence of cystitis. Urinalysis: leukocytes in 1-2 p/SP. (norm), urine culture - no growth.

The proposed method was treated 21 patients. All patients after treatment by the proposed schemes reported a decrease of discomfort and burning in the urethra during the first week of treatment. Frequency of urination as a result of treatment decreased on average by 33% during the first three weeks of treatment. The number of night time urination in women is also significantly decreased on average 3 times.

During the treatment by the proposed method have stabilized glucosamine layer of patients, treatment is highly effective and safe.

A method for the treatment of chronic recurrent bacterial cystitis, including the installation of gel preparation "Collegel-ADL" from 1 to 10 day treatment every day, and then install "Collegel-DNA-L" from the 11th to the 20th day after day.


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FIELD: chemistry, pharmacology.

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FIELD: medicine, pharmaceutics.

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EFFECT: invention provides the wider medical variation of the drug concentrations, preparing high-thixotropy soft hydrogel materials (tablets) easy to administer, including through rectum, preparing the materials that preserve its all their physical-technical and mechanical properties after the gamma sterilisation along with the sterility.

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FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to medicine, more specifically to physiotherapy, otorhinolaryngology, audiology, rehabilitation medicine, and may be used for the physiotherapeutic body exposure in the diseases developed in cerebral and cervical human tissues and organs, such as perceptive hearing loss, siagonantritis, eustachitis, temporomandibular dysfunctional pain syndrome, odontogenous or rhinogenous trifacial neuralgia, Bell's palsy etc. For this purpose, a concha of auricle is exposed to electric current by introducing an electrode into an ear to contact a cavity and cup of concha tightly. Besides, the above are exposed to electric current through an electrode placed into a nasal passage. The electrodes are wrapped in a wet tissue made of a non-woven material with surface density 160-180 g/m2 containing a polymer layer of sodium alginate containing a drug preparation or a mixture thereof. The exposure is generated by direct electric current with its intensity to be gradually increased from 1 to 5 mA. The procedures are sequential at first from one side, and then from the other side. The exposure time makes 10-15 minutes from each side. The therapeutic course is 8-12 daily procedures.

EFFECT: appropriate prescription of the drug preparations enables the method providing the evident analgesic and anti-inflammatory action, activation of the tissue immune processes, improved innervation within the exposure region, recovered locomotor function of the temporomandibular joint and masticatory muscles, higher contractive activity of the muscles of expression, reduced development of any negative responses and complications ensured by the combined action of direct electric current and prolonged action of the pharmacological preparations in the presented tissues.

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FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to medicine, particularly oncology and surgery, and may be used in treating rectal cancer. That is ensured by teleirradiation, oral administration of capecitabine, intrarectal administration of metronidazole, local SHF hyperthermia followed by a surgical intervention. Capecitabine is administered 2000 mg/m2 from the 1st to 14th days. Metronidazole 10 g/m2 is intrarectally administered on the 3rd and 5th therapeutic days as a part of a composite mixture having the following proportions, wt %: metronidazole 12-22, sodium alginate 4-6, dimethylsulphoxide 2, distilled water up to 100. The 5-hour exposure of metronidazole is followed by a session of teletherapy. The local SHF hyperthermia at temperature 41-45° for one hour follows a session of teletherapy on 3rd, 4th and 5th therapeutic days. The surgical intervention is conducted 4 weeks after the completion of the preoperative therapy.

EFFECT: method provides ensuring complete therapeutic pathomorphism of the tumour in 25% of patients, reducing toxic and post-therapeutic complications, as well as enables conducting sphincter-preserving surgical interventions.

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FIELD: medicine.

SUBSTANCE: composition 16-21ml consisting of a mixture of therapeutic preparations: Dona glucosamine sulphate 3.0 ml; ChondroGuard, or Mucosatum, or Chondrolon chondroitin sulphate - 2.0 ml; Alflutop 2.0 ml; Actovegin 4.0-5.0 ml; glucocorticosteroids Depo-Medrol 1.0-2.0 ml in the concentration of 40 mg/ml, or Diprospane 1.0-2.0 ml in the concentration of 7 mg/ml, or Metipred 1.0-2.0 ml in the concentration of 62.5 mg/ml; vitamins B1, B6, B12 Combilipen 2.0 ml, or Milgamma 2.0 ml, or Neurobion 3.0 ml; 95% or 70% ethanol 2.0-4.0 ml, is administered into a pathologically changed region. That is immediately followed by exposing the pathologically changed region and adjoining segments to a session of A shock-wave therapy in the following mode: pressure 1.2 - 4.0 bar, frequency 7-12 Hz, beat quantity 8000-14000 for 20-40 minutes. The complex procedures are performed within the course of 1-6 times every 7-10 days.

EFFECT: method enables the direct exposure on the pathologically changed region to achieve the optimum concentration of drug preparations therein with avoiding systemic prescription and preventing a risk of side effects.

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