Corpus ID: 9129703

Laser biostimulation in end-stage multivessel coronary artery disease--a preliminary observational study.

  title={Laser biostimulation in end-stage multivessel coronary artery disease--a preliminary observational study.},
  author={Paweł Życiński and M. Krzemińska-Pakuła and C. Peszyński-Drews and A. Kierus and E. Trzos and T. Rechciński and L. Figiel and M. Kurpesa and M. Plewka and L. Chrzanowski and J. Drozdz},
  journal={Kardiologia polska},
  volume={65 1},
          13-21; discussion 22-3
  • Paweł Życiński, M. Krzemińska-Pakuła, +8 authors J. Drozdz
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Kardiologia polska
  • BACKGROUND Low-energy laser radiation through its direct influence on tissue repair processes without heating effect may have vital importance in the therapy of patients with advanced coronary artery disease (CAD). AIM The introductory assessment of the effects of laser biostimulation applied to patients with advanced multivessel CAD. METHODS 39 patients with advanced CAD were assigned (mean age 64.8+/-9.6, male gender 64%, CCS class 2.5+/-0.5, EF=46+/-11%, 69% with a history of acute… CONTINUE READING
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