Dongmei Ye

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BACKGROUND Microwave is a method for improving fracture repair. However, one of the contraindications for microwave treatment listed in the literature is surgically implanted metal plates in the treatment field. The reason is that the reflection of electromagnetic waves and the eddy current stimulated by microwave would increase the temperature of magnetic(More)
This study aimed to examine the safety profile of microwave therapy on limbs with metal implants. New Zealand white rabbits were implanted with titanium alloy internal fixation plates. Femurs were exposed to 20, 40, 60, or 80 W of microwave radiation for 30 min (microwave applicator at 2450 MHz), and temperatures of the implants and muscles adjacent to(More)
OBJECTIVE A high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method was developed to determine the concentration of nitidine chloride in plasma and successfully applied to study pharmacokinetics after i.v. administration in rabbits. METHOD Twelve rabbits, randomized into 2 groups , were given i.v. at the dose of 4, 6 mg x kg(-1) respectively. Chloramphenicol(More)
Objective: To observe the therapeutic action of Rifaximin on rats with diarrhea and visceral sensitivity. Methods: The diarrhea rat models were established by gastric gavage of folium sennae and shackled hindlimbs. Diarrhea-index was used to assess outcomes, abdominal withdrawal reflex (AWR) scores were observed in colorectal distention (CRD) experiment.(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the diagnostic value of the Inlet-to-outlet median nerve area ratio (IOR) in patients with clinically and electrophysiologically confirmed carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). METHODS Forty-six wrists in 46 consecutive patients with clinical and electrodiagnostic evidence of CTS and forty-four wrists in 44 healthy volunteers were examined(More)
OBJECTIVE Microwaves are used in one method of physical therapy and can increase muscle tissue temperature which is useful for improving muscle, tendon and bone injuries. In the study, we sought to determine whether titanium alloy internal fixations influence apoptosis in tissues subjected to microwave treatments at 2,450 MHz and 40 W during the healing of(More)
BACKGROUND Research studies on the influence of radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation on implants in vitro have failed to investigate temperature changes in the tissues adjacent to the implants under microwave therapy. We therefore, used a rabbit model in an effort to determine the impact of microwave therapy on temperature changes in tissues adjacent to(More)
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