S. B. Barakaev

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The influence of helium-neon laser radiation on bile physico-chemical characteristics in healthy subjects and in patients with the physico-chemical stage of gallstone disease was studied in vitro. This type of laser was found to induce positive therapeutic effects, such as: correction of hydrogen ion concentrations, surface tension and viscosity decrease(More)
The optimal schedule of the preventive and therapeutical effect of helium-neon laser on the acute toxic hepatitis induced in rats by CCl4 is established. The laser dose of 5-10 mVt/cm2 for 5-10 min prevents the toxic hepatitis while therapeutical use of 7 to 10 such schedules reduces the intensity of the protein and fat degeneration, parenchymal necrosis(More)
The effects of helium--neon lasers are being studied in two directions: the development of methods of laser fragmentation of gallstones by powerful lasers [4-7] and the therapeutic use of low-intensity laser radiation in inflammatory diseases of the biliary passages [1, 2]. For instance, Gausman and co-workers (1987) used the helium--neon laser (HNL) in the(More)
The course of gastric and duodenal ulcer was investigated in 120 ulcer patients exposed to low-intensity laser irradiation with 0.63 microns wave length. Compared to conventional treatment, laser therapy of ulcer has a number of advantages allowing its wide introduction in both hospital and outpatient settings. Benefits and drawbacks of endoscopic and(More)
The influence of helium-neon laser radiation on the physico-chemical bile characteristics in in vitro conditions and on the course of the development of the disease in patients with the physico-chemical stadium of the gallbladder stone was studied. It has been established that this form of laser in an optimally selected regimen, has a positive therapeutical(More)
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