Heinz Spitzbart

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This randomised, double-blind, multicentric clinical study compared the efficacy and tolerability of the two vaginal antiseptics, 10 mg dequalinium chloride (CAS 522-51-0, Fluomycin N) and 200 mg povidone iodine (CAS 25655-41-8), in a parallel-group design. A total of 180 patients with vaginal infections of varying etiology participated in this study(More)
OBJECTIVE In this preliminary presentation the outcome of women following systemic treatment of cervical human papilloma virus (HPV) with a leukocyte ultrafiltrate is reported. METHODS Cervical brush specimens of 819 women with low-grade CIN-1 were evaluated for HPV infection. HPV-positive patients were treated either by cone biopsy because of suspicious(More)
Between 1981 and 1983 48 patients with an average age of 54 years have had an arterial embolization of internal iliac artery. In 7 patients this was done preoperatively within a clinical study, in 41 ones because of profuse vaginal bleedings. In 6 patients there was a vital indication. In all cases survival time was 152 days. In two cases a re-embolization(More)
Flame photometric determinations of sodium, potassium, and calcium, moreover magnesium concentrations according to a complexometric method in 197 healthy nonpregnant women aged 16-46 years were performed in serum and fluid of the vagina. The concentrations of K+, Ca++, and Mg++ in vaginal fluid showed marked increase of some 5, 6, respectively 4 times from(More)
Bismuth-containing Sabouraud's glucose agar was used as an indicator medium. Preliminary experience is reported in this paper. Blastomyces infection was properly identified in some 82 per cent of all cases checked, and falsely negative results cropped up in 18 per cent. The causes are discussed. The medium is considered by the authors are being suitable for(More)
The vaginal flora was investigated in women with trichomoniasis by means of a culture method. Trichomonas, yeast-like fungi and various types of bacteria were isolated. The applied microbiological technique allowed isolation not only of aerobic and cicrophilic bacteria but only of anaerobic bacteria. Anaerobic bacteria were nonspore-forming and were(More)