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Therapeutic effects Oleozon in Piodermitis dog, considering somme microbiological processes and mycological.

  title={Therapeutic effects Oleozon in Piodermitis dog, considering somme microbiological processes and mycological.},
  author={Alejandro Camps and A. T{\'e}llez Pardo and E. Valero},
La investigación se realizó en el Consejo Popular Pedro Pompa perteneciente al municipio de Bayamo. Fueron analizados 70 canes mestizos, de ellos, 20 resultaron positivos a la Piodermitis Canina. Se tuvo en cuenta la edad, características de la lesión y factores predisponentes. Se formaron cuatro grupos de cinco animales cada uno (A), (B), (C), (D). A cada mascota se le realizó el examen clínico por sistemas incluyendo la tríada (frecuencia respiratoria, frecuencia del pulso y temperatura… 


Efectos terapéuticos del Oleozón en la Piodermitis Canina, considerando algunos procedimientos microbiológicos y micológicos
The investigation was carried out in the Popular Council Pedro Pompa belonging to the municipality of Bayamo, where seventhly mestizo dogs were analyzed, of them, seven were found guilty of animal cruelty.
Perfil hormonal de niños con discapacidad auditiva tratados con ozonoterapia
Ozone, at appropriate doses, could act as a hormonal modulator, producing an auditory improvement, demonstrating that hiperthyroxinemia cases disappeared and insulin values that were lower at the beginning become normal at the end of the treatment.
Ozone treatment reduces markers of oxidative and endothelial damage in an experimental diabetes model in rats.
The results show that repeated administration of ozone in non-toxic doses might play a role in the control of diabetes and its complications and promote an oxidative preconditioning or adaptation to oxidative stress, preventing the damage induced by reactive oxygen species (ROS).
Interactions between vitamin E, free radicals, and immunity during the aging process.
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  • Medicine
    Advances in experimental medicine and biology
  • 1994
Experimental, clinical, and epidemiological studies have been largely consistent in demonstrating a reduced risk of atherosclerosis, cancer, and other chronic diseases in groups with the highest status of antioxidant vitamins C, E, and/or s-carotene.
Protein Oxidation in Aging, Disease, and Oxidative Stress*