Dr. Redox Therapy in the complex tobacco dependence treatment of patients with mild arterial hypertension.
S.L.Bougrov, O.N.Goutkina, L.A.Velitchko, U.Y.Rouzhentsova
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Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy,
Nizhny Novgorod Region N.A. Semashko Clinic
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
On of the most common and aggressive factors of cardiovascular diseases, as commonly accepted, is smoking of tobacco. The recent data let us see that smoking can be a reason of adverse arterial hypertension, it reduces the efficiency of the carried out treatment and drives to faster development of cardiovascular complications.
The goal of the carried out research is the efficiency evaluation of neddlesreflexotherapy in combination with the application of the Dr. Redox biostimulators by tobacco dependence treatment of patients with mild arterial hypertension.
100 people took part in this research. They were divided into two groups. The first group – patients, who underwent complex needlesreflexotherapy treatment in combination with the Dr. Redox biostimulators as useful habit (51 people)/ the second control group – patients, who underwent needlesreflexotherapy without Dr. Redox biostimulators (49 people).
Before and 3 months later, after the treatment course the vegetative tonus of patients was tested by cardiointervalography with the math processing of amplitudefrequency characteristic of pulse according to R.M.Baevsky technique. The dynamic follow up was carried out in both patients groups within a year.
The received data show that in the first group the vegetative tonus became normal sooner than in the control group, primarily inclined towards sympaticotony; arterial blood pressure became normal. In the first groups of patients the treatment efficiency was higher (the amount of patients who do not smoke a year long – 72%) than in the control – 55%.
Thus the application of Dr. redox in combination with the neddlesreflexotherapy increases the efficiency of tobacco dependence, significantly facilitates the process of smoking resignation, anchors the smoking resignation.
The Bulletin of the European Postgraduate Centre of Acupuncture and Homoeopathy
Number 4, October, 2000