alexa Abstract | Anti-Inflammatory Activity of the Sea Coastal Lake Salt in a Combination to Ultrasound
ISSN: 2090-4967

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It was shown that the soft medicinal form with complex of mineral salts in the combination with low frequency and therapeutic ultrasound has high anti-inflammatory activity at the model of carrageenan-induced inflammation. The low frequency and therapeutic ultrasound can be used as a physical skin permeation enhancer for transdermal administration of mineral salts. The use of ultrasound and complex of minerals salts returns morphological and biochemical parameters of experimental animals blood to normal levels after the inflammation.

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Author(s): Kravchenko IA, Lepіkh YI, Kobernik AA, Aleksandrova AI, Snegur PA and Zatovskaya NP


Inflammatory process, Ultrasound, Frequency, Intensity,Sea coastal lake salt, Biochemical parameters, Biosensors Application, Chemical Sensors, DNA Biosensors, Glucose Biosensors

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