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Abstract Title:

[Autotransfusion of ultraviolet-irradiated blood in destructive pneumonia of young children].

Abstract Source:

Khirurgiia (Mosk). 1991 Aug(8):14-20. PMID: 1942861

Abstract Author(s):

V N Kalinkin, G D Mezentsev, E A Kashuba, L A Konovalova, L N Shatilovich

Article Affiliation:

V N Kalinkin

Abstract:

Analysis of the results of clinicoimmunological study of the use of autotransfusion of blood treated by ultraviolet irradiation (ABUVI) in infants with acute purulent destructive pneumonia (APDP) revealed that imbalance of cellular and humoral immunity factors was the main factor determining the severity of the disease. ABUVI is an effective measure for correcting the immune response of the child's organism to the bacterial aggression through adequate production of monocytic phagocytes and plasma cells of the blood. It also influences the completeness of humoral immunity and reduction of T-lymphocyte deficiency in the acute phase of the disease. ABUVI raises the efficacy of complex treatment of toxicoseptic forms of APDR, reduces 1.7-fold the terms of treatment, and reduces considerably the mortality rate of this disease in young children.

Study Type : Human Study
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Therapeutic Actions : Light Therapy : CK(496) : AC(83)
Additional Keywords : Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation

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