State of Nonspecific Host Defense in Patients with Pyoinflammatory Diseases of Soft Tissues and Its Correction by Photomodification

N. Zheliba, S. Khimich, R. Chornopyshchuk, I. Oshovskyy, P. Shevnya

Abstract


The results of research of performance factors of nonspecific defense of 116 patients with acute purulent inflammation of soft tissues were analyzed. The regularities of these parameters inhibition were detected depending on the severity of the inflammatory process. The use of the ultraviolet and laser radiation equally stimulates increase in the levels of factors of nonspecific host defense and promotes positive course of the disease.

Keywords


infected wound; nonspecific host defense; photomodification of blood

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21802/gmj.2016.3.14

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