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We studied the cardioprotective properties of mexidol and 3-hydroxypyridine fumarate in rat model of chronic myocardial injury. We found that 3-hydroxypyridine fumarate (25 mg/kg) produced more pronounced antioxidant and cardioprotective effects than mexidol (25 mg/kg).
Experiments on 50 rabbits examined the hemostatic effects of negative oxygen aeroions (AI). In control experiments, keeping the animals under hypodynamia led to 40% animal death, significant aortic atherosclerosis and myocardial infarction. The animals developed the thrombohemorrhagic syndrome with hypercoagulemia and drastically suppressed blood… (More)
It was shown in rabbit experiments that the use of ximedon in long-term immobilization stress limits activation of lipid peroxidation, stimulates the main enzymes of the antioxidant systems, causes of hypolipidemic, preventive endotheliotropic, and cardiotropic effect.
The rabbit experiment has studied the impact of ultraviolet (UV) blood irradiation on the course of adaptative processes under restrictive stress. Thirty-day hypodynamia was demonstrated to result in chronic stress whose pathogenetic links are activated neutrophilic leukocytes, developed disseminated intravascular coagulation, atherogenic metabolic changes.… (More)
Mexidol therapy inhibited cyclophosphamide-induced myelosuppression in C57B1/6 line mice with Lewis lung carcinoma without affecting antitumor action of the latter. Mexidol plus cyclophosphamide proved more effective in prophylaxis of metastasis as compared with the cytostatic alone.
We studied the interaction of mexidol and 3-hydroxypyridine acetylcysteinate on the model of experimental ischemic stroke in rats. The preparations were effective in a dose 50 mg/kg (10-day treatment): they reduced the incidence of neurological disturbances (pareses, sensitivity disturbances) and improved antioxidant defense of the plasma.
The authors have studied mexicor's efficacy in a comprehensive treatment of 25 patients suffering from atherosclerosis obliterans of the lower extremities with grade II-III ischaemia. The state of the vascular bed and the degree of arteries' narrowing were assessed by means of colour duplex scanning of the lower limb arteries using the unit Vivid 7… (More)
Increased level of the products of lipid peroxidation (LPO) is considered a factor leading to the risk of atherosclerosis development [1-3] . At the same time, experimental investigations confirm the ability of antioxidants to produce positive effects with respect to appearance and development of the atherosclerosis process [ 4 5]. As is known, a… (More)