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Title: Experimental justification of new way of pharmacological correction for contact frostbite using dslet opioid peptide and serotonin adipinate to enhance surgycal treatmen
Authors: Chigunadze, A. L.
Artyushkova, E. B.
Mishustin, V. N.
Goryainova, G. N.
Artyushkova, E. V.
Keywords: medicine
pharmacology
contact frostbite
opioid peptide DSLET
Serotonin adipinate
active surgical tactics
experiment
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Experimental justification of new way of pharmacological correction for contact frostbite using dslet opioid peptide and serotonin adipinate to enhance surgycal treatmen / A. L. Chigunadze, E. B. Artyushkova, V. N. Mishustin [et al.] // Research Result: Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology. - 2016. - Vol.2, №2(3).-P. 3-19. - DOI : 10.18413/2313-8971-2016-2-2-3-19. - Refer.: p. 17-19.
Abstract: In the course of the study when assessing the microcirculatory changes caused by the simulation of frostbite, the most pronounced effect of the combined treatment of Serotonin adipinate 4.5 mg/kg and opioid peptide DSLET 10 μg/kg compared with monotherapy with the studied drugs was estimated. The most effective correction of indices of oxidantantioxidant protection observed with the combination of necrectomy with a combination of Serotonin adipinate and opioid peptide DSLET, which was confirmed by approximating the indicators of malondialdehyde, superoxide dismutase, finite stable metabolites of nitrogen oxide, total antioxidant activity and catalase to the values of intact animals on the 14th day of the experiment and reducing the level of proinflammatory cytokines (interleukin-6, tumor necrosis factor-alpha) in 2 times (p < 0.05) compared to the Control group
URI: http://dspace.bsu.edu.ru/handle/123456789/17472
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