Author(s): Gavrilenko VG, Fadeev SB, Bukharin OV, Kartashova OL, Kirgizova SB
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Abstract The focal microflora of pyo-inflammatory processes has been studied in dynamics in 200 patients with diabetes mellitus. It was found that a longer and more severe course was due to the changed specific composition of causative agents and to the increased specific diversity of the latter in the process of pyo-inflammatory progressing. It was established that the usage of the method of "close" wound management with the application of oxytocin inhibited the change of the causative agents in the course of the disease, led to a more rapid elimination of microorganisms from the pyo-inflammatory focus, to the less frequency of recurrent surgical interventions and shorter duration of courses of treatment in contrast to the results obtained with the other methods of treatment.
This article was published in Vestn Khir Im I I Grek
and referenced in Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuroimmunology