[The use of an ozonized sorbent in treating patients with progressive pulmonary tuberculosis combined with hepatitis].
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Jan 01, 1994
After analyzing comparative data on various treatments for progressive pulmonary tuberculosis combined with hepatitis, it is inferred that ozonized sorbent hemocarboperfusions are effective modality against the above condition. Ozone does not activate lipid peroxidation in blood, while it might activate electrochemical blood oxidation on the sorbent membrane and produce a direct therapeutic effect on hepatocytes.
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